Fox News Channel’s Jesse Watters believes Democrats are setting themselves up for failure in their latest attempt to take down President Trump.
From Russia to Ukraine, Democrats have relentlessly harassed Trump with allegations of wrongdoing and election meddling.
The latest allegation involves a conversation between Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky and Trump where the two discussed a wide arrange of topics including possible election meddling – by the DNC – and Joe Biden’s son’s sketchy business dealings with Ukraine.
That last point is where Watters believes Dems are worried and could get burned.
“The Democrats are trying to impeach Trump for crimes they, themselves committed,” Watters said on FNC’s “The Five” on Wednesday. “These are nasty, ruthless, destructive, hypocritical people,” the Fox host said of Dems in relentless pursuit of ousting Trump.
The phone call between the two leaders has become the center of a presidential impeachment inquiry. But, the newly released transcript of the call doesn’t prove that Trump was strongarming Zelesnky with a “quid pro quo” as alleged by Dems.
It does, however, show that Trump was clearly concerned about wrongdoing by Democrats.
Watters declared he is “up to the challenge” of debunking the liberal media spin covering the exchange between Trump and Zelensky.
Video via Fox News.
The American people are “being lied to,” Watters said. “Donald Trump has taken a sledgehammer to the ruling class, and the ruling class is fighting back hard as hell and they’re never going to stop.”
Watters pointed out how Trump beat Russia “spy gate” and exposed Hillary’s corruption. Now, that Trump is hot on Biden’s trail, Democrats will do anything to stop him.
Bottom line, “they want to impeach [Trump] for exposing Biden’s corruption,” Watters said.
Watters claimed that “the left” doesn’t believe Biden’s shady dealings with Ukraine and China are “a crime.”
“They think it’s a crime for Trump to say, ‘hey can you look into that?'” Watters said.
“The Five” host argued that as Chief Executive of the United States, Trump has every reason to look into possible criminal activity by top officials. Democrats are basically saying Joe Biden and his family “are above the law,” Watters continued.
“Biden can’t be looked into by the current administration and he can’t be looked into by the Ukrainian administration,” Watters said. “So, Joe Biden gets a free pass.”
Watters blasted Dems for declaring that Trump can’t enlist an ally to look at possible wrongdoing when Democrats have done the exact same thing during Obama’s term.
“They enlisted multiple allies, including the Ukraine to look into Trump and his people, on no basis!
“Yet, this time, the evidence is right in front of us.”
The whistleblower complaint that sparked the probe into Trump’s conversation was exposed on Thursday. The revelation even had CNN’s Cuomo admitting it made Biden look guilty.
Whistleblower complaint gets declassified; Cuomo admits Biden was one caught in quid pro quo https://t.co/TiEOFGHbmS
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 26, 2019
Watters suspects the fervor over Trump’s conversation with Zelensky is all a ploy to divert attention from the findings in John Durham’s investigation.
Durham is expected to conclude and release findings in DOJ investigation into FISA abuse by former Obama admin officials. The alleged FISA abuse is believed to have occurred in order to spark an investigation into Trump and “Russian collusion.”
Now that “ Russian collusion” has been debunked, and a probe into its origins is underway, Democrats are scrambling.
FISA declassification is coming?Durham report is coming?take a back seat you Buffon
— Sandra Allen (@SandraLeeAllen) September 24, 2019
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