CNN Newsroom, host Brooke Baldwin entertained a wild conspiracy theory about not holding a Senate impeachment trial.
Seeing as how CNN’s existence can be boiled down to gaslighting Americans by deeming most everything President Trump and those not in the Resistance utter as conspiracy theories, perhaps CNN should look themselves in the mirror.
On Monday afternoon’s CNN Newsroom, host Brooke Baldwin entertained a wild conspiracy theory about not holding a Senate impeachment trial. She began by eagerly telling University of Texas professor Jeffrey Tulis:
Tulis replied that the Senate temporarily ceases to exist under its normal rules during trials and thus attempting to, in his book, game the system early shows that the declarations by Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) “rank among the most contemptible by Senators in American political history.”
Again, without any serious pushback, Tulis added moments later that perhaps Senators should sequester themselves like those “in the past” who were “so much more honorable than the ones you’ve just played” to the point that Chief Justice John Roberts should condemn them.
This unserious segment by an unserious “journalist” continued with CNN darling, crazy John Dean, who suggested (as the farcical Bulwark did hours earlier) that because the Senate was unlikely to convict Trump, the House could refuse to allow Articles of Impeachment to be handed to the Senate.
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