Gleeful Bee Reacts to Sondland Testimony: 'I've Come Down With a Case of Impeachment Fever'


Not surprisingly, left-wing comedian Samantha Bee elected to open Wednesday's edition of Full Frontal by talking about her favorite topic: the impeachment inquiry. Bee apologized that her voice "sounds a little hoarse," noting "it's just because I've come down with a case of impeachment fever, baby!" Bee went on to declare "it is a beautiful day" because "Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland just implicated basically everyone who's ever set foot in the Trump White House." After playing a clip of Sondland's testimony where he implied a quid pro quo, Bee proclaimed "I think we can all take our impeachment balls and go home now because that is the whole ballgame."  The TBS host also took glee in the fact that Sondland appeared to catch House Intelligence Committee Ranking Republican Devin Nunes off guard, causing House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff to announce a five to 10-minute break. According to Bee, Schiff basically said "we're going to take a five to 10-minute break so we don't have to watch a grown man cry." While she mocked Sondland as a "piece of shit" and a "delightful dirtbag idiot," she closed her monologue by describing him as a "firsthand witness to this conspiracy and he confirmed that the President, the Vice President, the Chief of Staff, and the Secretary of State all knew about it." Appearing to reverse her earlier mockery of Sondland, Bee claimed "I, for one, am grateful for this patriotic American." However, she quickly reverted back to her mockery, announcing "I can't wait for his future reality show, 'Who Wants to Be Screwed by a Millionaire?' Just kidding. F*** this guy." 

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