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Ho-hum. Just another day in the life of the most corrupt, incompetent, dysfunctional, shallow, anti-science, anti-education, buffoonish, anti-American, disgustingly self-centred president in history: the criminal known as Donald Trump.

 

The Stunning New Texts, Documents, and Impeachment Evidence Released by the House, Explained

Rudy Giuliani’s fixer, Lev Parnas, turned over documents. They’re very ugly.

 

 

The House Intelligence Committee quietly released a new batch of impeachment inquiry evidence Tuesday evening: documents provided by Rudy Giuliani’s fixer for Ukraine, Lev Parnas.

And boy, are they ugly.

The documents, which include Parnas’s handwritten notes, copies of text messages, and other correspondence, reveal some new information — including that Giuliani claimed to be acting with President Trump’s “knowledge and consent” in his communications with the Ukrainian government.

One handwritten note of Parnas’s, scribbled on Ritz-Carlton hotel stationery, clearly states his main objective in his dealings with Ukraine: to get Ukraine’s president to announce “the Biden case will be investigated.”

The documents also provide the strongest evidence yet that there was a corrupt understanding involving prosecutor general Yuriy Lutsenko (a Ukrainian official in the previous regime). Lutsenko offered to investigate Burisma and the Bidens — and, in exchange, he insisted that US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, whom he had clashed with, be fired. He made this quid pro quo clear in his messages to Parnas.

But most disturbing of all is a set of messages Parnas received from a person named Robert F. Hyde, a Republican congressional candidate. Hyde texted Parnas that he had people tracking Yovanovitch’s movements closely in Ukraine. He claimed he could tell whether her phone and computer were off. And he wrote: “If you want her out they need to make contact with security forces.” (It is not yet clear whether these claims by Hyde were true.)

There’s relatively little about Trump specifically here — Parnas was a degree removed from the president — but the overall takeaway is that the effort to get dirt on Biden stunk to high heaven of corruption.

Who is Lev Parnas again?

Lev Parnas is a Soviet-born US citizen now living in Florida who donated large sums of money to Republicans in recent years and became a close associate of Giuliani. Parnas and his colleague Igor Fruman ended up serving as Giuliani’s “fixers” in his search for dirt that would help Trump politically in Ukraine. They talked to Ukrainian officials and tried to help Giuliani get documents and meetings.

In October, though, Parnas and Fruman were indicted by the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York on charges of campaign finance law violations, regarding those hundreds of thousands of dollars they donated to Republicans in 2018. Since then, Fruman has been quiet — but Parnas went public, claiming through his lawyer that he had important information about the impeachment inquiry that Democrats would want.

The judge in Parnas’s case gave him permission to turn over some of the evidence prosecutors had obtained to House impeachment investigators. He has done so — and this is our first look at some of what he provided.

Giuliani told the Ukrainians he was acting on Trump’s behalf

First off, the documents make clear that Giuliani told the Ukrainians he was acting at Trump’s behest. He wrote a letter to Zelensky dated May 10, 2019, while Zelensky was still president-elect and shortly before he was inaugurated, asking for a meeting.

“In my capacity as personal counsel to President Trump and with his knowledge and consent, I request a meeting with you,” Giuliani wrote.

 

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Giuliani did not explain what the meeting was about — but the letter’s date is one day after Giuliani told the New York Times he would soon be traveling to Kyiv to try to get the Ukrainian government to investigate the Bidens and supposed Ukraine interference in the 2016 election.

Giuliani also wrote in the letter that he would be accompanied on the trip by Victoria Toensing, a conservative lawyer involved in the dirt-digging effort (whom Giuliani described as “very familiar with this matter”).

The documents also reveal that when Parnas and Fruman came under scrutiny in the impeachment inquiry (but before his arrest), Trump personally approved his former lawyer John Dowd’s representation of the pair. That’s according to an email from Trump’s lawyer Jay Sekulow.

 

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Sekulow will be among Trump’s defense team in his Senate trial.

