In what I can only describe as delicious irony, Adam Schiff’s whistleblower could be out of government and in a federal prison long before President Trump leaves office in 2025. Here is the ironic part, a whistleblower has come forward and filed a complaint with the Intel IG, accusing He Who Shall Not Be Named with soliciting illegal donations to his GoFundMe account. That account has raised a quarter of a million dollars from 6,000 donors.
Federal law prevents government employees from soliciting donations “given because of the employee’s official position” or donations from “prohibited sources,” meaning individuals who may have been substantially affected by the employee’s performance or agency. Obviously, the money was donated due to the whistleblowers complaint that has led to a sham investigation by noted liar and leaker, Adam Schiff. It is equally obvious that He Who Shall Not Be Named has not vetted the entire 6,000 donors, including those who donated anonymously.
This continues a dangerous trend where people can make a fortune by making accusations against Trump and his appointees, through the use of GoFundMe accounts and other payoffs. Lisa Bloom, the lawyer daughter of Gloria Allred was able to get huge payoffs for clients who made unsubstantiated claims against President Trump, including one woman who had her mortgage paid off in exchange for her accusation.
Christine Blasey Ford, whose accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh collected over 1 million dollars for her testimony that was riddled with inconsistencies and outright lies. Ford did not know where the event took place, who was there or even the year that it happened. She also claimed that because of her fear of Kavanaugh, she put a second door on the front of her house. Turns out the second door was for a business that she ran from her home and had been included in the plans she had filed with the zoning board four years before.
No one is ever forced to back up their claim and they can make a pretty penny for making an accusation, true or not.
Tully Rinckey PLLC, the law firm representing the individual behind the new complaint, says this is a “whistleblower-on-whistleblower” situation. The individual reportedly has a top security clearance and has served in the government.
“I have not seen anything on this scale,” Anthony Gallo, the managing partner of Tully Rinckey PLLC, told Fox News about the whistleblower’s GoFundMe. “It’s not about politics for my client — it’s whistleblower-on-whistleblower, and [my client’s] only interest is to see the government ethics rules are being complied with government-wide.”