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Instead of sending a letter to Steve Linick, Inspector General for the Department of State, demanding he investigates whether any Department of State officials worked with President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, to advance President Trump’s political activities…

perhaps Kamala Harris should have sent a letter to Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, Michael K. Atkinson, demanding he investigates whether the whistleblower worked with any members or employees of the House of Representatives or non-governmental lawyers prior to submitting their whistleblower complaint – and who specifically wrote the complaint in the form of a lawyers brief, complete with legal references, footnotes, and appendices. And, as a good measure, whether or not the whistleblower, who is allegedly a current or former CIA employee was associated with Obama-appointed former CIA Director John Brennan or his associates, the DNC, or the Clintons?

From:      U.S. Senator Kamala Harris
To:          steve@onecitizenspeaking.com
Sent:        9/29/2019 8:35:54 AM
Subject:   ICYMI: Harris Demands Inspector General Investigate Any State Department Officials Working with Rudy Giuliani</steve@aminext.com></donotreply_harris@harris.senate.gov>


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          Harris Demands Inspector General Investigate Any State Department Officials Working with Rudy Giuliani

Friend,


It's been a long and busy, but productive week.

On Thursday, I sent a letter to Steve Linick, Inspector General for the Department of State, demanding he investigate whether any Department of State officials worked with President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, to advance President Trump’s political activities.

[OCS: If I remember correctly, the President of the United States has the power to appoint non-governmental officials to investigate government affairs.]

An August 12, 2019 complaint by an Intelligence Community whistleblower details the multiple efforts by President Trump and Mr. Giuliani to pressure Ukrainian officials to provide information to damage a political opponent and boost the president’s political prospects.

[OCS: These are the second or third-hand allegations of an unknown person, with unknown motives, who apparently conducted their own investigation by questioning individuals familiar with the event in question – which is outside of their official duties and represents little more than spying on behalf of themselves or unknown third parties.

Since the event in question did not involve intelligence functions or intelligence personnel in any official capacity, it staggers the imagination how this individual could be considered a whistleblower and how the Inspector General of Intelligence Communities  has any purview in this matter.

As for the letter to the Department of State IG, this is little more than an open-ended fishing expedition that has little or no probative value. This same request could be made of any non-governmental individuals, such as Sidney Blumenthal, Cody Shearer, Glenn Simpson, Christopher Steele, and many other individuals who may have conspired with government officials to commit criminal acts including perjury, destruction of documents, destruction of government property, fraud, and domestic spying on American citizens.

Perhaps Kamala Harris can show the world where being a candidate for public office somehow absolves you of  being investigated or prosecuted for allegations of past criminal activities?]

These efforts are an abuse of the power of the presidency and a threat to the integrity of our democratic government.

[OCS: This is laughable given that one Democrat candidate, the Democratic National Committee, and various top-level Obama Administration officials not only conspired to interfere with an election, but perpetrated criminal acts prior to and following the inauguration of President Trump.]

Let's be clear about one thing. President Trump is a lawless president. His administration reeks of corruption. It reeks of self-service.

[OCS: What an example of pure psychiatric projection – where one individual or group ascribes their behavior to their opposition. And, in this case, falsely, as there is no indication that Donald Trump or the Trump Administration, one of the most heavily scrutinized individuals and organizations in modern history, has done any the wrong – or even anything approaching the activities of President Obama and his corrupt administration.

As for self-service, why does Kamala Harris continue to allow herself to be portrayed as an African-American when her heritage is Indian and Jamaican?]

If any officials at the State Department worked with Rudy Giuliani to advance Trump's political activities, then the American people need to know about it. That's why I'm demanding the State Department's Inspector General open an investigation.

We must continue to seek the truth - our democracy depends on it. 

[OCS: If Kamala Harris truly believed what she writes, she would be calling for an investigation into the Obama Administration and the corruption at the highest levels of the intelligence, law-enforcement, and diplomatic communities. ]

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Adding to the drama – and protecting the faux whistleblower from further scrutiny…  

[OCS: NOTHING LIKE WIDELY PUBLICIZING A THREAT AND MAKING IT MORE DANGEROUS FOR YOUR CLIENT – IS THIS MALPRACTICE?]   

Tonight, "60 Minutes" has obtained a letter that indicates the government whistleblower who set off the impeachment inquiry of President Trump is under federal protection, because he or she fears for their safety. These rapidly developing events began Tuesday when Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi ordered the investigation based on a phone call between Mr. Trump and the president of Ukraine. President Volodymyr Zelensky asked Mr. Trump for missiles, Mr. Trump asks Zelensky for "a favor" to investigate Mr. Trump's Democratic rivals.

[OCS: Funny, the letter was from Andrew P. Bakaj, the Lead Attorney for the Intelligence Community Whistleblower, and the Compass Rose Legal Group, a known partisan democrat law firm who may or may not have the appropriate security clearances to deal with classified government matters.]

The events of the past week have heightened our concerns that our client's identity will be disclosed publicly and that, as a result, our client will be put in harm's way.

On September 26, 2019, the President of the United States said the following:

I want to know who's the person that gave the Whistleblower, who's the person that gave the Whistleblower the information, because that's dose to a spy. You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart? Right? With spies and treason, right? We used to handle them a little differently than we do now.

The fact that the President's statement was directed to "the person that gave the Whistleblower the information" does nothing to assuage our concerns for our client's safety. Moreover, certain individuals have issued a $50,000 "bounty" for "any information" relating to our client's identity.

[OCS: One might presume that one would turn over any information on threats to the FBI and local law enforcement agencies rather than publicize the bounty in the mainstream media.]

Unfortunately, we expect this situation to worsen, and to become even more dangerous for our client and any other whistleblowers, as Congress seeks to investigate this matter.

<Source: Read the letter in full and in context here.>

[OCS: Dirty tricks?

The anonymous U.S. intelligence official accusing President Trump of improperly pressuring Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden is represented by two lawyers who run a group that offers financial help to fired whistleblowers.

Whistleblower Aid was launched in September 2017 — eight months after Trump's inauguration — with an advertising blitz that involved mobile billboards being driven close to the White House, Congress, outside the Pentagon, and around the headquarters of the CIA and National Security Agency.

The group’s pledge of support, in addition to free legal representation including rent and mortgage assistance, media coaching, and doctor’s bills and counseling, is controversial among lawyers. Critics say it violates attorney ethics.

Whistleblower Aid was founded by veteran national security defense attorney Mark Zaid and John Tye, a whistleblower who worked to promote internet freedom at the State Department before warning of mass surveillance during the Obama administration. Andrew Bakaj, a former CIA officer who is associated with Zaid's firm, is also a lawyer for Whistleblower Aid. <Source>

The Democrats, the party of lawyers, seem to have any number of attorneys willing to engage in dirty tricks or last-minute stunts. Gloria Allred, Michael Avenatti, Marc Elias, Perkins Coie, and all of the clintonista attorneys. ] 

Bottom line…

When the Trump/Russia collusion ploy failed and the obstruction of justice ploy failed, it appears the Democrats trumped-up (pun intended) the Ukraine ploy – which is also doomed to failure. It seems that the Democrats need a constant investigation into a scandal to distract from the real problems facing individual Democrats and the party apparatus.

The whistleblower is not a protected CIA asset, so why is the mainstream media so reluctant to leak their name -- never stopped them before?

Nothing like publicizing Trump and portraying him as the underdog in the 2020 race towards socialism.

We are so screwed.

-- steve


“Nullius in verba.”-- take nobody's word for it!

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