HUGE! Dem Rep. Says He Will Vote NO on Impeachment, Reveals Other Dem Lawmakers “Quietly, Privately” Concerned About Schiff Show Trials (VIDEO)

Democrat Rep. Jeff Van Drew (NJ) appeared on “Sunday Morning Futures” on Sunday and told host Maria Bartiromo that he would be voting “NO” on impeachment unless there is proof that Trump committed a high crime.

Congressman Van Drew voted against the impeachment resolution that denies President Trump due process and gives Adam Schiff sweeping powers to control witnesses and evidence.

Van Drew said that impeachment is a very serious thing and Schiff is disenfranchising millions upon millions of Americans who voted for Trump.

 

“Our Founding Fathers had vigorous debates of whether they would even allow impeachment in the Constitution — you don’t disenfranchise voters — millions upon millions of voters,” Van Drew said. “Voters choose their leaders in America.”

Maria Bartiromo then asked Rep. Van Drew if he is hearing concern from red-state Democrats about Schiff’s Soviet-style impeachment process.

“There is some discussion among some of them (Democrats) quietly, privately of concern certainly,” Van Drew said. “What I’m hearing out on the street from most people is they’re kinda tired, they’re kinda worn out, they’re kinda bored and they really wanna move on.”

WATCH:


https://twitter.com/FineWineDrinker/status/1196126191025106945

President Trump has already declassified and released transcripts from his April and July phone calls to Zelensky and there is zero quid pro quo.

The House Republicans have already provided four key pieces of evidence that there was no quid pro quo, no pressure on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate the Biden crime family.

Ukraine received military aid from the US three weeks early and Zelensky did not launch an investigation into the Bidens in exchange for the aid — NO QUID PRO QUO, NO BRIBERY.

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