On Wednesday, the Senate heard testimony from a few constitutional law professors in regards to the Trump inquiry. Obviously, the testimony should be something that is solely based on facts. As we have covered before, there is no evidence to prove anything in the sham partisan inquiry. But this hasn’t stopped the Democrats.
So all of these law professors tried to “school” Republicans, or that’s what you’ll hear from main stream media and leftist outlets.
I think it’s worth looking a little deeper into these witnesses as we determine if they are truly unbiased. So the first one as mentioned above is Pamela Karlan. Karlan is a Stanford professor and a known liberal. She has worked under the Obama administration, with the NAACP and for other progressive causes. The NY Times has an article highlighting her progressive background and statements made that Trump was behaving badly.
Then we move along to Michael Gerhardt from UNC-Chapel Hill. He made headlines by stating Trump made several impeachable offenses and that his actions were worse than any previous President. Gerhardt was involved in the Clinton impeachment in 1998 and has worked for many Democrats during his time. He is a contributor to The Atlantic and has a solid voting record in voting for Democrats. Sounds unbiased right?
Noah Feldman is the next witness from the Democrats. Feldman is from Harvard Law School. Feldman was calling for impeachment before the first witnesses testified. He is a regular contributor and sharer of Bloomberg News and NY Times articles. He declared in October that we were in a constitutional crisis regarding Trump’s actions. Certainly sounds unbiased right?
The last expert constitutional “scholar” as they are being called is Jonathan Turley. He is a professor at the GWU law school. Why are we not hearing as much from this witness? Because he mostly said the Democrats are mad and acting like children. His comment was that being mad is not a reason to impeach a President. Turley cannot be called a partisan witness because he has worked for both sides in the past, on the Clinton impeachment and indicated he was not happy with Trump’s actions in general.
I find it interesting that we are to place our trust in the three Democrat-called witnesses as experts, given their bias. The public will hear the comments of three Democrat witnesses over and over on news sites and shows. But they have bias against Trump and Republicans. I agree with Turley and have said it before. Trump’s actions were not great and should be disappointing. Yet, no proof exists that he committed a crime. It’s all part of the partisan sham inquiry show.
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