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Rep. Gaetz Goes Off at Impeachment Hearing: “You don’t get to interrupt me!”

The impeachment hearings have been a complete disaster. Well, they were a disaster for Democrats, who have failed at everything. For the rest of us, they were at worst, a waste of time. At best, they were yet another example of why the Democrats are not interested in solutions, but only in stealing the power that President Donald Trump fairly and honestly won from them.

In one episode, Jerry Nadler overtly breaks the rules of the hearing by having a man stand as a witness and then as a judge. The gavel slamming and shouting went on for several minutes as Nadler repeated himself again and again, that he was not breaking the rule while taking a barrage of objections and points of order.

Meanwhile, Americans have taken this opportunity to enjoy a break from the fake news fueled culture war. Instead, we have turned to our families, to enjoy the holidays, and to resting securely in our full and proven conviction that our president is duly elected and innocent of every accusation lobbed at him.

But, let’s take a moment, just as a brief reminder — so we know where we stand when we come back from our well-deserved break from politics.

Here, Rep. Matt Gaetz goes off on Democrat witnesses, prodding the constitutional scholars on whether or not they donated to Democrat campaigns.

Here’s Fox with the clip.


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