As day two of the public impeachment hearings continue to give absolutely zero insight into whether or not an impeachable ‘quid pro quo’ occurred, Democrats now have to shift their approach. First, let’s talk about liberals’ favorite word: feelings. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) acted as though Ambassador Yovanovitch was at a therapy session, not a deposition.
“Ambassador Yovanovitch, as we sit here testifying, the president is attacking you on Twitter,” said Schiff. “What effect do you think that has on other witnesses’ willingness to come forward and expose wrongdoing?” Schiff added. Despite being absolutely irrelevant to the substantive facts surrounding a possible impeachment of the President to the United States, Schiff continues to speak to Yovanovitch like a kindergartner. “Well, I want to let you know, Ambassador, that some of us here take witness intimidation very, very seriously.”
Democrats always attempt to conduct policymaking based on feelings, and an impeachment probe is no different. They are now trying to use President Trump’s tweets as interference and evidence against him. Now Democrats want to oust the man for being mean. It gets even more pathetic. Democrats have turned to “focus groups” to help them in their sham probe.
The Washington Post reported that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee recently conducted focus groups to see what words move voters. Participants were asked whether “quid pro quo,” “extortion” or “bribery” was more compelling. “Bribery” was determined to be the most effective. Nancy Pelosi jumped on this “scientific” revelation and began telling reporters Trump’s call was “perfectly wrong. It’s bribery.”
The White House dismissed the inquiry as “impeachment by focus group.” How desperate can the Democrats be that they have to use a focus group in order to see what “word” will best manipulate the American people to join their team? If this doesn’t prove they don’t have an actual case to impeach the President, what will?