Whistleblower Lawyer's Tweets Come Back to Haunt Him: We Will Get Rid of Trump
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Attorney to the infamous Ukraine whistleblower Mark Zaid's past tweets are coming back to haunt him considering they prove his extreme anti-Trump political bias.
Back in 2017, Zaid targeted the President when he said, "We will get rid of him."
Currently, Zaid is the attorney for the whistleblower who accused President Donald Trump of demanding an investigation of Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden in exchange for military aid.
Unfortunately for Zaid, this isn't the only anti-Trump tweet he had. Back in July of 2017, the lawyer tweeted: “Since Jan 20th, I would much rather be in Canada. What a great country! We’ll be great again when @realDonaldTrump leaves."
He then responded to a comment asking if Trump would be removed from office: “It’s very scary. We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters. We have to.”
It's very scary. We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters. We have to.— Mark S. Zaid (@MarkSZaidEsq) July 2, 2017
The extreme bias from the whistleblower and their lawyer is becoming more and more clear. Last week, Real Clear Investigations dropped a report that claimed Eric Ciaramella is most likely the infamous anti-Trump whistleblower who is responsible for the start of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
New revelations show that Ciaramella was not only closely connected to former President Barack Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden, but he also had key roles in the creation of the fake, anti-Trump dossier which was funded by Hillary Clinton and produced by Fusion GPS.
Check out what Breitbart reported:
That and other emails show Ciaramella interfaced about Ukraine with individuals who played key roles in facilitating the infamous anti-Trump dossier produced by Fusion GPS and reportedly financed by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee. One of those individuals, then-Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs Victoria Nuland (pictured), received updates on Ukraine issues from dossier author Christopher Steele in addition to Nuland’s direct role in the dossier controversy.
Also part of the email chains was Christopher J. Anderson, who was a special adviser to former special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker. Anderson testified to the Democrat-led House committees running the impeachment inquiry.
Ciaramella’s name comes up in six Obama-era government emails that were released by the State Department as part of two previous Freedom of Information Act requests. At the time of the exchanges, Ciaramella served as the Director for Baltic and Eastern European Affairs for the Obama-era National Security Council, where he worked on Ukraine policy. He is now an analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency.
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