Public hearings began in the House of Representatives on Wednesday morning, headed up by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the chairman.
The Dems had their props ready in the background as the hearings began.
The press, of course, was everywhere — and many members of the media had that lean and hungry look as the proceedings began.
Schiff, in his opening remarks, used Democrat talking points to allege the president asked for a quid pro quo in the Ukraine.
His timeline tried to change Democrat propaganda into fact.
He also covered for the Bidens with a forward defense of the Biden work with Burisma.
It’s interesting how the Dems, after decades of cozying up to communist Russia, are now anti-Russian.
Schiff is making up his own timeline — and using Dem allegations as fact.
GOP ranking member Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) (shown above) countered by calling the inquiry “a low-rent Ukrainian sequel” to the Russian hoax.
Nunes blasted the Democrats’ partisan witch hunt as “doing great damage to our country.”
He detailed how the entire process has been a one-sided “sham,” allowing the Dems to use the system to engage in an unethical probe into non-existent crimes.
Follow us as we cover the key news out of today’s hearings.
And check out these tweets:
REP. NUNES: ? ??
"By undermining the President, who they are supposed to be serving, the FBI, DOJ & State Department has lost the confidence of millions of Americans.
This spectacle is doing great damage to our country.
This is an impeachment process in search of a crime!" pic.twitter.com/jgAjkmp6tw
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 13, 2019
— CNN (@CNN) November 13, 2019
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