House Democrats’ Impeachment Inquiry Schedule

House Democrats' Impeachment Inquiry Schedule

Monday, October 28th, will mark the Left’s newest and most intense attempt to advance their impeachment inquiry. This coming week, Democrats will interview a total of four individuals. Each is identified as some kind of witness — someone who can ultimately paint the President in a negative light.

Or, so the Democrats claim, anyhow. Thus far, the Left has not provided any real or ongoing, substantial proof of the many accusations they’ve made.

Insults? Sure.

Media spin? Absolutely.

Hard evidence? Not so much.

Still, many of us are paying attention to this more-than-slightly offensive circus, and it’s important to stay up-to-date with how the case unfolds. The best way to poke holes in the Left’s story, so to speak, is to hear what these witnesses have to say when they are legally required to tell the truth.

In case you’re interested in watching or tuning in to the news surrounding this week’s interviews, we thought we’d provide you with a copy of the schedule.

  • Former Deputy National Security Advisor Charles Kupperman’s interview takes place at 9:30 am Monday morning.
  • Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who is the Director for European affairs at the National Security Council (NSC), will be deposed on Tuesday at 9:30 am.
  • Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for the ISA Kathryn Wheelbarger will have her deposition at 9:30 am Wednesday morning.
  • Timothy Morrison, a current National Security Council official, will be interviewed on Thursday at 9:30 a.m.

While it will be interesting to see whether each of these individuals will aid or hamper the Democrats in their efforts, Timothy Morrison’s testimony will likely prove to be the most interesting. Morrison has been especially outspoken about his eagerness to testify, even swearing to do so if the White House attempted to block him.

The Left, of course, believes this is because he has something damning to share. But they should keep in mind that not all testimony serves the plaintiff; sometimes, the information a witness shares is more supportive of the defense instead.

We’ll keep you in tune and updated throughout the week as the drama unfolds.

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