Video: Shifty Comrade Schiff refuses to let GOP Rep ask Yovanovich question in sham impeachment hearing

On Friday, Rep. Adam Schiff, the California Democrat running the sham impeachment hearing against Donald Trump, refused to let a Republican representative ask fired Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch any questions after Rep. Devin Nunes recognized her for that very purpose.

As soon as she began asking questions, Schiff banged the gavel and prevented her from speaking.

Here’s video, as posted to Twitter by ABC News:

Here’s just some of the response:


Prior to this, Nunes observed that Yovanovitch had absolutely no first-hand knowledge of any of the allegations central to the impeachment inquiry.

Steve Castor, the GOP counsel, picked up questioning of Yovanovitch.


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