Rand Paul Speaks Out After Being DENIED Ability To Question Democrats At Impeachment Trial (VIDEO)

Senator Rand Paul wanted to ask a very important question at the impeachment trial but was denied.

There was nothing inappropriate about his question, in fact there are millions of Americans who would love to know the answer.

Yet he was denied.

See Rand Paul’s question below:

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Later in the day, Paul appeared on FOX News:

Paul wanted to ask whether House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and the White House counsel were aware that an intel committee staff member had a close relationship with the reported whistleblower when they were on the National Security Council together.

“How do you respond to reports that [they] may have worked together to plot impeaching the president before there were formal House impeachment proceedings?” Paul said he wrote.

Paul’s question included the names of two individuals. Fox News has not confirmed the whistleblower’s name.

Paul argued that since Schiff contends he doesn’t know the identity of the whistleblower, how could anyone know if someone deserves whistleblower protections.

“It makes no reference to anybody who may or may not be a whistleblower,” Paul said.

“It means that anybody that anybody ever said might have been a whistleblower could never be discussed in a proceeding. I think it’s very important whether or not a group of Democratic activists, part of the Obama-Biden administration, were working together for years looking for an opportunity to impeach the president.”

Watch the video:

Why is the so-called whistleblower entitled to such protection, anyway?

Democrats and the media have gleefully exploited every single leak that has come out of the White House over the last three years.


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