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Democrats’ Impeachment ‘Star Witnesses’ Can’t Name Any Crimes

In order to impeach a President, Congress must first prove that the President is guilty of committing “high crimes” — defined as a substantial crime that can only be committed by a person in a position of authority.

This, of course, has presented quite a problem for House Democrats who are desperate to see President Donald Trump removed from office. So far, they have been unable to point to a single shred of evidence that suggests Trump is guilty of any impeachment-worthy crimes.

Following the testimony of former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch – a woman touted by the media as the Democratic Party’s “star witness” – this fact hasn’t changed.

Yet again, a testimony promised by the media to be full of bombshells and fireworks turned out to be a total dud. Like all of the witnesses who testified before her, Yovanovitch was unable to point to any example of wrongdoing by the President, and she certainly fell well short of proving that Trump committed any high crimes.

While the impeachment circus is sure to continue on, the fact that Yovanovitch’s dull and uninspiring testimony is supposedly the best the Democratic party can do is certainly telling.

Here’s Tucker Carlson reflecting on the total clown show that has been the House impeachment hearings.



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