Supreme Court Will Rule On The Definition Of ‘Hearsay’

The Supreme Court of the United States has decided to take up the issue of exactly what “hearsay” means in a Congressional hearing. According to sources inside the chambers of Neil Gorsuch, the majority of the court’s justices are fed up with all the legal nonsense:

“Justice Gorsuch, along with Kavanaugh, and the other three guys, are all tired of hearsay being used as a strategy to oust a sitting president and will take up the issues as early as today, or maybe tomorrow.

“The Democrats are panicking, because they know their entire case goes away without it.”

That’s right, patriots. The American justice system has never once allowed for a single instance of hearsay in a court case, so why should the trial of a president be any different? Adam Schiff’s office released a statement defending the Democrat position:

“First, this is an impeachment inquiry, not a trial. Second, we have the transcript of the actual call, admitted to by Trump, of what the whistleblower blew the whistle on.

“It’s not how you get there, it’s what you know when you arrive. We know that John Bolton and Mick Mulvaney have first-hand knowledge, but they aren’t allowed to testify. We know that Trump was there, but he prefers to tweet threats to credible witnesses rather than testify to clear his own name. We know that the Senate won’t convict, and that the Supreme Court will uphold anything brought before them to help Trump.

“Basically, we know exactly what’s happening. We just can’t turn and look away, because he’ll just keep doing these things.”

Yeah, sure Shifty. You know lots of stuff, right? So why wasn’t Joe Biden arrested and convicted for abuse of power when he did it? Clearly they did the same thing. Kinda. Think about that. Take all the time you need.

That goes for you at home, too.

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