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Inspector General Complaint Claims Ukraine Whistleblower Violated Fundraising Laws

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posted on Nov, 12 2019 @ 10:12 PM
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originally posted by: Grambler
a reply to: Caractacus

Perhaps this whistleblower does not want to reveal he is a government employee

Why does his reporting about what he has heard through second hand reporting not qualify as relevant info?

If he is not a government employee, why is his whistleblowing any less meaningful?




It is not the definition of Whistleblower.

Whistleblower is "Insider" as in government employee with "Inside" information, not publicly available information.



Wouldn’t enquiring about this persons positive range his life?


I don't know what this means.


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posted on Nov, 12 2019 @ 10:19 PM
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Endanger his life

You have no definitive proof this man is not a government employee

Seeking questions into his position may endanger his life, so claim the democrats with their whistle blower

We also never used to consider people who didn’t even work in the White House and didn’t even have first hand knowledge of the event they were blowing the whistle on to be whistleblowers

But the democrats have changed the rules

According to them, anyone even reporting second hand knowledge must be a hero and taken seriously



posted on Nov, 13 2019 @ 08:43 AM
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originally posted by: SKEPTEK
The hammer better drop hard on these Coup participants or our republic is done for.



It won't.

They will get away with it like Ford getting away with lying about Kavanaugh.

Clinton stealing the nomination from Sanders, and building a WALL around the PA convention center.

It's absolutely disgusting how much they get away with.

And the Republic is DEAD, it has been for a long time.



posted on Nov, 13 2019 @ 04:08 PM
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originally posted by: Grambler
a reply to: Caractacus

Endanger his life

You have no definitive proof this man is not a government employee


A government employee is entitled to provisions and protections of the WB protections act, none of which are cited int he complaint you linked to. Only someone "that wishes to remain anonymous".



Seeking questions into his position may endanger his life, so claim the democrats with their whistle blower


There are over 2 Million government employees. If the complaint went through normal routes for government employees it would not endanger exposing his identity.



posted on Nov, 13 2019 @ 07:34 PM
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originally posted by: Caractacus

originally posted by: YouSir

originally posted by: Caractacus
a reply to: xuenchen

Looking at the Gofundme page, it is for the Whistle-blower's Attorneys, not directly for the Whistle blower.

Not sure if that still qualifies under whatever statute is mentioned.




Ummm...Ohhh...Ohhhhh...it's to pay the rumor mongers attorney fees...not for the rumor monger...is that right...?

Which would still make these donations...for...the rumor monger...



Not sure if that is how it works.

On that page the Attorneys also explain they are representing a second Whistleblower as well?

My other thought is that Rudy Giuliani has claimed he has been working for President Trump and his campaign for over a year now "Pro Bono", would that qualify as undeclared campaign contributions?

I am not a lawyer. I am just pointing out that these contributions are to the Attorneys, not the Whistle Blower and the original article failed to mention that and I suspect it is relevant to the claim.


Another thing, there is no evidence that foreign nationals donated to the GoFundMe. They are just pandering because GoFundMe is anonymous donors.

This whole story is a nothingburger.




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