Rep. Nadler just added John Kelly to his witness list. Kelly wasn’t in the White House when the Ukraine situation took place. Is Nadler going to call everyone who criticizes Trump or, as in Kelly’s case — likes his opponent? Will he call every employee who was fired? It’s the endless impeachment by any means necessary. There is no limit.
He’s calling him because Kelly said he believes John Bolton’s comments since he sees Bolton as an honest man. Kelly has been out of the White House for some time and had problems dealing with some of the staff members.
Nikki Haley is also honest and, in her memoir, she said John Kelly and Rex Tillerson, both Democrats, tried to recruit her to undermine the President. Kelly didn’t deny it exactly. He said, “If providing the President with the best and most open legal advice from across the government so he can make an informed decision is ‘working against Trump’, then guilty as charged.”
Haley shot back that she was very accurate in her description. In an appearance on Fox & Friends, she gave a detailed description of how they behaved.
Allegedly, Kelly wasn’t on speaking terms with the President when he left the White House.
We admire John Kelly very much, but we don’t think he was suited to continue as the President’s chief of staff. His views were not in line with the President’s views. The same goes for Rex Tillerson, and John Bolton, a war hawk.
Desperate Nadler wants everyone who doesn’t like the President to serve as a witness, but look at how Republicans were shut out in the House.
Watch, listen to the bills that are not coming to the floor because of impeachment:
Jerry Nadler just added John Kelly to his witness request list for this impeachment sham even though he’s long gone from the WH. Are you kidding me? Who’s next…Omarosa? Give it a rest! It’s time for our country to move on and heal from this mess! pic.twitter.com/0bComxlUxH
— Lee Zeldin (@RepLeeZeldin) January 29, 2020