Andrew McCarthy on the Media’s Biden Impeachment Inquiry Spin: “To Say There’s Not Evidence is Crazy”

Andrew McCarthy, Fox News Contributor, Former Assistant U.S. Attorney For Southern District Of NY, Author of Ball Of Collusion: The Plot To Rig An Election And Destroy A Presidency, joined the Guy Benson Show to discuss the new impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. The two talk about how the mainstream media has refused to cover the story in an objective light, and they point out the hypocrisy between Biden’s potential impeachment and the lack of evidence that was used to impeach former President Trump. Listen to the full interview below:

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Andy had this to say about the Biden impeachment inquiry:

“(Saying there’s no evidence) is a stupid thing to say because, you know, there’s obviously a lot of evidence. It doesn’t mean there’s proof beyond a reasonable doubt. But to say there’s not evidence is crazy. But what if we put all of the payments that they can already prove… we put the $20 million on the side like it never happened? If there was a reliable FBI informant who was told by a Ukrainian oligarch that he had bribed, say, Donald Trump and Eric Trump $10 Million. Do you think there’s a single Democrat or a single journalist at The New York Times who would say there was not enough evidence to investigate?”