Trump wants Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, and the whistleblower to testify during impeachment hearing.

By |2019-11-10T08:15:08-09:00November 10th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |14 Comments

The whistleblower and “informer” did not disappear, they are simply not as relevant since Congress moved on with testimony from fact witnesses who saw the corruption and impeachable offenses first hand. 

Here is more from The Hill:

In addition to Pelosi and Schiff, Trump also named “Sleepy Joe Biden, the Whistleblower (who miraculously disappeared after I released the transcript of the call), the 2nd Whistleblower (who also disappeared), & the I.G.”

(Psst, the “I.G.” is the Inspector General. I had to look it up too.)

Pelosi and Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, have been the main drivers of the impeachment inquiry, which will shift to public hearings this coming week.

Trump’s tweet echoes congressional Republicans’ criticism that the impeachment inquiry has been one-sided and unfair.

The president has also been vocal about the identity of the first whistleblower, saying that their identity should be released.

I’m reminded of that commercial with the old ladies. 

“That’s not the way this works, that’s not the way any of this works.”

I really don’t think that Trump has thought all of this through. 

For one thing, Pelosi and Schiff are not going to testify, because that would be stupid. 

But if they were willing I cannot believe that Trump would really want them to as they would serve as very compelling witnesses, who would easily outmaneuver his Republican henchmen on the committees. 

I think Donald Trump is fanaticizing about an outcome that is simply not based on reality. 

You know, like his entire presidency. 

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  1. Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    What confounds me is that he’s a shoe-in second term.

    • Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 6:30 pm - Reply

      Gosh what fantasy do you live in, he is not a shoe-in except for maybe the federal penitentiary.

    • Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 6:58 pm - Reply

      Is that what they’re broadcasting in Moscow?

      Even Faux is no longer claiming that. Can’t keep their faces straight I guess.

    • Anon November 10, 2019 at 9:47 pm - Reply

      Right? He still has almost all of his supporters, Russia, and millions of dollars on his side. As well as incumbent statistics. Those that do the knee jerk ‘troll” bs were probably saying the same thing in 2016. And no, I am not a fecking Dump supporter. I’m someone who’s smart enough to know things are not guaranteed to magically go my way.

  2. Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 6:29 pm - Reply

    LOL, sorry trumpkins, Nancy and and Adam are running the inquiry, they don’t have to testify and you don’t get to tell them what to do!!! It is called checks and balances. Go back to russia while your at it.

  3. Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 6:56 pm - Reply

    You don’t bother with hearsay witnesses when you have primary sources. Geesh. Can Trump be more fucking stupid?

    • Anon November 10, 2019 at 9:51 pm - Reply

      He knows this. It’s the Look! Squirrel! tactic. Always giving his asshole base exactly what they want. The stupid is where he ignores the rest of us… Provided the rest of us get of our asses and do more than wise crack on the internet.

  4. Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm - Reply

    ““We have enough evidence from the depositions that we’ve done to warrant bringing this forward ― evidence of an extortion scheme using taxpayer dollars to ask a foreign government to investigate the president’s opponent,” Swalwell said.”

    “Like Swalwell, Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.), a member of the House Intelligence Committee, used the term “extortion” rather than “quid pro quo” on Sunday to describe Trump’s actions.

    “I have two problems with ‘quid pro quo,’” Himes told NBC’s “Meet The Press.”

    “Number one: When you are trying to persuade the American people of something really pretty simple, which is that the president acted criminally and extorted — in the way a mob boss would extort somebody — a vulnerable foreign country, it’s probably best not to use Latin words to explain it,” he said.

    The second point, he added, is that “extortion doesn’t require a ‘you give me this and I’ll give you that’ kind of quid pro quo. It simply requires using your muscle to get something that you don’t have a right to.””

    Yeah, I’d say extortion is a better description. Of course, you’ll have Republicans saying no where in the Constitution does it forbid the president from using extortion to get what he wants. Or Fake Constitution. Or something equally outrageous and deplorable.

