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Flashback: Nadler Admits Impeachment Is All About ‘Undoing a National Election’

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler is a driving force behind the Democrat push to impeach President Trump, but his views were vastly different in 1998.

In fact, as video demonstrates, Nadler’s efforts to defend former President Bill Clinton against impeachment over tangible violations of the public trust – perjury and obstruction of justice – inadvertently pull back the curtain on what today’s inquiry is all about.

The New York Democrat argues that impeachment is essentially an “undoing of a national election” designed to tell American voters that their choice for President “must be set aside.”

“They knew quite properly that an impeachment of a president is an undoing of a national election,” a younger, more rotund Nadler argues.

“And one of the reasons we all feel so angry about what they are doing is that they are ripping from us, they are ripping our votes,” he added. “They are telling us that our votes don’t count and that the election must be set aside.”

Huh … That’s exactly what Democrats are now telling you. The people they look down on as ‘deplorables’ – their vote doesn’t count. And they’ve been trying to send that message for three years on.

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By contrast, Nadler argues today that impeachment is about ‘vindicating the Constitution’ and preventing President Trump from becoming “more and more of a tyrant.”

The difference here is that Trump has not, despite the Democrats best effort to concoct hoax after hoax, ever been charged with perjury or obstruction as Clinton had been.

The resistance party isn’t vindicating the Constitution, they’re absolutely trashing it. The Democrat party are the tyrants now, trying to undo the will of the American people as a means to exact revenge for their muse, Hillary Clinton.

The Nadler video demonstrates yet another layer of hypocrisy for the Democrat party, who is banking on the fact that Americans are too ignorant to investigate the past.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, also in 1998 and also arguing in defense of Clinton, can be seen claiming that her Republican colleagues are pushing impeachment because they “are paralyzed with hatred of President Clinton.”

When all was said and done, Democrats cheered Clinton on the very day he was impeached for lying about an extramarital affair with an intern in the Oval Office.

 

“When he [Clinton] finished he walked slowly up the Democratic side of the aisle, Democrats applauding him and hugging him as he moved along,” the New York Times reported. “The Republicans remained fixed in their seats.”

These old clips have been a boon for proving the Democrat party’s hypocrisy. If you hear them saying something one day, it’s a safe bet there is video evidence of them saying the exact opposite in the past.

Read more at the Political Insider

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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