#93 | POSTED BY RIGHTOCENTER
You asserted in #67 that "The Minority requested the opportunity to name a few experts as a counterpoint and Nadler refused that request. As a result, Trump's lawyers would be reduced to taking notes as partisan talking heads expounded on why he should be impeached."
i.e. that Nadler refused the "minority" request for experts and that Trump's lawyers would not be able to ask questions.
I asked that you support your claim (with links) and you "cut and pasted from NPR". But apparently what you "cut and pasted" did not in any way support your previous assertions. So, what "fake news" source did you regurgitate your original assertions from?
Also, originally the Judiciary Committee announced that they would have three witnesses. Now they have said they will have FOUR and, by your claims, one of them seems to be very critical of Democrats. Do you think that it would be a big jump to theorize that the fourth (Prof. Turley) is an "expert" named by the "minority"?
And then you had the gall to say "be careful what you wish for" when what it looks like is that majority is doing EXACTLY what you were complaining they WEREN'T doing.
This is just like when you claimed that Dems HAD TO hold a full house vote on the impeachment inquiry (and that they should have done it MUCH EARLIER), but when they finally did it on their schedule when they deemed it the appropriate time, it turned out that it provided NO ADDITIONAL BENEFIT (surprise, surprise Trump is still obstructing... no one could have predicted that would happen, except for EVERYONE who is not a Trump sycophants).
Look at what happened here. You claimed what they were doing (or not allowing) was making the process unfair and criticized them for it, but when it turned out that you were wrong (and that they ARE giving the minority a voice) you basically say "ha, ha... they are idiots for allowing a dissenting voice". You are showing you are as partisan as they come, because NO MATTER WHAT THEY DO you are going to say they are doing it wrong. Just like all the other conservatives out there that think there is nothing that a conservative president could do that would be impeachable, there is no process that liberals could follow that you think would be "correct" or "fair". You claim that you think Trump should be impeached, but it is pretty clear that the only "process" you would support would be one that would be guaranteed to get him off scot free.