Impeachment Trial Appears to Be Over, Acquittal on Friday

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It appears that the Senate has the votes for acquittal. If so, the impeachment trial will end on Friday.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expected to move quickly to acquit Trump if Friday’s vote for witnesses and documents is defeated. GOP leaders believe they are closing in on the votes necessary to block any witnesses. Democrats will force votes but acquittal would happen soon after.

Rep. Zeldin tweeted out Schiff’s latest statement that he can’t prove his case without obtaining more evidence. That’s absurd, of course.

THEY LIKELY HAVE THE VOTES

CNN claims McConnell is still chasing votes, but most reports run to the contrary.

McConnell reportedly believes his party will stick together and vote against having more witnesses, according to ABC News.

Despite media reports — which we re-reported — to the contrary, it was clear to Senate Republicans on Wednesday after a morning meeting between Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) that the question of having additional witnesses is settled. The Senate will vote Friday to wrap up the impeachment trial of President Trump.

There was no discussion of witnesses at a Senate GOP lunch meeting Wednesday, which was held a couple hours after McConnell and Murkowski met for about 20 to 30 minutes.

“We’re going to get it done by Friday, hopefully,” Sen.Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said following the meeting.

Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) reportedly said, “I think I can say the mood is good,” as he exited the meeting. “If I had to guess, no witnesses.”

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), who seemed interested in calling additional witnesses, did not comment as he left the lunch.

GAME OVER

The President believes it’s ‘Game Over.’ He linked to the clip of Bolton explaining the Trump-Zelensky call was “warm and cordial.”

An anti-trump reporter for Bloomberg tweeted, Schumer thinks they will probably lose the fight for witnesses and documents because of “Yuge” pressure from Trump and McConnell, but still have a “decent good chance.” He says Democrats have “won over the American people” which has put pressure on Republicans.

Ironically, Sen. Schumer voted against witnesses during Clinton’s impeachment. 

BOLTON HAS TOO MUCH HISTORY

If Bolton gets hauled in as a witness, so will key members of the Biden syndicate.

Schiff actually lied and said he didn’t know the whistleblower, which is certainly not true. Everyone in D.C. knows who the whistleblower is but for him?

Also interesting is the fact that Schiff thinks Bolton’s a liar.

We also have a clip of Bolton admitting he’s a liar when it comes to national security, to be determined by him.

Remember when Adam Schiff hated John Bolton and enumerated why?

Remember when all the Democrats said no one can get along with John Bolton and they thought he is a liar?


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