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The anti-Trump CIA whistleblower who filed a complaint against President Donald Trump last month, which has led Democrats to call for Trump’s impeachment, worked with Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden when Biden was vice president in the Obama administration.
“The 2020 Democratic candidate with whom the CIA whistleblower had a ‘professional’ tie is Joe Biden, according to intelligence officers and former White House officials,” The Washington Examiner reported, claiming in their headline that the CIA whistleblower had “worked with” Biden.
“The Washington Examiner has established that he is a career CIA analyst who was detailed to the National Security Council at the White House and has since left,” the report continued. “On Sept. 26, the New York Times reported that he was a CIA officer. On Oct. 4, the newspaper added that he ‘was detailed to the National Security Council at one point.’”
On Tuesday, Byron York reported:
“In an Aug. 26 letter, the Intelligence Community’s inspector general, Michael Atkinson, wrote that the anonymous whistleblower who set off the Trump-Ukraine impeachment fight showed ‘some indicia of an arguable political bias … in favor of a rival political candidate’.
Now, however, there is word of more evidence of possible bias on the whistleblower’s part. Under questioning from Republicans during last Friday’s impeachment inquiry interview with Atkinson, the inspector general revealed that the whistleblower’s possible bias was not that he was simply a registered Democrat,” York continued.
“It was that he had a significant tie to one of the Democratic presidential candidates currently vying to challenge President Trump in next year’s election.”
At the end of September, Fox News reported that Atkinson found in his report on the whistleblower that the whistleblower “had ‘political bias’ in favor of ‘a rival candidate’ of the president.”
The whistleblower came forward after he was given second-hand and third-hand information about the July phone call between Trump and the President of Ukraine.
The whistleblower reportedly did not have any first-hand knowledge of the phone call yet was allowed to fill out a whistleblower complaint form because the Intelligence Community had just removed the requirement that whistleblowers needed to have first-hand knowledge of the allegations they were reporting.
“Between May 2018 and August 2019, the intelligence community secretly eliminated a requirement that whistleblowers provide direct, first-hand knowledge of alleged wrongdoings,” The Federalist reported.
“This raises questions about the intelligence community’s behavior regarding the August submission of a whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump. The new complaint document no longer requires potential whistleblowers who wish to have their concerns expedited to Congress to have direct, first-hand knowledge of the alleged wrongdoing that they are reporting.”