The Democratic impeachment strategy is filthy, to say the least, and no one on the left side of the aisle appears the least bit concerned about it.
Let’s break it down: House Intel Chair Adam Schiff’s office helps to push an anonymous whistleblower to come forward with shocking allegations of wrongdoing in the White House. This triggers the liberal supporters, who then force Nancy Pelosi’s hand – urging her to declare that a “formal impeachment inquiry” would begin.
Now, the Democrats get to do whatever they want: Secret hearings, subpoenas, even possible contempt charges, all while controlling the entire narrative through the clandestine nature of the unguided process.
This allows them to find witnesses willing to corroborate the whistleblower story, and then discard their anonymous complainant in favor of whomever will come forward now. They are using this corroborative “evidence” to sanctify the whistleblower, who has not yet testified in the matter. They make it appear as though the whistleblower doesn’t matter.
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) raged over what she described as “attempts” to out the so-called “whistleblower,” whose name has been public for weeks, arguing that his “identity and testimony are irrelevant” to the impeachment inquiry.
Feinstein joined the barrage of outrage on Wednesday sparked by Donald Trump Jr.’s tweet of a Breitbart News article that featured the name of the alleged “whistleblower” at the heart of the partisan impeachment inquiry.
But this does matter. The whistleblower themself admitted to having received their information second and third hand, forcing any sane person to wonder just what the corroboration of these rumors would look like.
“Yeah, I heard the same thing”.
We all heard that if you said “Bloody Mary” three times into a mirror in a pitch black room that you’d see a ghost, and we can all corroborate that we heard the same story; that doesn’t make it real.
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