Amen to that Bob.
One thing that really bothered me about Jim Jordan today was when he pushed Gordon Sondland to state that the only first-hand direction he had from Trump regarding Ukraine was, "no quid pro quo." Jordan really emphasized that point and made a big deal about it, implying if the only first-hand testimony the Democrats have is Trump saying, "no quid pro quo," then the impeachment was over and Trump was completely exonerated.
At first I thought Jim Jordan had a point.
Then it came to light that Trump said, "no quid pro quo," to Sondland on the day that the House announced its investigation into Trump and Ukrainian quid pro quo. Well, no duh that Trump would suddenly start saying, "no quid pro quo." He had been caught red-handed and he was suddenly trying to cover his tracks.
Jim Jordan had to have known, when he drove Sondland to say that Trump had said, "no quid pro quo," that the timing of that conversation was after the cat had been let out of the bag.
Jim Jordan's attempt to use a misleading quote to defend Trump is exactly why I have a low opinion of him and his cohorts on these impeachment hearings.