In the case of the CIA employee that was given second information about a phone call between President Trump and the newly elected Ukrainian President, then proceeded to file a complaint, which has resulted in the Democrats trying to impeach President Trump, we the people, have the right to know who the so-called "whistleblower" is, what connection he has to the former Obama intelligence community members that are under active investigation by the DOJ, and what, if any, part he played in the original investigations into Russia collusion.
Yet, Democrats and liberals, had an absolute hissy fit when the New York Times dared reveal that the whistleblower was a CIA employee that was embedded in the White House, and currently is back at the CIA. They were so upset they started a #CancelNYT hashtag, while subscribers started canceling their subscriptions.
In more than a week since this whole fiasco exploded in the news, there have been a number of disturbing details that have been revealed, which highlights the need to know more about the "accuser," who is being called a "whistleblower," despite the fact that he had no firsthand knowledge of any of the information he listed in his complaint.
2) The complaint alleged that "The President also praised Ukraine’s Prosecutor General, Mr. Yuriy Lutsenko, and suggested that Mr. Zelensky might want to keep him in his position," when in fact he did not. (Source)
3) The complaint alleged that loading the transcript on a special server intended for classified information, was an "abuse" because there was nothing "sensitive from a national security perspective," yet the transcript was classified as "“SECRET/NOFORN," because it did reference other countries, and conversations between other leaders, and for President Trump to release the transcript, he had to declassify it.
4) As part of the whistleblowers complain he used "information" obtained by media news outlets, including The Hill, Bloomberg News, Politico, Fox News, the New York Times, and even Twitter.
• The Intel Inspector General found that while the complaint seemed cridible, the whistleblower had an "arguable political bias," against President Trump. (Source - National Review)
Democrats in the House of Representatives, with the support of their radical liberal supporters, are using this complaint as yet another excuse to open an "impeachment inquiry," which is an investigation to determine if they want to move to an impeachment vote.
With the stakes this high, Americans should be demanding to know who the so-called whistleblower is.
4CHAN 'WEAPONSIED AUTISM' TO THE RESCUE?
Reference: "Weaponized Autism" is an expression referring to the impressive capabilities of socially awkward, tech-savvy internet users, typically associated with those who frequent imageboards like 4chan and 8chan." - Source: Know Your Meme
The looming battle over President Trump’s potential impeachment has sparked an online hunt in the far-right corners of the Web as self-styled Internet sleuths race to identify the anonymous person Trump has likened to a treasonous spy.
Their guesses have been scattershot, conspiratorial and often untethered from reality, spanning a wide range of such unlikely contenders as presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner and Vice President Pence.
Some of the online commentators and anonymous posters said they have been spurred to action by Trump’s fury, foreshadowing the online clashes that are likely to engulf any upcoming impeachment hearings and the 2020 campaign.
“Carpet bomb the memes. Everywhere,” one anonymous poster on the message board 4chan wrote in response to one of Trump’s angry tweets about the whistleblower. “Time to rise up. Your president has asked for your help.”
Of course Washington Post being Washington Post, didn't offer the entire statement, which can be found on the original 4chan thread (WARNING - LANGUAGE, RACISM, AND PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING ELSE OFFENSIVE), which was "Here we go!! This. They are sliding Crowdstrike, Liddle Kidz, servers....keep this going. When one thread goes down, start another. Carpet bomb the memes. Everywhere--- especially in the intentional slide threads. If you'll drop them here I will steal them and join in. This is the beginning for all of you who dug pizzagate and descended into that hell. Time to rise up. Your president has asked for your help."
Another portion of the Washington Post states:
The president’s scornful portrayal of the whistleblower shaped and stoked the online conversation throughout the week, as it descended into a case study of the Internet at its worst — frenetic, fueled by rumor and frequently racist, misogynistic and crude.
I am going to give that one to the Washington Post because all that and more can be found in their /pol/ threads, but what Washington Post neglects to inform their readers, is that while 4chan can be a headache inducing and cringe-worthy while attempting to read through some of their longer threads, they have also seen much success at exposing people when these "weaponzied Autists" set their minds to something.
As to their "investigative skills," while it is true they will throw everything out there, no matter how unlikely, when they crowdsource information, they have even caused some reluctant admiration from those that absolutely cannot stand them.
