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Here Are The Five RINO’s Voting To Prolong The Sham Impeachment

Sources reveal that there are five Republicans who have voted to bring in witnesses. This move could potentially extend the sham trial for weeks sources say.


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A kangaroo court?

Yes, that is exactly what this is. This case was done yesterday, but democrats will stop at nothing to waste time, and try to distract from the 25,000 illegals they are trying to sneak into the U.S.

We have traitors in our midst though……

Below are the five RINO’s who voted with Democrats to allow witnesses to be brought into the case: 

Susan Collins
Lisa Murkowski
Mitt Romney
Ben Sasse
Lindsey Graham

This move could potentially extend the trial out for weeks…..

Take a look:  

Fox News reported: 

The tectonic plates on Capitol Hill just shifted significantly. With the Senate vote for witnesses, this could potentially extend the trial for weeks. Both sides will need to depose witnesses, summoned on both sides as well as open the gates to “discovery.”

Republicans really played into the hands of Democrats. A 50/50 vote, along party lines, by rule, would have lost. But Republicans used the math against Democrats today, joining them to make sure they stretch out the trial.

This is not want Democrats wanted at all. They wanted to put the the trial to bed and get on with passing a coronavirus bill in the coming weeks. This could disrupt all of that.

A Senate trial is supposed be a political forum. That’s what the Founders intended. A Senate impeachment trial is not like a traditional courtroom. But by shifting it to issuing subpoenas for witnesses, this tilts the field more to the traditional legal realm

NTD News had more: 

Five Republicans—including Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Mitt Romney (R-Utah), Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)—joined Democrats to vote for calling at least one witness.

Graham initially voted against subpoenaing witnesses, but later changed his vote to an “aye.” He said earlier that Trump’s counsel will call many witnesses if the House impeachment managers decide to call witnesses.



 

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