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originally posted by: Veryolduser
originally posted by: drewlander
originally posted by: Agit8dChop
Is this person even a whistle blower when
1 - they were not there and have no first hand knowledge
2 - someone leaked it to them
3 - they then leaked it via a Clinton/CIA operative
Mueller - Strike 1
Obstruction - Strike 2
Stormy - Strike 3
Trump Jnr Hotel - Strike 4
.. shouldnt they be out by now?
Yeah, i dont think so. Leaking second hand infornation sounds more aligned with the definition of "eavesdropping" which in that case, the whistleblower could be in trouble if they were not a participant in the matter at hand and they documented or recorded what they overheard.
Didn’t isreal just get caught with cell towers intended to eves drop on the whitehouse? Than amazingly there is a case that involved trump phone records. I wonder who could be behind this?www.google.com... w.politico.com/amp/story/2019/09/12/israel-white-house-spying-devices-1491351
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Notoneofyou
Unless I'm mistaken, I believe it's a high-end security service for servers/hosts.
With private hosting being a specialty of theirs and security involved with such.
The crowdstrike host/server
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Scepticaldem
No clue what this is trying to explain.....
You asked what the Senate did yesterday, right?
They did the same thing the House did today. Passed a resolution that the complaint be presented to Congress.
So they are asking why the president of the United States is asking another country to look into the last administration's corruption?
originally posted by: jrod
Transparency is a good thing. It's nice to see the House and Senate can unamiously agree on something.
I do not think this is a situation where DoD secrets or proprietary rights are involved and a security clearance protocol is necessary.
The public needs to know.
The source said that while the declassification process is completed, details about the public release of the complaint remain unclear. The complaint is also expected to have some redactions, according to the source.
The whistleblower complaint at the center of the political firestorm involving President Trump's contacts with Ukraine's leader has been declassified, a member of the House Intelligence Committee announced late Wednesday.
"BREAKING NEWS: The whistleblower complaint has been declassified. I encourage you all to read it," tweeted Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah).
originally posted by: xuenchen
]originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Oraculi
Isn't someone important and relevant to this thread suppose to testify before Congress tomorrow (Thursday)?
originally posted by: shooterbrody
a reply to: FredT
Did you read the transcript?
Did you see the president of Ukraine today?
There is nothing there.
This is complete crap
In no way high crimes and misdemeanors
originally posted by: Scepticaldem
Good lord! How dare anyone ask why the VPs kid should be making $50,000 a MONTH at a job he has no qualifications for!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We all want our government to be transparent right?