Levin: What have we REALLY learned from the Dems’ impeachment hearings?

· November 22, 2019  
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The House Intelligence Committee’s public impeachments hearings are over, but what did the American people learn? Thursday night on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin broke it down.

“What did we learn, really?” Levin said. “Well, we learned a couple of salient things.”

For one, he continued, “not a single witness felt that the president committed any of those elements of impeachment” listed in the Constitution. “Not one, even those most friendly to the Democrats and hostile to Trump. Not one.”

Additionally, Levin added, “Not one of them had met with the president other than [Ambassador Gordon] Sondland. Only he met with the president. The others never even had a conversation with the president. They’ve never exchanged niceties, emails, texts, nothing.”

“In the case of Sondland, he had three relevant meetings and/or discussions with the president of the United States,” the host continued, “and he says [the] Biden name never came up, tying military aid to meeting with the president of Ukraine or announcing an investigation or conducting an investigation by Ukraine never came up, which underscores what Senator Ron Jonson has said in his meetings and phone calls with the president. He says the same thing: It never came up.”

“The president of the United States did not commit an impeachable offense,” Levin concluded. “Not even close. The president of the United States didn’t do anything wrong.”


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Author: Nate Madden

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