GOP Leader McCarthy explains how his party would like to turn the impeachment hearings into a circus if they were allowed to, and tells CBS' Margaret Brennan that they won't accept written testimony from the whistle-blower and want to out them instead.
GOP House Minority Leader first claimed he hadn't heard about it, and then rejected the offer from the whistle-blower's attorney for written testimony, under oath, directly from Republicans during an interview on this Sunday's Face the Nation.
Sean Hannity applauded the gang of 50-year old frat boys, saying it should happen every day. Kevin McCarthy nodded along.
For his part, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy acted compliant, or maybe the word should be “complicit.”
Trump-loving Republicans in the House tried to formally censure Adam Schiff for his handling of the impeachment and they failed miserably.
Are you OKAY, Kevin McCarthy? (ha)
This impeachment thing is a strain on the Republican "leadership."
It's not that House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy is unwilling to gaslight all of America, it's just that he's not very good at it.
Kevin McCarthy actually accused Scott Pelley of putting a word in his quote that McCarthy claimed wasn't there. Clearly he hasn't read the memo.
You can almost see Pelley want to walk away after House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy just keeps spewing the talking points we've all seen before.