Publisher's note: This post appears here courtesy of the LifeZette, and written by David Kamioner.
As news of the Bolton and Schiff videos, clips that destroyed their witness argument, closed in on the Democrats the president's opponents got stranger and more rabid. They knew they were likely to lose the whole match on Friday and they began to lash out at the GOP legal team, themselves, and at their real enemies, the voters of the United States of America.
- GOP attorney Pat Cipollone made the argument that if a partisan impeachment like this was to remove the president from office for the vague charge of "abuse of power" then all future presidents, GOP and Democrat, would be subject to the same type of witch hunt.
- Elizabeth Warren, in a question, tried to impugn the credibility of Chief Justice John Roberts. Roberts sighed after he read the question and even Adam Schiff defended Roberts during his response to the question.
- The Democrats made repeated attempts to classify any negative information as "conspiracy theories", even going as far as to label the legal record and established facts as such.
- When they didn't do that, when repeatedly shown the record, they just merely punted the question and went back to their tired redundant talking points.
- The GOP team made the point that numerous people, including Joe Biden, thought there was no need for witnesses in the 1998 Clinton impeachment trial.
- Democrats consistently fell into GOP traps when it came to the CIA informer. When a GOP senator hinted at Ciaramella, a member of the Democrat legal team would whine about it, thus talking about the subject and using up their time. Which is exactly what the GOP team wanted them to do.
- The Democrats began to insinuate that the American people are not fit to decide the presidency. Thus the Dems had the duty to it for them through impeachment. We'll see those clips again.
- As Schiff and his pals watched the day grow later, the pressure started to get to them in a very obvious manner. We heard more about "Russian propaganda" and "baseless smears."
- The GOP legal team was hitting nerves and it was showing in the words and demeanor of all the Democrats in the room.
- In the last question, and we'll have more on this later, Jerry Nadler bolted out of his seat and stole the podium from Adam Schiff. Schiff seemed stunned by the move and tried to call after Nadler, as Nadler made his way to the podium. Nadler ignored him and proceeded to throw a tantrum.
The trial resumes, perhaps for the last day, Friday afternoon.