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Hah! Watch Republicans Scurry When Asked About Taylor Testimony

When have you ever seen a politician too busy to give a comment to a TV crew?
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It's like turning over a rock and watching the bugs scurry from the light!

Watch what happens when a reporter tries to get a comment from several Republican senators on Bill Taylor's bombshell testimony yesterday. They're "too busy." "Late for this hearing." Or, like Marsha Blackburn, asked if she has a comment, "No, I don't."

Because really, what is there to say? Bill Taylor kicked over the entire house of cards yesterday, the far-fetched fiction that Trump was really, really concerned about "corruption" in Ukraine but there was "NO QUID PRO QUO."

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