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 (NOTE- No One has been identified as a Whistle Blower by any official source…by law, a Whistle Blower MUST have personal knowledge)

“ERIC CIARAMELLA the whistle-leaker coordinated with Adam Schiff, ICIG Atkinson and Vindman to give false, and misleading evidence to bring down a duly elected President. That is sedition. Remember ICIG had to first take the case to the DOJ, because it didn’t meet the whistle-blower criteria. The DOJ said it was not a legal complaint and was not actionable. ICIG Atkinson, who was council for FBI-NSD John Carlin who falsified evidence to get a FISA Warrant before Carlin came under scrutiny for his conduct, slithers over to the CIA to be ICIG. This snake ICIG Atkinson altered the Whistle-blower form, after the fact, allows the Whistle leaker to shop his story to congressman Schiff (who probably helped him write it) and we get the most politically motivated Schiff show in history. They both deserve a quick, public treason trial, a cigarette, a blindfold and, a long life in leaven worth, 6’x6′ cell, no possibility of parole. Adam Schift to follow.”

As much as I could, I verified some of this info and put credence to it because all the details line up with the many well known facts! You be the judge.

For example;

On Oct 4,2019- Real Clear Politics’ writers, wrote about the infamous 7-25,19 call between Pres Trump and Ukraine Pres Zelenskiy, that there were concerns about that call by an unnamed member of the intelligence community through a so-called “whistleblower complaint.” 

Remember, we all could read the transcript of that same call, which is the Best Evidence, under the Federal Rulers of Criminal Procedure. By way of explanation, the best Evidence, in this case, works like this;1-recording with testimony by personal knowledge of participant,2-transcript with testimony by person(s) with personal knowledge,3-testimony from memory of  person with knowledge 5- hearsay, for any reason, not admissible. 

“Now, concerns are being raised about whether the complaint, which is not based on first-hand knowledge (it’s all hearsay), should have even been considered, at all. What’s going on? “

At the time of the Trump-Zelenskiy call, the ICIG’s policy unequivocally required that, in order for a Whistle Blower Complaint, to be deemed credible, a complaint “must be based on first-hand knowledge”, and the Whistle Blower must have firsthand knowledge to fall under Whistle Blower protection..

Under federal law, a member of the intelligence community can file a whistleblower complaint with the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) with respect to an “urgent concern” relating to an intelligence activity under the authority of the director of national intelligence. If the ICIG deems the complaint credible, he reports it to the Director of National Intelligence, who in turn informs the Senate and House intelligence committees.(Enter Mr Schiff…my opinion)

This complaint was Hearsay from the beginning…no question about it and either 2nd, 3rd, or maybe 4th person removed.

“On Sept. 30, ICIG Michael Atkinson issued a news release acknowledging that, under the policy existing when he received this complaint, he could not have deemed it credible and reported it to the director of national intelligence. Instead, he admitted, he processed the complaint under a policy allowing second-hand information — a policy that “he” did not establish until after he received that complaint.”

Atkinson created this new policy to cover himself, and to discredit the President…my opinion!

According to research and a column written by Jeff Carlson for TheMarketsWork on 5-21-18;

 Before the NSC, John Carlin was Chief of Staff for then FBI Director Bob Mueller…remember him? Carlin was confirmed as Assistant Attorney General in spring 2014. He resigned under a cloud as Assistant Attorney General – and Head of the Department of Justice’s National Security Division (NSD) on 10-15-2016.Carlin announced his resignation one day after he filed the Governments 2016 Section 702 certifications.

“His filing would be subject to intense criticism from the FISA Court following disclosures made by NSA Director Rogers. Significant changes to the handling of raw FISA data would result.”

Section 702 of the FISA allows the government to conduct surveillance of Foreigners outside the US.

The NSD – with notice to the ODN to report any incidents of Agency noncompliance or misconduct to the FISA Court.

Again, John Carlin was head of the NSD.

The entire details of what happened is in Jeff Carlson’s excellent column in TheMarketsWork 5-21-18.

The bottom line , Carlin failed to notify the FISA Court of FISA abuses which according to the above sources, were taking place regularly during Carlin’s tenure…under OBAMA. He failed to report the results of the 1-7-16 Inspector General Report of FISA abuses to the Court in his 2016 Certification.

