- Nov 2008
- Washington state
So, the system for WBs that's already in place isn't good enough? It wasn't good enough for the the DOJ Inspector General to determine that the complaint was credible as prescribed by law? The complaint has already been corroborated by several witnesses.
You do realize that outing this WB will discourage other WBs from coming forward when they have knowledge of corruption, right? Is that what you want?
The intelligence community inspector general (ICIG) found that the Ukraine whistleblower exhibited “arguable political bias” but said the allegations included in his complaint were nevertheless worthy of investigation, according to a Justice Department Office of Legal Counsel opinion released Wednesday.
Intel IG Found Whistleblower Has ‘Arguable Political Bias’ against Trump, But Complaint Is Still ‘Credible’ | National Review
The still anonymous whistleblower did not have direct knowledge of the call but instead relied on “hearsay” gleaned from other White House officials.
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