Doh!!! ‘Preoccupied’ Jerrold Nadler Mistakenly Referred to Hope Hicks as ‘Ms. Lewandowski’… Three Separate Times!!

Elder Patriot – What could make the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee mistakenly refer to the same witness by the wrong name three separate times during an interview?

The following excerpts are reprinted from the transcript of former presidential advisor Hope Hicks’ testimony before the House Judiciary Committee that is chaired by Jerrold Nadler (D-NY):

Nancy Pelosi has assembled quite the team of chairpersons, don’t ya think?

Two months ago, Maxine Waters (D-CA) Chairperson of the House Financial Services committee convened a meeting of some of the world’s leading bankers to question them about their roles in the student loan mess.  

Low I.Q. Maxine only then learned they had exited the student loan business almost a decade earlier after Barack Obama took over the student loan industry, something she voted in favor of at the time.  HTF is she head of such an important committee?

It was only last month when we learned that Maya Rockeymore, the wife of the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Elijah Cummings, received millions of dollars from special interest groups that had business before his committee.  

It appears the only oversight Cummings’ is interested in is preventing anyone (Trump?) from upsetting his gravy train.

Now the bumbling ‘preoccupied’ Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jerrold Nadler can’t even remember the name of the witness that he called.

Nadler is trying to gather evidence to use to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump.  What could be more important that he would be preoccupied? Was his car double-parked in front of the Capitol Building?  Did he misplace his hemorrhoid cream?

Perhaps Nadler’s preoccupation has something to do with President Trump having survived the corrupt Obama orchestrated Democrat-Intel Community-Mainstream Media complex attempt to remove him from office and his fear that he, and his party, is in the process of being exposed as a criminal syndicate.