Republican’s Hypocrisy and Double Standards Exposed

Video Revealing GOP Impeachment Hypocrisy

Some Republican lawmakers in Congress who downplay Donald Trump’s alleged felonies have a big problem – videotape. MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent, Ari Melber, examines footage of 14 current Republican senators who are on the record, advocating for charging a president with obstruction in the 1990s.


In 1998 Lindsey Graham advocated Impeachment against Bill Clinton, yet is failing to advocate Impeachment against Trump for far worse than offenses Clinton committed


Lindsey Graham 12-18-1998: Nixon failed to comply with subpoenas from Congress, causing Impeachment

Article 3 of Impeachment against Richard Nixon was based on the idea that Nixon as President, failed to comply with subpoenas from Congress. This robbed Congress of it’s oversight duties and subjected him to Impeachment.


Proof Mitch McConnell Once Cared About Obstruction of Justice


Why Mike Pompeo is the “Secretary of Hypocrisy”

MSNBC’s David Gura goes on a trip down memory lane sparked by Secretary Mike Pompeo’s comments the State Department is being bullied.


How Trump’s Latest Threats Reveal Republicans’ Hypocrisy


Trump tampered with witnesses and lied. These Senate Republicans voted to oust Bill Clinton for doing the same; Mitch McConnell, Chuck Grassley, Lindsey Graham, Richard Burr, Pat Roberts, Mike Crapo, Mike Enzi, James Inhofe, Richard Shelby, Roy Blunt, Jerry Moran, Rob Portman, Roger Wicker and John Thune

This video compares the way in which Republican senators approached Clinton’s impeachment crisis with how they are now treating Trump and the Russia investigation.


More Video Of Republican Hypocrisy On Impeachment

Watch Republican Senator John Thune condemn a president lying to the American people when it’s a Democratic President.

Republican John Thune stated on the House floor in 1998, “Lying to the American people is a betrayal of trust. The pattern of deception and dishonesty that acts as a bodyguard to this president strikes at the very core of his ability to lead. Either the president chooses contempt or complete disregard — or his conscience is so diminished as to leave him unable to discern the truth from his lies” citing his reasons why Bill Clinton should be impeached.

Today, Thune is a high-ranking member of the Republican Senate, one of the craven Trump enablers who refuses to put country over party.

Republicans has shown their Hypocrisy by pursuing the impeachment of Bill Clinton while refusing to impeach or criticize Donald Trump.


Republicans dismissed President Trump asking acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 election as casual conversation but were outraged over a similar incident between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton.


Republicans Shamed for Protecting ‘Pathetic’ Trump and Barr

Rep. Eric Swalwell condemned congressional Republicans for protecting a ‘pathetic’ President Trump from facing the consequences of his actions.


Examples shown in this video of what hypocrites Fox program hosts are


What If Fox News Covered Trump the Way It Covered Obama?


Sean Hannity was all for NSA surveillance when George W. Bush was president, but now he blames President Obama for NSA surveillance snooping and claims it’s a violation of the 4th Amendment.


GOP Exposed as Hypocrites on Presidential Orders

For eight years, Republicans often skewered President Obama for the executive orders he issued from the Oval Office. Now however, they seem to be cheering Donald Trump on for his own orders. House Speaker Paul Ryan, who called a handful of orders Obama issued a year ago aimed at reducing gun violence “a dangerous level of executive overreach,” has expressed nothing by support for Trump’s. Meanwhile, Jeff Sessions, who is now Trump’s attorney general nominee, once called Obama “emperor” for his use of executive action on immigration. Sessions has not yet commented on Trump’s dozen presidential actions during his first week as president.


Sen. Michael Bennet on Republican’s Fiscal Discipline Hypocrisy


Donald Trump criticized Barack Obama endlessly for Golfing.  As president, Trump has played golf almost 175 times since taking office, at a cost to taxpayers of $102 million. That’s nearly twice as often as President Obama played over his eight years in office.


Donald Trump and Sean Hannity were both against Wikileaks Assange. After Wikileaks Julian Assange helped Trump by releasing criminally hacked / stolen DNC emails, Trump and Hannity now loves Wikileaks Julian Assange, proving both are Hypocrites.


Benghazi Investigations Politically Motivated

There were 60 embassy deaths under George W. Bush, but no endless investigations into those deaths by Republicans

It’s clear that Republicans endless Benghazi investigations were motivated by politics and hate for President Obama and to discredit Hillary Clinton.