Mitt Romney made one admission that had Adam Schiff grinning from ear-to-ear
Mitt Romney continues to act as a thorn in the side of President Trump.
The Never-Trump Senator is secretly working with the Democrats to try to impeach Donald Trump.
And Mitt Romney made one admission that had Adam Schiff grinning from ear-to-ear.
As the Democrats near passing articles of impeachment in the House of Representatives, the identity of the so-called “whistleblower” is once again coming to the forefront.
Republicans want the so-called “whistleblower” to testify in public during the Senate impeachment trial so the American people can evaluate the person’s claims.
But RINO Senator Mitt Romney — who is sending signals he is open to working with the Democrats on impeachment — defended the right of the so-called “whistleblower” to remain anonymous.
While speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) reacted to calls to reveal the whistleblower’s identity by stating that whistleblowers, especially those speaking about government action, “should be allowed to remain confidential.”
Romney said, “My own view is that whistleblowers, particularly those that are blowing whistles on action within the government, should be allowed to remain confidential.”
He also stated, “So, going after the whistleblower, I think, is misdirected.”
Romney’s remarks came after Kentucky Senator Rand Paul threatened to out the so-called “whistleblower.”
“I’m more than willing to and I probably will at some point,” Paul told reporters when asked if he would name the so-called “whistleblower. “There is no law preventing anyone from saying the same.”
If Donald Trump is facing a Senate trial that will determine his political fate, many Americans believe it is simple fairness that the President have the right to confront his accuser.
But Never-Trumpers like Romney don’t want the so-called “whistleblower” to testify because they will be exposed as a Democrat Party operative.