Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi defended Adam Schiff’s ongoing impeachment inquiry Thursday; saying “Republicans are in denial about the facts.”
“The Republicans are in denial about the facts. If the Republicans do not want to honor their oath of office, then I don’t think that we should be characterized as ‘Partisan’ in any way because we’re patriotic,” said Pelosi during her weekly press conference.
Speaker Pelosi: "The Republicans are in denial about the facts." pic.twitter.com/aQzIPwMIMh
— The Hill (@thehill) November 21, 2019
GOP Rep. Devin Nunes unloaded on the Democrats’ latest Ukraine-Impeachment fantasy Thursday; saying the party “got caught” lying to the American public for the last three years.
“For the last three years, it’s not President Trump who got caught, it’s the Democrats who got caught. They got caught falsely claiming they had evidence that Trump colluded with Russians to hack the 2016 election,” said Nunes.
“They got caught orchestrating this entire farce with the whistleblower and lying about their secret meetings with him. They got caught defending the false allegations of the Steele Dossier which was paid for by them,” he added.
“They got caught breaking their promise that impeachment would only go forward with bipartisan support because of how damaging it is to the American people. They got caught running a sham impeachment process,” Nunes concluded.
Watch Nunes’ explosive comments above.
HANNITY: Release Every Transcript of Joe Biden’s Phone Calls with Ukraine
Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Thursday night, Sean weighed-in on the escalating crisis enveloping Joe Biden’s presidential campaign; demanding the release of transcripts between the former Vice President and Ukrainian officials.
“A former top prosecutor from the Ukraine has now implicated Joe Biden in a very serious crime… The cowardly Adam Schiff has been caught in yet another disgusting lie. I would like the release of every Biden-Ukraine phone call transcript,” said Hannity.
“I would like every Obama-Iran transcript. I would like every Obama-Putin transcript. It’s all a fishing expedition,” he added.
Rep. Devin Nunes slammed House Intel Chair Adam Schiff on social media this week; saying the lawmaker intentionally withheld information from his committee regarding President Trump’s phone call with the leader of Ukraine.
“We learn from the press today that Chm Schiff had prior knowledge and involvement in the WB complaint. He withheld this info from the American people and even from the Intel Cmte. In light of this news, it’s hard to view impeachment as anything aside from an orchestrated farce,” posted Nunes.
My statement on the latest fiasco https://t.co/B2lNf6Bb60
— Devin Nunes (@DevinNunes) October 2, 2019
A spokesperson for Congressman Adam Schiff confirmed Wednesday that the whistleblower alleging misconduct by President Trump had contacted the legislator before officially filing his complaint.
“A spokesman for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., acknowledged Wednesday that the whistleblower alleging misconduct in the White House had reached out to Schiff’s panel before filing a complaint — prompting President Trump, in an extraordinary afternoon press conference at the White House, to directly accuse Schiff of helping write the document,” reports Fox News.
NUNES NUKES SCHIFF: ‘Hide the Kids, I Yield to Mr. Schiff for Story Time Hour’
GOP Congressman Devin Nunes slammed House Intel Chair Adam Schiff during Thursday’s impeachment inquiry; warning America’s parents to “Hide the Kids, I Yield to Mr. Schiff for story time hour.”
“This is not an impeachment inquiry, it’s an impeachment inquisition… For those of you at home, it’s time to change the channel. Turn down the volume. Hide the kids. Put them to bed. I yield to Mr. Schiff, for story time hour,” said Nunes.
“I thank the gentleman for his remarks,” Schiff responded.
Nunes continued to throw more cold-water on the Democrats’ latest impeachment hearing last Friday; saying the former Ambassador to Ukraine’s testimony “seems more appropriate for the Subcommittee on Human Resources.”
“This seems more appropriate for the Subcommittee on Human Resources at the Foreign Affairs Committee if there’s issues with employment, disagreements with the Administration,” said Nunes.
“This seems more appropriate for the Subcommittee on Human Resources at the Foreign Affairs Committee if there's issues with employment, disagreements with the Administration.” –@DevinNunes pic.twitter.com/h2yxXWby2j
— GOP (@GOP) November 15, 2019
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