Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) called the impeachment trial that Democrats filed against President Donald Trump a “political farce.”

She also said no more witnesses or documents are needed in the final stage of the trial being conducted in the Senate, according to one of her articles published on Fox News.

“Our job is to review impeachment, not expand it,” said  Blackburn emphasizing that the Senate will make its decision fairly and quickly.

There will be no more documents or witnesses because it is necessary to attend to other functions that are proper to the Senate, for the benefit of the country, such as trade negotiations with the Chinese regime and with Japan, and attending to religious freedom, among others.

For Blackburn, President Trump’s innocence is beyond doubt, and she assures that the citizens want him to be re-elected because he has fulfilled his promises.

She called the Democratic-driven impeachment a disgrace and said it was partisan-motivated.

She described as contradictory the claims of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, who after saying that they had evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors perpetrated by the president asked the Senate to look for more evidence.

Blackburn was blunt in stating that the strategy mounted by the Democrats to involve the Senate in their dirty work had “failed miserably.”

Opponents of the Democratic Party have attempted to remove Trump through various processes that have proven to be false, and in which Trump has instead been strengthened in his management and before this nation.

They accused President Trump of pressuring the Ukrainian government to investigate the former vice president and now presidential candidate Joe Biden, who is likely to be his opponent in this year’s elections.

The White House denied the accusations made against the president and, in fact, published the actual transcripts of the talks held between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

Now, the impeachment process will be defined in the Senate, and according to the statements of several senators, including Blackburn, President Trump will be quickly acquitted given the absence of any crime.

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