As Democrats move full speed ahead with their impeachment efforts and false claims of "collusion" or election meddling, holes continue to be blown through their allegations.
Yesterday the full whistleblower complaint against President Trump's alleged behavior during a phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was released. The call took place in July, but the date on the letter and who it was sent to are raising questions.
?? ??IMPT question - when did Adam Schiff have access to the complaint or any related information? The letter to Schiff and Burr was dated August 12th. Did Schiff have ANY access earlier than Committee & if yes, why did he not immediately share this with his Committee? ????— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) September 27, 2019
The complaint is in fact dated August 12. It was sent to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff in addition to Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr. The news of the complaint didn't break until last weekend.
Two weeks ago and just before this news broke, the Department of Justice Inspector General announced he has completed the investigation in FISA abuse and the origins of the Russia investigation. I'm sure the timing is coincidental.
Breaking***— Jake Gibson (@JakeBGibson) September 13, 2019
Attorney General Barr has received the draft report from the IG on allegations of FISA abuses and will begin the process of reviewing it, according to a source familiar with the situation.
In the meantime, President Trump has called on Schiff to resign and be investigated.
Rep. Adam Schiff totally made up my conversation with Ukraine President and read it to Congress and Millions. He must resign and be investigated. He has been doing this for two years. He is a sick man!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 27, 2019