Adam Schiff got hit with a rude awakening that just blew up his impeachment coup
Adam Schiff thought he could get away with the perfect crime.
But he just got called out in the worst way possible.
And he got hit with a rude awakening that just blew up his impeachment coup.
Republicans are fed up with Adam Schiff conducting a coup against the President of the United States in secret.
Schiff is interviewing witnesses behind closed doors and denying Republicans any semblance of fundamental fairness.
Now Republicans are putting him on the spot.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham declared that unless Schiff agrees to release the transcript of former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker’s closed-door deposition Graham will call Volker to testify in public.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Wednesday demanded that House Democrat leaders release the full transcript of the testimony provided by the impeachment inquiry’s first witness, former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker.
Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, threatened to call Volker to testify before his panel if Democrats did not meet his demand.
Volker is at the center of the impeachment investigation. He resigned as the special envoy to Ukraine at the end of last month as the inquiry began to heat up.
Sen. Graham described the House Democrats’ refusal to make the full transcript of Volker’s deposition last Thursday public as “an abuse of power.”
Democrats are guarding Volker’s testimony under lock and key because what Volker told them blows a hole in the Left’s impeachment narrative.
Republicans claim Volker repeatedly told the committee there was no quid pro quo between the Trump administration releasing military aide and the Ukrainian government investigating Joe Biden.
Democrats don’t want Volker’s testimony public because the lack of clarity on the subject of the military aide is allowing them to insinuate Trump withheld the military aide until the Ukrainians agreed to investigate Biden.
And that is driving the uptick in support for impeachment in the polls.