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Lawyer nut case representing weasel blower sends Trump a cease and desist letter

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  • Lawyer nut case representing weasel blower sends Trump a cease and desist letter

    Laugh of the day.

    Trump is mocked 24/7 for years and now snowflake snitch is

    The snitch wants to destroy Trump and experience safety in his baby crib of anonymity

    Whistleblower’s Lawyer Sends Letter to White House Demanding President Trump “Cease and Desist” Attacking His Client
    Just for perspective. Schiff reads a warped false version of phone transcript in public

    We have a right to face our accusers.

    Mr. Bakaj argued his client, which we now know to be a CIA leaker named Eric Ciaramella, is in “physical danger” because of Trump and the conservative media.

    “I am writing out of deep concern that your client, the President of the United States, is engaging in rhetoric and activity that places my client, the Intelligence Community Whistleblower, and their family in physical danger,” Andrew Bakaj wrote to White House counsel Pat Cipollone in a Wednesday letter obtained by CNN.
    Jussie Smollert survived physical danger.

    The Catholic students were smeared and threatened. Not a problem for dangerous leftists.

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    This illegal threat crosses the line.

    The letter continued, “should anyone be physically harmed, my co-counsel, Mark Zaid, and I will not hesitate to take any and all appropriate action against your client. Those who are complicit in this vindictive campaign against my client, whether through action or inaction, shall also be responsible, be that legally or morally.”
    So weasel blower has vindictive campaign rights.


    • #3
      Whistleblower’s Attorney Brags About Getting Security Clearances For “Guys Who Had Child Porn Issues” #KidProQuo

      Mark Zaid, one of the lawyers representing CIA leaker Eric Ciaramella, previously bragged about getting security clearances for “guys who had child porn issues.”

      Mr. Zaid in 2018 was responding to a fellow lawyer on Twitter who had claimed they helped people with past domestic abuse issues get security clearances.