HomeNews WireTREASON IN WASHINGTON: Whistleblower's Lawyer Admits That Coup d'etat Is Happening Editor November 8, 2019 Mark Zaid, one of the infamous whistleblower's attorneys, admitted that there is indeed a coup d'etat in effect that is purposely looking to overthrow President Trump. The whistleblower, who we still don't know the identity of to this day, is the person who is responsible for starting the impeachment inquiry started in the House of Representatives. In a tweet from 2017, he said "coup has started" and that "impeachment will follow ultimately". According to Fox News, The tweets, which came shortly after President Trump fired then-acting Attorney General Sally Yates for failing to defend federal laws in court, are likely to fuel Republican concerns that the anonymous whistleblower's complaint is tainted with partisanship. Trump's call with Ukraine's leader, which is the subject of the complaint, occurred in July 2019. “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.” Trump has repeatedly accused Democrats and partisans in the intelligence community of effectively plotting a coup against him, through selective leaks and lengthy investigations. #coup has started. First of many steps. #rebellion. #impeachment will follow ultimately. #lawyers https://t.co/FiNBQo6v0S — Mark S. Zaid (@MarkSZaidEsq) January 31, 2017 This impeachment process is a charade. All the effort that the Dems have put into hiding the identity of the whistleblower, not allowing the GOP to speak to him, or even attend their secret meetings is a joke. You can't tell me that this hasn't been in the works for some time. The man who said a coup has started back in 2017 just happens to be the lawyer for the whistleblower? That's no coincidence.