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The coup plotters are accusing the President of “quid pro quo,” meaning that he illegally threatened to withhold duly appropriated foreign aid so as to extort political assistance from a foreign nation. But they are lying, and here is why.

The American Thinker article on October 11, 2019 by J.R. Dunn, “Who is the whistleblower?” lists these potential candidates: Susan M. Gordon, Michael Barry, and Eric Ciaramella. But what about Alexander Daniluk?

“The official version says there was a CIA man, a whistle-blower, who reported to the Democrats. What the version does not clarify, where this whistle-blower was located during the call. I tell you, he was located in Kiev, and he was present at the conversation, at the Ukrainian President Zelensky’s side. This man was (perhaps) a CIA asset, but he also was a close associate of George Soros, and a Ukrainian high-ranking official. His name is Mr Alexander Daniluk.”

This is very important from Robert David Steele:

“The ‘anonymous’ US whistleblower — possibly Eric Ciaramella — is a former CIA analyst (or situation room coffee boy)… being used as a “cut-out” for second hand sources that may include CIA or DNC or Soros ‘assets.’”

Let’s assume that the true Ukranian informant is former Ukranian Finance Minister Alexander Daniluk — per journalist Israel Shamir’s interview with exiled Ukranian leader Oleg Tsarev.

Steele explains that this would mean the so-called official “whistleblower” — rumored to be Eric Ciamarella—played the part of the whistleblower, in collusion with Rep Adam Schiff, the head of the Intelligence Committee.

As previously documented on October 15, 2019, the House of Representatives’ Intelligence Committee page site was altered upon swear-in (Jan. 2019) to remove both the scope of the Committee’s jurisdiction and the rules of procedure.

Logically, this is because the plot was to impeach President Trump first and find an excuse later. This was already reported on Inauguration Day itself (January 20, 2017) by The Washington Post.

The coup plotters are accusing the President of “quid pro quo,” meaning that he illegally threatened to withhold duly appropriated foreign aid so as to extort political assistance from a foreign nation.

But they are lying, and here is why.

President Trump was doing his job to make sure money was not being diverted, as OMB chief Mick Mulvaney stated in his press briefing of October 17, 2019.

As the Lawfare blog notes, “OMB appears to have withheld the aid for reasons unrelated to the budget.”

What were those reasons?

In October 2018, under then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the United States launched an investigation into $3 billion stolen from taxpayers, using the Federal agency USAID.

As Tsarev stated:

“Two years ago, (that is already under President Trump) the United States began to investigate the allocation of 3 billion dollars; it was allocated in 2014, in 2015, in 2016; one billion dollars per year. The investigation showed that the documents were falsified, the money was transferred to Ukraine, and stolen. The investigators tracked each payment, discovered where the money went, where it was spent and how it was stolen. As a result, in October 2018, the U.S. Department of Justice opened a criminal case for ‘Abuse of power and embezzlement of American taxpayers’ money.”

DOJ could not afford to jeopardize an ongoing investigation — that did in fact have to do with Biden, who allegedly, per Tsarev, along with Secretary of State John Kerry and Ukrainian officials, was responsible for illegally diverting the funds.

President Trump did not ask for Biden to be investigated on the July 25, 2019 phone call because the DOJ was already after him for about 9 months.

It has nothing to do with politics.

Within one week of the story breaking on September 19, 2019, several Twitter users (former CIA official Pedro Israel Orta, for example, on September 23) reported that something was amiss with the whistleblower reporting form.

Finally, in testimony before Congress on October 4, 2019, the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG), Michael Atkinson, admitted to backdating its whistleblower report form (having the effect of changing the guidance on reporting to allow secondhand information) but under Congressional examination could not or would not explain why.

Commenting on the matter, House Intelligence Committee ranking member, Rep. Devin Nunes, stated on October 6, 2019 that Atkinson “knowingly changed” the form, adding that he is “either totally incompetent or part of the deep state.”

President Trump did not discuss the investigation with anyone because to do so would have been to compromise it.

This is the same reason the operation to take out the head of ISIS had no leaks — of course.

The people who are behind this coup know what the truth is. That is why they conduct the proceedings in secret, and run away when confronted.


By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author’s own. Public domain.

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