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Why the Democrats Can’t Settle for Censure

David Catron, The American Spectator

The only real question is when Democrats will pass articles of impeachment — a resolution on which they must have a genuine floor vote. If the Democrats possessed Trump’s media savvy, their impeachment effort would perhaps be more successful. But they put America to sleep with boring bureaucrats whining on C-Span. Nonetheless, they will soldier on this week with the photogenic Jerrold Nadler leading an arcane discussion with various academics about what the framers meant by “bribery” and “treason.” Why? They must reassure the far-left members of their own caucus, and the TDS victims who support them, that they are serious about impeachment. But these people aren’t serious about anything beyond power and money. Censure is a nonstarter.

Republicans Defending Adam Schiff?

In this article we list just a few of the blatant lies that Schiff has put into the public record in his attempt to overturn the 2016 election. If this litany isn’t worthy of censure we can’t imagine what Schiff would have to do to earn the opprobrium of the sixteen House Republicans who refused to cosponsor the Andy Biggs censure resolution.