The previous blog cited Michael Goodwin’s superb commentary on the impeachment farce.
Here is another superb commentary on the subject – this one by Victor Davis Hanson, and also in today’s New York Post (NOTE: there are more as well: the Post has devoted today’s issue to debunking the impeachment fraud).
Titled “10 reasons why this impeachment ‘inquiry’ is really a coup”, it makes direct hits on every area of this fraud.
I’ll show you just two – which, I would think, will impel you to use the above link and read all the rest:
2) False whistleblowers. The “whistleblower” is no whistleblower by any common definition of the noun. He has no incriminating documents, no information at all. He doesn’t even have firsthand evidence of wrongdoing.
Instead, the whistleblower relied on secondhand water-cooler gossip about a leaked presidential call. Even his mangled version of the call didn’t match that of official transcribers.
He wasn’t disinterested but had a long history of partisanship. He was a protégé of many of Trump’s most adamant opponents, including Susan Rice, John Brennan and Joe Biden. He did not follow protocol by going first to the inspector general but instead caucused with the staff of Rep. Adam Schiff’s impeachment inquiry. Neither the whistleblower nor his doppelganger Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was bothered by the activities of the Bidens or by the Obama decision not to arm Ukraine. Their outrage, in other words, was not about Ukraine but over Trump.
9) The Schiff factor. Schiff is now de facto chief impeachment prosecutor. He has repeatedly lied about the certainty of impending Mueller indictments or bombshells. He flat-out lied that he and his staff had no prior contact with the whistleblower. He made up a version of the Trump call that didn’t represent the transcript, and when called out, he begged off by claiming he was offering a “parody.”
Tradition and protocol argue that the proper place for impeachment inquiries and investigations is the House Judiciary Committee. The hyperpartisan Schiff has hijacked that committee’s historic role.
Want more? As with Michael Goodwin’s commentary, you’ve got the link. Do yourself a favor and use it.