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MSNBC Host Becomes Enraged On Live TV After GOP Lawmaker Calls Her A ‘Democrat Operative’

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MSNBC host Symone Sanders and GOP congressman Tim Burchett engaged in a heated debate regarding the House’s impeachment investigation into President Joe Biden.

Burchett defended the inquiry, citing alleged lawbreaking by the Bidens, while Sanders emphasized the lack of evidence for high crimes or misdemeanors committed by the president.

The discussion turned personal, with Burchett calling Sanders a “Democrat operative,” and Sanders highlighting the absence of evidence against Biden. (Trending: Obama Reveals His Fear For Joe Ahead Of 2024)

The conversation also delved into financial transactions and overseas dealings involving Hunter Biden, with Burchett referencing bank documents and tax crimes.

“I do just want to note that, again, the documents reviewed by NBC News, they show that the president made $200,000 on his brother in 2018. The 40k you talk about, bank records that the oversight committee themselves saw, show that the president made a wire transfer when he was not the president to James Biden, the 40k. Payments were to Hunter Biden were for a 2018 Ford Raptor truck that Joe Biden purchased that Hunter Biden was using. I don’t know. I haven’t heard a high crime or misdemeanor yet,” Sanders said.

“Are you going to let me answer the question, ma’am? I know you’re a Democrat operative, you’ve worked for a Democratic consulting firm…” Burchett said.

“We’re out of time, but we’re going to do it,” Sanders shot back.

“I did use to advise a number of individuals. I have also advised some corporations and companies. But here I’m just here to be an advocate for the viewer.”

“And I will ask you one last time, what is the evidence that the committee has that Joe Biden, while he was president, committed a high crime, misdemeanor or treason? Because that is the bar for an impeachment inquiry.”

“Well you have to ask yourself, ma’am, why does a vice president or a president get $40,000 through a Chinese communist corporation?” Burchett pressed.

Before shutting Burchett down, Sanders told viewers there is “no evidence” that Biden “committed a high crime or misdemeanor while he was president.”

The exchange reflects the ongoing partisan divide over the impeachment inquiry and allegations against the Biden family.

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