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FULL OF SCHIFF: He Just Backtracked On Impeachment Vote


Democrats are still ramming ahead with their plans to impeach President Donald Trump over his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Despite no evidence that the president broke the law or committed an impeachable offense, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is still determined to impeach Trump in the Democratic-controlled House.


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But Schiff just stunned just about everyone when he admitted he didn't know if he would vote to impeach Trump.

While speaking with CNN's Jake Tapper, Schiff refused to say whether he definitively backs impeaching Trump — despite, in Schiff’s words, “uncontested” evidence of wrongdoing.

“I want to discuss this with my constituents and colleagues before I make a final judgment on this,” Schiff said.

Tapper pressed Schiff on why he keeps claiming there's “uncontested” evidence the president broke the law, yet he doesn't know if he will vote to impeach Trump.

“I certainly think that the evidence that has been produced overwhelmingly shows serious misconduct from the president,” Schiff said. “I certainly want to hear more from my constituents and more from my colleagues.”

Just consider how bizarre this is.

Schiff has been claiming for months that there's concrete evidence Trump broke the law and committed impeachable offenses.

Yet, the man leading the latest Democratic witch hunt isn't even sure if he will vote in favor of impeaching the president?

What is he waiting for? Where's all the "bombshell" evidence proving wrongdoing?

Here's the truth: the Democrats circus act has lost steam, voters are against impeaching Trump, and after months of hearings, there's absolutely no evidence that the president did anything wrong.

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Perhaps Schiff is weary on impeachment because he has done a spectacular job of proving Trump is innocent.

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