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Letter to the editor: Whistleblower episode seems orchestrated

With that impeachment thing about collusion and/or obstruction not playing out so well, the libs seemed to have determined that a new tack was needed. They went to the closet, dusted off Mr. Anonymous, and changed his name to Mr. Whistleblower.

Whatever they call him, you can be sure of a couple of things: even though protected by federal law from reprisal, he will remain unnamed for the moment; a congressional investigation compliments of Adam Schiff will follow; and, if Whistleblower did not hear the conversation between our president and Ukraine’s first hand, the party who did and leaked it to Whistleblower will remain anonymous because he was not authorized to discuss the content of it.

Do you get the sense, as I do, that this whole episode has rolled out so smoothly that it might have been carefully orchestrated from the get-go?

Ken Mowl

Hempfield


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