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Treason At The CIA. Plot To Overthrow Trump Revealed

By, John Acord, Editor
January 21, 2024

Just recently revealed records show that on January 2017, an “all-hands” National Security Council staff conference was convened for the specific function of computing to “get rid” of then-President Trump.

Donald Trump, the properly elected president, was currently in the midst of a Russia collusion scam implicating him of high treason, which was managed by beat Democratic governmental prospect Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee.

Trump’s political opponents weaponized the incorrect allegation of Russian collusion using Russian disinformation in the Steele file. This had actually caused 2016 Trump project monitoring and the weakening of his very first presidential term with the ensuing Mueller investigation. It was the practiced act of “election disturbance.”

This 2017 NSC meeting included a figure that Americans would pertain to discover more about throughout the first impeachment imbroglio, based upon rumor that Donald Trump was trying to procure “dirt” on future president Joe Biden from the Ukrainian president.

The individual in question? Eric Ciaramella, allegedly the “whistleblower” at the center of the controversy.

“2020 Real Clear Investigations: Establishing the Setting

Just a couple of weeks after Donald Trump became president, Eric Ciaramella, a CIA analyst who has been identified as the anonymous “whistleblower” behind Trump’s impeachment, was heard in the White House talking with another staff member about ways to remove the newly elected president from office, as reported by former colleagues.

According to sources who spoke to RealClearInvestigations, the person whom Ciaramella was conversing with was Sean Misko, who, along with Ciaramella, was a holdover from the Obama administration working in the Trump White House on foreign policy and national security matters. Both individuals were supposedly displeased with Trump’s “America First” foreign policy approach, which marked a significant departure from the international relations strategy employed by President Obama.

“A mere few days had passed since his inauguration when whispers of ousting him began circulating,” revealed a former White House official who was privy to their discussion.

“Their goals went beyond simply undermining his plans; they were actively conspiring to oust him from his position.”

Notably, both Ciaramella and Misko were involved in the scheme to oust Donald Trump during the initial impeachment proceedings.

Misko left the White House last summer to join House impeachment manager Adam Schiff’s committee, where sources say he offered “guidance” to the whistleblower, who has been officially identified only as an intelligence officer in a complaint against Trump filed under whistleblower laws. Misko then helped run the impeachment inquiry based on that complaint as a top investigator for congressional Democrats. […]

The disclosed information about the collaboration between the individual suspected to be the whistleblower and an important Democratic staff member, which is presented here for the first time, undermines the idea that the impeachment process was completely independent and driven solely by the patriotic actions of a nonpartisan government employee, as claimed by Trump’s Democratic critics.

Two former co-workers said they overheard Ciaramella and Misko, close friends and Democrats, discussing how to “take out,” or remove, the new president from office within days of Trump’s inauguration. These co-workers said the president’s controversial Ukraine phone call in July 2019 provided the pretext they and their Democratic allies had been looking for.

“They had an aversion to his policies,” a different ex-White House staff member remarked. “Right from the beginning, they harbored a personal grudge against him.”

Furthermore, the documentation that shows how Rep. Adam Schiff’s office was contacted by the “whistleblower” was reported as being “Secret.”

According to the investigators, information regarding the whistleblower’s interactions with Schiff’s staff, including possible misrepresentations about those interactions, can be found in a transcript of a closed-door briefing given by Atkinson to the House Intelligence Committee in October. However, Schiff has chosen to keep the transcript confidential, making it the only impeachment witness transcript that has not been released to the public.

Schiff has classified the document “Secret,” preventing Republicans who attended the Atkinson briefing from quoting from it. Even impeachment investigators can not view it outside a highly secured room, known as a “SCIF,” in the basement of the Capitol. Members must first get permission from Schiff, and they are forbidden from bringing phones into the SCIF or from taking notes from the document.

However, a recent lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch aims to unearth the records of the National Security Council meeting in question.

“Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Defense for reports submitted by a military officer to his superiors regarding an alleged conversation around January 2017 between CIA analysts Eric Ciaramella and Sean Misko about trying to “get rid” of then-President Trump (Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department of Defense (No. 1:24- cv-00068)),” the legal watchdog announced.

Judicial Watch “sued after the Defense Department failed to respond to a January 14, 2022, FOIA request for”:

All reports that were submitted by a US military officer who was assigned to the National Security Council to his higher authorities, regarding a conversation he happened to hear during a staff meeting in January 2017 between CIA analysts Eric Ciaramella and Sean Misko about attempting to remove then-President Trump, as mentioned in an article from Real Clear Investigations on January 22, 2020, can be found at this link.

Any and all records relating to any investigations conducted by the Department of Defense and/or its sub-agencies and departments into the alleged conversation between Misko and Ciaramella referenced above, including but not limited to investigative reports and witness statements.
All emails and communications sent to and from members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff regarding the alleged conversation between Misko and Ciaramella and any related investigations.
At a meeting of the NSC staffers two weeks into the Trump administration, an anonymous military staffer sat directly in front of Ciaramella and Misko and verified hearing them discuss deposing Trump.

“After Flynn briefed [the staff] about what ‘America First’ foreign policy means, Ciaramella turned to Misko and commented, ‘We need to take him out,'” the staffer recalled. “And Misko replied, ‘Yeah, we need to do everything we can to take out the president.'”

According to the military detailee, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, “By ‘taking him out,’ they meant removing him from office by any means necessary. They were triggered by Trump’s and Flynn’s vision for the world. This was the first ‘all hands’ [staff meeting] where they got to see Trump’s national security team, and they were huffing and puffing throughout the briefing any time Flynn said something they didn’t like about ‘America First.'”

He mentioned that he additionally caught Ciaramella saying to Misko, regarding Trump, “We must prevent him from implementing this foreign policy.”

The soldier was concerned by the conversation he overheard and immediately informed his higher-ups of the situation.

“It was so shocking that they were so blatant and outspoken about their opinion,” he recalled. “They weren’t shouting it, but they didn’t seem to feel the need to hide it.”

“According to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton, the intelligence community sought to remove Trump from office for his audacity in questioning the Biden family’s alleged corruption and election interference, specifically in relation to Ukraine and Burisma. Fitton believes that the Biden Defense Department’s failure to respond to a straightforward FOIA request for over a year is a clear attempt to conceal the truth about the Deep State’s efforts to target Trump.”

Judicial Watch had earlier filed a lawsuit seeking information regarding Ciaramella, and in November 2019, it was disclosed that several individuals associated with left-leaning organizations funded by George Soros had visited Ciaramella at the White House.

In December 2019, Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit against the DOJ and the CIA over contacts between Ciaramella and former FBI agent Peter Strzok, former FBI Attorney Lisa Page, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and/or the Special Counsel’s Office. In both instances, the government declined to provide records, “refusing to confirm or deny the existence or non-existence of responsive records” because “confirming or denying the existence or non-existence of responsive records would reveal information protected by the CIA Act, namely the existence or non-existence of an employment relationship between the Agency and Mr. Ciaramella.” And, would constitute an “unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.”

The NSC staff meeting, as described, would be evidence of high treason against a sitting President of the United States. It would be a true “insurrection” to topple the Commander-in-Chief, and would typically be prosecuted in a court of law, leading to arrest or court martial. The secret documents are thus critical to exposing a reported CIA and NSC plot to remove Donald Trump as President of the United States “by any means possible.”

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