House impeachment manager Adam Schiff (D-CA) turned on his own impeachment efforts on Wednesday, saying that the Senate needed more information and witnesses because they could not “rely on what was investigated in the House.”
As Schiff seemed to suggest that the House had failed to make its case on impeachment, fellow House manager Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said the impeachment case had been “proven beyond any doubt at all.”
The trial is in the midst of a question-and-answer period, with more than 90 questions being asked of both sides. If Democrats can’t get at least four GOP votes to call more witnesses, a vote to acquit could happen as soon as Friday.
The fact that Democrats have been reduced to contradicting each other to make their arguments is not at all suprising, given the weak impeachment case they sent to the Senate.
It’s well past time to put this partisan impeachment to rest.
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