ABC Floats Impeachment to Block SCOTUS Action, Court-Packing as ‘Retaliation’


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Not long after ABC’s Good Morning America promoted anti-Christian bigotry against possible SCOTUS nominee Judge Any Coney Barrett because she’s a “devout Catholic,” but Clinton lackey and chief anchor George Stephanopoulos used his interview with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on This Week pitch her insidious plots to block the nomination process, including impeachment. And if Senate Republicans did confirm a new justice, Stephanopoulos proposed packing the court in “retaliation.”

Before pushing for another set of partisan impeachment hearings and trial, Stephanopoulos first suggested Pelosi use ongoing negotiations with the White House over government funding to somehow stop a nomination.

“You are in the middle of negotiations over government funding. The government runs out of funding at the end of September. Is there any way we can use leverage in those negotiations to slow this nomination down,” he begged.

Pelosi wasn’t interested in a government shutdown and simply encouraged people to go out and vote because the country was in danger. That didn’t sit well with ABC’s chief anchor. He feared that even if his Democratic Party picked up seats in the House, took back control of the Senate, and won the presidency, a lame-duck Republican Senate would do their Constitutional duty to fill the seat.


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