Senator’s Temper Flares: Slams Whistleblower During Interview

It was an all-out brawl over the weekend as tensions continue to flare over the impeachment process.  GOP members had enough of the media trying to put words in their mouth and fired back at almost every show they were interviewed.

Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin slammed the whistleblower.  President Trump slammed Vice President Mike Pence’s spokeswoman, and Representative Steve Scalise, slammed Fox News Host, Chris Wallace.  And of course, Pelosi and Schumer had to put in their two cents of ignorance.

When the issue came up about the whistleblower on “Meet the Press,” Senator Johnson fired back, “This would have been far better off if we would’ve just taken care of this behind the scenes.  We have two branches of government. Most people, most people wanted to support Ukraine. We were trying to convince President Trump.”

In many ways, it should have been handled differently, but Democrats cannot get passed their seething hatred of the president.

Johnson continued, “It’s going to be very difficult for future presidents to have a candid conversation with a world leader because now we’ve set the precedent of leaking transcripts.

And, by the way, those individuals that leaked this, if their interest was a stronger relationship with Ukraine, they didn’t accomplish this.  Having this all come out into public has weakened that relationship, has exposed things that didn’t need to be exposed.”

Under his own administration, President Trump batter rammed Vice Pence’s spokeswoman Jennifer Williams and called her a “Never Trumper.”  He said, “Tell Jennifer Williams, whoever that is, to read BOTH transcripts of the presidential calls, & see the just-released statement from Ukraine.

Then she should meet with the other Never Trumpers, who I don’t know & mostly never even heard of, & work out a better presidential attack!”  Williams was going to testify on her knowledge about the military aid fund hold up and what their knowledge was.  More testimonies have everyone on edge.  This is all the Democrats doing.

Democrat Senator Chris Murphy went after a verbal attack on the U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland.  He, along with Williams, will testify this week in the impeachment process.  Senator Murphy told “Meet the Press,” “His story continues to change.  He’s got to decide this weekend whether he’s an American first or a Trump loyalist.”

Even Fox News continues to defy Conservatives almost as if the Democrats may have paid off this news outlet as well to bash Republicans.  House Minority Whip Steve Scalise from Louisiana dismissed the witnesses used in the impeachment process.  He argued, “they were not all Trump administration folks.”

He added, “They’re Schiff’s witnesses.  There are a lot of people who worked in the Trump administration who have very countering views to that, and they’ve not been allowed to come forward.”  Chris Wallace continued to bash Scalise and worked on getting him to stumble over his words.

It almost seemed like it was no use for the Republican to dispute anything because he was rudely interrupted just like other GOP members over the last few weeks.  Every part of the interview, it was directed at Wallace putting words into Scalise’s mouth and trying to twist his statements.  Scalise was telling the truth no one on the side of the president is allowed to speak.

During “Face the Nation” on Sunday, the devil’s baboon, Nancy Pelosi, acted all smart on her high horse telling host Margaret Brennan, “I don’t think the president has had a good week.”

The sad thing was, they let her talk, and when she declined to speak on the timeline of the impeachment, everyone on the show was okay with that.  She could have gotten away with murder live on the air, and they would have been perfectly fine with that.  She only stated, “There may be further depositions over the Thanksgiving holiday and that there may be a decision or maybe they have more hearings once Congress returns.”

Democrats also want the president to testify, and he is strongly considering it either in person or writing.  Schumer had to add this in a news report on Sunday in New York, “If Donald Trump doesn’t agree with what he’s hearing, doesn’t like what he’s hearing, he shouldn’t tweet.  He should come to the committee and testify under oath. And he should allow those around him to come to the committee and testify under oath.”  Our question is, what good would it do?  They won’t let him talk anyway.