Tuesday October 1st, 2019 10:40 Impeachment logic

I just want to say one thing about this, and maybe just lay it down when it’s fresh, lest it all be forgotten in the fog of what’s to come.

All you really need to know about the Ukraine scandal is contained in the following quote:

“I want to know who’s the person who gave the whistle-blower the information because that’s close to a spy. You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart with spies and treason, right? We used to handle it a little differently than we do now.”

Just think about it for a minute.

If the whistleblower is a spy, that means that they got some information that they weren’t supposed to get, then shared it with other people who weren’t supposed to get it. That means that the information they got is true. One does not spy on another person and see or hear things that never even happened.

If the whistleblower is a liar who made everything up in an attempt to bring down an upstanding president, they they’re not a spy at all. They’re just someone who made up some lies. They didn’t see anything or hear anything, from anyone. The entire process took place in their own mind.

It is logically impossible for both concepts to be true.

Remember that.

They already started saying it, but, very soon, they will be telling you non-stop that both things are true at the same time.

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