Schiff Loses it as Impeachment Falls Apart, ‘Our Government No Longer Has Three Co-Equal Branches’ (VIDEO)
Adam Schiff fell apart as his impeachment sham crumbled on Friday.
Schiff was desperately trying to influence Senators Friday afternoon following the devastating announcement from Murkowski that she will be voting against more witnesses.
Murkowski didn’t just reject additional impeachment witnesses, she is furious and disgusted with the Democrats and she let the world know how she felt.
“The House chose to send articles of impeachment that are rushed and flawed. I carefully considered the need for additional witnesses and documents, to cure the shortcomings of its process, but ultimately decided that I will vote against considering motions to subpoena,” Murkowski said.
Murkowski continued, “It is sad for me to admit that, as an institution, the Congress has failed. It has also become clear some of my colleagues intend to further politicize this process, and drag the Supreme Court into the fray, while attacking the Chief Justice.”
“I will not stand for nor support that effort. We have already degraded our institution for partisan political benefit, and I will not enable those who wish to pull down another. We are sadly at a low point of division in this country,” Murkowski concluded.
But Schiff continued to beat a dead horse and smeared President Trump with more lies on Friday.
“If we tell the president, effectively, ‘You can act corruptly’…the president becomes unaccountable to anyone,” Schiff said.
“The president, effectively, for all intents and purposes, becomes above the law.”
Schiff added, “Our government is no longer a government with three co-equal branches,” he said.
The irony of Schiff saying that after Trump was impeached for “Obstruction of Congress” — a completely made up charge that asserts the executive branch is capable of obstructing another branch of government.
.@RepAdamSchiff: “If we tell the president, effectively, ‘You can act corruptly’…the president becomes unaccountable to anyone.”
— ABC News (@ABC) January 31, 2020