Chief Justice Roberts Refuses Rand Paul's Question Involving Whistleblower Again, Paul Reveals Blockbuster Question Anyway

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Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has been trying to get to the truth of the contacts between the alleged whistleblower and House Intel Chair Adam Schiff and his staff.

He’s also been trying to explore what one would think an extremely important question: the alleged report of Sean Misko and Eric Ciaramella (the alleged whistleblower) talking about impeaching the president years in advance.

But when he tried to ask a question on Wednesday that involved the whistleblower’s name he was blocked by Chief Justice Roberts. According to one report, initially the Chief Justice tried to block all questions involving the whistleblower, even general ones that didn’t name him. Now after an alleged backlash, he’s allowing questions without naming the whistleblower.

Paul fumed and said he would try it again today which he did and again he was shut down by Roberts, as you can see here.

Paul tweeted out what his question was.

While federal law prevents retaliation in the workplace, there is no requirement of anonymity outside of it and there are real questions as to whether the “whistleblower” designation should even apply here. In this case, what this is leading to is a greater breach of the Constitution: the inability to confront one’s own accuser, the person who started this whole mess. It’s especially troubling given the falsehoods about his contact with Adam Schiff/his staff by both the whistleblower and Schiff himself, as well as his alleged connections to people like Biden. Not to mention his alleged bias or alleged remarks against the president. That’s why the questions are critically important to be answered by Schiff.

From Newsmax:

Paul left the Senate impeachment proceeding to hold a news conference on the topic. He claimed his question was not aimed at outing the whistleblower.

“I don’t know who the whistleblower is. Adam Schiff doesn’t know who the whistleblower is. My question’s not about the whistleblower,” Paul said. “My question’s about two people who were friends who worked together at the National Security Council who have been overheard talking about impeaching the president years in advance.”