JFK Assassination
Bruce Patrick Brychek
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Post by Bruce Patrick Brychek » Thu Sep 26, 2019 9:58 pm

Thursday09.26.20194:58 p.m.,Chicago, Illinois time:Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:As I just read the below article I was reminded of two (2) Major Comments that I have heard severaltimes over the past decades.1. ONCE CIA, ALWAYS CIA.2. CHARACTER ASSASSINATION OFTEN PROCEEDS ACTUAL ASSASSINATION.As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.Comments ?Respectfully,BB.Thursday September 26, 2019NY Times: Whistleblower Is CIA Officer Who Worked at WHBy Todd Beamon | Thursday, 26 September 2019 03:01 PMThe whistleblower behind the complaint against President Donald Trump and his Ukrainian telephone call is a CIA officer who once worked at the White House but is now back at the agency, according to a published report Thursday."Little else is known about him," The New York Times disclosed, citing "three people familiar with his identity."But lawyers for the whistleblower refused to confirm his identity, telling the newspaper that doing so would be dangerous."Any decision to report any perceived identifying information of the whistleblower is deeply concerning and reckless, as it can place the individual in harm's way," lead counsel Andrew Bakaj said. "The whistleblower has a right to anonymity."A CIA spokesman declined to comment.In his testimony on the complaint Thursday before the House Intelligence Committee, acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire said he did not know the whistleblower's identity."We must protect those who demonstrate the courage to report alleged wrongdoing, whether on the battlefield or in the workplace," he told legislators.A DNI spokeswoman told the Times that protecting the whistleblower was the agency's highest priority.Maguire released the complaint to the House and Senate Intelligence committees Wednesday, making redacted declassified versions available before his congressional testimony.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday that six committees in the Democratic-controlled chamber would investigate President Trump for impeachment regarding the July 25 telephone call.Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet justified publishing details on the whistleblower."The role of the whistleblower, including his credibility and his place in the government," Baquet said, "is essential to understanding one of the most important issues facing the country — whether the president of the United States abused power and whether the White House covered it up."According to the report, the whistleblower's complaint "suggested he was an analyst by training and made clear he was steeped in details of American foreign policy toward Europe, demonstrating a sophisticated understanding of Ukrainian politics and at least some knowledge of the law."

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Post by Slav » Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:21 am

Bruce sent me this I thought it belongs here great info1600 DailyThe White House • October 2, 2019BREAKING: ‘Whistleblower’ colluded with House Democrats before making complaint As President Donald J. Trump joined Finland President Sauli Niinistö for a joint press conference this afternoon, he was handed a breaking news article published by The New York Times. The story is damning for House Democrats: Impeachment czar and Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) knew about the “whistleblower’s” complaint against President Trump before he or she made it. President Trump: Schiff’s account to Congress was a total fabrication.“The federal intelligence community whistleblower law explicitly states intelligence community whistleblowers must formally go through the ICIG [Inspector General of the Intelligence Community] *before* contacting Congress,” Federalist cofounder Sean Davis writes on Twitter.Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) adds that Rep. Schiff “withheld this info from the American people” and even from the House Intelligence Committee. “In light of this news, it’s hard to view impeachment as anything aside from an orchestrated farce.”Legitimate whistleblowers do this country an important service, President Trump says. But when these laws are exploited for raw partisan politics, it makes a mockery of the entire process. The damage being done to public trust in government is enormous. “Trump's transparency is driving the left nuts,” says former Rep. Jason Chaffetz.President Trump’s advice: Read the transcript!Last week, House Democrats chose to open an impeachment inquiry into Trump before they even investigated the alleged “quid pro quo” and “cover-up” in his phone call with Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelensky. That decision will haunt Democrats for months if not years to come.The very next day, President Trump foiled their gambit by releasing the full, unredacted transcript of his telephone conversation. You can read it here.The President wants all Americans to read the transcript for themselves. Congressional Democrats do not. That alone reveals their stunning error in judgment. The far left may not care what the truth is, but most American citizens expect Congress to do its homework before trying to remove a duly elected President from office. It didn’t.It explains why Rep. Adam Schiff read a fake, “parody” transcript of the call before the House Intelligence Committee last week. It explains why Democrats have quickly moved on to demanding other transcripts and documents, hoping to distract from the fact that the entire basis of their impeachment inquiry was proven to be false in a matter of hours. The problem is that, once again, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has overpromised and underdelivered. Democrats do not have the votes to remove President Trump from office. Even if they did, a majority of Americans oppose impeachment. Democrat leaders know this. But since they’ve used investigations as an excuse to obstruct bipartisan legislation for nearly 3 years, they eventually had to deliver something for their far-left base.It won’t work, but the good news is that something positive will come from the Democrats’ astonishing political incompetence. Democrats are right that Americans deserve to know the truth about corruption on the part of elected officials. With the media spotlight now on the Ukraine investigation, they’re finally going to get it.Senate Democrats pressured Ukraine last year to cooperate on the Mueller investigation into President Trump. This year, President Trump has asked Ukraine to fully cooperate with the Justice Department’s investigation into the actions of former Vice President Joe Biden and his family in Ukraine.Transparency and accountability apply to everyone. Congressional Democrats got their 2-year investigation into President Trump, which turned up nothing. Now, aided by their own impeachment stunt, Democrat leaders are coming under the same scrutiny. That’s a good thing. After all, Speaker Pelosi put it best: If there’s nothing to hide, then they have nothing to worry about.

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