Nadler Flirts Further With Impeachment As He Declares Mueller Report Shows ‘Multiple Crimes’

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House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) is in total denial about the Special Counsel’s underlining conclusion that there is “no collusion, no conspiracy” and the Department of Justice confirmed there was “no obstruction.”

Nadler, however, continues to beat the conspiracy drum to his radical base and claimed that “obstruction” in the Mueller report shows that the President committed “multiple crimes”, so he is going to push forward with impeachment, splitting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).

“We’re investigating all the things we would investigate frankly in an impeachment inquiry,” he said during an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN.

Nadler fumbled and mumbled as he tried to spin up his anti-Trump rhetoric and claimed, “Um, we are starting, uh with uh, with uh, uh, the Mueller report, which shows, I think, it shows ample evidence of multiple…uh… uh… crimes…of uh… obstruction of justice and abuse of power.”

(Related: Team Mueller Caught Manipulating Transcripts To Make Them Appear More Damaging)

He added, “And we will have a testimony about that. It very well may come to a formal impeachment inquiry… uh, we will see.” (Continued Below)

However, Pelosi on Wednesday reportedly told congressional Democrats that she hopes to see President Trump in prison versus impeachment.

(Related: Pelosi Reportedly ‘Wants To See Trump In Prison’, Lisa Boothe Fires Back: ‘This Is A Political Exercise & Charade’)

According to several sources that have surfaced, the House Speaker reportedly said during a meeting, “I don’t want to see him impeached, I want to see him in prison.” (Video Below)


Nadler went on to say, “When that decision has to be made, it will be made not by any one individual, it will be made probably by the caucus as a whole. Certainly, Nancy will have the largest single voice in it.”

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“He’s an honest, honorable person. Unlike the White House, which is defying congressional subpoenas… I cannot imagine that Mr. Mueller would defy the law. He’s an honorable person,” Nadler suggested of Mueller appearing before Congress.

And straight from the horse’s mouth:

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And of course, Nadler found a star witness for his circus: John Dean.

(Related: Jordan Cuts Through What John Dean’s Pending Testimony Is Really All About: ‘Dems Focus Is On ‘Getting [Trump]’)

He further said on Twitter, “Evidence of obstruction of justice demands investigation and accountability and that is what we plan to do. This is the kind of subject matter we plan to explore in our hearing on Monday.”

We leave you with Peter Daou who noted, “Troubling interview with Nader, adding this is bad for the country.”

(Related: Jeanine Shreds Mueller For His Inability To Make A Decision On Obstruction: ‘Are You Stupid?’)