Apparently looking at someone's public social media feeds is now against the law in wingnut world.
It seems there is absolutely no level of open criminality that won't be excused by Trump's Republican enablers.
Rep. Adam Schiff took apart Mitch McConnell's proposed "mockery" of an impeachment trial if the Senate allows it to proceed with no witnesses.
Fox's Laura Ingraham and Eric Trump had the gall to attack the Bidens for nepotism while lying about his family "getting out of business" when his father became president.
On the same day Lindsey Graham's name was added to the list of people being implicated by Lev Parnas in the Ukraine scandal, Graham made an appearance on Fox "news" and used mob language to attack Parnas.
Trump boasted to Fox's Laura Ingraham during an interview last Friday that Saudi Arabia deposited a billion dollars “in the bank” for US troops being sent, and that South Korea is paying $500 million for troops as well.
We may see some fleeting moments of truth telling from these Republicans, but don't hold your breath waiting for any of them to be profiles in courage.
Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani apparently doesn't understand the difference between an impeachment trial in the Senate and a criminal trial.
Just two weeks after his special on the spread of misinformation in the press, Meet the Press host Chuck Todd invited former NC Gov. Pat McCrory onto Meet The Press to accuse Democrats of using Iranian talking points.
How pathetic is it that the only question Sec. of State Mike Pompeo was asked about impeachment while making the rounds on the Sunday shows came from Fox's Chris Wallace and it was in the context of whether impeachment is "emboldening" Trump's enemies?
Sen. Elizabeth Warren explains to CNN's Jake Tapper why it's perfectly acceptable to weigh in on the evidence that's already been presented on impeachment when this administration is refusing to put forward a defense and obstructing any first-hand witnesses from testifying.
Fox's Lou Dobbs wasn't the only one who went "full North Korean News Lady" this week with praise of Dear Leader for the assassination of Iranian Quds Force Commander Qasem Soleimani.
Republican Sen. James Lankford told CBS Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan he doesn't believe Trump's a good role model for young people, but got a complete pass on how he reconciles calling himself a Christian while supporting a man like Trump.
Supposed Fox "straight news" anchor Ed Henry gave a half-hearted "apology" for his lies about the CBC's edit of the Trump cameo in Home Alone 2, and dismissed it as simply "being frivolous" during an appearance on this Sunday's Media Buzz.
Rep. Joe Kennedy weighs in on whether there's a possibility of additional articles of impeachment against Trump before he leaves office.