An intriguing note from Parnas

Another interesting tidbit is a note — which the House Intelligence Committee says Parnas has confirmed he wrote — laying out an apparent to-do list. It includes:

 

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The note reads: “get Zalensky to Annonce that the Biden case will be Investigated.” That is, get Ukraine’s new president to announce an investigation of the Bidens.

This is significant because several Trump administration officials, such as Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland, have long claimed they only discussed the possibility of investigating Burisma, the natural gas company whose board Hunter Biden sat on.

 

But here is Parnas openly referring wanting Ukraine to investigate “the Biden case,” just as Trump said he wanted on his infamous July 25 phone call with Zelensky. The circumstances in which the note was written — notably, the date and who Parnas may have been talking to while he scribbled the note — are unclear.

An understanding tying Yovanovitch’s firing to Biden dirt

Another batch of the evidence pertains to communications Parnas had with Yuriy Lutsenko, who served as Ukraine’s prosecutor general under Zelensky’s predecessor.

To recap: A prologue, of sorts, to the impeachment saga occurred in March 2019 when Giuliani, Parnas, and various corrupt Ukrainians launched a smear campaign against the US ambassador in Kyiv, Marie Yovanovitch.

These (translated) messages suggest that Lutsenko was demanding Yovanovitch’s firing — and that he communicated to Parnas that, in return, he would make allegations about “B.”

 

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Above, Lutsenko tells Parnas that “if you don’t make a decision about Madam— you are bringing into question all my allegations. Including about B.” (“Madam” clearly means Yovanovitch, and “B” is shorthand for either Burisma or Biden, as later messages make clear.)

Lutsenko soon writes about “testimony about transfers to B,” and then about “copies of payments from Burisma to Seneca.” (Rosemont Seneca Partners is the consulting firm Hunter Biden co-founded.) He also complains how Parnas can’t get rid of someone female, to which Parnas responds, “She’s not getting away.”

 

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A Parnas associate claimed to be surveilling Yovanovitch — and asked if he wanted “her out”

Finally, and most disturbingly, is a set of messages Parnas exchanged with a person named Robert F. Hyde, a controversial Republican congressional candidate in Connecticut who has spent time at Mar-a-Lago and Trump’s DC hotel.

Parnas sent Hyde tweets and articles from prominent conservative media personalities — such as Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity, and Dan Bongino — disparaging Yovanovitch and suggesting she was disloyal. “Can’t believe Trumo [Trump] hasn’t fired this bitch,” Hyde responded. “I’ll get right in that.”

 

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About 13 hours later, Hyde reported back to Parnas: “She under heavy protection outside Kiev.” Then, two days later he said he had “guys” there who could “do” something — and that he now knew Yovanovitch’s whereabouts, and that her phone and computer were off.

 

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Hyde went on: “They are willing to help if we/you would like a price.” He added: “Guess you can do anything in the Ukraine with money... what I was told.”

The next day, Hyde reported back that Yovanovitch would not be moved, and that his contacts were asking “what is the next step.”

He added, ominously: “If you want her out they need to make contact with security forces.”

 

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A few days after that, Hyde reported he had “a person inside,” and asked if Parnas still needed “intel” or if they should “stand down.”

 

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In these messages, there is no response from Parnas after that, for nearly two months.

These messages certainly seem to suggest that Hyde was having Yovanovitch surveilled — and that one ominous message asking “if you want her out” may imply something much darker.

ABC’s Katherine Faulders reached Hyde for comment, and he said he was “absolutely not” threatening to harm Yovanovitch. And it is unclear whether Hyde — about whom little is known, other than that he owned a landscaping company in Connecticut — truly had these capabilities, or whether it was some sort of bizarre attempt at braggadocio. But it certainly seems to be something law enforcement should look into.

