Romney’s adviser revealed as a Burisma board member

 

All roads lead to Ukraine. Looks like it is now time to have a look at Romney and his connection to Burisma? Romney states “it is critical for the facts to come out.”

“I did read the transcript. It remains troubling in the extreme. It’s deeply troubling,” said Romney to reporters on Wednesday. “Clearly what we’ve seen from the transcript itself is deeply troubling.”

“If the President asked or pressured Ukraine’s president to investigate his political rival, either directly or through his personal attorney, it would be troubling in the extreme,” Romney tweeted, adding that it’s “Critical for the facts to come out.”

Interestingly, however – Romney’s 2012 national security adviser sits on the board of Burisma.

Now read this from Thomas Lifson via The American Thinker

Well, this is certainly an odd coincidence! In fact, when you dig in, you find an amazing series of coincidences. If you believe in coincidences when the CIA is involved, that is.

Mitt Romney’s national security advisor in his 2012 campaign — a career CIA spook who rose to its top levels — sits on the board of directors of Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company that formerly paid Hunter Biden $50k a month despite his complete lack of credentials or qualifications.

And it also an odd coincidence that Mitt has as CNN puts it “been a lone Republican voice expressing concern about President Donald Trump’s July phone call with Volodymyr Zelensky in which Trump asked Ukraine’s President to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his family.”

Back on October 6, 2011, presidential candidate Mitt Romney proudly announced that Joseph Cofer Black (listed as “Cofer Black”) was among the people chosen as “special advisers”:

… to advise Governor Romney on foreign policy strategy, defense issues, intelligence matters, counterterrorism, and regional policy. These advisers will assist Governor Romney as he presents his vision for restoring American leadership in the world and securing our enduring interests and ideals abroad.

Mr. Black brought to this role his extensive background at the CIA, which he joined in 1974 and where he trained for covert operations

A great read and worth the trip: American Thinker
More at Zero Hedge

What is getting apparently clear is that what we thought was the State department running our foreign policy in fact is the CIA. I ask why is the CIA transcribing what happens with phone calls the President makes. Why not the State department?

Whistle blower? This is no whistle blower. This is a Coup.

All is very well in the swamp.

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‘Whistleblower’ Is Represented by former Schumer and Hillary Clinton Operative!

 

The Deep State “whistleblower” who spoke out on President Trump’s call to the Ukrainian President in July, but who was not on the call, has hired a former Schumer and Hillary Clinton staffer Andrew Bakaj to represent him/her.

Recall

 

This comes on the heels of Schiff hiring Daniel Goldman as the panel’s director of investigations. Goldman worked out of the Southern District of New York and specializes in Russian organized crime.

Goldman is also a fellow at the George Soros-funded Brennan Center for Justice, with offices in New York City and Washington, DC.

Called connecting the dots. The fix is in.

Attorney Andrew Bakaj is representing an anonymous client who filed a whistleblower complaint based on rumors.

Bakaj released this statement on Tuesday evening following Democrat Speaker Pelosi’s statement to launch impeachment proceedings.Statement and Associated Documents here: https://compassrosepllc.com/intelligence-community-whistleblower-matter/ 

 

Andrew Bakaj
Via The Federalist.

The anonymous person who filed a formal, uncorroborated complaint against President Donald Trump for allegedly asking a foreign leader to investigate corruption related to Joe Biden now has a legal team that includes a Democratic operative who worked for Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.).

Andrew Bakaj, now a managing partner at the Compass Rose Legal Group, interned for Schumer in the spring of 2001 and for Clinton in the fall of the same year, according to Bakaj’s LinkedIn page. More recently, Bakaj has worked as an official in the CIA and Pentagon and specializes in whistleblower and security clearances in his legal practice.

Andrew P. Bakaj@AndrewBakaj

BREAKING NEWS: Statement Concerning the Intelligence Community Whistleblower

Statement and Associated Documents here: https://compassrosepllc.com/intelligence-community-whistleblower-matter/ 

Intelligence Community Whistleblower Matter | Compass Rose Legal Group, PLLC

September 24, 2019, Statement from Intelligence Community Whistleblower Legal Team September 24, 2019, Letter from Andrew P. Bakaj, Attorney for Intelligence Community Whistleblower to Acting…

compassrosepllc.com

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Schiff: ‘Biden Ukraine Scandal should be off limits’

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) said on Sunday that Joe Biden’s Ukraine corruption scandal should be off limits as the 2020 US election approaches, and that President Trump shouldn’t be allowed to investigate – or encourage Ukraine to investigate.

The swamp is very very happy today. All is well.