Also noteworthy is on 10-21-16- DOJ and the FBI received a FISA warrant authorizing the over- hear of US Citizen Carter Page. The FISA court was unaware of the 702 Disclosure violations.

It’s most probable that Carlin helped on the Page warrant and either knew or should have known it was “salacious and unverified” and flawed warrant!

Attorney General Barr must rapidly move forward, after the President is acquitted, as I believe he will be, and start indicting people.

Anyone can see that failing to bring elected officials to answer for crimes committed, by those who have been identified as corrupt, during Obama’s tenure, has embolden people in the House who have been plotting to overthrow our government since BEFORE this President was even elected.

Understand this… the certain members of the House of Representatives attempted to overthrow this President… they attempted to overthrow our Rule Of law. Did they follow our Rule of Law? That’s an attempt by the Speaker of the House and specific named members of the House who plotted, without due cause, to remove this President. There must be consequences! That is Espionage- Conspiracy to interfere with the ability of the President to faithfully carry out the duties of the President.

Bring all of them before a Federal Grand Jury staring with Eric Ciaramella, Schiff, Waters Tliab, Pelosi, et al, then when done with the House players call the Bidens, Poroshenco and Shokin, and move on to Hillary ,her staff and keep going,.

Why aren’t James Comey and McCabe and Strzok, etal, indicted Mr Barr?

There is PC right now, without any further investigation, to indict James Comey and you know it…so why are you not gathering GJ testimony. I arrested and convicted people with half the PC and evidence there is on Comey…

Mr President please don’t allow Barr to do to you what Sessions did. Had Sessions not recused himself and prosecuted those who needed to be prosecuted and nailed Hillary, you would NOT be in the position you have been in during your entire tenure! “If he got Hillary he can get anybody…we better not mess with him”…my opinion!

Replay Tliab’s famous “intent statement”, before even being sworn in. That’s criminal intent to overthrow our Constitutional Republic. Couple that with Schiff, Pelosi ,Waters, Schumer, et al, statements and tell the American people there wasn’t a pre -determined intend to create a way to overthrow our Rule of Law.

I almost forgot to help out Nadler. Your Bank Robbery example on welcoming an eye witness after all the evidence has been entered shows your obvious lack of trial experience. A prosecutor never puts forth more witnesses that he needs to prove the case…never. Ask Mr Dershowtiz or any of “our” lawyers to explain why. They are all very trial savvy. You were wise to hide Hunter Biden and Eric Ciaramella.

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The 3,000-square-foot exhibit, entitled The 19th Amendment: How Women Won the Vote, will open to the public on June 10 and feature nearly 100 artifacts from the era


                Philadelphia, PA - On June 10, the National Constitution Center will open The 19th Amendment: How Women Won the Votetracing the triumphs and struggles that led to the ratification of the 19th Amendment. The exhibit will feature some of the many women who transformed constitutional history—including Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, and Ida B. Wells—and will allow visitors to better understand the long fight for women’s suffrage.

                “The ratification of the 19th Amendment extended the Constitution’s promise of equal citizenship to women, underscoring the core values of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution,” said National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen. “The National Constitution Center is thrilled to open an exhibit that will inspire and educate visitors about the visionary women who worked to secure this landmark amendment, which prohibits discrimination in voting rights ‘on account of sex.’”

                The 3,000-square-foot exhibit will feature nearly 100 artifacts, including Lucretia Mott’s diary, a rare printing of the Declaration of Sentiments from the first women’s convention at Seneca Falls, a ballot box used to collect women’s votes in the late 1800s, a letter from jail written by a White House picketer, Pennsylvania’s ratification copy of the 19th Amendment, as well as various “Votes for Women” ephemera. A selected list of confirmed artifacts is featured below.

                Beginning in the 1840s, The 19th Amendment: How Women Won the Vote will trace the roots of the women’s rights movement in early reform work and the ultimate decision to pursue voting rights. It will highlight the constitutional arguments and historical context of the fight for suffrage over 70 years, as well as the tactics suffragists used to persuade state legislatures and the national government to recognize voting rights for women. To experience these tactics, visitors will be immersed in the large-scale parades and White House picketing that defined the final few years of the movement. The exhibit will also feature a media interactive that will enable visitors to explore the state-level campaigns for suffrage, as well as a separate interactive capturing the debates for and against a national women’s suffrage amendment. The story will culminate with the ratification of the 19th Amendment—where visitors will be able to view Pennsylvania’s own copy of the amendment—and trace its impact, including the push for equal rights that followed ratification in 1920.

