House Republican Asks Nadler For 8 Impeachment Witnesses; Here’s How Many He Approved
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Democrats claim to be leading a fair and impartial impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, but everyone knows that is not true.
And that was more than obvious again this week.
Republicans asked House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler to approve 8 of their witnesses for the impeachment hearings -- and Nadler rejected all of them.
Nadler claimed they fall “outside the parameters of the impeachment inquiry.”
Committee Ranking member Doug Collins and his Republican colleagues formally submitted a request on Dec. 6 asking Nadler to approve 8 witnesses, which included the whistleblower who filed a complaint against Trump, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden, and Fusion GPS contractor Nellie Ohr, who helped compile the infamous Steele dossier at the center of the Russia probe.
“The Committee has previously tabled motions with regards to these matters … and I see no reason to reconsider these requests,” Nadler wrote in a letter rejecting the requests, adding that there is “no need” to hear from Schiff and the whistleblower.
One important thing we also know is that the so-called whistleblower who kicked off the entire impeachment witch hunt is nothing more than a left-wing, anti-Trump hack.
Public reporting also indicates that the whistleblower is Eric Ciaramella, who is: (1) a registered Democrat; (2) worked for Obama and Joe Biden when they were in the White House; (3) is a vocal critic of Trump; (4) helped initiate the Russia “collusion” hoax; and (5) was fired from the National Security Council in 2017 for leaks, and returned to the CIA.
The whistleblower was not even on Trump's Ukraine phone call, but claims he relayed concerns from White House officials who were.
With all of this considered, Democrats are also leading the most partisan and one-sided impeachment witch hunt in modern American history.