House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said on Sunday that the facts in the impeachment inquiry are “not contested” but that he has not yet personally decided where he stands in terms of supporting the impeachment of President Trump.
Schiff, who has led the probe, said on CNN’s “State of the Union” that the “facts” are “not contested.” He said there is overwhelming evidence based on testimony from various fact witnesses that backs allegations that Trump solicited foreign interference in the 2020 election.
But Schiff would not go as far as to say he supports impeachment.
He said his committee may need to file addendums to its report so that the Judiciary Committee can move ahead.
(Which means they have NOTHING, NOTHING, NO QUID PRO QUO! )
“The investigation isn’t going to end,” Schiff said.
“I want to discuss this with my constituents and colleagues before I make a final judgment on this,” Schiff said.
Jake Tapper asked Pile of Schiff how he has not yet come to a conclusion if he believes there are overwhelming facts that back his position.
“If the facts aren’t contested and your committee is writing up the report and you don’t, at least as of now, have any scheduled witnesses or depositions — do you think President Trump should be impeached?” Tapper asked.
Schifty is now saying more witnesses and hearings are possible
Who else can they drag in who wasn’t part of the call?