DEVELOPING: Congressional Intelligence Committees to View ‘Whistleblower Complaint’ Today

Members of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees will view the ‘whistleblower complaint’ Wednesday, according to the Associated Press.

A whistleblower complaint that has triggered a renewed impeachment effort in the House will be available to some members and staff of congressional intelligence committees Wednesday, according to two people familiar with the matter.

Lawmakers were hoping to review the complaint before hearings on Thursday with acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, and they have been negotiating with his agency to see it. The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity to discuss confidential deliberations.

The Trump-Zelensky transcript was declassified and the full, unredacted 5-page transcript was released Wednesday morning.

The transcript destroyed the Democrat-Deep State-media narrative that Trump threatened Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky or engaged in quid pro quo to get him to agree to investigate Joe Biden’s son Hunter for his involvement with Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas company.

 

The transcripts show a very pleasant exchange between President Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky.

The conversation between the two leaders was very cheerful and Zelensky was delighted to speak with President Trump — there were no threats, no quid pro quo.

The actual transcript of Trump’s phone call with Zelensky isn’t enough for the rabid Democrats.

House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff said Wednesday that his committee needs to “get to the bottom of this whistleblower complaint ASAP.”


This so-called whistleblower penned a complaint based on hearsay and rumors and the Democrats are counting on his testimony to push impeachment proceedings.

The Deep State snitch doesn’t even qualify as a whistleblower – he is a spy in the intel community who is spreading second-hand gossip in order to harass President Trump.

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