The House Judiciary Committee's upcoming step in the impeachment process will once again be unfair to Republicans, Rep. Mark Meadows said Wednesday.
"We'll hear from three Democrat witnesses [and] only one Republican witness," the North Carolina Republican told Fox News' "Fox and Friends." "I don't see anything that is fair."
The committee will hold its first hearing on Dec. 4, and chairman Jerry Nadler said it will feature legal experts who will examine the constitutional grounds for impeachment and "explore the framework put in place to respond to serious allegations of impeachable misconduct."
They're "really not talking about factual evidence," said Meadows. "It will be more like a law class. They will come in and say the president's actions warrant impeachment."
But there is one thing that is known: Democrats have "now issued more subpoenas than bills signed into law," said Meadows. "That fact won't change."
But instead, the Judiciary Committee is "talking about bringing in professors, having a history class," said Meadows. "Listen, the American people are seeing through it. The polls are moving toward the president's side of the ledger and ultimately what this comes down to is the American people are tired of it. You are tired of it. I am tired of it."
Meadows said there will probably be another hearing based on House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff's report, which the Judiciary Committee will likely get next week.
"Then you will have another series of hearings, probably an impeachment vote right before Christmas," said Meadows, "but really there is not any new evidence. In fact, the new evidence that keeps coming out is actually supportive of the fact that the president made the right call on Ukrainian aid."
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