Rep. Lee Zeldin: Mark Sandy’s Testimony Needs to Be Released – Made for “A Very Bad Day for Those Pushing Impeachment Charade” (VIDEO)
On Sunday Rep. Lee Zeldin joined Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures.
Zeldin said yesterday’s testimony by Mark Sandy made for a very bad day for Adam Schiff and his impeachment team.
Rep. Lee Zeldin: There was a lot of coverage obviously for the open hearing of Ambassador Yovanovitch on Friday. But once that was done even though we thought we were in this new open public part of this impeachment inquiry we went back into this SCIF in the basement of the United States capitol on two more depositions. On Friday it was David Holmes who was an assistant for Ambassador Taylor and then Saturday, yesterday, we were there for several hours for Mark Sandy, who was a dedicated career staffer at the Office of Management and Budget who came in to answer a question on why there was a hold on aid to Ukraine. His answer was one that I don’t believe there should be another open hearing until that transcript is released because it’s going to change some of the answers that was given by say Lt. Col. Vindman on Tuesday morning.
So, let’s release all of the remaining transcripts including Mark Sandy and David Holmes because Mark Sandy’s answer that he gave yesterday to that question made for a very bad day for those who are pushing for this impeachment charade.
.@RepLeeZeldin said all public hearings need to be suspended until the release of Mark Sandy's private testimony, which Zeldin says includes an answer that could fundamentally impact other testimonies.
Says it was a "very bad day" for Democrats pushing for impeachment. pic.twitter.com/bEkKKs5eUd
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 18, 2019