Report: Schiff Aide, Whistleblower Wanted To “Take Out” Trump. What Did Schiff Know and When Did He Know It?

Written by R. Cort Kirkwood | Source: TheNewAmerican | January 23, 2020 11:18 AM

The impeachment trial in which President Trump is defending himself against false accusations of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress might well be the result of a four-man conspiracy.

Paul Sperry of Real Clear Investigations reports that ballyhooed CIA whistleblower Eric Ciaramella and Sean Misko, a legman for House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff, leader of the impeachment prosecution team, said they must “take out” Trump when they worked at the White House.

But Misko began working for Schiff the day that Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindmann leaked the substance of Trump’s now-famous phone call with Ukraine President Volodomyr Zelensky to Ciaramella, who in turn filed the complaint with Schiff that began the impeachment.

Sperry based his lengthy report on conversations with White House officials who overheard Misko and Ciaramella discuss their desire to remove the president, along with employment records that track Misko’s move to Schiff’s staff.

The obvious conclusion: Misko, Ciaramella, and Vindmann didn’t like Trump’s foreign policy and connected with Schiff to stage a coup.


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