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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: stosh64
The need to release the complaint in full.
No one should be saying they shouldn't unless they know that there is something in that that that is incriminating to trump.
Thats the only reason not to release the complaint.
The laws put into place in 2004 when the office of DNI was established state that any complaint SHALL be turned over to congress.
No ands, ifs, buts, or maybes. SHALL
I would like that too, but I don't think the public has a right to see the whistle blower complaint.
originally posted by: shooterbrody
How would the intelligence community know?
The complaint is supposed to be classified to protect the whistleblower.
originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: shooterbrody
A whistleblower's protection takes second stage to the right of the people to govern. If it's used for impeachment, everything possible, including who made the accusation, must be available to the public.
Wait, let me get this straight... It has been acknowledged that the whistleblower was not even in on the call... he received his info second hand. And you claim his second-hand hearsay evidence is more important than the actual transcript of the call? Wow... I think I'm speechless... TheRedneck