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Douglas A. Collins full opening statement at first Judiciary impeachment hearing

Rep. Douglas A. Collins (R-Ga.) delivered his opening statement during the first Judiciary Committee impeachment inquiry hearing on Dec. 4. Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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    This Mr. Collins is a disgrace for America. Why does he scream all the time? He argues like a child caught with wrongdoing. The American people has better judgement as he seams to anticipate. Does he ever say anything about Trump's wrongdoing. Is it all about procedure? is that all he cares about? Doesn't he have one argument to defend Trump?

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    He is a vile man like his hero lying Spanky Bone Spurs.

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    The Founding Fathers understanding of bribery was derived from English law, under which bribery was understood as an officeholder’s abuse of the power of an office to obtain a private benefit rather than for the public interest. This definition not only encompasses Trump’s conduct—it practically defines it.

    Article II, Section 4, says the president “shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors."

    The Founders placed articles of impeachment in the Constitution for the purpose of protecting our democracy and our liberties from would-be tyrants. The Founders must have been clairvoyant, because they clearly envisioned  someone like Trump in America's future. Someone who has no respect for democracy or America's Constitution, and who is clearly trying to tear them both apart.

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    Why have there been so many Juws testifying in these impeachment hearings? It’s like they are trying to overthrow our government 🤔

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    I have been watching this Circus for a couple hours and find it how hilarious it is to see how the democrats have put the founding fathers above Jesus Christ. They have always called the founding fathers a bunch of old white rich male racist slave owners. That one Harvard professor had the gall to say when you get to Heaven if that is the direction you go Hamilton and Jefferson will ask you why you didn't do your job on impeachment. Get real! Good Grief!

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    Maybe Ranking Member Collins can call Johnathan Turly's dog as a witness.

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    Prof Turley just stated that he is good friends with DOJ Bill Barr. Adding, "I've been friends with Bill Barr for a long time,"  ENOUGH SAID!  Watching Turley he even displays the same facial expressions and body posturing of his friend William Barr i.e. that irritating scowl and smirk.  Turley is on the panel with three constitutional [experts] of whom share the same expert opinion.  If I were a student of Professor Turley, these hearings would not give me much confidence in the [quality] of education I was receiving!

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    Congress has been obstructing the executive branch for 3 yrs, they're hurting the national security of the country, not our President. Democrats just won't abide by our traditional peaceful transfer of power, they should be ashamed of themselves.

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    The next time the Judiciary meets, there needs to be a change to the rules. Those asking questions must also swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. If you want to pontificate, you should be under oath when you do it. I suggest this will reduce the number of grand stand plays and reduce the amount of noise produced.

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