Watch: Pence Stuns Dems Over Comments Caught On Hot Mic About Impeachment

The Vice President has traveled to Israel to be part of the World Holocaust Forum that is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz.

During the forum, Vice President Pence and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met up and had a discussion. Microphones did not pick up the entire conversation so it was unclear the context but what Pence said next has liberals fit to be tied.

“We are contending. He’s unstoppable, like someone else I know,” said the Vice President.

Netanyahu is also having issues in Israel and he has been faced with three indictments however many feel it is also a setup done by liberals in Israel.

His comments also are a slap in the face to House Democrats who are continuing their efforts to impeach the President. I would bet you Adam Schiff is probably going to have a meltdown when he sees this.

Pence comments come as we move into day four of the Senate impeachment process and the House Democrats’ behavior has been awful. House manager Jerry Nadler was rocked by White House Counsel Pat Cipollone after comments he made before the Senate.

During Nadler’s speech, he immediately started to accuse the White House counsel of lying and if he had said that in an actual courtroom he would have ended up being disciplined by the judge. “They lie! And lie, and lie, and lie,” he repeated.

Then when it was time for White House Counsel Pat Cipollone to speak and he turned directly to Nadler and said, “The only one who should be embarrassed, Mr. Nadler, is you, for the way you addressed this body. This is the United States Senate. You’re not in charge here. Mr. Nadler, you owe an apology to the President of the United States and his family. You owe an apology to the Senate. But most of all, you owe an apology to the American people.”

You can watch Pence’s comments below.

What was also stunning is that Hillary Clinton’s mouth may have just cost her $50 million and two teachers that floundered after trying to censure police.

NBC News