Anti-Trump CIA “Whistleblower” Eric Ciaramella Spoke with Lt. Col. Vindman and Is Still Attending White House Meetings
The liberal mainstream media is reporting that whistleblower Eric Ciaramella was working with Schiff witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman in plotting this latest attempted coup of President Trump.
According to the Washington Post Eric Ciaramella worked late in his cubicle at the CIA headquarters for two weeks before submitting his complaint against President Trump.
During that same time period Ciaramella, who was not on the Trump-Zelensky call, was meeting with Adam Schiff’s office in planning the attack on the US president.
And now what was once rumored appears to be true — that Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was speaking with Ciaramella and may be his source for this latest attack on President Trump.
This information was leaked by the CIA plotters to their comrades at the Washington Post.
The Washington Examiner reported:
The whistleblower whose complaint about President Trump’s communications with Ukraine launched House impeachment proceedings was still attending White House meetings recently and may have spoken to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman prior to filing the complaint, according to the Washington Post.
On Saturday, the outlet published details about the steps a CIA analyst took to blow the whistle after the president urged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky during a July 25 phone call to start an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden, who is also leading the pack of 2020 Democrats. Notably, the Post was clear that the whistleblower is male.
“The analyst had served on the National Security Council during the Trump administration and had been in the presence of the president. After returning to the CIA, his job required him to continue to participate in National Security Council meetings,” the publication reported, indicating that the whistleblower was still attending meetings at the White House recently.
The Post claimed the whistleblower never told any of his White House contacts about his plans to file a complaint, which he worked on “after hours” in his cubicle at the CIA headquarters for two weeks before submitting it on Aug. 12.
Before filing the complaint, the anonymous person spoke with a White House official who also expressed concern over Trump’s conversation with Zelensky. The “shaken” official said the call was “frightening,” “crazy,” and “completely lacking in substance related to national security.”
While unconfirmed, it is possible that the official was Vindman, who still works with the whistleblower on U.S.-Ukraine policy.