Judge Jeanine Pirro rebuked Democratic opinion host Juan Williams on “The Five” during a heated debate over the impeachment inquiry.
Williams — who thinks President Trump should be impeached and removed based on third-hand hearsay testimony — slammed Trump supporters, saying they’re trivializing the hearings.
“I get the impression that what the Right is saying is here: ‘Oh, please don’t watch. Don’t pay attention to impeachment,'” Williams said.
Juan then cited a new ABC News/Ipsos poll claiming that 51% of Americans think the president should be impeached, and that 67% of Americans watching the impeachment hearings think Trump should be removed.
Like millions of Americans, Judge Jeanine was skeptical of the latest poll, considering how wrong the anti-Trump polls have been over the past four years. Pirro suggested that the media’s nonstop biased reporting against the president is gaslighting Americans.
“They’re trashing [President Trump] every day!” Pirro said.
Williams responded: “Oh stop!”
Pirro quipped: “Don’t tell me to stop it. I’m a judge.”
Williams fired back: “For a judge, you should know better.”
That’s when an annoyed Pirro replied: “Do not go there!”
(Source: The Five)
“The Five” co-host Jesse Watters dismissed the latest poll, and said it’s obvious that the mainstream media — which is more than 80% left-wing — is trying to brainwash Americans into supporting impeachment.
“There’s a lot of people out there brainwashed by the mainstream media,” Watters observed.
Co-host Greg Gutfeld joked that fortunately, not too many Americans can watch the partisan mainstream-media impeachment coverage because most of them are working, thanks to Trump.
Gutfeld retorted: “We’ve brought so many Americans back to work. They can’t watch this brainwash going on.”
According to Nielsen Media Research data, Day 1 of the impeachment hearings drew only 13.8 million viewers.
By Day 2, viewership plunged to 12.7 million, showing that impeachment fatigue has already set in. Keep in mind that the U.S. population tops 329 million.
In other words, most Americans are not watching this political theater. They’re working and living their lives.
As BizPac Review reported, Greg Gutfeld has repeatedly pointed out that the sham impeachment will ultimately backfire on Democrats.
“[The impeachment] is going to be D.O.A. and it’s going to be a self-destructive folly,” Gutfeld said. “The Democrats are deliberately handicapping themselves with a losing battle. It’s ‘collusion’ times 10.”
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Gutfeld pointed out that despite the Democrats’ breathless assertions that Republicans will support the impeachment, “not a single Republican voted for the inquiry despite the media and the Never-Trumpers publicly dreaming and wishing it to be so.”
In fact, two Democrats voted against impeachment. Based on this tenuous support, Gutfeld warned Democrats that the Republican-led Senate will kill impeachment as soon as it comes before them.
“That’s not going to bode well for the Senate,” Gutfeld said. “Pelosi’s [House] vote should tell you everything you need to know about this circus. It’s going to fail. It’s going to have an emotional fallout that’s way worse than ‘The Bachelor’ at the very end getting a ‘no.’”
Gutfeld continued: “There’s going to be no Watergate and he’s going to win reelection. What are you going to do then?”
The Democrats are trying to unilaterally impeach Trump because they claim that he had pressured Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden’s alleged abuse of power as vice president.
However, the transcript that the White House released contradicts these accusations.
Moreover, the Ukrainian president and Ukraine’s foreign minister have both stated that President Trump did not pressure them or make any demands.
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