Whistleblowers are all the rage in Washington, D.C., and New York this week. There is this one whistleblower, Eric Ciaramella, who the mainstream media outlet just will not name, supposedly for his protection. See, he heard from a friend, who heard it from someone else that President Donald Trump and the President of Ukraine may have talked about some sort of quid pro quo, so, therefore, Eric Ciaramella talked to Rep. Adam Schiff…and, well, his name can’t be mentioned by the alphabet soup sorts.
The person who provided Project Veritas with an off-air clip of ABC hostess Amy Robach blowing off steam regarding the fact that her superiors shelved her story about Jeffrey Epstein for three years, and then it all came tumbling out…when ABC finds him or her, apparently, they’re dead meat.
According to journalist Yashar Ali, ABC News executives believe the “whistleblower” is a former employee, now employed at CBS News.
“I’m told that ABC News executives have informed their counterparts at CBS News that this person accessed the footage of Robach. It’s unclear if CBS News plans on taking any action against the employee,” Ali says.
Ali notes that just because the CBS employee accessed the file does not mean he or she directly leaked the footage to Project Veritas. Regardless, ABC is taking this leaked footage seriously, saying that by leaking footage the “whistleblower” violated company policy.
“We take violations of company policy very seriously, and we’re pursuing all avenues to determine the source of the leak,” a spokesperson for ABC News told Ali.
Can’t have that, now can we. But, of course, it’s perfectly fine to shield the person accusing President Donald Trump of a supposed crime from public scrutiny.
Wow is the mainstream media a truly screwed up place to be. First, they cover for a felon who was most likely the most successful blackmailer in history, and then they won’t publish who is accusing the most powerful man in the world of wrongdoing via hearsay.
Stay tuned. This one is not going away.