Adam Schiff

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., talks to reporters about the release by the White House of a transcript of a call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Voldymyr Zelenskiy, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

There are many reasons why a lot of us can’t wait until the Senate’s impeachment trial is over, and one of them has to do with Never Trumper Jennifer Rubin’s embarrassing (for her) hot takes on the proceedings.

The Washington Post’s “conservative” columnist has been in a near-frenzied state since the trial began on Tuesday, gushing over the pageantry of it all while laughably suggesting that dishonest lawyers like herself need to do a better job at “denouncing dishonest lawyering.”

She’s saved her best (worst?) commentary, however, for House Intel Chair Adam Schiff (himself a dishonest lawyer). On Wednesday as Schiff was speaking on the Senate floor, Rubin could barely contain her glee. In a tweet that New York Times columnist Paul Krugman would be proud of, she spoke of how “brilliant” Schiff’s legal presentation was. “I am in awe,” she gushed:

Brilliant??

What? Neil Patrick HarrisScreen grab via Giphy.

And just today, she was giddy with excitement over House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler’s presentation:

Well, with the big exception of Nadler accidentally admitting Democrats didn’t have a case against Trump, yes, it’s totally “awesome and fascinating.”

But back to Schiff, a few folks were happy to weigh in in order to inject a bit of reality into the discussion:

Yep. She’s pretty predictable like that. Still worth documenting for the record for that inevitable moment in the future when she tries to walk it all back.

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