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Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., said on Tuesday that if the President refuses to Trump, send the documents and witnesses, the house Democrats, requested the prosecution’s request, “We can only conclude that you’re guilty,” sparking critics on Twitter, to accuse him before the President is guilty until proven innocent.
“In America, not to hide innocent people and hide the evidence,” Swalwell s added, in his interview with CNN ‘ Wolf Blitzer. “You are on the way, and they want to cooperate, and the President is behaving like a very guilty person now.”
Among those was the perfect Swalwell designs Ben Williamson, communications director for Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N. C.
“I think the Fifth Amendment was only repealed, on live television,” Williamson wrote.
In a Twitter message earlier on Tuesday, Swalwell compared had what he described as an asset to the blockade policy by the use of a metaphor from the Sport of drug testing in Major League Baseball.
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“[I]f a baseball player refuses to take a drug test, MLB is treated as a positive result. Why? Only a player would be who would test dirty, refuse a test,” he wrote. “Why doesn’t @realDonaldTrump the witnesses or documents to the Congress send? Because he had test dirty.”
But critics on Twitter Swalwell argument to buy.
“Eric, the odd thing about the US, you are innocent until proven guilty. Not his responsibility to prove he is innocent, to prove your responsibility, that he is guilty. Of course, you missed tweeted the school on this day!” a critic.
“guilty until proven innocent”, the motto of the liberal creeps like you,” another wrote.
“Did you seriously only the impeachment of a President to a drug test in baseball try to compare? The idiocy is bleeding through my computer screen,” a third Twitter user commented.
Trump has blocked several witnesses, and testify before the Congress, including acting chief of staff of the White house Mick Mulvaney, the former national security adviser John Bolton and the foreign Minister, Mike Pompeo.
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The house is expected to vote on impeachment on Wednesday.