Day-3 of Impeachment Inquiry: Whistleblower complaint released ahead of congressional testimony

I’ve been tied to the news about this.  Here is the Whistleblower’s Complaint at this link.

The Secular Jurist

By Robert A. Vella

This is day-3 of Donald Trump’s impeachment process.  Events are moving at light-speed, and it appears that the president – who had escaped accountability in the Mueller investigation and countless other transgressions – has finally gone too far even for Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill.  Yesterday, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a resolution calling for the release of the whistleblower complaint detailing Trump’s corrupt interactions with the Ukrainian government.  That the demand was quickly complied with is very telling.  It indicates that Trump has lost control over this situation, and that Congress’ tolerance for continued obstruction by his administration has come to an end.

A redacted copy of the formal whistleblower complaint filed by Inspector General Michael Atkinson has been submitted to Congress ahead of today’s testimony by acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Joseph Maguire.  The still unnamed whistleblower has also agreed to testify…

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Posted on 09/27/2019, in politics, Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. This is getting good, Bonespurs should have stuck with eating two scoops and rage tweeting at the TV, the only question is who else is he going to take down with him.
    I’m seeing Madam President Pelosi in our futures. lol

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  2. Two sides to a story

    Excited that this could end soon with a resignation or impeachment of many more players than just 45. I’m dreaming big!

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    • Two sides,
      We’re thinking the same thing. There was a resignation yesterday by a man named in the whistleblower’s complaint. There are so many “Acting” personnel in this administration that if they resign, I suppose we’ll have a White House without an administration. Maybe that is what Trump has wanted all along, that is, no one to watch over him, no one to advise him. He’s a one-man show.


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