U.S. Rep. Ken Buck did not disappoint when it came time for him to ask questions during impeachment hearings Wednesday.
After the ridiculously biased opening statements given by constitutional law professors called by Democrats on the panel, Buck put their reasoning for impeachment up against the actions of previous Democrat presidents.
Judge for yourself.
The Democrats’ witnesses define impeachable conduct so broadly that Prof. Turley told @RepKenBuck, referring to a long list of past presidents’ actions, “I don’t see any exclusions under their definition.” pic.twitter.com/qh9WF3BnI5
— Rep. Doug Collins (@RepDougCollins) December 4, 2019
And then there was U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, who whined that President Trump refused to play Democrats’ impeachment game:
Nixon allowed White House counsels to testify
Clinton provided written responses to 81 questions from the Committee
While President Trump has REFUSED all requests for information during this inquiry and refused to allow his chief of staff or counsel to testify pic.twitter.com/w5vxJwQJ26
— Rep. Joe Neguse (@RepJoeNeguse) December 4, 2019
The showboating of it all by Democrats was inadvertently exposed by the smug Pamela S. Karlan of Stanford, who felt it necessary to belittle the president’s son by stating “While the president can name his son Barron, he can’t make him a baron.”
Then there was this snarky apology:
Pamela Karlan: “I want to apologize for what I said earlier about the president’s son. It was wrong of me to do that. I wish the president would apologize, obviously, for the things that he’s done that’s wrong, but I do regret having said that.” pic.twitter.com/7lYiRWCKjw
— CSPAN (@cspan) December 4, 2019