IS THE “WHISTLEBLOWER” A DEEP STATE PLANT?

During the past several weeks we have picked up bits and pieces about the so-called “whistleblower” who, presumably, started the hullabaloo over President Trump’s conversation with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.  But not much of substance.

Now, however, while his/her identity is still well hidden from the general public, we’re finding out more.  And what we’re finding out suggests that this may not have been a sincere “whistle-blowing” effort but that the initial whistleblower (now there are supposed to be two) was a deep-state plant.

From Tristan Justice’s article at thefederalist.com, we have this:

One of the attorneys that assisted the anonymous “whistleblowers” accusing President Donald Trump of conspiring with foreign leaders to interfere in the next U.S. presidential election used to report directly to former director of national intelligence James Clapper.

Charles McCullough, an attorney who assisted Andrew Bakaj, a former staffer for Sens. Chuck Schumer and Hillary Clinton, at the beginning of the process was previously the inspector general of the intelligence community (ICIG) at the height of the Clinton email scandal.

Used to report to james clapper, eh?

Say, isn’t clapper one of the people whose name is prominent in the investigations currently being conducted by Attorney General Barr and John Durham…

…not to mention the already-completed investigation by inspector general Michael Horowitz which, according to at least one report, is going to be released within the next two weeks?

Every time you think the stench of this whistle-blower farce can’t get more malodorous, it does.

In fairness, we do not know what inspector General Horowitz’s report has to say, and it is foolish to make assumptions before the fact.

But if I were clapper, or brennan, or mccabe, or comey, or strzok, or page, or some of the others neck-deep in what he investigated, I doubt I would be looking forward to it very eagerly.

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