Chief Justice John Roberts blocked Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) from asking a question at Thursday’s ridiculous impeachment hearings, in order to protect the identity of fake whistleblower Eric Ciaramella. Just as he did with the Obamacare ruling, Justice Roberts has decided that the scales of justice for the elites are fairer if he puts his finger on them.
In case you’ve been living under a rock since this fake impeachment started in August, the whistleblower who is helping the elites attempt to undermine the 2016 election has a name. It’s Eric Ciaramella.
Why is John Roberts suddenly so keen to protect Eric Ciaramella’s identity? It’s not like Eric Ciaramella did something truly shameful, like hanging out at an Ed Buck house party with Adam Schiff.
(Of course, if I were to apply the mainstream media’s strategies against Republicans to the whistleblower, I would phrase it, “Eric Ciaramella still has not DENIED attending any drug fueled house parties with Ed Buck and Adam Schiff. What is he hiding?”)
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) had asked a similar question about the whistleblower earlier in the boring impeachment hearings, but he left fake whistleblower Eric Ciaramella’s name out of the question. It was only when Rand Paul phrased a question using Eric Ciaramella’s name that Justice Roberts put on a veil of sanctimony and announced, “The presiding officer declines to read the question as submitted.”
Sen. Paul was furious, and rightly so. It’s bad enough that House Democrats never allowed Eric Ciaramella’s name to be spoken publicly. This was a clear abuse of President Trump’s right to face his accuser(s). But for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to pull the same stunt makes me kind of wonder if he hasn’t been attending any house parties recently in the 90210 zip code (if you don’t get the reference check out the above linked story about Adam Schiff). Just sayin’.
Eric Ciaramella is a CIA employee who worked on the bloated National Security Council in the White House. When Ciaramella and approximately 486 other people listened in on President Trump’s July phone call with the Ukraine president, Ciaramella and his Deep State buddies immediately ran to Adam Schiff’s office to hatch this impeachment scheme.
Rand Paul’s question is one that many Americans would like to know the answer to: Did Adam Schiff and/or anyone on his staff help Eric Ciaramella write his fake whistleblowing report?
That seems pretty relevant. But not to John Roberts and especially not if you have to mention Eric Ciaramella’s name publicly in order to ask a question about Eric Ciaramella, whose name is Eric Ciaramella.
This is the single most important and relevant question to come up in the impeachment trial so far, especially since we already know that President Trump did not commit any crime by engaging in foreign policy on the phone. Was the impeachment part of an underhanded, coordinated effort by the president’s political enemies?
We know that Eric Ciaramella was overheard in a conversation with his friends on Schiff’s staff back in 2017, talking about “taking Trump out.”
We know that Eric Ciaramella met multiple times with a Ukrainian DNC employee at the Obama White House in the runup to the Russian collusion hoax, in order to help disseminate the fake Russian potty dossier.
We know that Trump’s phone call to the Ukraine president was on July 25, and Eric Ciaramella’s friend and co-worker Sean Misko left the NSC the VERY NEXT DAY, July 26, to take a position on Adam Schiff’s staff.
This impeachment trial has been so boring up until now that I couldn’t even sit through much of Trump’s defense team arguments. I simply don’t care. I already know the outcome of the trial. I suppose it’s interesting to law students to get to hear Alan Dershowitz and Pam Bondi and Jay Sekulow pick apart Schiff and Nadler’s shoddy arguments. But how is any of this relevant to me and mine, or you and yours? It’s not.
And when we finally come to a moment when something interesting could have happened, John Roberts shuts it down by putting his finger on the scale for the Democrats.
There are no grounds for impeaching President Trump at this point. But I’m suddenly starting to lean toward impeaching a certain Chief Justice.
**EDITED To ADD**
Sen. Rand Paul has released the full text of his censored question publicly. Here is the question that Chief Justice John Roberts felt was too “dangerous” for the American public to hear:
“Are you aware that House intelligence committee staffer Shawn Misko had a close relationship with Eric Ciaramella while at the National Security Council together and are you aware and how do you respond to reports that Ciaramella and Misko may have worked together to plot impeaching the President before there were formal house impeachment proceedings.”