The New York Times
on Oct. 4 reported that a second intelligence official “alarmed by President [Donald]
Trump’s dealings with Ukraine” is considering whether to file a complaint with
the intelligence community inspector general.
Like the first whistleblower,
however, this individual is apparently trying to advance his agenda outside of
the process provided by federal law.
As we have detailed, the
first whistleblower began with the office of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.),
chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. The Intelligence Community
Whistleblower Protection Act, however, prohibits that direct contact, requiring
instead that complaints follow a process that begins with the intelligence community
In like fashion, this second
individual, who claims to have …read more
Source:: The Daily Signal