Listen to what she said; does she have documents, is she showing us anything? Think about Zach Vorhies and the documents that he produced.
So let’s ask some questions about this fake whistleblower.
Why are Obama-era operatives consulting her?
All of sudden we heard about the whistleblower. She appeared on 60 Minutes, and in less than 24 hrs, Facebook went down. Crisis? Bring attention to a whistleblower, then 36 hours later, she is front of Congress. Really???
Facebook agrees with the whistleblower, calling for standard rules for the entire internet
- She also has connections to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s former PR firm Bryson Gillette, where Psaki worked as a senior adviser until September 2020. The Center for Humane Technology, a group pushing for Facebook to more tightly regulate political content, was one of Psaki’s clients, according to ethics filings obtained by The Daily Wire.
“Despite having money for political donations, in January 2020, Haugen had a $44,000 federal tax lien placed against her for unpaid taxes, according to public records reviewed by The Daily Wire. The lien was released on May 17, 2021.”
Her lawyers are now seeking to raise $50,000 on GoFundMe, money they say will go to covering legal expenses for the attorneys, who are otherwise working pro-bono.
Those lawyers are Whistleblower Aid, a group founded by Mark Zaid, who previously represented the national security official who alleged that Donald Trump inappropriately pressed the Ukraine president on a phone call to, in turn, investigate whether Joe Biden inappropriately pressed the country to drop an investigation into his son’s firm, Burisma.
- The plot thickens. The Facebook “whistleblower” who is not actually a “whistleblower” is tied through an advocacy group to the Trump impeachment “whistleblower” who was not actually a “whistleblower.” The latter individual’s identity, according to a recent book, is self-admittedly Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.
- Haugen is also currently coordinating with Democratic operative Bill Burton and his consulting firm Bryson Gillette.