Adam Schiff perjured himself
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I didn't hear all of the proceedings but I'm curious to what the WH version of events is regarding:
1. The withholding of the $...
2. The release of the $ that was being withheld...
3 ups, 1y,
Doesn't Trump have the right to face his accuser? I haven't heard much talk about this, and I don't know why.
4 ups, 1y
You made me smile and giggle a little.
1 up, 1y,
Because this isn't a trial. It's an investigation.
Do the cops bring the suspect in and review all the evidence with them while it's being collected?
Do the DA's bring the suspect in to the grand jury room to have them cross examine witnesses?
Trump gets his chance for all of that in the Senate where the actual trial happens.
You'd know that if you were paying attention to what is going on. Unless you're a Russian Troll, and you're just doing your job.
1 up, 1y,
So you're saying that when Trump is impeached and this goes to the Senate, the whistleblower will have to be revealed. Okay.
Do suspects have the evidence and testimony paraded out for the media for three months before the trial? Do members of the grand jury discuss cases with the press? Having served on one, I can tell you it is quite the opposite. If the impeachment hearings are equated with the criminal proceedings that you mention and everything is all that secret, those involved are behaving inappropriately. Were they ordinary citizens they might even be charged with a crime. By sharing this information with press, the House Democrats are hoping to create some advantage in the coming election. That sounds like they're using their position for political gain. Where have I heard that before?
Trump, Biden, Congress, they're all guilty as hell, IMO.
And if I weren't paying attention, I wouldn't have asked the question. I'm a citizen, not a lawyer. I'm not required to listen to liars without limit.
1 up, 1y,
The whistleblower doesn't matter anymore.
Because the people they listed in their report have stepped forward to testify. It's not a hearsay case. It's a direct testimony I was there and I heard and saw that case.
And an impeachment investigation isn't a criminal trial. So the rules are a little different. Impeachment investigations have happened 18 times in this country.
Also, Trump asked for this. He wanted a formal house vote. He got it. He wanted public hearings. He got it. He wanted the transcripts of their closed-door testimony released. He got it.
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I DON’T KNOW THE NAME OF THE WHISTLEBLOWER; Riiiiiight....
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