Schiff Check-Mates Trump With Sunday Video Evidence Declaration


Americans want to hear the witnesses in the Donald Trump impeachment trial. Voters are not stupid, although one state senator admitted off of the record, a majority of politicians believe people are not smart at best and apathetic at worst. That may be the fatal flaw in the 2020 presidential election.

People compared House Intelligence Committee and impeachment trial lead Adam Schiff’s (D-CA) argument in the Senate impeachment trial to an electrifying performance of Gregory Peck. They were referring to Peck’s role as Atticus Finch, the fictional attorney in To Kill A Mockingbird.

Ironically, Schiff told the Senate that he called on that very character and the heroic Senate John McCain (R-AZ) for inspiration. Even though he has had death threats, Schiff continued. He pointed at individual senators on both sides of the Senate and repeated each time, according to the Associated Press (AP).

‘The next time, it just may be you. Do you think for a moment that if he felt it was in his interest, he wouldn’t ask you to be investigated?’

Then, Schiff sent out a tweet summarizing his argument. He said Trump’s attorneys have been trying to “Deprive Americans of a Fair Trial,” and “Americans know what a fair trial looks like:”

‘The President’s legal defense boils down to this:

Deprive Americans of a fair trial.

But Americans know what a fair trial looks like. They know it requires witnesses and documents.

If Trump’s team succeeds in orchestrating a trial without them,

There will be no exoneration.

— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) January 26, 2020’

Twitter world went wild. Check out how people responded to the heroic Democrat below:

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