Twitter users posting the hashtag were largely responding to a comparison the House Minority Leader made between the the Horowitz Report's contents and Watergate.
The conservative attorney's remarks came in response to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's assertion that the FBI investigation of Trump's campaign was a "modern-day Watergate."
"In the House, we had, I think, 38 members of the Democratic party vote to open the [impeachment] inquiry [against Clinton]," Joe Lockhart noted.
"I don't care what side you're on, but what they have done by being a law enforcement agency inside America to use that for their own purpose, their own political gain, is wrong," McCarthy said of the Russia investigation.
GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy railed against Adam Schiff Sunday, accusing him of single-handedly dictating the impeachment inquiry he described as a "calculated coup."
The "Face the Nation moderator said that Mike Pence replacing Trump in the event of impeachment would not "undo the election results" as McCarthy had told her.
Social media users pointed out that several of the men on Trump's side of the table appeared to be avoiding looking at both Pelosi and Trump.
Donald Trump and his supporters have repeatedly argued that the impeachment inquiry is overtly "partisan" and a "witch hunt."
Before Pelosi had a chance to respond, Twitter had more than a few suggestions for the speaker of the House.
Amash, once a member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, left the Republican Party in July and became an Independent after becoming the first and only member of his party to call for Trump's impeachment based on evidence from the Mueller report.
At least two high-level Republican lawmakers blamed video game violence for "dehumanizing" people and encouraging the El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio mass shootings over the past 24 hours.
"I believe this is about ideology. This is about socialism vs. freedom," said House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a Republican.
The president expressed an openness to receiving opposition research on his political opponents from foreign adversaries in an ABC News interview this week.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) on Tuesday called House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy a "so-called leader" and accused him of not having read special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Thursday he opposes Alabama's abortion law because it doesn't include exceptions for rape, incest and the life of the mother, which he falsely claimed are part of the Republican platform.
McCarthy claimed that health care and college tuition reform risk collapsing the U.S. economy.
Rudy Giuliani's assertion that President Donald Trump has the "absolute right" to pardon himself was criticized by several top Republicans who view it as a "terrible" move that legally reveals an admission of guilt.
The Google search page listed Nazism as an ideology of the California Republican Party.
Despite his love for processed food, Trump "is in excellent health," a White House physician reported.
Republican Representative Richard Hanna said the committee was designed to go after the Democratic candidate.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, abruptly dropped out on Thursday.
Kevin McCarthy, the front-runner to take control of the House of Representatives, quit the race on Thursday.
The heavy favorite bowed out in an unexpected move as the House Republican Conference met Thursday.