                As part of the Drafting Table, a feature of the National Constitution Center’s Interactive ConstitutionThe 19th Amendment will also include a third media interactive allowing visitors to explore the creation and drafting of the 19th Amendment text and the key events that led to its eventual ratification. This interactive will also be incorporated into the Center’s online Interactive Constitution platform, which has received more than 30 million views since its launch and will ensure key content in the exhibit is accessible to classrooms across America.

                Building on the National Constitution Center’s newest permanent exhibit, Civil War and Reconstruction: The Battle for Freedom and EqualityThe 19th Amendment: How Women Won the Vote will explore the continuing quest to extend the equal liberty promised by the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution to African Americans and women. The exhibit will examine how the women’s rights movement grew alongside the anti-slavery movement and ultimately gained momentum during Reconstruction as part of the ongoing battle for freedom and equality for all. The 19th Amendment will also feature a one-actor theatrical performance based on the words of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, a key African American writer and activist who was integral to the 19th-century anti-slavery and suffrage movements.

                To assist in the development of The 19th Amendment, the National Constitution Center assembled a diverse panel of America’s leading scholars to serve as an advisory board. Scholars include Bettye Collier-Thomas, professor of history at Temple University; Gail Heriot, professor of law at the University of San Diego; Reva Siegel, Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Professor of Law at Yale Law School; and Lisa Tetrault, associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University.

                The exhibit has been supported by the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, John P. & Anne Welsh McNulty Foundation, Mauree Jane and Mark W. Perry, The McLean Contributionship, and SteegeThomson Communications. Additional exhibit details will be posted to when available.

                The 19th Amendment: How Women Won the Vote is a key component of the National Constitution Center’s Women and the Constitution initiative, a yearlong effort to convene America’s top women leaders and scholars to examine the historical and constitutional background of the 19th Amendment and the importance of equal citizenship for women today. The initiative will include a series of public programs, podcast episodes, and special events. The Center is also a proud partner of Vision2020’s Women 100, a celebration of American women in the year 2020, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.  


About the National Constitution Center

                The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia brings together people of all ages and perspectives, across America and around the world, to learn about, debate, and celebrate the greatest vision of human freedom in history, the U.S. Constitution. A private, nonprofit organization, the Center serves as America’s leading platform for constitutional education and debate, fulfilling its congressional charter “to disseminate information about the U.S. Constitution on a nonpartisan basis.” As the Museum of We the People, the Center brings the Constitution to life for visitors of all ages through interactive programs and exhibits. As America’s Town Hall, the Center brings the leading conservative and liberal thought leaders together to debate the Constitution on all media platforms. As a Headquarters for Civic Education, the Center delivers the best educational programs and online resources that inspire citizens and engage all Americans in learning about the U.S. Constitution. For more information, call 215-409-6700 or visit

Highlights from a confirmed list of artifacts follows.

Confirmed Artifacts


  • Declaration of Sentiments from the first women’s rights convention at Seneca Falls, 1848 (Anonymous Collection)
  • Lucretia Mott’s diary from the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London, 1840 (Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College)
  • Reproduction of the Petition for Universal Suffrage, 1866 (National Archives)
  • Ballot box used to collect women’s votes, ca. 1870-92 (Collection of Ronnie Lapinsky Sax)
  • “Vote YES on the woman suffrage amendment” poster, 1915 (On loan from The Galbraith Family 2012 Trust)
  • Letter from Philadelphia suffragist Dora Lewis—a White House picketer—written from jail, 1917 (The Historical Society of Pennsylvania)
  • American Red Cross armband, ca. 1917-18 (National WWI Museum and Memorial)
  • “As a War Measure” suffrage broadside, ca. 1918 (Frank Amari, Jr.)
  • Pennsylvania’s ratification copy of the 19th Amendment, 1920 (Pennsylvania State Archives)
  • Poll tax receipt, 1922 (National Constitution Center Collection)
  • Reproduction of the Voting Rights Act, 1965 (National Archives)

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