Two important individuals who reportedly provided intel to Congressman Devin Nunes (House Intelligence Committee Chair investigating Trump's wiretapping claims among other threads), have been now named by the NYT. Nunes calls them "whistleblowers" who gave him valuable intel that helps verify that Trump and his transition team were indeed surveilled. The names of the whistleblowers are (see story below) are Ezra Cohen-Watnick, senior director for Intelligence at the National Security Council, and Michael Ellis, attorney who works on national security issues at the WH Counsel's Office. At the time of the transition, Russian diplomat Sergey Kislyak was surveilled (most likely wiretapped) with conversations with a US citizen(s), making the US citizen(s) part of the "incidental collection" of data heard. If the US citizen's (s) identity is outed or "unmasked," the discloser faces serious felony(ies) punishable by years of prison time.