The idea of Democrats taking any kind of moral high ground on the impeachment process is pretty laughable, and sure enough, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul couldn’t help but chuckle about Rep. Jerry Nadler suggesting Republicans are engaging in a cover-up.
Democrats have spent months wheeling out witnesses that were, to put it bluntly, not at all friendly towards Trump while having no hard facts to offer about any wrongdoing Trump had done. If Rep. Adam Schiff didn’t approve of this insanely partisan “witnesses,” then they didn’t make it into the committee hearing.
Now, Nadler is telling Republicans in the Senate that if they don’t allow every relevant witness to testify, then Republicans are engaging in a cover-up.
“If the Senate doesn’t permit the introduction of all relevant witnesses and of all documents that the House wants to introduce, because the House is the prosecutor here, then the Senate is — is engaging in an unconstitutional and disgusting cover-up,” said Nadler.
Paul fired back with a chuckle while on “Your World with Neil Cavuto” where he made it clear that Nadler should be careful what he wishes for because he just might get it. This means that all relevant witnesses include Joe and Hunter Biden, will be called, and Democrats don’t want that.
You know, I’m either all or none. But I lean more towards none.
Now, I have heard — we have heard the arguments. The arguments were so bad in the House that not one Republican voted for impeachment. I think the arguments aren’t going to change when they bring it over here.
We have heard all the information. They basically are upset that President Trump delayed delivering some foreign aid. Well, I’m of the opinion that foreign aid is unconstitutional, and that it’s unwise to send money to countries when you have to borrow the money from China to send it to Ukraine or any other country.
So, you know, I — I don’t know how they’re going to prove a point to someone like me, who doesn’t believe that foreign aid is constitutional.
So, you know, I think it, at this point, we have heard enough. We’re going to hear the arguments again. But I don’t think one of these Democrats who say they want witnesses will vote to allow Hunter or Joe Biden to come.
And if the president was withholding it because he thought there was corruption involving Hunter Biden and Joe Biden, wouldn’t we want to hear from them, or at least hear about that corruption?
It’s likely that Democrats will fight very hard to keep witnesses from appearing before the Senate committee, and if that’s the case, then Nadler and the Democrats will once again be engaging in a cover-up of their own.