Trump Tweets “Where’s the Whistleblower?”

Trump Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

It’s Wednesday.

It’s day 29 of the Impeachment Inquiry.

So far for Wednesday the President has tweeted 8 times and retweeted 8 times.

The Impeachment Inquiry Tweets.

The Whistleblower(s) is protected under law, his or her identity is none of our business.

Also the Whistleblower is no longer needed, as we’ve had confirmation of the WB Complaint.

The memo of the call was released by President Trump.

In the rough draft of the call the President of Ukraine says I’m ready to buy more U.S. weapons for self defense. The President then says “I would like you to do us a favor though.”

So far testimony from several key players involved with US/Ukraine relations have confirmed that military aid was withheld unless and until Ukraine publicly supported an investigation into the 2016 election interference and President Trump’s political rival former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

On Tuesday the most explosive opening statement that has been released to the public came from Ambassador William “Bill” Taylor.

In the 15 page statement Taylor explains that he was asked by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to return to Ukraine to lead the U.S. Embassy.

Taylor Opening Statement pg. 2.

Here are some highlights from his opening statement.

Taylor Opening Statement pg. 7.

I Included this to set the backdrop for the decision to withhold our aid.

Taylor Opening Statement pg. 8.
Taylor Opening Statement pg. 11.
Taylor Opening Statement pg. 12.
Taylor Opening Statement pg. 13.
Taylor Opening Statement pg. 14.

The Free Speech by EO Tweets.

In March of this year to strengthen “free speech” on College Campuses the President signed an Executive Order.

Not that I need to explain, but as a reminder our Constitutional rights to free speech pertains to only Government. The Federal and State governments are not allowed to silence our speech they may not pass laws that say “A person shall not say bad things about their government.”

It does not give us the right to force colleges to allow the same. If a college, Twitter, Facebook, want to ban the word “sissy” they can. Our Freedom of Speech is not violated by them doing so.

The Other Two Tweets.

I can’t stop laughing at this.

However, given the new breaking news, Republicans in the House have apparently stormed the Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry.

Just yesterday I read that the Democrats weren’t taking the Impeachment Inquiry seriously. I say WTAF?



He has announced in his press briefing that the U.S. will no longer be sanctioning Turkey over their invasion of Syria and attack of the Kurds.

Since he just concluded his remarks, the feed starts at the 20 minute mark.

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