Adam SchiffAdam Schiff just got some really bad news.

The Democrats’ impeachment witch hunt all began with a so-called “whistleblower” filing a complaint that Donald Trump abused his power during a phone call with the Ukrainian President.

But now the whistleblower could be headed to jail after this smoking gun surfaced.

Alleged whistleblower Eric Ciaramella is in hot water.

An intelligence community whistleblower filed a complaint with the intelligence community inspector general alleging that Ciaramella could be committing a crime by soliciting donations through a GoFundMe page.

“We are requesting you investigate whether 18 USC 20818 USC 209, or any other criminal statute or regulation, has been violated by the federal employee you are protecting when they reportedly requested an investigation into a matter they had no direct personal knowledge of, and on account of which they were able to obtain sizeable gifts from unknown persons because of their official duty,” the complaint alleges.

The complaint pertains to a GoFundMe page set up by Whistleblower Aid to raise money to support the lawyers allegedly representing Ciaramella.

The GoFundMe page reads:

A U.S. intelligence officer who filed an urgent report of government misconduct needs your help.

This brave individual took an oath to protect and defend our Constitution.

We’re working with the whistleblower and launched a crowdfunding effort to support the whistleblower’s lawyers.

The page also states that “the whistleblowers’ legal counsel–Andrew Bakaj and Mark Zaid of Compass Rose Legal Group–are core members of Whistleblower Aid’s team. They have helped to build this organization from scratch. It’s important that people know a bit about them.”

Anthony Gallo – the lawyer representing the whistleblower who filed the complaint against who press reports indicate is Ciaramella – blasted the unethical nature of this fundraising relationship.

“I have not seen anything on this scale,” Gallo told Fox News. “It’s not about politics for my client — it’s whistleblower-on-whistleblower, and [my client’s] only interest is to see the government ethics rules are being complied with government-wide.”

The GoFundMe page to raise money for legal defense is a “go to” play in the resistance grift.

Disgraced former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for his legal defense after then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired McCabe in 2018.

McCabe – despite having his own considerable wealth – still managed to raise nearly half a million dollars from Trump haters around the country.

Mark Zaid – one of the lawyers allegedly representing Ciaramella – is already having his time in the barrel for tweets from 2017 calling for a coup to overthrow President Trump.

Now a shady fundraising scheme in his client’s name is raising major ethics and legal questions.

This whole story stunk to high heaven from day one.

And the more the American people learn about this sham whistleblower and their phony complaint, the more Republican support behind Donald Trump in the impeachment witch hunt hardens.

American Patriot Daily will keep you up to date on any new developments in the Democrats’ ongoing impeachment witch hunt to remove Donald Trump from office.