by Shane Trejo, Big League Politics:
The fix is in!
CIA Whistleblower Eric Ciaramella, who filed the complaint based on second-hand information regarding President Trump’s call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, was overheard scheming ways to remove Trump from he White House back in 2017.
According to sources that have spoken with RealClearInvestigations, Ciaramella had a discussion with Sean Misko, an Obama operative who later joined the staff of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), about how to oust the President from his duly-elected position.
“Just days after he was sworn in they were already talking about trying to get rid of him,” said an individual in the White House who overheard the conversation between Ciaramella and Misko.
“They weren’t just bent on subverting his agenda,” the source added. “They were plotting to actually have him removed from office.”
Misko left the White House to join Schiff’s staff, where he reportedly served as a liaison between Schiff’s office and Ciaramella following his whistleblower complaint. He helped to run Schiff’s impeachment inquiry as a lead investigator for House Democrats.
The efforts of Schiff, Ciaramella and Misko came to fruition when President Donald Trump was formally impeached last month. The trial is now underway despite the fact that the solidly Republican U.S. Senate is seriously unlikely to flip and convict the President.
These revelations about the conversation between Ciaramella and Misko eviscerate the narrative from Democrats that Ukraine-gate occurred because of the “patriotism” of an “apolitical civil servant.” Instead, it paints the picture of an organized deep state conspiracy working clandestinely to effectively render the political process moot.
“They didn’t like his policies,” another former White House official said. “They had a political vendetta against him from Day One.”
In addition, two members of the National Security Council heard Ciaramella and Misko making brazen anti-Trump remarks in the workplace in the wake of a briefing from former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
“They were popping off about how they were going to remove Trump from office. No joke,” said one of Misko and Ciaramella’s former colleagues.
“After Flynn briefed [the staff] about what ‘America first’ foreign policy means, Ciaramella turned to Misko and commented, ‘We need to take him out,’ ” said a military staffer who was detailed to the MSC. “And Misko replied, ‘Yeah, we need to do everything we can to take out the president.’ “
The military staffer made it clear that Ciaramella and Misko were plotting seditious activities because of their hatred of President Trump’s “America First” policy agenda.
The staffer said: “By ‘taking him out,’ they meant removing him from office by any means necessary. They were triggered by Trump’s and Flynn’s vision for the world. This was the first ‘all hands’ [staff meeting] where they got to see Trump’s national security team, and they were huffing and puffing throughout the briefing any time Flynn said something they didn’t like about ‘America First.’ ”