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Title: WHISTLEBLOWER - Dan Coats, Sue Gordon, Team Resistance?
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Published: Sep 27, 2019
Author: nolu chan
Post Date: 2019-09-27 14:24:28 by nolu chan
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WHISTLEBLOWER - Dan Coats, Sue Gordon, Team Resistance?

By nolu chan
27 September 2019

Considering who might be the "whistleblower," I present a couple of people of interest and a sequence of events.

The initial report was not the Intelligence Community Complaint of August 12, but a prior anonymous report made to the CIA General Counsel Courtney Elwood, alternately attributed to shortly after the phone call of July 25, or to the week after the phone call which would be in the time range 28 Jul - 3 Aug.

The following timeline of events may be coincidental or revelatory.

TIMELINE OF EVENTS

TH 25 Jul 2019 — Phonecall between Trump and Zelensky.

SU 28 Jul 2019 — Trump announces DNI Coats is leaving, to be replaced by John Ratcliffe.

28 Jul - 03 Aug 2019 — Anonymous report received by CIA General Counsel Courtney Elwood and forwarded to White House. White House knows of report at CIA.

FR 02 Aug 2019 — Ratcliffe nomination withdrawn.

TU 08 Aug 2019 — DNI Dan Coats "disrupted a meeting his deputy, Sue Gordon, was holding on election security to urge her to resign from her post." Sue Gordon submits resignation letter. Trump announces Joseph Maguire to succeed Dan Coats as DNI.

MO 12 Aug 2019 — IG Complaint submitted to Congressmen Adam Schiff and Richard Burr.

TH 15 Aug 2019 — Dan Coats and Sue Gordon leave.

As deputy, Sue Gordon expected to become DNI following the normal course of succession. On 28 July, Trump announced Ratcliffe would replace Coats. Shortly after, or during the week following the phone call, the anonymous report to the CIA General Counsel was submitted. 28 July to 3 August would qualify for that time period. The White House became aware. On 8 August Coats disrupted a meeting to advise Gordon to resign, or get out of Dodge. Gordon resigns that day, effective 15 August. Both Coats and Gordon leave on 15 August.

There is an antecedent matter from 2018 that may, or may not, be related. On September 5, 2018, the New York Times published anonymously, an Op Ed it attributed to "a senior official in the Trump administration." The title of the article was, "I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration." A host of names were speculated about. Many issued denials. A curiosity arises with the denial that it was Sue Gordon. The denial was issued by Dan Coats, not Sue Gordon.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/09/06/new-york-times-trump-op-ed-author-essay/1209710002/

Here are the officials who deny writing anonymous New York Times op-ed

Christal Hayes and David Jackson
USA TODAY
Published 12:09 p.m. ET Sept. 6, 2018 | Updated 7:37 a.m. ET Sept. 7, 2018

WASHINGTON – Social media users are out to solve the mystery of who authored the New York Times essay that offered blistering criticism of President Donald Trump.

The anonymous writer, described by the Times as a "senior official in the Trump administration," has ignited fury among Trump and his supporters for describing the president as erratic and amoral. As social media sleuths have speculated over the writer's identity, a slew of officials have issued denials that they wrote the op-ed.

Here are some of the senior officials who have weighed in:

[...]

Dan Coats

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said neither he nor his principal deputy, Sue Gordon, wrote the essay.

"Speculation that The New York Times op-ed was written by me or my Principal Deputy is patently false," Coats said in a statement. "We did not. From the beginning of our tenure, we have insisted that the entire IC remain focused on our mission to provide the President and policymakers with the best intelligence possible."

Coats had become a possible suspect primarily because of MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell, who offered Coats as his top guess on the identity of the author.

For consideration:

https://www.palmerreport.com/analysis/fast-one-sue-gordon-dan-coats-trump/19916/

Did Dan Coats and Sue Gordon just pull a fast one on Donald Trump?

Bill Palmer
8:08 pm EDT August 9, 2019

Palmer Report - Analysis

In the week since Donald Trump ousted his Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, it’s been abundantly clear that he didn’t want Coats’ Deputy, Sue Gordon, to assume the role – even on an acting basis. But as the Senate Republicans torpedoed Trump’s attempted nomination of John Ratcliffe to the position, and then publicly told Trump that he was legally required to name Gordon the Acting DNI, Trump seemed to be changing his tune – until yesterday.

That’s when Donald Trump suddenly announced on Twitter that Sue Gordon was instead retiring, effective next week, and that he was naming retired Admiral Joseph Maguire as Acting DNI. At the time, it appeared that Trump had found a way to oust Gordon, so the GOP Senate couldn’t force him to let her have the job. But now CNN is reporting that the whole thing actually went very differently.

For those who have read or seen 28 Barbary Lane, my person of interest may be Anna Madrigal, the anagram name of the Olympia Dukakis character.

Or, more simply, it may be Team Resistance within the White House, laundering their dirty work through the CIA.

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SOURCES:

https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/463332-whistleblower-filed-trump-complaint-after-going-to-cia-general

Whistleblower filed Trump complaint after going to CIA general counsel: report

By Tal Axelrod
The Hill
09/26/19 11:21 PM EDT

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/26/us/politics/who-is-whistleblower.html

White House Knew of Whistle-Blower’s Allegations Soon After Trump’s Call With Ukraine Leader

The whistle-blower, a C.I.A. officer detailed to the White House at one point, first expressed his concerns anonymously to the agency’s top lawyer.

