Personal counsel for President Trump, Jay Sekulow, destroyed the Democrats’ demands for witnesses in the Senate impeachment trial in less than 30 seconds. Sekulow was even able to get Rep. Schiff to agree with his assessment of where the arguments now stand.
Schiff: “We did.”
Sekulow: “Well then I don’t think we need any witnesses.”
Mr. Sekulow is right. If the case is proven beyond any reasonable doubt, or as Rep. Nadler claimed “beyond any doubts” at all, then why do we need any additional “evidence” or “witnesses?”
Additionally, the Democrats know that any of the “evidence” or “witness” accounts that they are calling for are not strong enough to impact the case in either direction.
With Schiff at one point stating that new evidence, in this case, could “come to light” “every day” of the impeachment trial, and leak out after the impeachment trial ends, it is clear that the Democrats’ attempt to add more “witnesses” and “evidence” to their sham impeachment is merely an attempt to prolong the case to hurt President Trump’s election effort.
Unfortunately for Schiff and the Democratic impeachment managers, it appears that their trial is going to fail, and ultimately the American people will decide if President Trump remains in office in 278 days.