This week was a tough one for the Democrats and their “formal impeachment inquiry”.
You see, Americans have grown weary in regard to the matter, especially as those spearheading the campaign to impeach the President continue to work in utter silence and secrecy. The compartmentalization has become so egregious, in fact, that dozens of congressional Republicans marched into the secure and clandestine bunkers being used to take testimony in the Capitol, delaying the hearings for over five hours.
This was a stunt aimed at exposing the Democratic tactics of this impeachment “inquiry”, that has so far disallowed any cross-examination of witnesses by those on the side of the President.
Now, the Democrats are looking to stack the deck ever more in their favor.
Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats on Friday called for Attorney General William Barr to recuse himself from “Trump Ukraine matters” as an impeachment inquiry into the president continues.
In a letter to Barr, the panel’s ten Democrats accused the attorney general of having an “appearance of a conflict of interest” and urged him to recuse himself from all Ukraine-related affairs, which includes the department’s investigation into matters related to President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and his associates, Igor Fruman and Lev Parnas, who were recently indicted on campaign finance charges.
The full text of the letter could be found on Twitter.
NEW: Senate Judiciary Democrats call on Attorney General Bill Barr to recuse himself from “Trump Ukraine matters.” https://t.co/aE2u6rLZHD pic.twitter.com/CpAdQCJ4DS
— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) October 25, 2019
Republicans will not take kindly to this latest push to sequester the impeachment process in the pockets of the Democrats – with many already complaining that the process has not allowed for fair representation for both sides.
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