Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) slams convicted felon and CNN contributor John Dean for advising Lanny Davis, Michael Cohen’s lawyer, to obstruct the House Oversight Committee during a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.

Jordan also points out that Dean is a biased witness when he read tweets and other quotes Dean wrote against President Trump.

Dean is an analyst for CNN!

That’s all anyone needs to know about Dean. He’s profited from his Watergate experience so many years ago by trying to keep himself relevant as a legal analyst.

Rep. Jordan asks: “Is John Dean a credible witness?”

The focus of the testimony today is to try and push forward impeachment for President Trump even though he has been accused of nothing.

The lawyers are arguing that the president obstructed because he tried to shut down Mueller, but the president could fire Mueller if he wanted to. Even though this truth was brought out in the hearing today, the two women on the witness panel continue to beat a dead horse to try and convince the American people that our president did something wrong.

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