Newly dug up tweets from 2017 made by the "whistleblower" lawyer, Mark Zaid, show the supposedly objective lawyer had his sights set on removing Trump at least as early as 11 days after his inauguration. 

The earliest tweet is on January 31, 11 days after Trump takes office. It's also the day after acting Attorney General Sally Yates is fired for defying Trump's order on his travel ban, which is what Zaid responds to when he proclaims the "#coup has started."

It's worth noting a few things.

Sally Yates was the first (that we know of) individual to try and pin a Logan Act Violation on General Flynn. The Logan Act has not been prosecuted in its ~200 years of being on the books- but boy did the deep state want to make it a first with General Flynn.

The second thing is that Andrew Weissmann, Robert Mueller's lead investigator on the Special Counsel team, emailed Yates after she defied Trump's orders: “I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects.” 
From one plotter to another.

Zaid again tweets on the same day that the "#coup has started." This time, he adds that as one fails, two more will be introduced. We don't know what "coup" he speaks of for sure, or what scheme he's involved in at this point, but it's reasonable to guess it's Russia related at the very least.

This tweet, like the previous one, is 11 days after inauguration. It's also either 10 or 11 days after the expiration and renewal of the first FISA application on Carter Page, and by now, after watching the Trump team all through the summer of 2016, and "legally" surveilling them from October 2016 via the FISA courts through this date, it's likely they understand there is no there there on the Russia matter. 

It's important to note he's responding to the news that Trump has appointed Dana Boente to take Sally Yates' place as acting AG. This is significant because a few months after this, in April, Dana Boente would sign the THIRD FISA application. Conservative Treehouse does a great job explaining why Boente is a significant player in the FISA process and how Jeff Sessions recusal plays into it.

We are to believe Blower's lawyer and the Blower himself are just non-partisan, concerned patriots. These tweets do not reflect that. 

Zaid told Law and Crime this previously: 

“In the time since that tweet was posted, which was referring to lawyers serving as the force of good to prevent this president from doing harm to our democracy, I’ve probably represented more Republicans, including White House officials, than Democrats. This is nothing more than the continuing partisan deflection to desperately avoid discussing the substance of my client’s whistleblower complaint.”

Which brings us to...

This tweet is from just a few days ago. Zaid says being a whistleblower is not a partisan job. He's right. It's not, yet we are clearly dealing with partisans here.

He then says impeachment is not an objective. Maybe he's being honest here too? It seems like a coup is actually the objective. Impeachment is the vehicle.

And then of course, he tells us that's not his role. Here?... Here... I'm going to call BS. 

So again I'll ask... Are we still a bunch of crazy conspiracy theorists...? Or will the other half of America finally WAKE UP?






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