Actually he writes: RUMORBLOWER NOT WHISTLEBLOWER. The author is Larry C. Johnson, a former CIA analyst who has collaborated with Bill Binney (NSA whistleblower) in exposing the Crowdstrike fraud regarding the DNC server--which, Donna Brazile has reminded us, was being run basically as a Hillary server. Johnson's blog is somewhat lengthy, but he makes good sense. Here are a few that I want to especially draw attention to. Note that Johnson hits on a point we've been discussing here--the probability that Trump took the Dems totally by surprise by quickly releasing the call transcript and other documentation, preempting what they had hoped would be a long, drawn out public foofaraw. I would also maintain that Trump did this with the full approval of AG Bill Barr, whom the Dems probably fully expected would block such a release, citing executive privilege (my instinctive response). Trump, and Barr, are proving themselves highly skilled at these games and just may have turned the tables decisively. One further comment. Johnson points out the ICIG's utter incompetence. I agree with CTH's assessment that the ICIG was acting maliciously. For details re Michael K. Atkinson, current ICIG, cf. It’s Deja-Vu All Over Again – The Ukraine Effort is Simply “Obstruction 2.0″, which details Atkinson's past in the DoJ National Security Division that approved the fraudulent Page FISA. With that intro, Johnson:
Now that we have seen the whistleblower complaint filed by a CIA officer against President Trump, there should be little doubt that it is a fraud and represents an abuse of the whistleblower process. I know genuine whistleblowers (e.g., Bill Binney, Kirk Wiebe, Ed Loomis, Thomas Drake, John Kiriakou, etc.) and have been one myself. I am familiar with the kind of information one must possess (or should possess) in order to initiate a complaint. This complaint does not even meet the stupid standard. It is a trumped up complaint.
The whistleblower is supposedly an analyst. Pray to God he is not. If this is an example of this clown's analytical chops then we now know why the CIA has been on the downward slide. Rather than focus on evidence and facts, this guy relied on rumor.
The egregious conduct of the whistleblower is exceeded by the incompetence of the Intelligence Community Inspector General. When the complaint was filed a competent professional IG would have dismissed it immediately because it was based on hearsay. If we follow his logic, every single Presidential conversation with a foreign leader that involves discussion of a policy or issue an analyst does not support could/should become an IG investigation. That is not an intelligence function no matter how sincerely or fiercely the complainant believes their beef merits attention.
It would appear that the Democrats who plotted with this CIA officer were counting on Donald Trump to claim executive privilege on his conversation with Ukrainian President Zelensky and, based on the same privilege, withhold the whistleblower complaint.
Whoops!! Trump did not play ball. He preempted the Democrat Kabuki theater by releasing the relevant documents and transcripts. President Trump pre-empted the ability of the Democrats to accuse him of illegal acts by citing his refusal to turnover documents.
COMMENT--At no time did President Trump say anything about the 2020 election or the need to do something to Biden to preempt his ability to run for the Democrat nomination. Trump's request was specifically about what happened in light of Joe Biden's public claim--I REPEAT, PUBLIC CLAIM--that he used the threat of withholding aid from Ukraine unless they fired the Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating the company that hired Joe's cocaine head son, Hunter.
This is an outrageous abuse by the intelligence community. The CIA cannot and should not be trusted. This analyst is an incompetent who does not know how to distinguish between fact and suspicion.
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