Read the whistleblower’s memo ‘as described to CBS News’ about his or her talk with a visibly shaken White House official
We’re really not sure how to interpret “as described to CBS News,” as the story on their website appears to contain a transcript of the memo that the whistleblower wrote after talking to an unnamed White House official who listened to the entirety of the call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and was “visibly shaken” by it, calling what he’d heard “crazy” and “frightening.”
At least we think we have that right.
— Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) October 9, 2019
So, read what someone described to someone, which was written by someone else who was told by others about a call between two other people?
— Marc Lotter (@marc_lotter) October 9, 2019
No thanks, I read the actual transcript.
— Rene7897 (@Sleepyrene) October 9, 2019
Or read the actual Transcript!!
— 🇺🇸Laura🇺🇸 (@flasunshine929) October 9, 2019
We. Have. The. Transcript.
— Mike (@michaeljashmore) October 9, 2019
DON'T BE BRAINWASHED. READ. THE. TRANSCRIPT. OF. THE. CALL. Geesh.
— DiaGram19 (@Gram19Dia) October 9, 2019
Better yet, read the actual call transcript!
— Intrepid Wanderer (@intrepidwander) October 9, 2019
I can read the actual transcript thanks.
— Stephen 74 🎤🏛🌋 (@Hydraman40Black) October 9, 2019
— Robin Shine (@robin_shine) October 9, 2019
Read the damn transcript!
— Tamiann (@tamiannj) October 9, 2019
We already read the transcript
— MrCynical (@olddrumguy) October 9, 2019
No, I read the transcript🙄 https://t.co/71cm6Wp4yF
— SandyL 🇺🇸 (@saRRLob) October 9, 2019
Nah. I'll read the transcript.
What's the point of reading memo written by Dem partisan who heard about it from someone else- who's also anonymous?
This whole scam fell apart when Trump released the transcript.
We KNOW what he said.
The WB drama is unnecessary and embarrassing.
— Bonnie O (@bloc52) October 9, 2019
We should ignore the transcript and the word of the Ukrainian President so we can trust a diary entry instead? Just because NBC is having a bad journalism day, doesn't mean things like this go unnoticed.
— Muscles McSpooky 🎃 (@MusclesRock31) October 9, 2019
Lost me at writing a 2nd hand information memo a day and a half after the phone call occurred. This all sounds so deep state
— Charlie Kendall (@charliekendall) October 9, 2019
Why would anyone read a memo when the actual information has been released by @POTUS , tweetie? Why? Who the heck cares about a memo that some nimnill wrote because they were "feeling scared." We the people know the truth and it's not found in any memo!
— Just me (@Gigiof4grands) October 9, 2019
We have the transcript. It's not emotionally traumatic, nor earth shattering. Any hysterics based on the transcript is embarrassing for you all that think it's mind blowing.
People that think like this☝️ must've lost their minds when their icecream scoop spilled on the sidewalk.
— arlene billson (@juneslili) October 9, 2019
Or, you could just read the actual transcript of the call (like millions of us have). You would find out there is nothing impeachable in it. But, that would destroy your narrative, wouldn’t it?
— Willy T (@tpjohn5454) October 9, 2019
Not seeing a quid pro quo
— Ombudsman4Truth (@ombudsman4truth) October 9, 2019
Is this the National Enquirer? “Read second and third hand information! Ignore the actual transcript!” What a clown show.
— Reagan & Maverick (@AngleOfAttack1) October 9, 2019
They are trying so so hard. It’s embarrassing. “Visibly Shaken”?!?!?🤣😂😆
— Castor's Ploy (@CastorPloy) October 9, 2019
Maybe you could act it out with dramatic shaking and fear.
— Sandy Parker (@RHWOOBsandy) October 9, 2019
NYT: White House official called Trump’s Ukraine call ‘crazy’ and ‘frightening,’ was ‘visibly shaken’ by it https://t.co/s3DjzCfHWS
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 8, 2019