Rand Paul Discusses Whistleblower Eric Ciaramella During Floor Speech: “Were they plotting in the halls of congress to bring down this president?”…

Earlier today Senator Rand Paul delivered his remarks on impeachment from the Senate floor.  During his remarks Senator Paul highlighted the real and present danger of allowing agents within government to plot against a sitting president.

Senator Paul asks the same question he presented to Chief Justice John Roberts as the presiding officer of the Senate trial.  A question Roberts refused to ask:

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?

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171 Responses to Rand Paul Discusses Whistleblower Eric Ciaramella During Floor Speech: “Were they plotting in the halls of congress to bring down this president?”…

  1. CharterOakie says:

    Way to go Senator!

    Liked by 9 people

  2. John says:

    Now tie Ciaramella to Victoria Nuland, former Ukraine ambassador Geoff Pyatt, the “Maiden Massacre”, the 2014 coup in Ukraine, Ukrainian arms dealer and Schiff/Pelosi donor Igor Pasternak, the laundering of weapons to Isis through the Libya CIA station and the Libyan Embassy massacre. (the last two are my own suppositions)

    This goes much darker and much deeper than has so far been widely talked about.

    Liked by 12 people

    • cheering4america says:

      I don’t know if it is true, but if it is, what happened in Las Vegas makes a lot more sense.

      51 people killed. And no real answers.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Ludo says:

        Can someone give me a concise summary of what actually happened in Las Vegas? Something well-researched ala MacQueen’s book The 2001 Anthrax Deception? (Which I highly recommend, btw, and if you just can’t afford to buy it, it’s on library genesis – like every other book http://gen.lib.rus.ec )

        Liked by 4 people

        • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

          “I am John Cullin” on uTube. That burned out gambler wannabe small time arms dealer didn’t shoot and kill 58 innocents.


    • fabrabbit says:

      This is great, accuse him of something much worse and flush him out into the open. I don’t care if it is true or not, I’m using CNN rules.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      Given Fast and Furious I do not doubt that Obumbles, Brennan, and their lackeys would do this, but sensational allegations are naked without facts.

      As much as I despise the virulent, pernicious, mendacious scum that formed the executive arm of the Barry O administration, as with the Coup, let’s back up accusations with truth.

      That is how we Patriots have to roll.

      Liked by 4 people

    • vfm#7634 says:

      Maybe we all should call Ciaramella “Lord Voldemort”.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Adele Virtue says:

      he organized the assassination he did not do them himself. The headline for the story is misleading but it is in the story that he was who organized it all. So his hands are not clean at all and he can take many down with him if he really wants to.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MGBSE says:

      STUNNING…even if only 1% of this is true.


    • nyckers says:

      While this is a cool conspiracy theory, it could just as easily be Russian disinformation about their own massacre gone terribly wrong. It is a sad state of affairs when conservatives are equally fast to jump on the “CIA did it” bandwagon as the “FSB did it” train. Both has similar motives – to blame the other side and sway the populace. Personally, I’m going with a bad plan by Putin’s killers. Here in the USA, pretty much everything comes out eventually. I believe Ciaramella and Vindman and the whole crew are corrupt and confused partisans who have engaged in an illegal and seditious plot to overthrow the USG. But mass murderers on innocent Ukrainians and police? Not there yet.

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  3. Laramie Evan says:

    I wasn’t a big fan of Rand Paul because of the way he works issues and then votes against them just so he can say he didn’t (or did) support something. But, I became a much bigger fan after watching that little speech. He’s on the right side of FISA. He gets how dirty this impeachment charade was. And, he understands that Snowden is a hero. Bravo on all 3.

    Liked by 10 people

    • iwasthere says:

      To his credit, Rand has been a very harsh critic of the FISA court and the patriot act (the storage of data, but nobody looks at it!, end around to the 4th Amendment) but if you can get a warrant, not just a FISA warrant, you get a retroactive (back in time) warrant to that data. He’s also warned, years and years ago, way before Trump, that if you build such a system, it’s just ripe for political abuse. And now we have the political abuse – right in front of us – the very thing Rand warned about – people are not Angles. Even Rand at this point is pulling punches. Because he knows, or strongly suspects, the real abuse as exposed in the 99 page FISA order, if the American people knew the whole truth of the Obama political spying (the special joint program office MOU), the drag net (patriot act storage operation) and the FISA court would be abolished. But, it’s just too useful to stop another 9-11, so Rand is saying reform. He was right. Actually a very measured speech by Rand today, IMHO.

      Liked by 8 people

  4. visage13 says:

    I agree with everything he said and good for him to bringing sunlight to it.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. William Schneider says:

    I too applaud Rand Paul big time. He is developing into one of Trump’s strongest allies fighting for the truth. He may actually be a politician with a genuine conscience rooted in Christian values.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Rhi says:

      I’ll be a bit of a contrarian here, I say bravo to him for reading the ’forbidden’ name on the record and exposing the connections to Schiffhead, what he said about ‘reforming’ FISA and doesn’t think CIAramella should be fired, is panty waist appeasement big club and you’re not in it talk.

      This was a legislative coup initiated and coordinated by many alphabet agencies over three years. Few Congress critters seem pissed off and want to see justice. UniParty indeed.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MGBSE says:

      Who was attacked and nearly killed by a deranged RAT voter…that tends to focus a person on the evil amongst us.


  6. Landslide says:

    I’m going to forward Rand’s speech to my millennial son. He respects Rand (but not PDJT) It was a righteous speech and full of info for the uninformed. (Son THINKS he is uber-informed. Truth is, he’s just MISinformed!)

    Thank you, Mr. Paul.👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸

    Liked by 8 people

  7. The only two words that I wish Sen. Paul had used in his speech are these: Fourth Amendment. Because this is what every discussion of government [surveillance …] powers must come down to, and be based on:

    “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated […]”

    The text and structure of the US Constitution is always about checks and balances. Yes, sometimes the Government does have the “extraordinary powers” to search, to seize, to compel, and so on. But, always, those powers are checked.

    Sen. Paul is fundamentally correct: these powers, right now, are “unchecked.” And they were indeed used to commit a form of tyranny. Right before our eyes.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Lion2017 says:

    Every Republican Senator voting tomorrow should be outraged over this coup impeachment! The Democrats have been plotting against President Trump for years. They should be demanding justice!


  9. T2020 says:

    Like I said before: Call him Rand ⚾️⚾️


  10. Newpaltzwaltz says:

    Rand Paul…Rand Paul; you have always been a nut to me…lots of good points but unpredictable and “all over the place”. During past elections, I never wanted to give you the car because I thought you would wreck it…you are changing my mind.
    Thank you Sundance


  11. T2020 says:


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  12. dreamguardian007 says:

    Thanks to Senator Paul for engaging the fight. Sure wish someone would point out and emphasize the FISA warrant “two hops” rule and what that means.


  13. ann says:

    This is so shameful on too many levels. How do these evil people sleep at night? Don’t they have family, loved ones and friends? How do they look at themselves in the mirror?


  14. railer says:

    Rand Paul was magnificent. He gets it.

    Always remember though, that it was Swamp creature McConnell who stood at the microphone at the start of the 2nd day of questioning and gave Roberts the Senate’s go ahead to ignore Rand’s question. I.E. the Senate would go along with Roberts if he laid aside the question and refused to read it. Look at that video and see for yourself.

    McConnell has no intention of investigating any of this corruption. He is complicit in the coverup because he’s part of the corruption, similar to Biden.


  15. Robert Jeffords says:

    YouTube took video down


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