Witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial: Yes or No?

This week, Republican Senators reportedly began discussing a strategy of "witness reciprocity" for President Trump's impeachment trial. The idea is that if Democrats call former Trump national security adviser John Bolton to testify on the Ukraine scandal, then Republicans get to hear from Hunter Biden. Or if Rudy Giuliani takes the stand, so does the so-called "whistleblower."

Since the House voted to impeach our Commander-in-Chief in December, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has been reluctant to add witnesses in the Senate trial. That way, this second Witch Hunt against the President could end as quickly as possible. But now, he's said to be "open" to the idea of letting Democrats call trial witnesses, if the GOP can, too.

Grassfire wants to know what you think. So we're inviting you and other team members to take our new, "Senate Trial Witnesses?" QuickPoll. Please tell us if you support introducing new testimony during the upcoming impeachment trial.


If you agree that the GOP should allow additional witnesses in an effort to get the Bidens and the so-called "whistleblower" to testify, click here or on the "YES!" image below. If you think McConnell should NOT allow ANY witnesses, so the trial can end as quickly as possible, click here or on the "NO!" image below.

Thanks, in advance, for taking action via our "Senate Trial Witnesses?" QuickPoll. We'll reveal the final results once we reach 10,000 votes.

For liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

P.S. QuickPolls are not scientific, nor do they endorse a specific candidate or position. Grassfire polls are for informational purposes only.


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