Adam Schiff summarizes Trump's Ukraine Plan with just 7 Words

Adam Schiff summarizes Trump's Ukraine Plan with just 7 Words
Rep. Adam Schiff, CNN Screengrab

In case you missed it, Adam Schiff closed out the pivotal day with one memorable theme, regarding Trump’s action with respect to Ukraine:

“That's not anti-corruption, that is corruption.”

That's not anti-corruption, that is corruption'  Schiff pressed at the conclusion of day 4 of the public Trump impeachment hearings.

He repeated the theme again and again, citing one Trump ‘high crime’ after another to illustrate his refrain.

It had me cheering after one very long day — of government watching.

In case you are wondering what “joke was” at the start of that clip.  Well that butt, would be D.N. as explained here:

by jqjacobs

And in case you are wondering what other news was made, in today’s bombshell hearing with Gordon Sondland.  Well there more on the main take-away points here:

by jamess

Have a good evening, folks.

Oh yeah there was a pretty darn good Debate tonight, as well.

This is what “taking our nation back” looks like.

Get some rest so we can live well enough, to fight the good fight, on yet another day.

Cuz, as everyone is slowly learning (see the sponsor in the Clip), in the current administration:

”It’s corruption that never sleeps ...”

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