On Episode 10 of War Room: Impeachment, co-host Raheem Kassam discusses the testimony of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, a White House official and Army officer who listened to the President Trump’s infamous phone call with Ukranian president Volodymyr Zelinsky. 

To Kassam, Vindman is someone who “doesn’t believe that their job is to implement the policy of the President of the United States.” This is a central theme of the impeachment inquiry, which is premised primarily on a difference between established, globalist foreign policy and President Trump’s America-First agenda. To Kassam, his testimony contained “a lot of red flags.” 

Kassam continues: “He walks in in US army uniform which I think is a little bit ironic given his testimony where he clearly states he has this affinity towards his home country, Ukraine.”

He reads from page 2 of Vindman’s testimony:

“I want the committee to know that I am not the whistleblower who brought this issue to the CIA and the committee’s attention. I do not know who the whistleblower is, and I would not feel comfortable to speculate to the identity.”

Kassam calls “BS”:

“There is no way [Vindman] does not know who the whistleblower is. It may go so far as to him speaking to the whistle blower.” Moreover, the question needs to be asked if he was the source for the whistleblower.”