Schumer says GOP forming "conspiracy caucus”

In a statement on the House's announcement that they will bring two articles of impeachment, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, against President Trump Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer claims that some GOP members of the Senate are forming their own “conspiracy caucus" and are pushing known Russian propaganda.

"Instead of coming up with a factual rebuttal, the President, his defenders in Congress and the right-wing media machine have turned to wild conspiracy theories that have been debunked and rejected...Here in the Senate, unfortunately, certain members of the Grand Old Party are forming their own conspiracy caucus."

Schumer seems to be trying to make the "conspiracy caucus" a thing going into what will assuredly be an impeachment trial in the Senate; he said the same thing after the release of the report from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz on the origins of the Russia-Trump investigation that found the claims made by Trump and his defenders to be baseless.

Conspiracy Caucus sounds like a late night radio show, but it's not bad.



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