When the IG said the so-called ‘Whistleblower’ was a partisan, he wasn’t kidding.
We were told that the anonymous official that started this ball rolling was a registered Democrat.
This came as no surprise to any of us.
But now that we’ve learned that the meat of the phone call in the official complaint centers on Joe Biden’s son, we are interested to know which candidate this complainant is supporting.
It’s a question of motive.
We have been led to believe this phone call an act of ‘patriotism’ with the intent on protecting our political institutions from being unduly politicized. (Anyone who’s been paying attention to the events of the last 10 years or more may be stifling a laugh at that last comment.)
But there is a second potentially relevant explanation, one that’s been underscored by the apparent coordination with Schiff & Co getting early access to certain details of the complaint, as can be surmised by Schiff’s staff flying to Ukraine on Key dated in the timeline, a suspicious tweet, and texts from a partisan US diplomat that sound like they could have been written by Schiff himself.
Is it possible that this was a politically-motivated act of revenge?
Let’s look at the clues:
Michael Atkinson, the Intelligence Community’s inspector general, told members of Congress that the whistleblower had a “professional tie” to a 2020 Democratic candidate. He had written earlier that while the whistleblower’s complaint was credible, he had shown “some indicia of an arguable political bias … in favor of a rival political candidate.”
A retired CIA officer told the Washington Examiner, “From everything we know about the whistleblower and his work in the executive branch then, there is absolutely no doubt he would have been working with Biden when he was vice president.”
As an experienced CIA official on the NSC with the deep knowledge of Ukraine that he demonstrated in his complaint, it is probable that the whistleblower briefed Biden and likely that he accompanied him on Air Force Two during at least one of the six visits the 2020 candidate made to the country.
A former Trump administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence matters, said Biden’s work on foreign affairs brought him into close proximity with the whistleblower either at the CIA or when he was detailed to the White House.
“This person, after working with Biden, may feel defensive towards him because he feels [Biden] is being falsely attacked. Maybe he is even talking to Biden’s staff,” the former official said. “Maybe it is innocent, maybe not.”
Maybe it’s not.
And that is why we need the ability to cross-examine. To find out what that person’s role is, and what their motives.
And they need to do so under oath and penalty of perjury. With this being the keystone of the impeachment argument, considering the inaccuracies in the complaint and the red flags associated with it, this is absolutely necessary in the interest of the transparency and fairness the Liberals pretend to care so much about.
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