7 thoughts on “Drip. Drip. Drip.

  1. RE: “Maybe this is the first hand source of the second hand information offered by the first Whistle Blower?”

    Maybe so. Maybe not. Let’s hear what the new guy has to say before succumbing to overheated imaginations.


  2. @Roberts
    I did say “maybe” but in my overheated imagination I can see the guy who provided the information in the first place realizing that he will soon be outed and has therefore decided to man up and bail on the cover- up. The real point, of course, is that evidence of this criminal abuse of Presidential authority continues to pile up.

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    1. RE: “The real point, of course, is that evidence of this criminal abuse of Presidential authority continues to pile up.”

      What evidence?


      1. What evidence? Really? Okay . . .

        The PARTIAL “transcript” released by Trump is itself damning and conclusive.
        The detailed whistle blower complaint that is now corroborated.
        Today news of not two, but multiple people coming forward as additional whistle blowers.
        Last Thursday’s text dump of messages from professional diplomats including the “smoking gun” text created by a patriot to create an unwanted paper trail . . .

        “As I said on the phone, I think it’s crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign.” – Bill Taylor, Charge’ d’ affaires in Kiev.

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      2. It doesn’t take much to get some people frothing at the mouth. We saw the same kind of “evidence” at (now) Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing. Soon, I expect, we’ll be seeing unhinged mobs digging their fingernails into the wooden doors of the White House.


        1. Your response is not a surprise. Putting “evidence” in quotes does not make it go away. It simply means that no matter what it is, your mind is closed to it. Like I said – no surprise.


  3. It seems as if Mr. Graham has no idea how the Whistleblower Protection Act works. He is so afraid of Trump and his supporters that he is willing for the law to be broken in order to provide cover for the Corruptor-in-Chief.


    Bad news for anyone believing it necessary to bring malfeasance to the attention of the powers that be.

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