It was just a matter of time before the name of the so-called whistleblower would be uncovered, and his motive revealed. And as expected, Eric Ciaramella, is nothing more than a Biden minion, and a leftover disgruntled operative from the Obama Administration, moreover a member of the deep state.
According to RealClear Investigations, the 33-year old registered Democrat is a “never-Trumper” and what can only be described, as an active anti-Trump mole burrowed deep within the White House.
Ciaramella has been accused of (although never caught) leaking sensitive information and working closely with the former Vice President and has been an outspoken critic of the President’s policies.
He also played a part in the Russian collusion hoax, against the President.
A former NSC official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence matters revealed that Ciaramella “was accused of working against Trump and leaking against Trump.”
It was also revealed that Ciaramella huddled with the staff of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, asking for “guidance” in how to construct a whistleblower complaint that would no doubt afford him legal protection from criminal prosecution, rather than as a compulsive serial leaker.
This dubious character also worked with a Democratic National Committee operative who dug up dirt on the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.
The operative in question is Alexandra Chalupa, a Ukrainian-American who supported Hillary Clinton and attempted to tie the Republican campaign to the Russian government. “He knows her. He had her in the White House,” said one former co-worker, who requested anonymity to discuss the sensitive matter.
Also according to just-released federal records, Ciaramella attended a state luncheon with Joe Biden’s office back in October 2016. The list of attendees are names that have become all too familiar, they included former FBI Director James Comey and former National Intelligence Director James Clapper.
The report also reverenced the highly unusual situation in having a low-level GS-13 federal employee like Ciaramella, attending a gathering with obviously high ranking individuals. The report goes on to describe Ciaramella’s attendance at the state luncheon as “unusual,” saying it “signaled he was politically connected inside the Obama White House.”
That pointed reference within the report concerning Ciaramella invitation raises all kinds of interesting scenarios. For example, was Ciaramella’s spying in the White House on the behest of Joe Biden? Did Ciaramella share any sensitive information gathered from the White House directly with Joe Biden? Furthermore, did Ciaramella share the July 25th phone conversation the President had with Ukranian President Zelensky? And lastly was Biden directly or indirectly involved with the whistleblower complaint “before,” “during,” or “after” it was filed?
It’s obvious by the information gathered on Ciaramella, that he’s far from being a nonbiased individual, and in fact is a deep state operative, working within the White House for the sole purpose of undermining the Presidents agenda, moreover falsely accusing the President based on secondhand knowledge, as stated within the original complaint.
Moreover, the issue of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff’s direct involvement with Ciaramella may put the Chairman himself in a unique position. In that rather than presiding over the impeachment inquiry, he may by legal definition be a “fact-witness” in the impeachment proceedings.
“A fact witness is one who has first-hand knowledge of the event in question, and who was called to give evidence on what they saw. The fact witness holds a lot of weight within the case itself, and can be the definitive piece of information that will decide the case.”
“The fact witness is subject to being cross-examined to solidify their account of events, which can be either helpful or unhelpful to the defense based on the quality of the first-hand account.”
However, it’s not clear if Republicans can legally compel Schiff to testify under oath if impeachment officially goes to the Senate.