Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham said the impeachment inquiry into President Trump is "invalid" unless the identity of the anonymous whistleblower whose complaint sparked House Democrats' probe is revealed
Does he think Deep Throat was publicly unmasked in the Watergate hearings?
We just learned that @Jim_Jordan hid a massive sexual abuse scandal at Ohio State, where he previously worked.
Instead of demanding resignation, Republicans put him on the Intelligence Committee, effectively making him part of Trump’s impeachment defense.
We couldn’t find a public resource like this. So we created it.
Every letter from White House to witness
Every witness’s testimony
The whistleblower’s 2-page memo before his complaint (miss that one?)
Every court filing (FOIA plus)
Replying to @SethAbramson: Absolutely essential reading. I think JUST SECURITY is an amazing website and resource.
We just released testimony of Lt. Col. Vindman and Dr. Fiona Hill, two patriotic public servants.
This is first-hand testimony on how the levers of government were abused to help the president politically, at the cost of our national security.
(THREAD) Giuliani is hoping America won't understand the difference between *investigation* and advocacy/diplomacy. As a former criminal lawyer *and* former criminal investigator, I can explain the difference—and it's absolutely critical, here. I hope you'll read on and retweet.