If anyone was seriously expecting that moving these hearings to the Judiciary Committee would be any more fair or balanced than the Schiff Show Circus, they were sadly mistaken.
It follows the same pattern, up to, and including the very convenient Media recess that falls in right after the Nadler gets to ask his questions of the panel of ‘witnesses’ and BEFORE they get a chance to cross-examine.
If the networks play the same trick they did in previous airings, this is the point at which they will cut away from the hearings. They’ve heard all the sound bites the WANT to get, and they cut their views off from any awkward questions or answers that might unspool their narrative.
Right from the beginning, we see a presumption of Trump’s guilt on full display by Nadler and three of the four ‘experts’ they called in to testify about Impeachment. They are not witnesses proper. And three of these four experts are explicitly pronouncing Trump’s guilt.
Points of order raised by Republicans were summarily kicked to the curb when they called for witnesses that might exonerate the President, or show abuses of process on the part of Shifty.
Shifty — a fact witness who *somehow* managed to acquire and include phone records of Trump’s personal lawyer, a journalist, and one of his own colleagues on the Intelligence Committee — will NOT be called to appear for cross-examination. Nor will the whistleblower who is known to have coordinated with one or more of Schiff’s staffers contrary to the provisions of whistleblower statutes.
Here is Doug Collin’s counter to the same tired rhetoric we’ve been hearing all along from the Democrats at these hearings. Everything comes down to the Clock and the Calendar, and it all began with ‘Tears in Brooklyn’.
The allegations against @realDonaldTrump consist of hearsay, feelings, conjecture, and presumption.
The objective evidence points the other way and supports the president. pic.twitter.com/VZiqR4JZq4
— Rep. Doug Collins (@RepDougCollins) December 4, 2019
The one interesting moment was when one of the witnesses contradicted the narrative of the other three:
Constitutional Law Professor Jonathan Turley just debunked the Democrats’ entire impeachment narrative,
“This would be the first impeachment in history with no established crime…”pic.twitter.com/JBTSrgDt2U
— Tea Party Patriots (@TPPatriots) December 4, 2019
He reminded those in attendance of the reason we don’t tear down the law by citing Thomas Moore’s lines in this famous passage from ‘A Man For All Seasons’.
Stop the Madness
Prof. Jonathan Turley just made a passionate plea for stopping this impeachment madness. He even referenced this sequence from "A Man for All Seasons" — undoubtedly, the most sublime movie sequence ever filmed, in my humble opinion.https://t.co/SIPV7bIcUF
— Bansi Sharma (@bansisharma) December 4, 2019
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