What have we learned from the “whistleblower” complaint against the President? Two things: Willful ignorance is rampant; and integrity in journalism is dead.
Even after both the full transcript of the call in question and the full complaint have been released for all to read, reporting on both is still parroting the demonstrably false talking points of the left.
A five-minute reading of the phone call transcript (along with the public comments of the president of Ukraine) proves to any sane person that there were no improper requests by the president and certainly no impeachable offenses. And, a five minute reading of the complaint uncovers that the anonymous “whistleblower” admits to no first-hand knowledge of the allegations he or she is making.
I use quotes around “whistleblower” because every allegation made is based on hearsay, therefore is unverifiable and indefensible (how convenient for the left).
There was a time that all forms of media valued their integrity and refused to report unsubstantiated information and would not be allowed to be used by a political party to advance confirmable lies.
Sadly, those days are gone, and so are the days when the public informed themselves with readily available information to form their opinions rather than allowing themselves to be brainwashed.
Scott McLeod, Carthage