“Whistleblower” Directly Linked with Biden Effort to Fire Ukraine Prosecutor



BOMBSHELL REPORT: “Whistleblower” Eric Ciaramella Directly Linked with Biden Effort to Fire Ukraine Prosecutor

by Director Blue

If you’re not following Stephen McIntyre on Twitter (@ClimateAudit), please do so now. That’s an order. Now that formalities are out of the way, I want to share some highlights from McIntyre’s amazing research that ties the alleged “Whistleblower” Eric Ciaramella to Joe and Hunter Biden. The efforts of the “whistleblower” may be more motivated about covering up his own activities than anything else.]

[Editor’s Note: Viktor Shokin is the prosecutor Joe Biden told Ukraine to fire if they wanted their USAid. Shokin was investigating Burisma where Hunter Biden sat on the board collecting somewhere between $55,000 and $83,000 a month. Joe Biden’s defense is everyone wanted Shokin fired since he was corrupt. According to Shokin, he was told by President Poroshenko that he was fired after Joe forced the issue. Ciaramella appears to be involved.]

McIntyre writes (abridged from Twitter):

… during his six months of tenure as Prosecutor General, Shokin had overseen the establishment of an anti-corruption bureau (NABU) as requested by US/West. A director (Sytnyk) had been appointed in April, offices set up in May, investigative staff hired in August.

He had also established a committee for appointment of a Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor (as requested) with appointment announced in November (Kholodnitsky).

After US-initiated regime change in Feb 2014, Shokin had been called out of retirement by new government to assist in reforming the Prosecutors’ office, initially as a Deputy Prosecutor General, then appointed as Prosecutor General in Feb 2015.

To put this in perspective (and I don’t wish to over-press coparison), Bill Barr was also a retired former official called out of retirement to reform a DOJ. Tensions inevitably arose between Barr and (for example) Andrew Weissman. Tensions also arose between Shokin and several ambitious younger Ukrainian prosecutors, especially Kasko, Sytnyk (who had been appointed head of NABU) and Sakveralidze, who had been imported from Biden’s Georgia posse as a Deputy PG.

I don’t pretend to be able to sort out the rights or wrongs of subsequent quarrels between Shokin and younger prosecutors. At a distance, it’s impossible to sort out. I only observe that such quarrels arise when ambitious people are involved and, as shown below, US viceroys early on took the side of the prosecutors who were Weissman’s age, not Barr’s age.

As a preview, the influential Atlantic Council demanded a Robespierrian gutting of entire Ukrainian justice system, including the dismissal (“lustration”) of all 10,000 judges. After all, <sarc> lustration

Restating this:

Alleged “whistleblower” (I think “leakerblower” is a better description) Eric Ciaramella was himself involved in Biden’s original quid pro quo (or, as the Democrats like to call it, “extortion”).

Further, he seems to have been involved in the original Russia-collusion hoax. Having hosted them, Ciaramella is probably who asked the Ukrainians to dig up dirt on Manafort!

The efforts of the “whistleblower” may be more motivated about covering up his own activities than anything else.


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Robert Laity
Robert Laity
4 years ago

I filed an ABA Ethics complaint against Mark S. Zaid, Esq.,one of the Whistleblowers co-counsels. https://www.thepostemail.com/2019/11/11/citizen-files-complaint-with-aba-against-whistleblower-attorney/

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
4 years ago
Reply to  Robert Laity

We need experts like you, clearly the republican “leaders” in the senate will not do a thing to protect the nation. Thanks.

Jules P Guidry
Jules P Guidry
4 years ago

Sounds like the “whistleblower” is worthy of a reward of free room and board at one of the feds fine resorts. Perhaps, Gitmo or Leavenworth.
My preference would be see all the traitors swinging in the breeze from lamp posts in DC.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
4 years ago
Reply to  Jules P Guidry

Yes, but who is going to do that? The coup is a national emergency, and Barr has been stalling for his precious internal audit. Barr is not investigating the Ukraine matters, he has barely started his coup criminal investigation. Barr would want State to do a year long internal audit on the Ukraine first, then he would throw it all away anyways.