In four consecutive days, what a lineup of events to illustrate the upheaval America is going through. We had the I.G. report delivered on December 9; we watched Attorney General Barr step up on December 10 with two shattering interviews with the basic message that the I.G. report is the bare minimum in terms of describing the official wrongdoing that’s already fully understood by Barr and is going to be exposed by John Durham; and we watched on December 11 I.G. Michael Horowitz’s extraordinarily damaging-to-the-FBI-and-DOJ testimony at the Senate Judiciary Committee.
For the past several weeks, the personal attorney to President Trump has been in Ukraine, interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence to shed light on what the Bidens were up to during the Obama years, and get to the bottom of claims that Kiev interfered in the 2016 US election in favor of Hillary Clinton.
Democrat lawmakers voted for impeachment of President Trump on Friday morning in the House Judiciary Committee.
23 Democrats for impeachment
17 Republicans against impeachment
The House Judiciary Committee began to markup impeachment articles and held another hearing yesterday, December 12, 2019.
During Thursday’s House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing, Congressman Matt Gaetz obliterated the Democrats’ case on alleged abuse of power by President Trump.
Gaetz explained how Hunter Biden’s well-documented personal problems makes it hard to believe Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings would pay him $86,000 per month.
That’s “five times more than a board member for Exxon Mobil,” the congressman pointed out.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will move to acquit President Trump if the House of Representatives impeaches him, not just dismiss the charges with a motion.
According to two Republican Senators, the GOP want to have a vote on acquittal to clear President Trump of charges brought against him by the House Democrats — not just a motion to dismiss the case.
U.S. Attorney General, Bill Barr has indicted eight individuals for illegally funneling foreign money to Adam Schiff, the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign and many Democratic senators. One of the individuals indicted is Democrat operative and top donor, chief witness for special council, Robert Mueller, George Nader.