Listen: Joe Biden, Congress. And Congress discussed on Mo'Kelly
"Say this somebody ought to look into Joe Biden's statement because it was disgraceful. how he knows that it is a partisan whistle blower. given that he shouldn't have any information about the call from a whistle blower standpoint it's it's odd to me I don't know how he can even come to that determination that's problematic if he does know the identity of the whistle blower for all sorts of reasons and it's problematic if he doesn't know the identity and he's just making up issue or is trying to intimidate the whistle blower. problematic you the way you can choose as to which the issue is what transpired on the call. if he always acts appropriately like he says then you should be no reason against. releasing the call transcript to Congress. or you know. some sort of intelligence apparatus by law the complaint is supposed to go to Congress not how I feel but by the law all. but I will say this before going to break. a sitting president enlisting the aid of a foreign government in order to get dirt on an opponent in an effort to aid his election effort sounds vaguely familiar. it's beginning to look a lot like Lou June add everywhere you go yeah except now. you're likely. transcripts and witnesses. notice the whistleblower didn't go to the media. it went through the correct process. now what I feel just what"