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The liberal hacks at CNN were like kids on Christmas morning during Wednesday’s first break in the Senate impeachment trial, offering themselves up not as journalists but valentines for lead House Impeachment Manager Adam Schiff (D-CA), calling his presentation “coherent,” “cohesive,” “dazzling,” “forceful,” “inspiring,” “powerful,” and “remarkable.”
In other words, for those of us out there that are single, we can only hope and pray to find someone who speaks to us the way CNN talks about their dearly beloved Schiff.
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Situation Room host Wolf Blitzer went first, bursting at the seams and telling viewers right off the bat that Schiff gave “a very, very powerful and forceful speech” and, if President Trump “was listening, he heard a very, very strong case from Adam Schiff why he, the President of the United States, should be convicted and removed from office.”
The Lead and State of the Union host Jake Tapper similarly trumpeted Schiff stating “very forcefully....that the reason President Trump needs to be removed from office is because he will cheat to get reelected.”
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“It was just a very factually based argument, very long, two and a half hours, but really it didn't leave much to the imagination,” he added.
Tapper eagerly then went to TDS sufferer George Conway, a man CNN has falsely claimed all morning in chyrons and headlines is a “conservative attorney.”
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At any rate, Conway gushed that “it was a remarkable presentation” and “very coherent, cohesive narrative, something that the White House doesn't have.”
Conway even swooned to the approval of chief political analyst Gloria Borger that it took quite “the physical stamina” by Schiff “to deliver that for two hours and 25 minutes.”
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He added that the use of video clips made for a “kind of inspiring constitutional and American — general American history” lesson that asked “are we really going to say...
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