SCOOP: The Deep State’s ICIG Has Either Made A Mistake Or They Are Helping Frame Trump
Written by TheKingDude on 10/01/2019
The Deep State’s ICIG Has Either Made A Mistake Or They Are Helping Frame Trump
UPDATE 10/01/19 12:23 P.M. – Sean Davis, co-founder of The Federalist has confirmed the content of my investigation below and what was contained on today’s Mike Church Show using the evidence below and Davis’ reporting last Friday and yesterday. Here’s Mr. Davis’ introduction to this bombshell of a story.
On Monday, the intelligence community inspector general (ICIG) admitted that it did alter its forms and policies governing whistleblower complaints, and that it did so in response to the anti-Trump complaint filed on Aug. 12, 2019. The Federalist first reported the sudden changes last Friday. While many in the media falsely claimed the ICIG’s stunning admission debunked The Federalist’s report, the admission from the ICIG completely affirmed the reporting on the secretive change to whistleblower rules following the filing of an anti-Trump complaint in August.
The ICIG also disclosed for the first time that the anti-Trump complainant filed his complaint using the previously authorized form, the guidance for which explicitly stated the ICIG’s previous requirement for firsthand evidence for credible complaints. The Federalist reported last week that it was not known which form, if any, the complainant used, as the complaint that was declassified and released to the public last week was written as a letter to the two chairmen of the congressional intelligence committees.
10/01/2019 05:53 A.M. – Take a look at these two images and see if you notice the discrepancies.
My comments and highlights are in red text and yellow underlines. This is a screenshot of page 4 of the ICIG statement released yesterday in response to media inquiries made about the now infamous, ICIG “whistleblower” submission form and its attendant alterations.
This is the “whistlieblower” submission form the ICIG was using from 24 May, 2018 until at LEAST 12 August, 2019 and MUST be the form the anonymous Ukraine “whistleblower” used to submit his complaint. Note two things: 1. a form that has second news on it won’t be accepted and 2. There are NO checkboxes as this ICIG summary claims the “whistleblower” checked in their [now proven] false narrative above.
How can the ICIG report, released yesterday, claim that the “Whistleblower” used a form and ticked a box that didn’t exist at the time it was submitted!?
How then did the “whistleblower” manage to have his complaint transferred to the new form so the “secondhand news” submission box could be used?
On what date was the new form put into use and by who?
There are always originals kept of these forms, where is the original complaint form and where is the “under oath” signature of the complainant?