“We’ll Make That Decision, Not the President” – Lindsey Graham Lectures Trump on Who GOP Will Call in to Testify in Impeachment Hearings
On May 1, 2019 Lindsey Graham, the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, promised investigations on how the Mueller probe started.
He made the the comments during testimony by US Attorney General Bill Barr in front of the US Senate.
But Lindsey Graham lied.
Lindsey Graham is a fraud.
Lindsey Graham has scheduled NO COMMITTEE HEARINGS on Deep State, FBI, CIA, Spygate, Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, Mueller, Stefan Halper, George Papadopoulos, Tom Fitton, Sidney Powell, Joe diGenova, John Brennan, James Comey, Chris Wray, etc.
Here is the list of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings since Lindsey Graham made that lie back on May 1, 2019.
Now Lindsey Graham and the spineless Republicans are scared to call crooked Hunter Biden in to testify in the Trump impeachment hearings.
The Biden Crime Family pocketed millions in international pay-for-play schemes while Joe Biden was Vice President.
This is a clear example of criminal behavior.
Republican senators are not interested.
And Lindsey Graham is now lecturing the president on who should be called in to testify in the upcoming sham impeachment hearings.
The Hill reported:
Trump escalated the effort on Thursday when he tweeted that the Bidens “must testify” — raising the specter that the president’s lawyers or GOP senators could try to drag them into the public impeachment trial.
“What did Hunter Biden do for the money?” @SenJohnKennedy A very good question. He and Sleepy Joe must testify!” Trump tweeted.
But a push to focus on the Bidens as part of an impeachment trial quickly received a cool reception from Republicans on Capitol Hill.
“His lawyers, I presume, can ask for any witnesses they want. But I think we ought to keep focus on the articles of impeachment and not go down any rabbit trails,” said Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) told The Hill.
Asked about Trump floating that the Bidens should testify, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said he didn’t understand it as a “defense to the president.”
“We’ll make that decision, not the president,” Graham added.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), pressed about Hunter Biden being called to testify, replied: “I’m not sure what he would add.”