(TNS) The worst-kept secret in Washington, D.C., right now is the identity of the so-called “Ukraine whistleblower” — the person who triggered the deep state’s latest effort to oust President Trump from office like sycophants in a dictatorial third-world banana republic would do.

In early October, intrepid investigative reporter Paul Sperry revealed his background.

One America News’ Jack Prosobiec had his suspicions about the informant’s identity even then:

Bingo. Sperry ID’ed him for real last week:

…[T]he name of a government official fitting that description — Eric Ciaramella — has been raised privately in impeachment depositions, according to officials with direct knowledge of the proceedings, as well as in at least one open hearing held by a House committee not involved in the impeachment inquiry.

Federal documents reveal that the 33-year-old Ciaramella, a registered Democrat held over from the Obama White House, previously worked with former Vice President Joe Biden and former CIA Director John Brennan, a vocal critic of Trump who helped initiate the Russia “collusion” investigation of the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.

Long time Democrat operative, in other words.

On Monday, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky) demanded that the “mainstream” media to its job and report that Ciaramella is, indeed, the guy who got this “Ukraine” ball rolling because had he been a Republican operative attempting to disrupt a Democrat president, they’d have been all over it.

That demand led to outrage from the Marxists in the media and the Garbage Party. Why, what an insult to the “whistleblower protection act” and all that jazz. Congress would be remiss…remiss!…in its constitutional oversight duties if lawmakers were to allow his identity to be revealed.

Only, as Paul noted on Fox News Tuesday night, there’s no legal requirement preventing him from naming the name.

In fact, as he said during his interview, there is every constitutional reason for doing so.

“The Sixth Amendment to the Constitution says if you’re going to accuse me of a crime, I get to stare you down in court,” he said.

When pressed, Paul noted further that he had the right and the protections to reveal the name on the Senate floor — “And I may” — but he notes that the important part of this is the accusation made against President Trump by this individual and the Garbage Party, not outing someone.


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