Whistleblower’s Attorney Vowed To ‘Get Rid Of Trump’ In 2017

Whistleblower’s Attorney Vowed To ‘Get Rid Of Trump’ In 2017

The Democratic operative attorney representing the anti-Trump whistleblower vowed to “get rid of Trump” in 2017.

Whistleblower attorney Mark S. Zaid

Mark Zaid, the John Podesta, Clinton and Schumer-linked attorney who founded the anti-Trump nonprofit ‘Whistleblower Aid’ in 2017, tweeted “It’s very scary. We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters. We have to.

Hilariously, Zaid describes himself as a “non-partisan” attorney “handling cases involving national security, security clearances, govt investigations, media, Freedom of Information Act, & whistleblowing, according to Breitbart‘s Aaron Klein, who noted that Zaid’s “Whistleblower Aid” organization is heavily tied to far-left activist organizations and Democratic policies.

Whistleblower Aid was founded in September 2017 in the wake of Trump’s presidency to encourage government whistleblowers to come forward.

The group did not sit around waiting for whistleblowers. Upon its founding, Whistleblower Aid actively sought to attract the attention of Trump administration government employees by reportedly blasting advertisements for its whistleblower services on Metro trains, using mobile billboards that circled government offices for 10 hours a day, and handing out whistles on street corners as a gimmick to gain attention.

When Whistleblower Aid was first formed, the main banner for the mission statement of its website contained clearly anti-Trump language.

“Today our Republic is under threat. Whistleblower Aid is committed to protecting the rule of law in the United States and around the world,” read the previous statement which can still be viewed via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. –Breitbart

Zaid is also founder and director of the James Madison Project, which still lists Democratic operative John Podesta as a member of its board in a hidden area of the website (archive here).

“Non-partisan” indeed.


Tyler Durden

Wed, 11/06/2019 – 14:45

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