Published On: Wed, Dec 4th, 2019

Trump Impeachment Inquiry A ‘Railroad Job,’ Began ‘With Tears In Brooklyn In November 2016,’ Doug Collins Says

Ranking member Doug Collins (R-GA) speaks prior to testimony by constitutional scholars before the House Judiciary Committee.

During his opening statement on Wednesday, Rep. Doug Collins, the highest ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, blasted the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump as a “simple railroad job,” The New York Post reports.

“There’s no fact witnesses planned for this committee. That’s an interesting thing. There’s no plan at all except next week an ambiguous hearing. A presentation from the other committee that sent us the report,” he began, referring to the House Intelligence Committee lead by Adam Schiff.

“This is not an impeachment. This is just a simple railroad job. And today’s is a waste of time,” the lawmaker continued.

Echoing statements made by other Republicans in the United States Congress, Collins alleged that the impeachment inquiry is a continuation of the Democrats’ effort to remove Trump from the White House, without defeating him at the ballot box.

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Trump Impeachment Inquiry A ‘Railroad Job,’ Began ‘With Tears In Brooklyn In November 2016,’ Doug Collins Says