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The democrats offer republicans the option of asking the whistleblower questions but only in written form.

Picture these two scenarios:
One is the whistleblower sitting in front of congress under oath,& asked a question from republicans about who he/she talked thru his statements & when.Also,why was he able to hear the phone conversation,etc.He/she gives their answer.

The second is to have the same question asked but in written form.The whistleblower has as much time to respond as wanted.The question can be dissected by teams of democratic lawyers & every sentence in the response carefully sculpted/shaded/tilted to have the maximal anti-Trump flavor.

Does anyone really think that the two answers would resemble each other?
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Does anyone really think that the two answers would resemble each other?

They could be as honest as Spankee.
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The democrats offer republicans the option of asking the whistleblower questions but only in written form.


But that is only if they pass the Schiff test. He gets to decide which questions will be asked and which will not.

Kathleen
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I imagine a secret committee will write the answers in written form in reply to the questions ... a committee of lawyers deciding what the meaning of the word 'is-is' this time go round.
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I imagine a secret committee will write the answers in written form in reply to the questions ... a committee of lawyers deciding what the meaning of the word 'is-is' this time go round.

Why not? Sciff for brains and his team wrote the whistle blower complaint.

The only valid questions are

a) Is the transcript accurate?
b) Do you think your opinion and or feelings about it constitutes evidence?

Next witness.
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The only valid questions are

a) Is the transcript accurate?
b) Why do you think your opinion and or feelings about it constitutes evidence?

Next witness.



There, fixed that for you.

Kathleen
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If the whistleblower was brave enough to give the original information, FULLY aware of the dangers of trying to keep the country on an honest path, (especially when there are people like some of you on this board sneering, jeering, disbelieving, refusing to listen and offering punishment) then one can assume he/she is definitely courageous enough to sit down and write answers to questions.
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"...he/she is definitely courageous enough to sit down and write answers to questions."

No courage needed to copy Schiff & his lawyers' responses to republican questions after they have sculpted/fluffed,slanted & arranged the words in the order they desire.
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So far there has been nothing of substance said by a single witness.

Course, they have not been grilled about the Biden affair.
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If the whistleblower was brave enough to give the original information, FULLY aware of the dangers of trying to keep the country on an honest path, (especially when there are people like some of you on this board sneering, jeering, disbelieving, refusing to listen and offering punishment) then one can assume he/she is definitely courageous enough to sit down and write answers to questions.


If you ever get hauled into court, try telling the court that:
A) You heard the evidence from someone who heard it from someone else, who heard it from someone that was nearby when a phone call was made.
B) You don't feel like showing up in court and instead you want to submit written answers after you have chosen which ones you want to answer.

Let us know the court's response on that.

Kathleen
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