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Phil Mudd blasts ‘snitch’ a whistleblower who filed a complaint over Trump phone call

 

Schumer is aware that our government is run by a rogue agency. A politician has no problem threatening a sitting president on national T.V. Recall the interview with Schumer and Maddow?

Maddow asks “What do you think they will do?”  Schumer “I don’t know. The intelligence community is very upset.”  Well I guess we know now.

While Schumer may have seemed tickled in this clip with his astute observation, Phil Mudd who was a CIA and FBI official blows a gasket with CNN Cuomo. Videos.

President Elect Donald Trump sent a tweet on January 3rd 2017. The following is US Senator of NY Chuck Schumer’s response. That “the intelligence has 6 ways to Sunday of getting back at you [Trump].”

Chuck also stated that Donald was being very dumb to treat the “intelligence community” the way he was.

Dumb? Or was he willing to try and take them on?

 

Now we have come full circle.

Sept 19, 2019 | Phil Mudd – I am about ready to blow a gasket

CNN analyst Phil Mudd blasted an unidentified intelligence community official as a “snitch” Wednesday for reportedly filing a complaint against President Donald Trump over an alleged phone call with a foreign leader.

During an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, Mudd, a former FBI and CIA official, responded to a report from The Washington Post about a mysterious whistleblower complaint that involved a call in which Trump made a “promise” to his foreign counterpart. Story ends at about 3:35 on the clip then moves on.

 

 

The intelligence community official filed a whistleblower complaint with the intelligence community inspector general on Aug. 12 after reportedly becoming concerned about Trump’s conversation with the foreign leader. The complaint was filed during a tumultuous time at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Read more Daily Caller

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IRS Awards $4.5M in Its Whistleblower Payout

First of many payouts by the IRS to have Americans turn on Americans. We posted several stories earlier, and if this is not to turn us into a Nazi-Gestapo universe I do not know what will. Yes, everyone should pay their taxes. But at what price?  Yes, Mr. Grassley, it will cause other people to squeal, but this is not Iowa. With thousands of pages in IRS Regs, many are subject to interpretation. Fix the Tax-code, then talk to me.

“It ought to encourage a lot of other people to squeal,” Sen. Charles Grassley told The Associated Press

An in-house accountant who raised a red flag about a tax lapse that his employer then ignored, leading him to tip off the IRS, has received $4.5 million in the first IRS whistleblower award.

The accountant’s tip netted the IRS $20 million in taxes and interest from the errant financial-services firm.  CNS News

Earlier Bunkerville Post: IRS to beef up whistleblower program turn your family boss in :

Unhappy with a family Member?   Had a bad day at the office? Now you can make them spin in the wind. Now the lawyers go into a feeding frenzy. Here you go:

After the law was enacted, the Miami-based Ferraro Law Firm, which had specialized in personal-injury cases involving cancers related to asbestos, opened a Washington office that recruits and represents clients making whistleblower claims. The firm has said it made several claims alleging more than $1 billion in unpaid taxes.  More Financial Advisor

The Internal Revenue Service, reversing an earlier position, proposed rules making it more likely informants will collect a reward when they blow the whistle on tax-dodging employers, neighbors or family members.

The agency proposed regulations today that make it easier for whistleblowers whose information results in denial of refunds or a reduction in deductible losses to get rewards of as much as 30% of the amount involved. Earlier guidance tied reward payments to a portion of additional taxes paid as a result an informant’s tip.

Earlier Bunkerville Post Obamacare hires bounty hunters to come after Doctors

This is the latest in intimidation by our government. If you wonder why so many physicians have threatened to quit their practice, here is the number one reason. Bounty Hunters. Looking for a missing “bullet point” in the documentation or an inaccurate digit in the billing code.  Best part, no legal redress of any dispute. Guilty as charged. Here tis:

Medicare’s billing codes are a complicated, convoluted mess and deciphering them can sometimes be more art than science. Both Republicans and Democrats huff and puff against “waste, fraud and abuse” in Medicare. And they have already enacted Stasi-style laws such as the False Claims Act offering nurses, patients and other whistleblowers 15 percent to 30 percent of any money recovered if they report improper billing practices by providers.

More chillingly, however, the administration is defining Medicare fraud down to include “unnecessary” and “ineffective” care. And to root this out, it plans to make expanded use of private mercenaries—officially called Recovery Audit Contracts—who will be authorized to go to doctors’ offices and rummage through patients’ records, matching them with billing claims to uncover illicit charges. What’s more, Obamacare increases the fine for billing errors from $11,000 per item to $50,000 without the government even having to prove intent to defraud.

There is nothing left but the coercive apparatus of the state to keep patients and doctors in line.

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