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Interesting angle on the Whistleblower complaint from James Howard Kunstler

 
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Interesting angle on the Whistleblower complaint from James Howard Kunstler
From his Friday blog:

So much material in this tale doesn’t add up that it looks like the results of a math test in a Baltimore middle school. For one thing, the now public whistleblower complaint makes it clear that the whistleblower’s information is second-hand. The Intel Community Whistleblower Protection Act (ICWPA) explicitly prohibits complaints based on second-hand news: “In order to find an urgent concern credible, the IGIC [Intel Community Inspector General] must be in possession of reliable, first-hand information. The IGIC cannot transmit information via the ICWPA based on an employee’s second-knowledge of wrongdoing. This includes information received from another person, such as when a fellow employee informs you that he/she has witnessed some type of wrongdoing.”

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Re: Interesting angle on the Whistleblower complaint from James Howard Kunstler
From his Friday blog:

So much material in this tale doesn’t add up that it looks like the results of a math test in a Baltimore middle school. For one thing, the now public whistleblower complaint makes it clear that the whistleblower’s information is second-hand. The Intel Community Whistleblower Protection Act (ICWPA) explicitly prohibits complaints based on second-hand news: “In order to find an urgent concern credible, the IGIC [Intel Community Inspector General] must be in possession of reliable, first-hand information. The IGIC cannot transmit information via the ICWPA based on an employee’s second-knowledge of wrongdoing. This includes information received from another person, such as when a fellow employee informs you that he/she has witnessed some type of wrongdoing.”

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That's all well and good.....IF what we were witnessing was a legitimate impeachment situation. Unfortunately, it's not.

This is all just a show designed to sway public opinion. It's what the DimoCraps and their media clowns have been about since Trump "stole" the election from Saint Hillary.
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Re: Interesting angle on the Whistleblower complaint from James Howard Kunstler
On NPR this morning they were already pushing the narrative that it wasn't the content of the phone call that was illegal (as originally stated until they got their asses handed to them on that point), now it's they way the information was handled and classified.

Ph00king puh-lease!





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