Rep. Nadler Caught Exposing His HYPOCRISY – Accuses Republicans of Doing What Democrats Are ACTUALLY Doing

We've made our way through three days of the impeachment trial so far and what we've mostly been hearing is a ton of lies and fabricated storylines from the House managers.

They are completely unprepared for this sort of event. They've busted into the room acting like the Senate is just a room full of House Republicans which they're used to insulting and treating unfairly.

This is not the House and the House managers are mad because they can't get their way anymore since they're not in the House of Representatives.

The Republicans hold the majority in the Senate, not the Democrats. Just think, if the Democrats were in charge of the Senate, well…we'd still have President Trump as our president thankfully.

Perhaps the most hypocritical things we've heard from the House managers so far came from Rep. Jerry Nadler when he was speaking about the 8th amendment to the trial rules.

This is what Nadler said to the Senate,

"…Only if you, the Senate, sitting as an impartial jury, do not work with the accused to conceal the evidence from the American people.

We cannot be surprised that the President objects to calling witnesses who would prove his guilt. That is who he is. He does not want you to see evidence or hear testimony that details how he betrayed his office and asked a foreign government to intervene in our election.

But we should be surprised that here in the United States Senate, the greatest deliberative body in the world, where we are expected to put our oath of office ahead of political expediency, where we are expected to be honest, where we are expected to protect the interests of the American people, we should be surprised, shocked, that any Senator would vote to block this witness or any relevant witness who might shed additional light on the President’s obvious misconduct.

The President is on trial in the Senate. But the Senate is on trial in the eyes of the American people. Will you vote to allow all of the relevant evidence to be presented here? Or will you betray your pledge to be an impartial juror? Will you bring Ambassador Bolton here? Will you permit us to present you with the entire record of the President’s misconduct? Or will you instead choose to be complicit in the President’s cover-up? So far, I’m sad to say, I see a lot of senators voting for a cover-up, voting to deny witnesses. An absolutely indefensible vote. Obviously, a treacherous vote. A vote against an honest consideration of the evidence against the President. A vote against an honest trial. A vote against the United States.

A real trial we know has witnesses. We urge you to do your duty, permit a fair trial. All the witnesses must be permitted. That’s elementary in American justice. Either you want the truth or you (pause) and you must permit the witnesses or you want a shameful cover-up. History will judge and so will the electorate."

This is absolutely ridiculous for a number of reasons.

First, the Senate is not on trial in the eyes of America. If anything the Democrats have something to prove. They need to prove to the American people that they're not as corrupt and tunnel-visioned as we all know they are.

To vote to impeach the President wasn't even a partisan vote. There were Democrats who voted against it along with every single Republican.

As far as entering all the evidence…this should have been done already. This isn't the time to keep investigating. That period is over.

Like the President's defense team said on Tuesday, if this were any other trial and the prosecution came to the court and told the judge that they still needed more evidence, the case would have been thrown out immediately and the prosecution would have been sanctioned.