While appearing on Sunday’s edition of “Meet the Press,” impeachment coup leader Jerrold Nadler suggested that anyone who votes against impeachment is not a “patriot.”

“Well, I don’t know how he will take acquittal. I don’t know he’ll be acquitted. The Senators are going to have to decide, the House members first are going to have to decide and then the Senators will have to decide in the face of an abundance of uncontested evidence the President poses a threat to our election,” he said.

“He put his own interests above the interests of the country, are they going to be patriots or partisans?” he asked, suggesting that those who vote against impeachment aren’t patriotic.

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