A year ago, CNN’s Don Lemon asked what is President Trump hiding? A month ago, MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace asked the same question. Yesterday on FNC’s The Five, Juan Williams asked the same question. Since this seems to be the Democrats’ favorite question, let’s try and determine what they’re talking about.

Yesterday, the Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee voted to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress. (This is as meaningful as finding out whether unicorns are real.) During the course of that kangaroo court, we learned that Part II, aka the obstruction of justice part, of the Mueller Report was 182 pages long from Rep. Tom McClintock, (R-Calif.) Later, we learned that a whopping total of 6 lines were redacted from those 182 pages.

That isn’t even enough to qualify as a rounding error.

Here’s a question for showboating Democrats. How is it possible to hide evidence of obstruction of justice in just 6 lines? Here’s another question. Is it possible to hide evidence of obstruction of justice 6 lines? Let’s remember that these 6 lines aren’t consecutive in the report. They’re spaced throughout those 182 pages.

What this provides is a picture of how intellectually unimpressive House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, (D-NY), is. Based on his performance thus far, I’m betting that boxes of cereal have more gravitas than Chairman Nadler. Then again, some of the sideline commentators aren’t the brightest bulbs in the chandelier, either:

Let’s be clear about something. Jerry Nadler is the opposite of a principled person. Nobody mistakes him for a man of integrity.

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