Biden Linked to ‘Whistleblower’ Behind Trump Impeachment, Emails Show

A newly uncovered batch of emails has revealed that Joe Biden is linked to the so-called “whistleblower” behind the Democrats’ first impeachment of President Donald Trump.

After Democrats took control of the House in 2019, they immediately got to work on their get-Trump plans to impeach the 45th president for something.

Taking a leaf out of the Stalinist era Soviet Union, the Democrat-led House committees launched their “give me the man and I will find the crime” agenda.

It wasn’t long before the Democrats, led by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), produced a desperate attempt to frame Trump with a “crime.”

The House then launched an inquiry over a phone call between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Those “investigations” into Trump’s phone call were based on the accusations of “whistleblower” Eric Ciaramella.

Ciaramella allegedly took his allegations to Schiff’s office in 2019.

Schiff then kept Ciaramella hidden from the American people and Republican lawmakers.

Based on the alleged claims from the illusive Ciaramella, Democrats accused Trump of attempting a quid pro quo with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky.

During the call, Trump allegedly called upon Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden’s corruption in Ukraine.

Democrats claimed that Trump said he would not cut off military aid to Ukraine if Zelensky played ball.

However, it turned out that Ciaramella never had access to this call so had no way of knowing what was discussed.

Trump also dropped the hammer by making the transcript of the call public, proving there was no quid pro quo as claimed.

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Nevertheless, it was a corrupt effort to influence the 2020 election, according to Democrats.

The charges were so weak that Democrats faced accusations of politicizing impeachment.

However, with control of both the House and Senate at the time, it was the last chance to impeach Trump before the election so they did it anyway.

Now, newly uncovered emails show that Ciaramella had significant connections to the Biden family’s involvement in Ukraine that Trump wanted to investigate.

The new emails were obtained by investigative reporter Paul Sperry of RealClearInvestigations.

“The ‘whistleblower’ who sparked Donald Trump’s first impeachment was deeply involved in the political maneuverings behind Biden-family business schemes in Ukraine that Trump wanted probed, newly obtained emails from former Vice President Joe Biden’s office reveal,” reports Sperry.

Four years before Ciaramella made his allegations against Trump, he served as a national security analyst linked to then-Vice President Biden’s office.

During this time, he was a close advisor to Biden when Obama’s VP issued his infamous threat to withhold U.S. aid to Ukraine unless the country’s prosecutor, Viktor Shokin was fired.

At the time, Shokin was investigating Burisma Holdings where Biden’s son had a lucrative board position.

Hunter Biden’s dubious employment arrangement with Burisma and other evidence linking Joe Biden to his family’s business ventures received scant attention from the Democrats’ corporate media allies.

Unsurprisingly, Ciaramella’s weak accusation of Trump’s so-called quid pro quo quickly overshadowed it.

Other evidence of Biden family corruption linked to Ukraine went under the radar as well but has since received new scrutiny as part of the House impeachment inquiry into President Biden.

“It now seems there was material evidence that would have been used at the impeachment trial [to exonerate Trump],” explains legal scholar Jonathan Turley.

“Trump was alleging there was a conflict of interest with the Bidens, and the evidence could have challenged Biden’s account and established his son’s interest in the Shokin firing.”

Turley, a law professor at George Washington University, continues:

Ciaramella’s role – including high-level discussions with top Biden aides and Ukrainian prosecutors – is only now coming to light thanks to the recent release of White House emails and photos from the National Archives.

The emails show Ciaramella expressed shock – “Yikes” is what he wrote – at Biden’s move to withhold the $1 billion in aid from Kyiv, which represented a sudden shift in U.S. policy.

They also show he was drawn into White House communications over how to control adverse publicity from Hunter taking a lucrative seat on Burisma’s board.

Yet there is no evidence Ciaramella raised alarms about the questionable Biden business activities he witnessed firsthand, which is in sharp contrast to 2019.

In that instance, he was galvanized into action after being told by White House colleague Alexander Vindman of an “improper” phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

During the call, Trump solicited Zelensky’s help in investigating Burisma and Hunter Biden’s role in the company.

Some former congressional investigators say Ciaramella effectively helped cover up a scandal far worse than what Trump was impeached over.

What’s more, he failed to disclose that he had a potential conflict of interest stemming from his connection to the matter Trump asked Zelensky to probe when he lodged his complaint against Trump.

RealClearInvestigations was the first to identify the then-33-year-old Ciaramella as the anonymous impeachment “whistleblower,” something major media continue to keep under tight wraps.

Democrats have tried desperately to undermine the damning testimony of Hunter Biden’s former business associate Tony Bobulinski.

They’ve attempted to push false accusations linking Bobulinski to Trump.

Yet Ciaramella’s partisan connections truly run deep.

“Ciaramella worked under CIA Director John Brennan when President Obama made Biden his point man on Ukraine in 2014, the same year Burisma hired Hunter,” explains Sperry.

“The next year, the CIA detailed Ciaramella, a longtime advocate for aid to Ukraine, to the White House, where he worked closely with Biden and his staff as a top adviser on key Ukrainian policies.”

Sperry continues:

Former Obama-Biden administration officials have confirmed in recent closed-door congressional testimony that Ciaramella was a key part of Biden’s process for making policy in Ukraine.

In 2016, for instance, a White House photo shows him taking notes at a White House meeting Biden held with then-Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to discuss Ukraine’s anti-corruption reforms and other issues.

Ciaramella also worked directly with top Obama and Biden administration diplomats on Ukraine, including senior State Department official Victoria Nuland.

“Eric was regularly the clearing authority to get me into the White House for interagency meetings on Ukraine,” Nuland revealed in a 2020 Senate deposition.

Asked if she ever discussed Ukraine policy and Shokin with Ciaramella, Nuland testified:

“Of course, I did. He was part of the interagency process. He was also on my negotiating team for the six, seven rounds of negotiations I did with the Russians on [the disputed Ukraine region] Donbas.”

Ciaramella was directly involved in talks concerning the massive U.S. aid package to Ukraine that Biden conditioned on the removal of Shokin, who at the time had seized the assets of the corrupt Burisma oligarch employing Hunter Biden.

He also arranged and participated in White House talks with Ukrainian prosecutors visiting from Shokin’s office.

It is not yet clear if Ciaramella is on the GOP-led House Oversight Committee’s witness list for the Biden impeachment investigation.

If not, he should be.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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