  5. Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 8:26 pm - Reply

    Bwa ha ha. Told you so. Lev Parnas flipped like a pancake.

    “Lev Parnas, one of Rudy Giuliani’s two indicted business associates, reportedly said that he told incoming Ukrainian leadership earlier this year to announce an investigation into the Bidens in exchange for U.S. military aid.

    Parnas allegedly traveled to Kyiv just before Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was inaugurated in May and told the incoming government to announce an investigation into President Donald Trump’s political rival Joe Biden, otherwise the U.S. would freeze military aid to the country, the Ukrainian-American businessman’s attorney Joseph A. Bondy told The New York Times in a report published Sunday.

    Also contingent on the investigation announcement reportedly was Vice President Mike Pence’s attendance at Zelensky’s inauguration ceremony, according to Bondy. Pence never ended up attending Zelensky’s inauguration, according to the Times.

    The remarks to the newspaper are one of the first signs that Parnas has flipped on Trump and his personal attorney in the impeachment investigation surrounding the United States president’s attempted extortion of Ukraine. The warning to Ukrainian leadership was allegedly at the direction of Giuliani, whom Bondy said Parnas believed to be acting under Trump’s instruction.”

    Now, will Trump throw Giuliani under the bus, claiming he never told him to do any of this? Gonna be really hard to claim innocence and distance when it was Trump that froze the money through his Chief of Staff and the Director of the Office of Management and Budgets, Mick Mulvaney.

  6. Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 8:45 pm - Reply

    “Critics are lashing out at Twitter for not taking a hard line to protect the identity of the whistleblower whose complaint prompted the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Both Facebook and YouTube are scrubbing any mention of the whistleblower’s supposed identity and photo — but not Twitter.

    Facebook said it would block references to the alleged whistleblower’s name and photos under its policy against “coordinating harm,” which prohibits “outing of witness, informant or activist.” YouTube announced a similar action.

    But Twitter said it would allow users to name the individual alleged to be the whistleblower, and to post photos of the individual, as long as the information doesn’t include personal contact information. So Twitter has become the go-to platform for vicious attacks on the whistleblower that many say could endanger the individual’s safety.”

    “The White House was sent a cease-and-desist letter by the whistleblower’s attorney on Thursday in an effort to protect the whistleblower’s identity — and safety.

    “I am writing out of deep concern that your client, the President of the United States, is engaging in rhetoric and activity that places my client, the Intelligence Community Whistleblower, and their family in physical danger,” Andrew Bakaj warned White House counsel Pat Cipollone. “I am writing to respectfully request that you counsel your client on the legal and ethical peril in which he is placing himself should anyone be physically harmed as a result of his or his surrogates’ behavior.”

    The whistleblower’s attorneys also told The Washington Post that social media platforms have an ethical responsibility to protect “those who lawfully expose suspected government wrongdoing.””

  7. Anonymous November 10, 2019 at 8:51 pm - Reply

    A bot on ur site G. Anyway to shut it up or do you like the diversity?

  8. Kimberly Guilfoyle Is A Repulsive Lizard November 10, 2019 at 9:20 pm - Reply

    Is Santa coming to any of these people?

  9. OK November 11, 2019 at 6:54 am - Reply

    1. “One time, a leader of a national security agency asked the president for support in convincing Congress to pass an upcoming defense bill”:”

    Don’t worry about Congress,” the president said. “Just do what you need to do.
    “The official explained that it wasn’t like that …
    “No, no. It doesn’t matter. You have my permission to do whatever you need to do, okay? Just forget about them.”
    2. “The president has proposed doing away with judges on more than one occasion”:

    Too many of his policies are getting stuck in legal limbo, he says.
    “Can we just get rid of the judges? Let’s get rid of the fucking judges,” Trump fumed one morning. “There shouldn’t be any at all, really.”

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