 

https://www.vox.com/2020/1/14/21066219/impeachment-lev-parnas-evidence-ambassador

 

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Trump, speaking about--and lying about-- knowing Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, October 10:

 

"I don't know those gentlemen. Now it's possible I have a picture with them because I have a picture with everybody. ... Somebody said there may be a picture or something at a fundraiser or somewhere. But I have pictures with everybody. ... I don't know, maybe they were clients of Rudy. You'd have to ask Rudy."

 

 

From an October 2 message from Donald's lawyer confirming that Donald's statement above is a lie and that he certainly knows them very well:

 

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“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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This is all substantial except for the Sekulow letter which is a standard conflict of interest waiver.


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50 minutes ago, HipKat said:
 
 
 

 

 
 
The corruption of Trump and his cronies runs so deep, it's hard to keep track of everything.  I seem to remember now that Devin Nunes too had some sort of shady connection with Lev Parnas, Rudy, etc., in relation to the Ukraine. And this came out right in the middle of the Congressional hearings related to Donald's impeachment a few weeks ago when he was serving as the ranking member. But it's all really very, very innocent, I'm sure.
 
Ah, here's an article on that:
 

The Nunes Crew Is Neck-Deep in the Ukraine Scandal

Several of the congressman’s current and former staffers have surfaced in connection with the controversy.

 

During the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment hearings last month, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), the panel’s ranking member, angrily decried the process. He called the proceedings a “drug deal” concocted by the Democrats for TV ratings and claimed Donald Trump had done nothing wrong in his attempt to get Ukraine to launch investigations that might help his political prospects. All the while, Nunes failed to disclose his own mysterious role in the scandal, which first began to emerge when the Daily Beast reported on the California Republican’s alleged ties to Lev Parnas, the indicted Florida businessman who assisted Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer, in his dirt-digging efforts in Ukraine. 

When the House Intelligence Committee released its report on its impeachment inquiry at the beginning of December, Nunes’ involvement in the controversy became even clearer. Not only did the report include phone records indicating calls between Nunes and numbers associated with Giuliani and Parnas (Nunes claims the Parnas calls actually came from a number associated with Parnas’ wife and that he spoke with “someone,” he does not recall who), it also indicated deep ties between Nunes’ office and the White House. At least three former Nunes staffers currently work in the White House. A onetime National Security Council staffer in the Trump White House, meanwhile, currently works for Nunes. The names of all of these officials have surfaced in recent months in connection with the Ukraine scandal, and three of them were mentioned in the intelligence committee report.

 

Kash Patel, a member of Nunes’ intelligence committee staff, left that role in February to join the Trump administration as a senior adviser on the National Security Council. Politico reported in October that the former Nunes aide (whose responsibilities on the NSC do not involve Ukraine policy) supplied Trump with information on Ukraine that influenced the president’s belief that the country colluded with Democrats to interfere in the 2016 election—a debunked conspiracy theory that the White House and other members of the GOP are still running with. Patel contends that he never spoke with Trump about Ukraine-related matters and has filed a lawsuit against Politico over the story, claiming defamation.

But evidence of Patel’s alleged involvement in the Ukraine scandal popped up again during the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment hearings. Fiona Hill, a former top NSC official specializing in Russia and Europe, testified that she was told that Trump “may want to speak to Kash” concerning “some materials related to Ukraine.” Hill got the impression that Trump believed Patel was the NSC’s Ukraine director (his job focused on counterterrorism) and said she unsuccessfully tried to clarify if he “had some special…representational role on Ukraine.”According to Hill, Patel had a close relationship to both Trump and Nunes. According to call logs obtained by the intelligence committee and included in its report, Patel communicated with Giuliani on May 10, less than an hour after Giuliani spoke with Kurt Volker, the former US special envoy to Ukraine.

If Patel sounds familiar, that is because it is not the first time his name has surfaced in connection with a controversial effort to advance the president’s political interests. While working for Nunes, he helped to author a controversial and misleading four-page memo that made a number of disputed assertions concerning how the FBI obtained a FISA warrant to investigate former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page. The memo appeared to be aimed at derailing the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and it was declassified by Trump over objections from the FBI.

