The Democrats who managed the failed impeachment process still haven’t accepted the fact that they lost.
They appeared on CNN in an interview with Anderson Cooper over the weekend and made it quite clear that they’re still not living in reality.
Impeachment Managers Hold Group Therapy Session on CNN
All the managers seemed to be in agreement that the president was “not exonerated” by the Senate. In the president’s defense, it’s hard to exonerate someone of a crime when there was never any specific crime being alleged. The managers also lamented the fact that additional evidence and witnesses – but not the Bidens or any requested by Republicans – were not called forward by the Senate.
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said House Democrats had debated the idea of impeaching the president in the first place, knowing in advance that the Republican majority would not easily be swooned to remove their own president from office.
“But we had to do it,” Nadler explained to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, “because we had to set markers. You had to say, ‘you can’t normalize this conduct. This kind of thing this president has done can’t be done by him or by future presidents. You had to vindicate the Constitution.’”
Democrats had to send the message to the president: the Biden family is off-limits.
“I actually thought it was possible to convict,” Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA ) admitted, “because our evidence was so strong and the activity engaged in was so wrong.”
Watch the video:
Does acquittal not mean acquittal, or are these seven democrats insist in keep digging their fellow democrats deeper in the hole they have dug them in?
— Per Kurowski (@PerKurowski) February 8, 2020
Can’t believe that they are still doing this talking about crimes that do not exist they are delirious they need so much help! I feel sorry for them..really do , No I don’t it’s all just an act ,sadly pathetically..
— rick rosell (@rickyllesor1) February 8, 2020
They’ll never get over it.