Impeachment Sideshow Turns into Clown Show: Trump-Hating CIA “Whistleblower” Doesn’t Want to Testify

You had to see this coming from a mile off. Liar Adam Schiff claimed that the whistleblower had agreed to testify behind closed doors. And maybe he did, right up until the time his or her story started falling apart.

Now, the whistleblower refuses to testify. His or her lawyers say they will accept written questions, which means nothing the whistleblower has written or said can be used in the Senate trial if the House votes for impeachment.

If that continues to hold, AG Bill Barr should investigate because it is crystal clear that the whistleblower does not believe that he or she would hold up under questioning.

From The Gateway Pundit

The far left Trump-hating CIA “whistleblower” who traveled with Joe Biden to Ukraine has decided he does not want to testify in person.
But his far left Democrat attorneys have graciously offered to submit written answers.

This is a clown show.
Democrats have now officially BROKEN EVERY RULE on the impeachment process possible.
They want to impeach the president with a Trump-hating CIA hack who traveled with Joe Biden to Ukraine and filled out a complaint based on rumors. But this far left leaker will not testify in person. He wants to turn in written answers.
Democrats REALLY are crazy.

The Conservative Treehouse reported:

The Wall Street Journal is reporting the anonymous gossipers’ lawyers are now requesting official impeachment testimony by letters not an in-person appearance. If this is accurate such a request speaks directly to the abject stupidity of the claim:

WASHINGTON—Lawyers for the CIA officer whose whistleblower complaint helped ignite an impeachment inquiry into President Trump have asked Congress whether their client could submit testimony in writing instead of appearing in person, according to people familiar with the matter.

The request reflects concerns about whether the whistleblower could testify to Democrats and Republicans without revealing his identity, and fears that doing so would lead to it being publicly leaked, jeopardizing his personal safety. The intelligence committees haven’t yet responded to the inquiry about potential written testimony, the people said.

Spokeswomen for the House and Senate intelligence committees didn’t respond to requests to comment. 

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