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Monday, February 3, 2020

The Whistleblower's Duty

For John, BLUFI talked about part of this issue here.  Nothing to see here; just move along.

From The Epoch Times, by Writer Roger L. Simon, 31 January 2020.

Here is the lede plus six:

Who is the whistleblower, the man or woman who launched a thousand Schiffs?

Okay, bad joke. In any case, anyone with the slightest interest already knows who he or she is, although some pretend they don’t, like the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts and the very Adam Schiff.

Nevertheless his (let’s be at least that honest) identity is being hidden because that is allegedly required by the Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989.  It’s unclear whether that is true.

But let’s be honest a second time.  Congress (if it’s still awake) and legal scholars should look immediately into revising the Whistleblower Protection Act because it appears to have been turned on its head and used as a weapon for some of the most despicable behavior in American history.  Something’s drastically wrong with its language that it could be exploited that way.

The misuse of this act is the proximate cause of the embarrassing impeachment charade that has been numbing minds across our republic for weeks, almost always ignoring the sublime and going straight to the ultra-ridiculous—Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar debating the law with Alan Dershowitz on “The View.”

America deserves to know how [name redacted] was able to manipulate this law for such egregious ends, who manipulated it with him (was it the inspector general? Schiff personnel?  Schiff himself?  Others?), and when did it start?  That last may take us way back into 2015-2016, back to the days of the Steele dossier.  So many things are connected now.

We need to know the answer.  Was [name redacted] really a whistleblower or just another low rent, stomach-turning political operative, the kind of people who—while assuming they know better than the rest of us—are like termites undermining the fabric of our republic?

Being a Whistleblower is not a free pass to tattle on a co-worker.  Rather, it is a higher calling, which may require one to sacrifice one's day job.  Yes, there are laws to protect the Whistleblower, but those laws are not a total protection against a full investigation.  Further, they should not remove from the accused his or her fulll constitutional rights.

Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

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