BOMBSHELL: Another Whistleblower Comes Forward...This Against Ukraine Whistleblower
A new whistleblower has emerged but this time they have accused the primary whistleblower of violating federal law.
The whistleblower has formally filed a complaint with the Intelligence Community Inspector General claiming that the Ukraine whistleblower may have acquired funds illegally.
According to The Daily Wire,
Specifically, according to Re, the second whistleblower, in the complaint filed with the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG), “may have violated federal law by indirectly soliciting more than a quarter-million dollars from mostly anonymous sources via a GoFundMe page.”
Legally, the second whistleblower complaint alleges that these indirect solicitations through a GoFundMe page constitute “gifts” in violation of both regulatory and statutory law. The complaint cites both 5 CFR 2635.203 and 18 U.S.C. §§ 208-209 as possible areas of violation. Fox News has uploaded the full complaint, which was provided courtesy of the second whistleblower’s law firm, Tully Rinckey PLLC. The law firm has not revealed the identity of the new whistleblower, though Fox News reports that “the individual is the holder of a top-secret SCI security clearance and has served in government.”
Tully Rinckey PLLC which is the law firm of the second whistleblower filed a complaint citing multiple areas of violations.
The document issued by Tully Rinckey read,
“The most concerning allegation that my client believes is that the federal employee you [ICIG] are protecting and their attorneys apparently have strategically weaponized their alleged whistleblowing activities into a very lucrative money-making enterprise using a charity incorporated under a different name than the trade name it is using for fund-raising purposes, which would appear to my client to be a clear abuse of the federal employee’s authority and access to classified information. We are requesting you investigate whether [criminal statutes or regulations have] been violated by the federal employee you are protecting when they reportedly requested an investigation into a matter that they had no direct personal knowledge of, and on account of which they were able to obtain sizeable gifts from unknown persons because of their official duty."