Whistleblower Identified, Questions Arise about Participation in Coup Against President Trump

You’ve heard the phrase “witch hunt” thrown around a lot. Now, the word “coup” is in the equation.

Before we get into this, it’s important to understand one thing. President Trump and his allies were not the one to call this a coup. No, that honor belongs to one of the co-conspirators who literally called the impeachment proceedings a coup.

That’s the least of the breaking news that you need to know. To know one’s great surprise, we’re now learning that the whistleblower who started this whole impeachment witch hunt was in fact a partisan actor all along. We long suspected that he or she might have been working with Adam Schiff and/or the Bidens from the start. We were right.

While most of the mainstream media refuses to say his name, Eric Ciaramella is the name you need to remember. It might not seem so important, but the Democrats have been emphatic in their desire to keep that name from your knowledge. Obviously, it’s of paramount importance and will probably damage the Democratic Party’s credibility.

If you want to understand why you shouldn’t know this name, watch the video. Glenn Beck has been on fire recently, and he won’t disappoint here. The full impeachment scandal is deep and convoluted, but Beck does a great job of navigating us all through the twists and turns.

Anyone who can favor impeachment after watching this video never cared about justice or the Constitution in the first place.


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