There's various theories about how Senate Republicans should deal with impeachment.
Do they try to bring Hunter Biden in to show the true corruption?
Or just shut it down the moment the House sends it over?
Scott Adams agrees with the simple plan.
Adams argued that “the public can’t follow it all” when it comes to the intricate details of this impeachment charade, and that it would be wise for Republicans to keep their message as short and sweet as possible.
“If the Republicans can come forward with 1 or 2 sentences to dismiss the charges of impeachment, that is the only thing the news has to talk about on your side,” Adams said.