Report: Schiff’s Staff Has Closer Relationship With Alleged Whistleblower

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is leading the Democrats impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, and he’s done a great job of proving the president didn’t do anything wrong.

Every time the lying little Schiff releases new information to the public about the impeachment witch hunt, it further proves Democrats have no case at all.

Schiff was hit with more bad news this week after his whistleblower secret slipped out — and this should send everyone into a panic.

According to the Washington Examiner, the alleged Ukraine whistleblower, Eric Ciaramella, has a “bro-like” relationship with one of Schiff’s top aides.

Ciaramella is widely believed to be the CIA official who filed a complaint in August regarding Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky back in July.

Ciaramella’s complaint is what triggered the impeachment inquiry, but his ties to Schiff’s team continues to raise serious — and very concerning — questions.

The Examiner reports that Schiff aides Abigail Grace and Sean Misko previously served on the National Security Council (NSC) alongside Ciaramella, and both worked at the White House at the same time he did.

The report quotes an anonymous former official who said that Misko and Ciaramella appeared to have a close friendship.

“My understanding was that they were friendly with one another,” said the former NSC official, who allegedly served as Ciaramella’s superior. “They would walk around the halls. Get lunch together and stuff like that.”

According to him, they were “very much cut from the same cloth,” with a friendship that was “bro-like.”

They also said Ciaramella seemed to have another agenda in addition to his formal job duties.

“There was this weird cultural hostility to me asking him, ‘You know, are you guys doing your job here?’ He had a lot of arrogance about him,” the source said. They also noted that Ciaramella acted as if he had connections that allowed him to be insubordinate.

“He had a lot of questions that were not about policy or strategy, but like, ‘Who are you? Where are you coming from? Are you here as a political appointee? Are you detail?’” the source said.

They went on: “These are things you ask if you want to be able to get dirt on somebody or you want to be able to figure out how powerful this person is. He was clearly an operator, not a person that’s there to do the job.”

Schiff has also been caught several times lying to the American people about his staff’s connections to the Ukraine whistleblower.

As noted by Turning Point USA’s Benny Johnson, Schiff denied two months ago on MSNBC’s Morning Joe that his office communicated with whistleblower.

Then, soon after that, the New York Times — certainly not a friendly outlet to Republicans — reported that Schiff lied and that his staff was in contact with the whistleblower before and after he filed the complaint in August.

“The whistleblower gave an early account of allegations against President Trump to a House aide who outlined it to Rep. Adam Schiff, who is now leading the impeachment inquiry,” the New York Times reported.

Aside from Schiff’s lies, we’ve also learned some very troubling information in recent weeks about the alleged whistleblower.

Ciaramella, the rumored whistleblower, is: (1) a registered Democrat; (2) worked for Obama and Joe Biden when they were in the White House; (3) is a vocal critic of Trump; (4) helped initiate the Russia “collusion” hoax; and (5) was fired from the National Security Council in 2017 for leaks, and returned to the CIA.

And apparently Ciaramella and Schiff’s team are much closer than many realized.

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