GOP's Biden Whistleblower Indicted For Being A Chinese Spy
Republicans' key "whistleblower" against the Biden family was indicted for working to advance the interests of China, which is awkward because he's alleging that Biden worked with China.
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Republicans’ key whistleblower has been indicted for working to advance the interests of China.
Rep. James Comer (R-KY)’s “missing” key whistleblower who was supposed to blow the lid off of the Biden family’s Republican-alleged dealings with China has been indicted on eight counts including “working to advance the interests of China.”
Republicans claimed Gal Luft, their missing key whistleblower, would prove that President Joe Biden and his son Hunter received money from a Chinese energy company with ties to the Chinese government. But Luft has been indicted on eight counts in the U.S. Southern District of New York for charges he was made aware of last year.
Gal Luft went on the run when he found out about the charges. He fled.
It shouldn’t be lost on anyone that whistleblowers are supposed to come forward before they go on the lam and run away from the law.
The point of whistleblowing is to counter wrongdoing. Throwing out accusations after one has been accused of multiple serious crimes that caused one to flee the country is less credible and is likely not the proper use of the word “whistleblower.”
The government explains: “Whistleblowing is the lawful disclosure of information a discloser reasonably believes evidences to an authorized recipient.”
It is the mechanism to get the right information to the right people to counter wrongdoing and promote proper, effective, and efficient operation of IC functions. Whistleblowing in the IC is extremely important as it ensures that you can "say something" if you have "seen something" while protecting sensitive national security information and activities.
Whistleblowing is a powerful tool to raise awareness of potential issues within IC programs and activities. The tool is designed for reporting wrongdoing and not personal grievances, policy disputes or management disagreements. Each IC agency has appropriate venues to raise such concerns.
One is supposed to use whistleblowing to protect national security, not as a get-out-of-jail-free card for endangering it with a years-long crime spree.
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