"I have pictures, video, artist's descriptions, fingerprints, and even a tape recording of Feinstein telling Durbin 'Hey, let's put a cap in that dude,'" said Wolfrum, a journalist.
Ironically, it was a media shield amendment proposed by Feinstein and Durbin that led to Wolfrum's whistleblowing.
"When I saw the amendment, I knew I'd be shielded," said Wolfrum. "All I know is that I technically still have a job with WorldGolf.com, I think. Also, I was recently a character in Martin Eisenstadt's book. And, finally, on the odd occasion, I disseminate news. I'm clean."
While major outlets have yet to jump on the "Feinstein & Durbin Shot and Injured A Dude" meme, Wolfrum says he stands by his evidence.
"I have just piles of evidence here. And no, I'm not sharing it with anyone. As a professional journalist that's my right. I think," said Wolfrum.
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