They identified the Antifa professor that used a bike lock to hit Trump supporters over the head. After identifying who the 4chan posters thought was the man responsible, they took images from his social media accounts, used amateur computer software programs to superimpose those images over the masked face of the bike lock assailant, compared everything from his nose, his eyebrows, his skin tone and facial hair, alone with a "general facial shape match," and publicly identified and doxxed him.
One of the more amusing 4chan tales comes from their "war" with actor Shia LaBeouf, who decided to set up a public "He Will Not Divide Us" protest after the election of president Trump.
First 4chan simply started messing with LaBeouf's fellow protesters in New York, until LaBeouf lost his temper and ended up getting himself arrested and charged with assault and harassment.
Then LaBeouf moved his "protest/camera," to another location, which 4chan members found and spray painted, and the ending result was LaBeouf had to move again, which is where this story became highly amusing, but also showed the lengths the "weaponized autists" over at 4chan will go when they set their sights on something, or someone.
Via Vice, the asterisks in place of some of the more colorful language insert by ANP:
Still though, Shia, ever the trooper, carried on. This time the HWNDU project featured a livestream of a flag waving in the air. The stream contained only the sky and the flag as not to give away its location to the trolls. 'Yes,' Labeouf must have thought, 'there is no way they're shutting this one down. I, Big-Daddy Shia, did it.'
Big-Daddy Shia would be proven wrong once again—instead of vanquishing the trolls, he started the most intense game of capture the flag ever.
The trolls using only the live stream of the flag, started, I sh*t you not, studying the flight patterns and contrails of the airplanes passing overhead. They mapped out what they saw and took their findings to flight radars to try and pinpoint a general area. Using the knowledge gleaned from the flight patterns they found that the location was near Greeneville, Tennessee.
The obsessed basement dwellers turned to studying the star patterns and their movements and with that, plus a tweet that Labeouf sent out in a Tennessee diner, the trolls were able to narrow the area even further—to a small patch of land between a house and a river.
This is when their man on the ground came into play. The channers were able to enlist a local troll to drive around the area and repeatedly honk his horn. I would like you, my fair reader, to imagine a man driving around a small Tennessee town in, what I assume to be, a 1994 Toyota Tercel just blaring the horn repeatedly while rocking a, again I assume, soundtrack from a Metal Gear Solid game, all in an attempt to f*ck with Shia Lebeouf—this is a thing that actually happened this week.
But then, the trolly magic happened, in the dead of night the horn was picked up on the live stream and the troll posted his location to 4Chan. In probably the sweetest moment of his lil' life, the channer made his way to claim his prize. Down went Shia's white flag of defiance, up went a red Trump hat, and the most pointlessly convoluted game of capture the flag of all time came to an end.
It seems that the troll who successfully stole the flag now has it proudly hung, fittingly, in his basement. The latest iteration of He Will Not Divide Us Lasted a little over 37 hours.
After they captured the flag and replaced it with the MAGA hat, LaBeouf tried one more time, by moving to an isolated cabin in Lapland, in the northern most region of Finland, livestreaming conversations between himself and others, and within 24 hours, after enlisting the help of Finland’s version of 4chan, Ylilauta, managed to reveal his location.
The last example, listed at Wikipedia, is "in 2016, users of /pol/'s Syria general thread found a Syrian rebel training video on YouTube. After figuring out where it was based using reference points in the video, they shared their information with the Russian military, who proceeded to verify the intel and then airstrike the camp."
BOTTOM LINE - WE DESERVE TO KNOW THE IDENTITY EVEN IF IT IS 4CHAN THAT EXPOSES IT
Say what you will about 4chan posters, and it is likely whatever you say will apply, when they decide to hunt something or someone, they have a good success rate, and since liberals and Democrats are determined to protect this "whistleblower," it matters not who reveals his identity, as long as it is revealed.
Not to endanger him, but because only by knowing his identity can Americans know if he had any part in the original Russian collusion hoax investigation, and what his association is with people like former CIA director John Brennan, who relied on information from Crowdstrike (which President Trump asked the Ukrainian President to look into), to declare that Russia was behind the DNC "hack."
We have a man that put through a complaint, one determined by the IG to have a "political bias" against President Trump, and who provided false information within his complaint, worked for an agency, the CIA, which was formerly led by John Brennan, who is one of the former intelligence officials that is being investigated in by the DOJ and U.S. Attorney John Durham, as to the origins of the entire Russia collusion hoax, and who issued a complaint which contained no firsthand information.
We the people, deserve to know who this man is, and the President of the United States deserves to face his accuser.
If 4chan can help reveal his identity, then more power to "weaponized autism."
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