[Ed. – Referring to something pejoratively is obstruction of justice? Good thing the moron who thinks so is head of the House Judiciary Committee.]
The repellent House Judiciary Committee Chairman, Jerrold Nadler, dominated the airwaves on Sunday with his announcement of yet a new investigation of President Trump. Appearing on ABC’s “This Week,” he said his committee would be sending out over 60 document requests on Monday to gather evidence against Trump for possible obstruction of justice, corruption and abuse of power charges.
George Stephanopoulos asked Nadler if he believes the President obstructed justice and Nadler replied, “Yes, I do.”
Nadler said that Trump committed obstruction of justice “1,100 times” by referring to the Mueller investigation as a ‘witch hunt,’ by firing FBI Director James Comey and by asking Comey to drop the investigation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
On Saturday, an anonymous House official told Bloomberg News lawmakers were concerned that Trump’s cries of “fake news” and calling the media “the enemy of the people” will “incite violence.”