Nay! Lets look at Senate Bill S. 2798?
This bill — the Whistleblower Protect Act of 2019 — would ensure that whistleblowers who are government employees or contractors receive adequate protection. It would reaffirm that such individuals couldn’t be terminated or prosecuted for making protected disclosures or any other disclosures as a whistleblower. It would also reaffirm that the Sixth Amendment guarantees that, in the case of criminal prosecutions and impeachments arising from whistleblowers’ disclosures, the accused has the right to confront their accuser, and that that right isn’t superseded by whistleblower protections. I believe that this bill is clear in, under these circumstances where the House is trying to impeach our President, both he and the Republicans in Congress have a right to question and determine if what the whistleblower has evidence of a crime and that it is not just political motivated. From what I have heard in the House hearings, no one has proved his third hand information is true. This is just an other move by House Democrats to try to remove President Trump from office without any evidence of wrongdoing on the part of the President. Whether the Democrats are working in a lawful manor to begin with. How do we impeach members of Congress when their actions are outside the normal working of that congress?