It appears the IG that ‘THE whistleblower’ filed his complaint with may have lied to us… is that news-y?
Nunes was all over the bogus Russian Collusion story from the start and played a role in blowing the lid off of Spygate. But unlike Schiff, he didn’t LEAK his findings, he made use of proper channels.
And now, with so many questions swirling around the so-called ‘Whistleblower’, the guy he reported to is under scrutiny.
Why is he being investigated?
Because his stories don’t line up.
The guy that Schiff brought up to testify to the credibility of the ‘whistleblower’ had been called up to answer some questions behind closed doors… Republicans have some problems with the answers he has given thus far.
Sara Carter had him as a guest on her podcast; she uncovered an explosive scoop:
He revealed that transcripts of Atkinson’s secret testimony will expose that the Inspector General either lied or he needs to make corrections to his statements to lawmakers. The transcripts has been kept from the public by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-CA, because it is damaging to their “impeachment scam,” Nunes said.
The whistleblower, who has not been formally named by lawmakers, met with Schiff’s staff members prior to submitting their complaint to Atkinson. Schiff was chided by Republican lawmakers and many members of the media for falsely claiming that his committee had no contact with the whistleblower.
(Atkinson) is under active investigation. I’m not gonna go any farther than that because you know obviously he has a chance to come in and prove his innocence, but my guess is Schiff, Atkinson they don’t want that transcript out because it’s very damaging, Rep. Nunes
…The Republican lawmakers asked Atkinson to explain who revised the complaint and for what reason.
“We’ve mentioned it, but I think people have just kind of ignored it because, of course, we don’t have the subpoena power, so we can’t bring Atkinson back in but he’s got serious questions to answer for because I believe that he either lied to Congress or he really needs to correct his statements and he’s refused to respond,” said Nunes, who could not elaborate on Atkinson’s testimony.
He said that Atkinson’s response to their letter was not sufficient.
Atkinson “gave us a very typical IC response, which is to not answer the question,” said Nunes.
“Three years ago, that might’ve worked,” he said. “It doesn’t work with us anymore. He is under active investigation. I’m not gonna go any farther than that because you know obviously he has a chance to come in and prove his innocence, but my guess is Schiff, Atkinson they don’t want that transcript out because it’s very damaging.”
“Being that it hasn’t been made public yet, why would it not be,” Nunes questioned.
Since Atkinson and the whistleblower complaint brought to him was THE catalyst for a series of events that led to the impeachment of a sitting President, shouldn’t the AMERICAN public have a right to know if they were lied to?