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Trump Wants To Sue Whistleblower’s Lawyer – “Maybe For Treason”

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Trump Wants To Sue Whistleblower’s Lawyer – “Maybe For Treason”

Trump Wants To Sue Whistleblower’s Lawyer – “Maybe For Treason”
November 13
21:50 2019

On Friday, November 8, 2019, President Donald Trump spoke from the South Lawn of the White House to reporters about the second “witch-hunt” being launched against him by his Democratic opponents who failed at proving any 2016 election Russian collusion: a Democrat-driven impeachment inquiry.

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) admitted on the December 3, 2019, edition of the CBS Sunday show Face The Nation that the impeachment proceedings are moving forward slowly because the Democrats have no real case:

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“Time is not constraining us, the truth and the facts are constraining us.”

Here are some inconvenient truths and facts that are coming out, thanks to the Democrats:

  1. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) made contact with the national security informant before he had filed a formal complaint against the allegedly illegal and impeachable phone conversation between Trump and Ukraine President Zelensky.
  2. The released phone call transcript revealed no wrong-doing. Wall Street Journal contributor Kimberly Strassel wrote: “Having read DOJ’s Trump-Ukraine release, here’s the real story: This is another internal attempt to take out a president, on the basis of another non-smoking-gun.”
  3. The Trump-Zelensky phone call whistleblower is thought to be a former CIA operative hired under the Obama administration named Eric Ciaramella who reportedly was employed by former CIA Director John Brennan, former Vice President Joe Biden, and participated in preparing the fake Steele dossier in 2016 that was used to justify the first failed Democratic Russian-collusion witch-hunt.

Evidence produced in 2019 shows that high-ranking officials in several top tech companies that control social media (such as Google and Facebook) pledged immediately after Hillary Clinton lost to the Republican to destroy Trump in the 2020 election.

To that end, whistleblowers and undercover investigations have identified a far-reaching liberal conspiracy to prevent Trump’s re-election next year. Some fanatical Democrats are on record for endorsing their constituents to act out violently against Democrats in public places.

And then, there are the deaths threats against the Commander-in-Chief, a treasonous act. One Democrat Illinois state senator hosted a fundraiser whose entertainment featured a simulated scene of “an assassination attempt against a mock Donald Trump decked out in Mexican garb. Looks like a man pointed a fake assault weapon at the fake President to pose for a picture.”

The senator apologized after the inappropriate stunt. Illinois governor J.B. Pritzker condemned the mock assassination, along with members from both sides of the state house’s aisle:

“As our nation grapples with the epidemic of gun violence, purposely pointing a fake gun at anyone is insensitive and wrong. I condemn actions like the ones displayed in the pictures because they lack the civility our politics demand.”

Speaking for the Democratic Party of Illinois, Maura Possley, said:

“The tragedies in El Paso and Gilroy have demonstrated how hate-filled political rhetoric can fuel violence. These images are unacceptable and dangerous. The place to make our voices heard against Trump is at the ballot box.”

Now, we find out that Mark Zaid, the lawyer representing the Trump-Zelenski call accuser, communicated with the Clintons, John Podesta, and George Soros to plan how to take down Trump. On January 31, 2017, mere days after Trump’s inauguration, Zaid tweeted that the “coup has started. First of many steps. Impeachment will follow ultimately.”

Speaking perhaps of the Democrats fired after Trump moved into the White House, Zaid posted that the coup would go on:

“As one falls, two more will take their place.”

In July 2017, Zaid tweeted about the political climate under the new GOP leader:

“It’s very scary. We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters. We have to.”

Trump called out the liberals pushing for impeachment from the South Lawn and advised legal proceeding against Zaid and his anti-American co-conspirators:

“The whistleblower is a disgrace to our country. His lawyer who said the worst things possible two years ago, he should be sued, and maybe for treason.”

As for the impeachment inquiry, Trump commented that public hearings are out of order and another waste of taxpayer money:

“Well, they shouldn’t be having public hearings. This is a hoax. This is just like the Russian witch hunt. This is just a continuation… of the hoax. It’s a disgraceful thing.”

Regarding Zaid, Trump expressed puzzlement that the man is being taken seriously, based on his subversive character:

“When you look at the lawyer for the whistleblower, I thought it ended when they found out that the lawyer was so compromised. I mean, the lawyer is a bad guy. So, you look at that. I thought that was the end of it.”

Trump pointed out that the U.S. economy is booming – but the liberal press isn’t interested in covering that story:

“In the meantime, we’ve got the best markets we’ve ever had – stock markets. We have the best unemployment numbers we’ve ever had. We have the best employment numbers we’ve ever had. We have almost 160 million people – we’ve never been even close to that. So we’re doing it – but unfortunately, you people don’t want to talk about that.”

On Wednesday evening, November 6, President Trump read the conspiratorial liberal tweets to a sold-out crowd of supporters during his latest political rally in Monroe, Louisiana.

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