Michael Ellis, who worked for Nunes for a year as a lawyer on the intelligence committee, is one of the two White House officials who fed Nunes the intelligence files that became the basis of the controversial memo that Patel helped author. Ellis joined the White House in March of 2017 as the deputy counsel to the NSC’s top lawyer, John Eisenberg. The House Intelligence Committee sought the testimony of both Ellis and his boss in its impeachment inquiry, but the men are among 10 administration officials who have refused to comply with congressional subpoenas.

 
 

Eisenberg was alerted in late July by two senior aides that Gordon Sondland, Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, was improperly pressuring Ukrainian officials to investigate the Bidens. According to the New York Times, Eisenberg and Ellis decided that what Sondland was doing wasn’t a big deal and not worth telling Trump: 

But instead of briefing the president, Mr. Eisenberg and his deputy decided that while the efforts of the appointee — Gordon D. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union — were unorthodox, they were not criminal, according to a person briefed on their decision. Mr. Eisenberg set aside the concerns of the senior aides, one of whom who would go on to describe Mr. Sondland to impeachment investigators as a national security risk because he was so unprepared for his job.

Mr. Eisenberg would come to the same conclusion again and again when confronted with revelations that Mr. Trump had ordered up a shadow Ukraine policy to advance his personal interests: However disturbing the facts, no one involved violated the law.

Another Nunes staffer who appeared in the intelligence committee’s report is Derek Harvey. Before joining Nunes’ staff, Harvey was tapped by Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, to serve in the White House as the NSC’s Middle East director. Harvey was dismissed from that role in July 2017 by Flynn’s successor, H.R. McMaster. According to the intelligence committee report, Harvey communicated with Giuliani on May 8, the same day that Giuliani spoke with the White House, Parnas, and John Solomon, a former opinion columnist at The Hill who stoked right-wing conspiracy theories  about Ukraine’s involvement in the 2016 election. But as CNBC reported on November 24—in an article cited in the intelligence committee report—Harvey’s involvement in the Ukraine scandal may go deeper. Parnas’ attorney told CNBC that some of Nunes’ aides scrapped a trip to Ukraine to meet with two Ukrainian prosecutors earlier this year when they realized they would have to disclose the trip to Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the Democratic chair of the House Intelligence Committee. Once they came to that realization, they asked Parnas to set up Skype and phone meetings with the officials. As a result, Harvey, according to Parnas’ attorney, spoke with the two Ukrainian prosecutors over Skype and in a phone call in March of this year.

Though that particular trip never happened, Harvey, along with Nunes and two other aides, took a trip to Europe in 2018 that; CNN reported this trip allegedly included a stopover in Vienna, where Nunes met with former Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin. Shokin has been accused of corruption and has promoted the unfounded claim that he was removed from office due to his investigation into Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company on whose board Hunter Biden served. One of the other Nunes aides on that Europe trip, according to congressional records, was Scott Glabe, who at the time was the deputy staff director on the House Intelligence Committee. His tenure under Nunes overlapped with Patel’s, and he joined the White House a couple of weeks after Patel did. Nunes has denied ever meeting Shokin or visiting Vienna during his 2018 trip, but an attorney for Parnas told CNN that his client says otherwise and is willing to testify before Congress. In response to the reporting, Nunes filed a defamation lawsuit against CNN and threatened to sue the Daily Beast

Neither Patel, Ellis, Harvey, or Glabe responded to a request for comment about their connection to the current Ukraine scandal. Joseph Bondy, Parnas’ attorney, also did not respond to a request to elaborate on his client’s claims about Nunes’ entanglement in current matters involving Ukraine.

Nunes, for his part, has dismissed his involvement in the Trump-Ukraine debacle as a campaign to smear him by the “totally corrupt” news media. But—as with the Trump administration’s efforts to sandbag investigations into the Trump-Russia scandal—the fingerprints of Nunes and his current and former aides appear to be all over the Ukraine controversy. 

