House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) reneged on his promise to let Republicans hear from the whistleblower during the impeachment hearings.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), however, dropped a bombshell this week, announcing that after this impeachment is officially over, the Senate Intelligence Committee will be calling the whistleblower to testify.
Shocking the Democrats
Democrats are not going to get the vote to go the way they want later today, but now they have more bad news coming down the road.
Schiff thinks he can hide the whistleblower, but Republicans are not about to allow that to happen.
This is not so much about exposing the whistleblower as it is in finding Schiff’s role in all of this.
Graham stated, “The Senate Intel Committee under Richard Burr has told us that we will call the whistleblower.
“I want to find out how all this crap started.”
Did Schiff Orchestrate This?
That is the real question everyone wants to know and, hopefully, the whistleblower will shed some light on this.
To understand why so many people think Schiff orchestrated this whole complaint, all you need to do is look at the timeline of events.
In July of last year, Schiff hired Sean Misko to his House Intelligence staff.
Misko, like the alleged whistleblower, was an Obama holdover on the NSC.
Both were overheard plotting against Trump while still working at the NSC.
According to reports, the whistleblower contacted Schiff’s office prior to filing the complaint, then the complaint was officially filed in August.
Suddenly, in September, the complaint was leaked to the media.
I don’t care who you are, that is an awful lot of coincidences in a very short period of time, with every arrow pointing directly at Schiff.
It is just a matter of the whistleblower telling the truth or lying to protect Schiff once he sits down in front of Chairman Burr and the rest of the Republicans on the committee.