By Julian E. Barnes, Michael S. Schmidt, Adam Goldman and Katie Benner
New York Times
Published Sept. 26, 2019
Updated Sept. 27, 2019, 9:53 a.m. ET

https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/26/politics/justice-department-alert-whistleblower-complaint/index.html

Justice Department knew about whistleblower complaint involving Trump more than a week before referral

By Evan Perez and Paul LeBlanc, CNN

Updated 11:08 PM ET, Thu September 26, 2019

(CNN) Justice Department national security lawyers were first alerted to the whistleblower complaint regarding President Donald Trump's conduct involving Ukraine more than a week before the formal referral, officials briefed on the matter told CNN on Thursday.

The general counsel for one of the intelligence agencies alerted the national security division at Justice Department on August 14, as required under the agency's rules, that they had received a complaint from an employee, the officials said. The New York Times was first to report the origin of the complaint.

[...]

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/05/opinion/trump-white-house-anonymous-resistance.html

Opinion

I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration

I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

Sept. 5, 2018

https://nationalpost.com/news/world/a-year-later-and-the-trump-official-who-wrote-i-am-the-resistance-remains-a-secret

Paul Farhi
Washington Post
September 1, 2019 3:08 PM EDT

A year later and the Trump official who wrote ‘I am the resistance’ remains a secret

In the year since, the New York Times op-ed itself has largely been forgotten but among the questions that remain: Is the author still working in the administration?

[...]

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/09/06/new-york-times-trump-op-ed-author-essay/1209710002/

Here are the officials who deny writing anonymous New York Times op-ed

Christal Hayes and David Jackson
USA TODAY
Published 12:09 p.m. ET Sept. 6, 2018 | Updated 7:37 a.m. ET Sept. 7, 2018

WASHINGTON – Social media users are out to solve the mystery of who authored the New York Times essay that offered blistering criticism of President Donald Trump.

The anonymous writer, described by the Times as a "senior official in the Trump administration," has ignited fury among Trump and his supporters for describing the president as erratic and amoral. As social media sleuths have speculated over the writer's identity, a slew of officials have issued denials that they wrote the op-ed.

Here are some of the senior officials who have weighed in:

[...]

Dan Coats

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said neither he nor his principal deputy, Sue Gordon, wrote the essay.

"Speculation that The New York Times op-ed was written by me or my Principal Deputy is patently false," Coats said in a statement. "We did not. From the beginning of our tenure, we have insisted that the entire IC remain focused on our mission to provide the President and policymakers with the best intelligence possible."

Coats had become a possible suspect primarily because of MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell, who offered Coats as his top guess on the identity of the author.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/national-security/sue-gordon-has-resigned-deputy-director-national-intelligence-n1040616

Sue Gordon has resigned as deputy director of national intelligence

Gordon, a career CIA official, told the White House she would leave after learning she would be passed over as director of national intelligence.

Aug. 8, 2019, 5:45 PM CDT / Updated Aug. 9, 2019, 6:31 AM CDT
By Ken Dilanian and Shannon Pettypiece

WASHINGTON — Sue Gordon, a career CIA official who is serving as the principal deputy director of national intelligence, told the White House she would leave her job on Thursday after she learned she would be passed over as director of national intelligence.

[...]

https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/09/politics/sue-gordon-resignation-coats-interrupts-meeting/index.html

Top intel official interrupted meeting to urge his deputy to resign Zachary Cohen

By Zachary Cohen, CNN

Updated 5:32 PM ET, Fri August 9, 2019

Washington (CNN)The country's No. 2 intelligence official, Sue Gordon, knew it was likely she would have to eventually step down from her post, but the timing of that decision became more urgent on Thursday after her boss -- outgoing spy chief Dan Coats -- interrupted a meeting she was holding on election security and asked his deputy to submit her letter of resignation, sources familiar with the events told CNN.

While details of the conversation between Gordon, an intelligence veteran of more than 30 years, and Coats remain unclear, sources say that the situation clearly abruptly changed after the meeting was interrupted.

Shortly after her encounter with Coats, Gordon submitted her letter of resignation to Vice President Mike Pence, though the document itself was addressed to Trump, according to officials, a highly unusual move that prompted some confusion among some West Wing officials who waited for the President's tweet confirming the news.

[...]

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/dan-coats-disrupted-meeting-to-urge-sue-gordon-to-resign-report

Dan Coats disrupted meeting to urge Sue Gordon to resign: Report

by Daniel Chaitin
Washington Examiner
August 09, 2019 07:00 PM

Outgoing Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats disrupted a meeting his deputy, Sue Gordon, was holding on election security to urge her to resign from her post.

The abrupt interruption on Thursday, reported by CNN, happened shortly before Gordon submitted her letter of resignation later that day.

She was next in line to be acting spy chief when Coats first announced his intent to retire late last month, but reports indicated the president was going to pick someone else to oversee the U.S. intelligence community until a permanent replacement was approved by the Senate.

[...]

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