Whoopi Goldberg Accuses Trump of “trying to dismantle our system of law” After POTUS Put Adam Schiff In His Place


The ladies on the View did not take the news that Adam Schiff and the hapless Democrats got outfoxed again by the Trump administration.

Adam Schiff was thought to be the Democrats best hope to try to drive home to the American people that Trump should be impeached.

Considering the other choice was Jerry Nadler who looked lost and overmatched when he tried to question Corey Lewandosky, Pelosi had little choice but to pick Schiff.


But Schiff has proven not up to the job and looks listless and confused and was caught unaware when Trump simply told him to go pound sand today.

How he did not see that coming is a mystery but it shows you how out of touch the left is, so what does Whoopi do?

Does she complain about the Dems lack of strategy or bash them for being incompetent? No, she blames Trump and says he is dismantling the rule of law.

He is doing no such thing, he is simply playing the game, using the rule of law, better than the Democrats.

Ultimately America wants strength not weakness in our leaders and for this reason, Trump will easily win reelection.

From Fox News:

“The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg accused President Trump of trying to break down the United States’ legal norms by blocking an ambassador from testifying Tuesday about the Ukraine controversy.

 She and her co-hosts were discussing the State Department’s decision to prevent Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, from testifying during a closed-door session with the House Intelligence Committee. President Trump defended the decision on Tuesday, tweeting that the committee was a “totally compromised kangaroo court.”

“Stop trying to dismantle our system of law,” Goldberg said on Tuesday. “This is how we do it. It’s not perfect. It’s not great to some people but we have a whole set of laws that you have to follow and sometimes it works in your favor … and sometimes it doesn’t,” she said.

She added that the committee wasn’t a “kangaroo court.”