Trump Blasts Democrats’ Secret Hearings, ‘No Transparency’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – It is yet another day in the saga of Trump deranged Democrats putting on an impeachment show in the U.S. House in a closed taping of sorts in which witnesses testify and then Democrats cherry pick anti-Trump highlights to leak to the press. It is the opposite of transparency, and counter to the actual protocols of impeachment proceedings. A floor vote on officially launching an inquiry has still not been held.

President Trump is slamming Democrats for their continued ploys to control the narrative regardless of facts.

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Meanwhile, Congressman and Trump Hater Adam Schiff (D-CA) is casually announcing that they don’t need the original whistle blower (because his story has been discredited) and the “bombshell” second whistle blower is nary mentioned anymore (because it’s the same discredited second hand garbage).

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Now, after demanding transcripts of the Trump/Ukraine call, Democrat committee chairs won’t even release the transcripts of the witness testimony given in their sham impeachment interviews. Instead, selective leaks, as Trump mentions, are fed to the media to run with. And wouldn’t you know it; all the leaks make Trump look bad.

It’s almost as if it’s all plotted out beforehand.

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