On Episode 130 of War Room: Impeachment, Raheem Kassam highlights a tweet from Senator Marsha Blackburn calling out one of Adam Schiff’s “courageous” witnesses – Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman – for leaking President Trump’s July 25th phone call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to the whistleblower.

Sen. Blackburn also tweeted:

Kassam explains the tweet’s significance: “Vindman testified that he did not know who the whistleblower was, so Sen. Blackburn is effectively accusing Vindman of committing perjury in the House.”


Kassam is referencing the following exchange during the House Intelligence hearings:

Rep. Nunes inquired: “Lieutenant Colonel Vindman, you testified in the deposition that you did not know who the whistleblower was.”

Lt. Col. Vindman responds: “I do not know who the whistleblower is.”

Kassam had a hunch on episode 10 of War Room: Impeachment that “it was Vindman who leaked to the whistleblower for the complaint that went to the Inspector General. He then went to Adam Schiff’s staff and then there was collusion with Adam Schiff’s staff.”

He asks co-host Jason Miller if this tweet “sets up having to hear, having to put Adam Schiff on the stand […] as a witness, having to interrogate the so-called whistleblower, maybe even bring back Alex Vindman in”?

In response, Miller doubles down: “You wanna perjure yourself? Perjure yourself again, buddy, we dare you.”