We’ve broadcast for over 150 hours since we launched the War Room: Impeachment podcast back in October, and honestly, it hasn’t been enough.
That’s why I get concerned when I hear sources say the president’s legal team may not use all 24 hours in defense of President Trump in the Senate trial.
There’s just so much to go through.
From the beginning of this part of the saga in 2013, to the decades of failed foreign policy decision by the bureaucrats who provided the underpinning for the Democrats’ case in the House, to the lies put forth by Adam Schiff, the whistleblower, and all the others – and that’s just scratching the surface.
Laying out the Bidens’ behavior in marrying U.S. crony capitalism with one of the most corrupt companies in one of the most corrupt nations in Europe – Burisma – would take way over 24 hours alone.
These things aren’t tangential. They’re critical to the case in defense of President Donald J. Trump, who inherited a relationship with Ukraine predicated on the Obama administration’s support for the overthrow of President Yanukovych in 2013, coupled with his inability to then help Ukraine defend its territorial integrity when Russia inevitably pushed back and invaded Crimea.