Oops! Chuck Schumer Just Outed One of Schiff’s Whistleblowers in a Tweet

Senator Chuck Schumer of New York just outed another one of Rep. Adam Schiff’s whistleblowers, this according to a new report.

Last September, Rep. Adam Schiff (D–CA) claimed the House Intelligence Committee had been contacted by a whistleblower before the unnamed insider filed a complaint about President Donald Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

More than a week before the whistleblower’s complaint was made public, MSNBC’s Sam Stein asked Schiff if he had spoken with the whistleblower. Schiff said, “We have not spoken directly with the whistleblower. But I’m sure the whistleblower has concerns that he has not been advised, as the law requires, by the inspector general or the director of national Intelligence just as to how he is to communicate with Congress, and so the risk for the whistleblower is retaliation.”

 

Last November, Schumer inadvertently outed Schiff’s mystery whistleblower when he referred to “Alexander Vindman and whistleblowers like him” in a tweet.

As though once wasn’t enough, “Cryin’ Chuck”, as The Gateway Pundit has labeled Schumer did it again yesterday as he tweeted, “Not only is retaliation against LTC Vindman, the anonymous whistleblower, and others like them shameful—it is also illegal.”

So much for the claim that whistleblowers should remain anonymous.

Watch the video and learn why Franchi reminds his viewers that nobody ever said Chuck Schumer is the “sharpest tack in the bunch.”


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