PSA: Why Schiff Disallowed Whistleblower Testimony
He repeatedly promised we'd hear directly from the whistleblower. Until we didn't.
Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and ringmaster of the Democrats’ impeachment circus, lied about his collusion with the so-called “whistleblower” who set up Donald Trump for the deep-state coup, part 2. This is a public service announcement to make clear why Schiff refused to allow the whistler to testify in the House “investigation.”
On Sept. 24, Schiff said, “We have been informed by the whistleblower’s counsel that their client would like to speak to our committee and has requested guidance from the Acting DNI as to how to do so. We’re in touch with counsel and look forward to the whistleblower’s testimony as soon as this week.” After his connections to the whistleblower were revealed, however, Schiff began to change his tune, declaring his testimony “might not be necessary.”
Schiff’s hearings are now complete, and Republicans were denied the opportunity to cross examine the whistleblower. Schiff went out of his way to interrupt his House colleagues and witnesses to stop the disclosure of his identity — widely believe to be CIA analyst Eric Ciaramella, a Democrat operative pictured above with Barack Obama. If he had testified, Schiff’s collusion with his collaborator, whose complaint is the foundation of the impeachment charade, would have been exposed. At that point the credibility of the charges against Trump would erode.
Of course, the Senate will call on the whistler, and as Trump has suggested, should call on Schiff to explain how he and his staff orchestrated this setup.
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