“Ukraine” whistleblower suddenly not going to testify before Adam Schiff’s secret committee — so what’s the “impeachment inquiry” really for?

Saturday, November 2, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Saturday, November 02, 2019

The CIA official who reportedly filed what was a second-hand “whistleblower” report regarding a phone call President Trump had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky over the summer isn’t going to testify before a secret panel headed by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.

The official — identified in a RealClearInvestigations report by Paul Sperry as 33-year-old Eric Ciaramella — was negotiating, through lawyers, to testify when those talks suddenly broke off this week.

That’s telling given what we know about Ciaramella: That he once worked with Vice President Joe Biden, former CIA Director and noted Trump hater John Brennan, and another DNC official who was attempting to solicit dirt on Trump from Ukrainian officials (like Hillary Clinton’s campaign did).

The Washington Examiner reported:

The whistleblower whose complaint launched impeachment proceedings against President Trump is unlikely to testify to Congress, as talks have ceased between his legal team and committee leaders.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, who has overseen depositions in Democrats’ impeachment proceeding, was initially eager for the whistleblower to testify before citing concern about the person being identified.

Republicans aren’t buying the sudden cop-out. Suspicious that Schiff has orchestrated the entire whistleblower episode — it’s been reported that Ciaramella contacted Schiff’s office prior to lodging his complaint — they now believe he is responsible for the breakdown in testimony negotiations because he doesn’t what Ciaramella cross-examined by them.

Another alleged whistleblower who supposedly corroborated Ciaramella’s version of events is also not going to testify, leaving tens of millions of Americans asking: Then what’s the impeachment inquiry really for if no one wants to talk about why it started?

“There is no indication that either of the original whistleblowers will be called to testify or appear before the Senate or House Intelligence committees. There is no further discussion ongoing between the legal team and the committees,” a person familiar with the talks told the Washington Examiner.

This guy is a Democrat stoolie

Last month, Schiff indicated in a statement on Twitter that the whistleblower wanted to offer testimony before his panel, which meets in the basement of the U.S. Capitol Building and does not allow any public testimony. That way, Schiff gets to release (or leak) whatever information he chooses — and he has reportedly done so.

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