If Daniel Goldman could go back in time and change his testimony when he was being interrogated by Rep. Doug Collins, I'd almost bet money that he would do it.

As the Democrats' main impeachment attorney and the guy who Schiff stuck in the hearing instead of himself, he really messed up.

Goldman admitted to Congress that former Vice President and current presidential candidate Joe Biden was engaged in a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine. And it's obvious because we've all seen the video, the Democrats just completely ignore it.

Goldman admitted that Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion in loan guarantees until the leading prosecutor for Ukraine who was investigating the company his son Hunter Biden sat on the board of was fired.

Rep. Collins asked Goldman, “Did [Biden] ask for something, request something, and hold something of value?” (Adam Schiff would call that a quid pro quo)

Goldman responded, “He did.” Then he tried to justify it as being related to U.S. policy, but Collins cut him off before he could.

Collins proclaimed that “Joe Biden … is the only one who’s done a quid pro quo.” Collins continued, “Joe Biden’s a terrible candidate! He can destroy himself on the campaign trail, but he can’t get by this.”

But you know, this isn't what you see in the media. Instead they selectively choose what to show and what not to show in order to get you to accept their narrative without question. For many, that strategy works, but for us Americans who really know what's going on, they can't fool us. And the media may even try and explain it away as I've seen them try to do so many times before, but honestly, watch the video below for yourself and see what is said. It is 100% a quid pro quo.

What President Trump did is not even in the same ballpark as what former Vice President Joe Biden did.

You can watch the exchange below.

I don't why the Democrats are fighting against President Trump when they should, in reality, be prosecuting Joe Biden.

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