Unhinged Dem Rep. Interrupts Tucker Carlson Show — Rants About Trump Impeachment (VIDEO)

In a textbook demonstration of what it means to suffer from ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome,’ Democrat Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA) refused to leave the set of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Thursday night, opting instead to rant about impeaching President Trump. 

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Daily Caller reports:

Democratic California Rep. Brad Sherman appeared as a guest on Thursday’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” and apparently didn’t feel like leaving after his segment was over.

Sherman and Carlson went back and forth in a heated arguments over new revelations regarding Russian influence via the Podesta Group and the new tax bill. Sherman also brought up impeaching Donald Trump, something he tried to trigger this summer with his own articles of impeachment.

After the segment ended, Carlson began a new segment with Byron York of the Washington Examiner, but Rep. Sherman stuck around, interjecting into the conversation.

The segment ends with Carlson inviting Sherman to read the “teleprompter tease,” for the following segment and the Democrat Congressman fails miserably at it.

Sherman kicked off the impeachment process on June 12th, when the Congressman began distributing  an article of impeachment among his Democrat colleagues on Capitol Hill.

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One month later on July 12th, Sherman formally introduced the article of impeachment to Congress, citing “obstructing and impeding the investigation of justice, regarding the investigation of Russia collusion with Trump campaign officials during the 2016 president election.

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