Senator Elizabeth Warren ripped Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s handling of the Democrats’ never-ending impeachment fantasy on social media Tuesday; accusing the top lawmaker of “orchestrating a cover-up.”
“Mitch McConnell knows the facts are damning for Donald Trump. To protect him, he’s pushing through a sham trial with no witnesses and no White House documents. He’s orchestrating a cover up, and trampling over the Constitution as he does it,” posted Warren on Twitter.
Mitch McConnell knows the facts are damning for Donald Trump. To protect him, he’s pushing through a sham trial with no witnesses and no White House documents. He’s orchestrating a cover up, and trampling over the Constitution as he does it.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) January 21, 2020
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer weighed-in on his party’s never-ending impeachment charade Monday; saying GOP leadership is engaged in a “cover-up” to conceal “the truth” from the American people.
“Leader McConnell will never be for witnesses and documents. He’s taking his cues from the White House, and the White House wants a cover-up, they want no truth. If four Republicans join us, we’ll get the witnesses and documents,” said Sen. Schumer.
COLLINS: ‘This is Not Impeachment, This is a Railroad Job and Today is a Waste of Time’
Republican Congressman Doug Collins unloaded on Rep. Jerrold Nadler’s impeachment inquiry Wednesday morning; labeling the process a “railroad job” and a total “waste of time” for all-involved.
“We may be all scrubbed up and looking pretty for impeachment but this is not an impeachment. This is just a simple railroad job and today’s is a waste of time,” Collins told the Committee.
The House Judiciary Committee began the next phase of the Democrats’ impeachment probe Wednesday morning; hours after Intel Chair Adam Schiff published the findings of his party’s efforts to remove President Trump from the White House.
Wednesday’s hearings will feature a handful of legal scholars and professors from Harvard Law School, Stanford, the University of North Carolina, and George Washington University.
GOP Rep. Doug Collins criticizes the impeachment process, saying the Founding Fathers were also "really, really concerned about political impeachment because you just don't like the guy." https://t.co/bQwiCuvmrY pic.twitter.com/ETgVPrdL3F
— ABC News (@ABC) December 4, 2019
“The Founders were concerned about political impeachment because you just don’t like the guy… The Chairman has talked about impeachment since last year before he’s even sworn in as Chairman. Don’t tell me that this is about new things, this is nothing new,” said Rep. Doug Collins.
“This impeachment is not about facts… We’ve already gone through this after Mueller, Emoluments, the list goes on,” he added.
Watch Rep. Doug Collins’ comments above.
COLLINS UNLEASHED: Rep. Doug Collins SLAMS Nadler, Asks ‘Where’s the BILL?’
Rep. Doug Collins slammed House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler during congressional hearings this week; demanding the top Democrat introduce a bill on foreign election interference or move on.
“The only real thing we all agree on from the Mueller report was foreign influence from Russia, but yet — where’s the bill? Where’s the bill? Where’s Waldo? Where’s the bill?” demanded Collins.
“We don’t do anything about it. We like to talk about it because we think it makes the President look bad. That’s the implication we’ve been giving for two years,” he added.
Rep. Doug Collins: "The only real thing we all agree on from the Mueller report was foreign influence from Russia, but yet — where's the bill? Where's the bill? Where's Waldo? Where's the bill?" pic.twitter.com/1ryCutWjyk
— The Hill (@thehill) September 17, 2019
Former Trump campaign associate Corey Lewandowski slammed Jerrold Nadler’s Judiciary Committee Tuesday; saying the Russia-Collusion narrative is the “greatest crime committed against the American people” in a generation.
“I think this fake Russia-Collusion narrative is the greatest crime committed against the American people in our generation, if not ever… Members of certain bodies refuse to accept election results,” said Lewandowski.
“If this had been done by a different President to a different party the same way it was done to Donald Trump, those people would already be thrown out of office and people would be in jail. But when you support Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, there’s a different set of rules,” he added.
.@CLewandowski_ tells the House Judiciary Committee "the fake Russian collusion narrative is the greatest crime committed against our people in a generation, if not ever."
"If this were done by a different president to a different party … people would be in jail." pic.twitter.com/vxw104LvfO
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 17, 2019
President Trump praised Lewandowski’s comments on social media, writing “Such a beautiful Opening Statement by Corey Lewandowski! Thank you Corey!”
Such a beautiful Opening Statement by Corey Lewandowski! Thank you Corey! @CLewandowski_
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 17, 2019