Republicans from the state of Louisiana have merged together to swear allegiance to President Trump amid the impeachment inquiry, calling for the immediate containment of the controversial claims of “arrogant Dems”.
Louisiana Republicans have emerged among the chief defenders of President Donald Trump as House Democrats continue their impeachment inquiry into whether he improperly sought help investigating a political rival.
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U.S. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, led a group of nearly two-dozen House Republicans in closed hearing Wednesday and has made the rounds on national and local radio and television programs in the past week.
Democrats are currently investigating whether Trump used U.S. foreign aid to pressure Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy into investigating former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, and their dealings in Ukraine and are seeking for an impeachment.
Most of the impeachment proceedings have taken place behind closed doors as an investigative and security measure, but there has been a steady stream of leaks to the media about what’s taken place in the confined proceedings.
U.S. Senators John Kennedy, R-Madisonville, and Bill Cassidy, R-Baton Rouge, were among the 44 senators who immediately signed onto a Senate resolution Thursday condemning the House’s impeachment inquiry of Trump. It’s centered on Trump’s request that Ukraine investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, who is now seeking the Democratic presidential nomination for 2020.
In the past week, Scalise did two national television appearances and three national radio interviews. Kennedy also has made the television rounds.
Kennedy said he’s been “shocked and confused” by how Democratic leaders are conducting the impeachment inquiry into whether Trump asked Ukraine to investigate Biden and his son’s dealings in the country.
“Their arrogance is breathtaking,” Kennedy said of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff, both California Democrats. “Many members of the House, including but not limited to Republican members, are very upset by this unorthodox procedure”.
He called the process far from fair and impartial, likening it to a “firing squad and the evidence be damned”.
National polls have shown that the impeachment news that has come out has done little to turn Republican voters against Trump and has largely only affected Democrats or independents.
“I believe this charade is unconstitutional, politically-motivated, and conducting it in secret behind locked doors goes against everything we are supposed to stand for,” Abraham concluded.
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