Posted by on November 4, 2019 9:45 am
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This is <a href=”https://spectator.us/seven-whistleblowers-jared-kushner-bin-salman/amp/”>big</a>:
<blockquote>Cockburn’s source says that at least one is nothing to do with Ukraine but instead was reporting a call between Trump and the Saudi ruler, Mohammed bin Salman. Specifically, the whistleblower is said to have ‘concerns’ about what was said on the call about the president’s son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner. Kushner himself is known to have a very close relationship with MBS. Cockburn has previously written that Kushner may have been what Cosmo would call an ‘oversharer’ when it came to MBS. Unfortunately, it’s claimed that what he was sharing was American secrets: information Kushner had requested from the CIA would (allegedly) be echoed back in US intercepts of calls between members of the Saudi royal family. One source said this was why Kushner lost his intelligence clearances for a while.

According to Cockburn’s source about the seven whistleblowers, there’s more. It is that <strong>Kushner (allegedly) gave the green light to MBS to arrest the dissident journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, who was later murdered and dismembered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul</strong>. A second source tells Cockburn that this is true and adds a crucial twist to the story. This source claims that <strong>Turkish intelligence obtained an intercept of the call between Kushner and MBS. And President Erdogan used it to get Trump to roll over and pull American troops out of northern Syria before the Turks invaded</strong>. Cockburn hears that investigators for the House Intelligence Committee know this whole tale and the identities of some of the people telling it. Whether any of is true is another matter but Adam Schiff certainly seems to be smiling a lot these days.</blockquote>

The <a href=”https://spectator.us/real-cockburn/”>pseudonymous journo</a> reporting DC inside baseball for <em>Spectator</em> under the moniker “Cockburn” (apparently not Alexander or Andrew, but an ironic homage to Admiral Sir George Cockburn, the British officer who set fire to the Capitol and the White House in the War of 1812) This could well explain why former reality show host Donald Trump has been freaking out so conspicuously. It is a safe bet that reliable US media outlets are chasing this story; the UK’s tabloid Daily Mail, usually prone to support Trump, has already picked up the story.

Some of the most popular truth-tellers on social media are taking the report seriously enough to chime in.

Donald J. Trump, a man evidently capable of making a single sound decision, is clearly too disturbed by whatever has developed to govern, and needs to be removed from power (along with all of his incompetent toadies, including Mike Pence) as soon as possible.

DEVELOPING HARD…