Paul Sperry Outs Bogus Ukrainegate ‘Whistleblower’: If True, It Is a Massive Scandal
Oct. 31. 2019 (EIRNS)—RealClearInvestigations and New York Post reporter Paul Sperry disclosed the name that all of Washington and the national news media “know” is the whistleblower, according to Sperry’s report on in RealClearInvestigations on Oct. 30, “The Beltway’s ‘Whistleblower’ Furor Obsesses Over One Name.”
While Sperry’s report has not been confirmed, he quotes Fred Fleitz, a former deputy national security adviser to President Donald Trump who says, “everyone knows who he is. CNN knows. The Washington Post knows. The New York Times knows. Congress knows. The White House knows. Even the President knows who he is.” The name has been floated into the House impeachment proceedings by Republicans, and dossiers about the “whistleblower” are circulating on Capitol Hill.
If Sperry is right, it completely confirms LaRouche PAC’s report on Ukrainegate, entitled, “Ukrainegate, or the Coup Against President Donald Trump—Phase Three,” which is now circulating. Eric Ciaramella is a CIA analyst who worked with Joe Biden and Susan Rice on Ukraine in the Obama White House and also worked with Alexandra Chalupa, the DNC operative who led the Ukrainian government’s interventions into the 2016 U.S. elections on behalf of Hillary Clinton. He was on the National Security Council staff under Trump as the chair on Ukrainian affairs. Ciaramella was accused of working against Trump and leaking against Trump, according to a former NSC official who spoke to Sperry, and he returned to the CIA in mid-2017. According to the dossier circulating on Capitol Hill, it was Ciaramella who leaked to the media about Trump’s meeting with Russian diplomats right after he fired James Comey as FBI director, and it was Ciaramella who allegedly argued the narrative that it was President Vladimir Putin who ordered Trump to fire Comey. Earlier in the year, Adam Schiff hired two of Ciaramella’s closest allies and friends at the NSC for the House Intelligence Committee. Sperry focuses on Sean Misko in his article. It is clear that Schiff’s staff provided “guidance” to the “whistleblower” prior to his filing his complaint.