At the beginning of the Democratic led impeachment inquiry, Republican Rep. Andy Biggs, joined by Ranking member Doug Collins asked Chairman Nadler questions on the scheduling and the process that would define the impeachment hearings taking place in the House Judiciary Committee.
George Washington University Professor Jonathan Turley began his testimony Wednesday by admitting that he voted against President Donald Trump — then immediately laid out the case against impeachment in this particular instance.
Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee and an outspoken critic against the sham investigation ran by Rep. Adam Schiff, sent a letter to the Chairman of Judiciary Committee Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) demanding that he expand the panel beyond the four constitutional law scholars from whom the committee plans to hear from, come December 4th.
Nadler cried out today, a day after he got slammed for his “vague, overboard” fishing expedition to take down Trump. Speaking to Brian Lehrer of WNYC, Nadler said he “Personally” thinks “the president ought to be impeached.”
A well respected attorney appeared on Fox News to blast Top House Democrats obsessed with impeachment push. In a heated interview with Host Jesse Watters, he said that Democrats “need therapy” for their “mental illness.” Both Congressman Al Green and Dem. Rep. Jerry Nadler are long overdue for this treatment. Nadler previously came under fire, claiming he had open a formal impeachment proceeding. His decision was seen as being deceitful to lots of americans. FormerContinue reading
In a letter to Robert Mueller, Rep. Jerry Nadler and Rep. Adam Schiff wrote that they understood Mueller had reservations about appearing on Capitol Hill, but they insists he do so, anyway. Although this is considered against all odds to provide any additional information except definite waste of more money and time, the Trump-Hating Dem’s
REUTERS – Congressional Democrats and President Donald Trump’s administration struck a rare compromise on Monday as the Justice Department agreed to provide evidence from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia inquiry to lawmakers weighing whether to begin impeachment proceedings against the president. As a result of this decision House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, on Monday said he would hold off on contempt charges for Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn.Continue reading
Calls for Dem. Rep. Jerry Nadler to resign intensifies amidst refusal to drop contempt vote against Attorney General Barr.
During the farewell ceremony of now Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rossenstein, Attorney General Barr took the platform to mock the ‘contempt vote’ recently led by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler. At the course of his speech, “You like records,” Barr said, referring to Rosenstein. “This must be a record of attorney general being proposed for contempt within a hundred days of taking office.” the crowd cheered. WATCH: At farewell ceremony for Deputy AGContinue reading
After Bill Barr’s trying day with corrupt democratic dimwit in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, A.G Barr informed the House Judiciary Committee that he would not appear for his scheduled hearing on Thursday. A decision the House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler didn’t take well. The House Judiciary Committee hearing kicked off Thursday, without its key witness ‘Attorney General Barr’, as a result of previous disagreements over who would or would not beContinue reading