Rep. Adam Schiff: "The president's misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box. For we cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly won." pic.twitter.com/l1zTGodANZ
— The Hill (@thehill) January 22, 2020
The absolutely unglued Adam Schiff said “the president’s misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box. For we cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly won” (Twitter).
In Schiff dramatic fashion, he also said witnesses risked everything and “I know what you are asked to decide may risk yours, too. But if they can show the courage, so can we” (ABC News). From Ted Cruz: “Adam Schiff’s arguments to open the day today directly drew into question Hunter Biden and made not only his testimony relevant which it already was but it is now critical” (Daily Caller). From Rich Lowry: it’s time to conclude that this is a failed model of impeachment. It constitutes a censure with bells and whistle, yet depends on a process that diverts the time and energy of the nation’s political institutions as if the survival of a presidency is at stake, even when everyone knows it really isn’t (Politico). The Wall Street Journal explains this major problem with the Democrats’ argument: The House managers don’t assert that any specific action by President Trump was an abuse of power or a violation of law. They don’t deny he can delay aid to a foreign country or ask a foreign leader to investigate corruption. Presidents do that all the time. Instead they assert in their first impeachment article that Mr. Trump is guilty of “abuse of power” because he committed those acts for “corrupt purposes” (WSJ).
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