Kentucky Senator Rand Paul mocked the California Congressman Adam Schiff an hour before the House Intelligence Committee Chairman walked two articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate.
Paul tweeted, “An anonymous ‘whistleblower’ informs us that this was found in a hotel room that @RepAdamSchiff recently check out of. Hmmm.”
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) January 16, 2020
An hour before House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff walked two articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate, Sen. Rand Paul mocked the California Democrat and the “anonymous whistleblower” who initiated an investigation into Trump.
“An anonymous ‘whistleblower’ informs us that this was found in a hotel room that @RepAdamSchiff recently check out of. Hmmm,” tweeted Paul.
The Kentucky Senator supported a quick dismissal of the looming Senate trial bust has threatened to summon Hunter Biden and the anonymous whistleblower if his GOP colleagues decide to vote with Democrats to allow new witness testimony during the trial.
Paul’s tweet featured a letter that read, “Things to do: 1. Remember to tap Devin Nunes phone!”
Republicans were frustrated with Schiff after finding out he circulated the phone records of the president’s attorneys, several politicians, and a journalist. Republican California Congressman Devin Nunes was included in the phone records and subsequently declared that the release of messages is a “gross abuse of power.”
Trump’s Senate trial starts next week, and Paul has been one of the loudest voices in Washington lawmakers demanding that the whistleblower to be revealed.