Oops: It Looks Like The “Whistleblower” May Have Just Committed A Felony

In their desperation to railroad President Trump into impeachment, the Deep State is getting really sloppy.

Christmas came early to the Trump-hating bipartisan Beltway gangsters with a wholly manufactured scandal over a “whistleblower” who is really a CIA agent and in this sequel to the Mueller witch hunt, the media is crowing that they finally have the goods on the president.

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However, the spook who colluded with Adam Schiff and filed the whistleblower complaint may have just committed a felony by failing to report his contact with the neo-Stalinist House Intel Committee chairman.

Schiff, who is involved in Ukraine corruption up to his eyeballs like other top Democrats, worked hand-in-hand with the CIA (Brennan?) as well as the Clinton-connected lawyer who is representing the “whistleblower” but the operative neglected to disclose it per federal requirements.

Sean Davis of The Federalist pointed out this very relevant detail and that the so-called “whistleblower” could be subject to felony charges for making a false statement.

Per U.S. Code § 1001, one who “falsifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device a material fact” would be guilty of making false statements and this is exactly what the “whistleblower” did when he connived with Schiff and omitted it from the complaint to the IC Inspector General.

You WILL NOT see this on CNN. 

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Davis further elaborates in his piece for The Federalist, “Report: Anti-Trump Whistleblower Concealed Contacts With House Democrats From Inspector General”:

The complainant’s failure to disclose his interactions with Schiff or his staff could put him in legal hot water, as the whistleblower form he submitted requires individuals to disclose “other actions you are taking on your disclosure” under penalty of perjury. An entire page of the whistleblower form is dedicated to collecting information about previous disclosures so the ICIG can take appropriate action in response to the complaint.

“I have previously disclosed (or am disclosing) the violations alleged here to (complete all that apply),” the form requires the complainant to attest. The form includes checkboxes for disclosures to other inspectors general, other agencies, the Department of Justice, the Government Accountability Office, the Office of Special Counsel, other executive branch departments, Congress and its respective committees, and media. It also includes a separate question asking the complainant to detail those previous disclosures to the ICIG.

“Before going to Congress, the C.I.A. officer had a colleague convey his accusations to the agency’s top lawyer,” The New York Times reported earlier this week. “Concerned about how that avenue for airing his allegations was unfolding, the officer then approached a House Intelligence Committee aide, alerting him to the accusation against Mr. Trump.”

The New York Times noted that the anti-Trump complainant only notified the committee’s Democrats of his allegations.

If the anti-Trump complainant did, in fact, refuse to disclose previous disclosures of his allegations to Congress or the news media, he could be subject to felony criminal penalties for making false statements.

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This could be a primary reason why the coup plotters have now introduced a second “whistleblower” whose existence was announced by longtime Clinton crime family mouthpiece George Stephanopoulos on Sunday morning television.

It has now gotten to the point where lying is the first resort and there is no level to which the enemies of the American people will not go to overturn the 2016 election and deny voters their ability to vote for Trump next year.

Time to start locking them all up yet?

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