Republicans Name 8 Potential Impeachment Witnesses. Here They Are

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 25: U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, speaks during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol September 25, 2019 in Washington, DC. Rep. Schiff held a news conference to discuss the telephone conversation between U.S. President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that has triggered a formal impeachment inquiry by the House Democrats. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Adam Schiff Gave the Republicans 72 hours to produce a list of witnesses they want to question during the grand inquisition but it already looks like the Democrats are going to veto two or three of those witnesses.

Adam Schiff doesn’t dare testify for fear of being thrown out of congress. He Who Shall Not Be Named, also so Schiff won’t get tossed out of congress and Hunter Biden. Besides the fact that daddy is running for president, the Democrats do not want any testimony from anyone who can implicate Biden in wrongdoing.

It’s not that Biden isn’t a terrible candidate, it’s that Sanders and Warren are even worse.

From The Daily Caller

Hunter Biden: The son of former Vice President Joe Biden, and a former board member for Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas company that has been plagued for years by corruption concerns. President Donald Trump asked Ukraine’s president in a July 25 phone call to consider investigating whether Joe Biden pressured the Ukrainian government in 2016 to shut down an investigation of Burisma.

Devon Archer: One of Hunter Biden’s business partners and a former Burisma board member.

Alexandra Chalupa: A former DNC consultant who met with Ukrainian embassy officials during the 2016 presidential campaign. Chalupa, who is Ukrainian-American, dug up dirt on Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

David Hale: The undersecretary of state for political affairs. Hale testified in a closed-door deposition Wednesday.

Tim Morrison: The former senior director for European and Eurasian affairs on the National Security Council. Morrison is one of only two individuals, including National Security Council’s Ukraine director, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, to have listened to the July 25 phone call between Trump and Zelensky. Morrison testified that he did not hear anything illegal on the call, while Zelensky, who will be called to testify by Democrats, said that he had serious concerns with what Trump said in the call.

Nellie Ohr: The wife of Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, and a former contractor for Fusion GPS. Ohr told Congress in an Oct. 19, 2018, interview that Serhiy Leshchenko, a former Ukrainian lawmaker and investigative journalist, was a source of information for Fusion GPS, which peddled the infamous Steele dossier. Leshchenko, who has acknowledged having contact with Chalupa, helped publish information in August 2016 that led to Manafort’s firing as Trump campaign chairman. (RELATED: Nellie Ohr: Ukrainian Lawmaker Was Fusion GPS Source)

Kurt Volker: The former special envoy to Ukraine. Volker was a liaison between Rudy Giuliani and the Zelensky administration. He testified Oct. 3 that he did not witness a Trump quid pro quo to Ukraine.