Zeldin Nukes Schiff and Vindman in Real Time, ‘If They Don’t Know Who the Whistleblower is, How Do They Know to Keep This One Person’s Name Private?’
Congressman Lee Zeldin said what we are all thinking on Tuesday during day 3 of the Schiff Show trial.
Zeldin (R-NY) called out Schiff and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who still laughably maintain they do not know that CIA snitch Eric Ciaramella is the ‘whistleblower.’
“If Adam Schiff & LTC Vindman don’t know who the “whistleblower” is, how would they know that naming the one person LTC Vindman spoke to in the intelligence community would out the “whistleblower”?” Zeldin said Tuesday in a viral tweet.
Vindman testified on Tuesday that he spoke two people about Trump’s call to Zelensky — George Kent, a State Department employee and ‘someone in the intelligence community’ about Trump’s phone call — Vindman would not name the second person.
House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) quickly interjected when Nunes began to drill down to find out which agency this second anonymous person worked for.
Schiff said he wanted to “protect the whistleblower” and wouldn’t let Vindman answer.
Both Schiff and Vindman know to keep this one person’s name private — to protect the ‘whistleblower’ but they don’t know who the whistleblower is…this is peak Democrat party in 2019.
It appears Vindman may have perjured himself because he previously testified behind closed doors that he did not know the identity of the whistleblower.
Vindman not only knows the identity of the whistleblower, it appears he was Ciaramella’s primary sources of leaks.
Chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Secrity and Governmental Affairs Ron Johnson (R-WI) blasted Lt. Col Vindman in an 11-page letter written to ranking member of the House Intel Committee Devin Nunes and Rep. Jim Jordan and accused Vindman of illegally leaking contents of Trump’s phone call with Zelensky.
Suspicions are growing on The Hill that Lt. Col Alexander Vindman was also the source of leak of the suspension of US aid story published by far-left Politico in August.