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2019/12/the-nunes-crew-is-neck-deep-in-the-ukraine-scandal/

 

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2 hours ago, Very Wide Right said:

LMAO. YAWN..Every good day for America is a bad day for the Democrat party.Isn't that sad?

How many smoking guns have we had today? Notice, the Ritz-Carlton stationary that Trump wrote on says to get Zelensky announce Biden investigation, not Burisma. That's one smoking gun that proves Trump was looking for dirt on Biden, as he's been impeached for.

2nd, the Guiliani letter announces himself as Trump's personal attorney and wants to meet with Zelensky on Trump's behalf. What does Private Citizen Trump need from the Ukrainian President?

3rd, then, there's this

 


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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1 minute ago, HipKat said:

How many smoking guns have we had today? Notice, the Ritz-Carlton stationary that Trump wrote on says to get Zelensky announce Biden investigation, not Burisma. That's one smoking gun that proves Trump was looking for dirt on Biden, as he's been impeached for.

2nd, the Guiliani letter announces himself as Trump's personal attorney and wants to meet with Zelensky on Trump's behalf. What does Private Citizen Trump need from the Ukrainian President?

3rd, then, there's this

You do know he was just indicted right? Another sleazeball coveted by the left because he HATES Trump. Laughable

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1 minute ago, Very Wide Right said:

You do know he was just indicted right? Another sleazeball coveted by the left because he HATES Trump. Laughable

Hates him?? He worked for him. Why would he hate him? The depths of the denial you Trump fucks live in pathetic. It's all coming out now, though. 


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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It's the best they can get right now.

"All of Drumpf's buddies colluded to investigate Biden's crimes! REEEEEE - That's the REAL scandal! Impeach!"

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Meanwhile, ask Pelosi and Schiff about Igor Pasternak... ::crickets::


Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

 

"But, man, you're never going to get any truth from us. We'll tell you anything you want to hear; we lie like hell... We'll tell you any shit you want to hear. We deal in *illusions*, man! None of it is true! But you people sit there, day after day, night after night, all ages, colors, creeds... We're all you know. You're beginning to believe the illusions we're spinning here."

 

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pres crime spree is surrounded by criminals. but he's innocent.  got it.

 

 

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Jesus Christ, a note wroten on Ritz letter head, boy that sure couldn't have been done at any time, by anyone, anywhere.  Absolutely inadmissible, unless there is actual, physical proof of who wrote it.  Something tells me thats not happening.  So this "bombshell" is a meeting request, a pissy fired ambassador, and people clawing to stay out of prison, magically producing eveidence, with zero chain of possession regulations imposed.  Yeah, nothing sounds slightly less than credible there.

 

I don't give a fuck if he gets kicked out of office or not, but find SOMETHING REAL before starting the inquiry and manage to actaully charge him with a real case in the Senate. This is all still a joke.  

My suspicion is Pelosi is in DEEP in Iran as are others in the Dem party.  Everything was fun and games until they heard Trump talk of investigating Iran, then all hell breaks loose.  Biden's Son works there, Pelosi's son works there, the massive cash drops by Obama, Clintons have major ties, it all wreaks of a "Look over here!  Look look!" Strategy.

Biden admitted to quid pro quo, nothing done.

Bidens son being paid on basis of being VPs son in fields he has no relevant experience in..

Pelosi's son represents himself as acting on behalf of the office of Nancy, in negotiations with foreign leaders, thats Treason, straight to prison is what should happen.. nothing

Obama drops Billions in cash without authorization, nothing.

 

Something is awful suspicious about trying to getnrid of the guy who wants to investigate it all.

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3 minutes ago, DC2007 said:

Jesus Christ, a note wroten on Ritz letter head, boy that sure couldn't have been done at any time, by anyone, anywhere.  Absolutely inadmissible, unless there is actual, physical proof of who wrote it.  Something tells me thats not happening.  So this "bombshell" is a meeting request, a pissy fired ambassador, and people clawing to stay out of prison, magically producing eveidence, with zero chain of possession regulations imposed.  Yeah, nothing sounds slightly less than credible there.

