It was to be the kick-off for the House Judiciary Committee’s plan to lead the impeachment of the president, when Chairman Jerry Nadler called John Dean to testify before his committee yesterday. It turned into a public beating thanks to Republican committee members Doug Collins (R-GA) Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Matt Gaetz (R-FL) who got ahold of the former counsel to Richard Nixon and convicted obstructer of justice.
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John Dean, the manufacturer of the Watergate cover-up, is now making a fortune off comparing his handiwork to every pseudo political situation the DemocRATs try to pin on Republicans (It should be illegal for a convicted crook to benefit off his past illegal criminal activities)!
How rich, a convicted crook testifying before a boatload of unindicted crooks known as the Democrat members of Congress!
the blimp nadler got punctured. tsk tsk
Oh, the humanity.
God bless these Representatives who shine the light in the darkness created by the cockroaches of lies, pathological political bigotry and falsehoods.
Jim Jordan destroyed his so-called “testimony.” It was beautiful.
I thought it defied the laws of physics for Nadler to shrink any more but I saw it happen during the Dean Q&A.
@ Charlie WalksOnWater
The Hindenburg was a dirigible.
Next they’ll probably get someone that played Adolf Hitler in a movie to testify about how he thinks Trump is Hitler.
Nadler needs to work on his come backs. He just never had it, he is a perfect failure for the democrats. Most likely caused by slow thought processing and a lack of actual facts.
Maybe Go-Nad(ler) was just dehydrated again. It seems to be a condition that befalls only Dems, anyone ever hear of a Republican suffering from dehydration?
I don’t know why, but I’m still astounded by corrupt convicted felons who proudly tout their importance in front of millions.
I have more respect for a 10 cent hooker. At least she’s not ripping anyone off.
It was really quite embarrassing for Dean.
When I first heard the Dems were calling on Dean to testify, I thought the Republicans should call G. Gordon Liddy to rebut. But when I saw Gaetz give dean a thorough reaming, I thought “no G-man needed”.
Tony R JUNE 11, 2019 AT 6:16 PM
‘When I first heard the Dems were calling on Dean to testify, I thought the Republicans should call G. Gordon Liddy to rebut. But when I saw Gaetz give dean a thorough reaming, I thought “no G-man needed”.’
…I used to listen to GG before he went to satellite, and as I recall, Mr. Liddy made it perfectly clear that Dean would NOT survive meeting him again…
The RNC ought to make a commercial out of this (a 30 second spot) then run it on CNN. When CNN declines threaten to sue them for discrimination.