U.S. House Intelligence Panel Chairman Says State Department Withholding Messages

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The U.S. State Department is withholding messages from the ambassador to the European Union that are relevant to the impeachment inquiry, the chairman of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee said on Tuesday.

“Not only is the Congress being deprived of his testimony … but we are also aware that the ambassador has text messages or emails on a personal device, which had been provided to the State Department, although we have requested those from the ambassador, and the State Department is withholding those messages as well,” Adam Schiff told reporters.

“Those messages are also deeply relevant to this investigation and the impeachment inquiry,” Schiff added.

(Reporting by Richard Cowan; Writing by Makini Brice; Editing by Kevin Liffey)

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General Confusion
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“…on the contrary, Quid Pro Joe publicly declared he abused the powers of his office. There’s even a video.” I Ching

Is this the real I Ching? Just checking.

And YOU still have no idea of what context is.

Screwtape
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Am I the only one to remember that Schiffty claimed to have irrefutable proof of Russian collusion? Yet it somehow NEVER appeared.

Why should we believe him on this (or anything else)?

Maybe Pelosi surrendered to “impeachment” on purpose. She knew that allowing Schiff-for-brains to run the circus would go nowhere.

Michael
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Because there is nothing wrong with what occurred….

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