Last Updated on November 11, 2019
An attorney for the Democrat operative now commonly referred to as the “whistleblower” in mainstream media telegraphed his plan to attempt to impeach President Trump in what he himself referred to as a “coup.”
The attorney, Mark Zaid, who represents the Democrat government operative at the center of the so-called “whistleblower” operation apparently planned and executed by Democrats in the Obama administration going back to early 2016, made the revealing comments very publicly on Twitter.
In a series of tweets in 2017 Zaid refers several times to impeachment being inevitable.
In January 2017 Zaid tweeted that a “coup has started” and that “impeachment will follow ultimately.”
Zaid repeatedly remarked about what he would refer to as President Donald J. Trumps inevitable impeachment, and even bragged about the collusion between the man know known as the “whistleblower” and the pro-impeachment Russia and Ukraine obsessed cable news network, CNN.
In July 2017, Zain commented in a tweet, “”I predict @CNN will play a key role in @realDonaldTrump not finishing out his full term as president.” Following shortly after that month Zaid tweeted again, “We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters.”
House GOP leader commented to Fox News, “we should take [Zaid] at his word that this is a coordinated, premeditated plot to overturn the election.”
Shortly after Trump fired the then-acting Attorney General Sally Yates for her failure to defend federal laws in court, Zain tweeted to appeases his following promising the “coup” would occur in many steps and that “as one falls, two more will take their place,” apparently referring to Trump administration employees who defy the White House.
“The whistleblower’s lawyer gave away the game,” the Trump campaign’s communications director, Tim Murtaugh, told Fox News. “It was always the Democrats’ plan to stage a coup and impeach President Trump and all they ever needed was the right scheme. They whiffed on Mueller so now they’ve settled on the perfectly fine Ukraine phone call. This proves this was orchestrated from the beginning.”
This past Wednesday in a statement to Fox News, Zaid made an attempt to defend his tweets referring to them as “common sentiments.”
“Those tweets were reflective and repeated the sentiments of millions of people,” Zaid said. “I was referring to a completely lawful process of what President Trump would likely face as a result of stepping over the line, and that particularly whatever would happen would come about as a result of lawyers. The coup comment referred to those working inside the Administration who were already, just a week into office, standing up to him to enforce recognized rules of law.“