Ron Johnson wants the whistleblower's name to be made public, to get the same treatment that Dr. Ford received.
Instead of focusing on the real offense - bribing Ukraine with taxpayer money to investigate a political opponent - Gohmert focuses on a disproven conspiracy theory.
In a terse tweet, the Senator from Tennessee accused the decorated American veteran who testified in impeachment hearings of being a spy.
Nunes proves every day that he's the worst. He has no problem sliming an actual military patriot by implying he is a criminal.
Lindsey Graham Suggests Senate Can Declare House Impeachment 'Invalid' If It Doesn't Expose Whistleblower
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) argued that he will consider any impeachment "invalid" unless it exposes the identity of the whistleblower who outed Donald Trump's extortion of Ukraine.
Following Rand Paul's lead, Don Jr. decides to tweet out Breitbart's article identifying the person they *think* is the whistleblower. That puts a target on the person's back, whistleblower or not.
It is ILLEGAL to expose a whistleblower. Rand Paul knows this.
John Berman and Alisyn Camerota call out Senator Rand Paul.
On the day impeachment hearings go public, Republicans will immediately pounce on the opportunity to inject the name of the person they believe is the whistleblower into the discussion. Guaranteed.
Answering questions in writing is fine for Donald Trump but not for the whistleblower? Please.
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