Whistleblower May Have Committed A Felony In Their Overzealousness To Take Down Trump
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Whistleblower May Have Committed A Felony In Their Overzealousness To Take Down Trump


It has been reported by the Western Journal
among others, that the ‘whistleblower’ (who did not him/herself actually wittness
anything, i.e., based on hearsay) may have made a critical mistake when filing their
paperwork. Apparently, the CIA agent who filed the complaints
neglected to disclose some very relevant information. The Western Journal reports: Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael
Atkinson reportedly admitted to lawmakers Friday that he never bothered to look into
the connection between the whistleblower and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam
Schiff. This isn’t because Atkinson forgot to do
so. Rather, it’s because the whistleblower never
bothered to disclose his communication with the California Democrat. Per Catherine Herridge: IC Inspector General
told lawmakers the whistleblower did not disclose contact w Schiff/Committee staff – so IG
never looked into it. IG “had no knowledge of it”. — Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) October
4, 2019 According to Fox News, Atkinson said he “had
no knowledge” of the contact between the whistleblower and Schiff’s office. It seems hard for me to believe that the IG
did not ask ‘who else have you shared this information with’ of the ‘whistleblower.’
Either way, someone is culpable. So, as I see it, either the IG should have asked and
did not, or he knew and neglected to include that data, or the ‘whistleblower’ lied
to the IG and claimed he had no contact with team Schiff. The Federalist’s Sean Davis, who has been
on fire breaking stories recently, wrote on Twitter” “The form submitted by the complainant required
him to disclose all contacts he had regarding his allegations,” “If he failed to disclose those interactions
with Schiff before filing the complaint, he could be subject to felony false statement
charges.” The form submitted by the complainant required
him to disclose all contacts he had regarding his allegations. If he failed to disclose
those interactions with Schiff before filing the complaint, he could be subject to felony
false statement charges. — Sean Davis (@seanmdav) October 4, 2019 Western continued: “According to 18 U.S.
Code § 1001, anyone who “falsifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device
a material fact” might be guilty of making a false statement. By all appearances, failing to disclose a
major contact on the complaint form seems to fit the bill here. According to what Davis later wrote for The
Federalist, an official confirmed that the whistleblower hid his connection to Schiff.” The importance of this information can be
inferred by how much real estate it takes up on the disclosure form — an entire page.
According to Davis, the section was left blank. There have already been concerns about the
‘whistleblower’s’ complaint due to the fact it is based on hearsay, the person who
filed the report, a CIA agent we are told (I smell Obama’s CIA chief Brennan, personally)
did not actually witness the call. If Schiff has nothing to conceal, why did
he lie/misdirect about his team’s contact with the whistleblower? Something is rotten
in the Democratic Party and it’s starting to fester …

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