Levin Targets Romney, Collins & Murkowski With Three Burning Questions Over Their Support For Witnesses At Senate Trial

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Now that The President Trump’s legal team is done wrapping up their case, the question now remains on whether senators will vote to bring witnesses forward to testify at the Senate impeachment trial.

And it appears that the recent leaks from John Bolton’s manuscript to The New York Times have now increased chances of witness testimony as GOP Senators, including Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins have shown interest in hearing from Bolton and possibly others.

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On Tuesday, Mark Levin weighed in on the alleged leaks from Bolton, before targeting GOP Senators who seem likely to vote in favor of testimony from Bolton and others.

“There is nothing in the New York Times article or anywhere else that states John Bolton has first-hand knowledge or information of a quid pro quo, treason, bribery, other high crimes or misdemeanors. Nothing,” Levin tweeted.

“And the reason is, there was no quid pro quo and there is no impeachable offense,” he continued. “It doesn’t matter what’s in Bolton’s manuscript. Therefore, the only thing Bolton’s testimony could do is give a forum — an impeachment trial — for him to voice his disgruntlement.” See Below

Levin followed up by unleashing three burning questions for Romney, Collins, Murkowski and other senators who are “considering supporting witnesses.

“Question to Romney, Collins, & Murkowski: if John Bolton had evidence of an actual quid pro quo or impeachable offense, why didn’t he immediately report it to Congress or criminal authorities or ethics officials; or why didn’t go public immediately with a press conference? Answer: he had no evidence and had no evidence,” Levin tweeted.

He then asked the trio of senators, “If House Democrats didn’t have time to seek the testimony of Bolton and others because of potential litigation, why does the same litigation prospect not effect the decision to call Bolton, et al, as Senate witnesses?”

“While you indicate an interest in Bolton as a witness, why don’t you indicate any interest in Adam Schiff, the so-called whistleblower, and Hunter Biden?” Levin questioned.

He finished off by saying that his questions were not only directed at Romney, Collins and Murkowski, but also any senator “considering supporting witnesses” including “Portman, Cassidy, Alexander, and Toomy.”

Levin also addressed Democrat Senators Manchin, Sinema and Jones, who represent “Trump supporting states”, and wondered why the media isn’t giving them any pressure.

We leave you with those tweets.