House Judiciary Ranking Member Doug Collins is claiming that he has spoken to many Democrats who have concerns about the way the impeachment process was conducted by top Democrats.
According to Town Hall:
Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer asked House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins (R-GA) for his immediate response, noting that despite their efforts, it doesn't look like Republicans can stop the Democratic-led impeachment.
"We've never thought we could stop this train Bill," Collins agreed. "They've been on this train since November 2016. They just had to find the motive, the means, and the opportunity."
Take a look at their articles, Collins suggested. The term "abuse of power" is "so ambiguous and so vague" that it's hard to even define and "they can make it up on the fly." It gives them "cover" to say whatever they want to say.
The Republican said he's spoken to a lot of Democrats off the dais, to find that "many are concerned that the process is going way too fast." They're also worried about the "trashing of the House rules," such as House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler's refusal to hold a minority hearing so Republicans can question their own set of witnesses.
Collins did not hesitate when he said the Democrats would vote to impeach President Trump before Christmas.
Top GOPer on Judiciary Cmte Collins:— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) December 10, 2019
I wouldn’t be surprised if they tried to make one (article of impeachment) fail
Collins suggests that because it would help moderate Democrats who are skeptical of impeachment