Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, and Jerry Nadler set the benchmark for impeachment. It must be bipartisan.
Pelosi: “Impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there’s something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, I don’t think we should go down that path, because it divides the country.”
Schiff: “If the evidence isn’t sufficient to win bipartisan support for this, putting the country through a failed impeachment isn’t a good idea.”
Nadler: “Impeachment should not be partisan.”
Yet after last week’s partisan committee vote, it is now crystal clear, that for Democrats, impeachment isn’t about the facts, it’s solely about politics.
Democrats have wasted years obsessing over impeachment.
For them, it’s always been about politics. pic.twitter.com/T4mPt0TFg9
— GOP (@GOP) October 31, 2019
REMINDER: The Democrats’ partisan impeachment of President Trump flies in the face of what Democrats said when Bill Clinton was impeached when Nadler said a “partisan impeachment” would “tear the country apart.”
Here Democrats go doing just that in 2019.
And Jerry Nadler’s handling of the impeachment proceedings has made a mockery of impeachment from Democrat Rep. Cedric Richmond watching golf during the proceedings to Rep. Ted Deutch and Rep. Karen Bass voting without even knowing what was going on.
Via the Republican National Committee