Democrats to Make Witch Hunt Official on Halloween


Denver, CO — Colorado GOP Executive Director Lx Fangonilo released the following statement on House Democrats’ planned impeachment inquiry vote:

It’s fitting that House Democrats chose Halloween to make their Witch Hunt official,” said Colorado GOP Executive Director Lx Fangonilo.

While Democrats like Jason Crow seek to overturn the 2016 election with a wasteful impeachment inquiry, it is clear that Crow, Pelosi, and the socialist squad have no interest in working across the aisle to help working families with bipartisan solutions like the USMCA.”


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Chairman Buck: Trump impeachment inquiry deeply flawed and unfair

Rep. Ken Buck: Trump impeachment inquiry deeply flawed and unfair – Hearings should be public
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Rep. Ken Buck
October 19 2019

Until recently, the House Intelligence Committee occupied a unique space in Congress by avoiding partisanship and open acrimony. Members selected to sit on the committee were given the trust of overseeing our most secretive programs, access to the most classified information, and the responsibility of ensuring this information does not fall into the wrong hands.

The selection process for membership and the committee rules are also unique. The speaker of the House and the minority leader personally interview and select members. The committee meets behind closed doors and its deliberations are rarely discussed in public.

The Intelligence Committee is the last committee that should conduct an impeachment proceeding. Impeachment should be based on a fair process. Fairness requires open proceedings so that the public can evaluate the demeanor and credibility of each witness.

Using secretive proceedings to investigate the president invites distrust that will further divide our country.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has weaponized the Intelligence Committee. In the process, she has ruined the last vestige of bipartisan cooperation on Capitol Hill. Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., is the least likely member to lead a credible investigation. He has consistently exploited the trust of his position for partisan purposes.

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