I don't give a fuck if he gets kicked out of office or not, but find SOMETHING REAL before starting the inquiry and manage to actaully charge him with a real case in the Senate. This is all still a joke.  

My suspicion is Pelosi is in DEEP in Iran as are others in the Dem party.  Everything was fun and games until they heard Trump talk of investigating Iran, then all hell breaks loose.  Biden's Son works there, Pelosi's son works there, the massive cash drops by Obama, Clintons have major ties, it all wreaks of a "Look over here!  Look look!" Strategy.

VERY interesting indeed.

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39 minutes ago, DC2007 said:

Jesus Christ, a note wroten on Ritz letter head, boy that sure couldn't have been done at any time, by anyone, anywhere.  Absolutely inadmissible, unless there is actual, physical proof of who wrote it.  Something tells me thats not happening.  So this "bombshell" is a meeting request, a pissy fired ambassador, and people clawing to stay out of prison, magically producing eveidence, with zero chain of possession regulations imposed.  Yeah, nothing sounds slightly less than credible there.

I don't give a fuck if he gets kicked out of office or not, but find SOMETHING REAL before starting the inquiry and manage to actaully charge him with a real case in the Senate. This is all still a joke.  

My suspicion is Pelosi is in DEEP in Iran as are others in the Dem party.  Everything was fun and games until they heard Trump talk of investigating Iran, then all hell breaks loose.  Biden's Son works there, Pelosi's son works there, the massive cash drops by Obama, Clintons have major ties, it all wreaks of a "Look over here!  Look look!" Strategy.

Biden admitted to quid pro quo, nothing done.

Bidens son being paid on basis of being VPs son in fields he has no relevant experience in..

Pelosi's son represents himself as acting on behalf of the office of Nancy, in negotiations with foreign leaders, thats Treason, straight to prison is what should happen.. nothing

Obama drops Billions in cash without authorization, nothing.

Something is awful suspicious about trying to getnrid of the guy who wants to investigate it all.

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Biden did NOT admit to a Quid Pro Quo. That's another bullshit Right-Wing rhetorical lie.

 

https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2019/oct/11/donald-trump/trump-ad-misleads-about-biden-ukraine-and-prosecut/

This whole thing stems from a an ad run byut the Trump Administration that has been completely debunked - like everything else the liar in chief says.

Biden did call for Ukraine to fire Shokin, but the ad fails to note that there were widespread calls for his ouster.

Biden assumed a lead role in U.S. diplomacy toward Ukraine after a popular revolution in early 2014 that led to pro-Russia President Viktor Yanukovych fleeing the country. Shokin became top prosecutor in 2015, after Yanukovych went into exile. A frustrated Biden in Dec. 2015 threatened to withhold $1 billion unless Shokin was fired, in hopes that a new prosecutor would do more to enforce the law. According to Biden, it worked. 

The Trump campaign ad includes a clip of Biden’s partial reports at a Jan. 23, 2018, event sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. Biden spoke about getting a commitment from then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and from then-Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

"I looked at them and said, ‘I’m leaving in six hours," Biden recounted. "If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money.’ Well, son of a b----. He got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time."

"Fact: the prosecutor said he was forced out for leading a corruption probe into Hunter Biden's company." 

There is evidence that many Western leaders and institutions, as well as Ukrainian anti-corruption activists, viewed Shokin as corrupt and ineffective for failing to prosecute anybody of significance, and for protecting members of Yanukovych’s and Poroshenko’s circles. 

When Shokin was fired in the spring of 2016, press reports explicitly linked his ouster to corruption. 

Steven Pifer, a career foreign service officer who held positions in the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, previously told PolitiFact that "virtually everyone" he knew in the U.S. government and virtually all non-governmental experts on Ukraine "felt that Shokin was not doing his job and should be fired." 

