Impeachment

Nadler’s Folly

Column: Impeachment's target audience isn't moderate Republicans. It's left-wing Democrats

Rep. Jerry NadlerJerry Nadler must have missed the day in law school where they teach you about persuasion. The House Democrat made a critical error early in the trial of President Trump. He didn't just say that Republican senators, who voted to begin the proceedings without calling witnesses, were part of a cover up. He said they had committed treason: "So far, I'm sad to say, I see a lot of senators voting for a coverup. Voting to deny witnesses and obviously a treacherous vote. A vote against honest consideration of the evidence against the president. A vote against an honest trial. A vote against the United States."

Adam Schiff Dazzles the Press

Mainstream media and liberal commentators said that Rep. Adam Schiff (D., Calif.) would be remembered for "generations to come" and was "dazzling," "masterful," "very, very good," "very, very powerful," "awfully impressive," "expert," "brilliant," "absolutely brilliant," and "virtuoso" in his opening statement for President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.