"All decent people were in favor of Shokin's sacking," Anders Åslund, a resident fellow at the Atlantic Council told PolitiFact. "Biden led a Western/anticorruption consensus."

 

Obama did NOT "drop billions in cash"

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/obama-bribed-iran-400-million-to-release-u-s-prisoners/

 

However, the $400 million dollar transfer was actually an openly announced one, paid in settlement of a nearly 40-year dispute between Iran and the United States — a settlement that likely saved the United States several billion dollars.

Back in late 1979, after Iranian revolutionaries took 52 Americans hostage at the US Embassy in Tehran, the United States severed diplomatic relations with Iran and froze Iranian assets in America. Among those frozen assets was a $400 million delivery of fighter jets from the U.S. that Iran’s previous government had already paid for.

Although the American hostages were finally released a year later, issues such as the frozen Iranian assets (including that $400 million) were not settled at that time. Instead, an international court based in the Hague, the Iran–United States Claims Tribunal was established to deal with such legal claims. The tribunal process dragged on for years and years without a ruling on the $400 million being issued, and finally, when arbitration process was apparently about to wind up (quite possibly not in American’s favor), the U.S. agreed to pay Iran back the $400 million principal along with $1.3 billion in interest. If the issue had gone to the tribunal for a decision, as was expected, the U.S. could have been on the hook for the full $10 billion in compensation Iran was seeking.

 

 

IOf you're going to talk shit, fine, but stop fucking lying. Tell the fucking truth - which of course means you have nothing to talk shit about

 

 

 

 

 

 


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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

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HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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45 minutes ago, HipKat said:

He.Submitted.Phone.Records.And.Text.Messages.To.Back.Up.His.Claims
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He.Submitted.Phone.Records.And.Text.Messages.To.Back.Up.His.Claims
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He.Submitted.Phone.Records.And.Text.Messages.To.Back.Up.His.Claims
He.Submitted.Phone.Records.And.Text.Messages.To.Back.Up.His.Claims

Biden did NOT admit to a Quid Pro Quo. That's another bullshit Right-Wing rhetorical lie.

https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2019/oct/11/donald-trump/trump-ad-misleads-about-biden-ukraine-and-prosecut/

This whole thing stems from a an ad run byut the Trump Administration that has been completely debunked - like everything else the liar in chief says.

Biden did call for Ukraine to fire Shokin, but the ad fails to note that there were widespread calls for his ouster.

Biden assumed a lead role in U.S. diplomacy toward Ukraine after a popular revolution in early 2014 that led to pro-Russia President Viktor Yanukovych fleeing the country. Shokin became top prosecutor in 2015, after Yanukovych went into exile. A frustrated Biden in Dec. 2015 threatened to withhold $1 billion unless Shokin was fired, in hopes that a new prosecutor would do more to enforce the law. According to Biden, it worked. 

The Trump campaign ad includes a clip of Biden’s partial reports at a Jan. 23, 2018, event sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. Biden spoke about getting a commitment from then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and from then-Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

"I looked at them and said, ‘I’m leaving in six hours," Biden recounted. "If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money.’ Well, son of a b----. He got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time."

"Fact: the prosecutor said he was forced out for leading a corruption probe into Hunter Biden's company." 

There is evidence that many Western leaders and institutions, as well as Ukrainian anti-corruption activists, viewed Shokin as corrupt and ineffective for failing to prosecute anybody of significance, and for protecting members of Yanukovych’s and Poroshenko’s circles. 

When Shokin was fired in the spring of 2016, press reports explicitly linked his ouster to corruption. 

Steven Pifer, a career foreign service officer who held positions in the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, previously told PolitiFact that "virtually everyone" he knew in the U.S. government and virtually all non-governmental experts on Ukraine "felt that Shokin was not doing his job and should be fired." 

"All decent people were in favor of Shokin's sacking," Anders Åslund, a resident fellow at the Atlantic Council told PolitiFact. "Biden led a Western/anticorruption consensus."

Obama did NOT "drop billions in cash"

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/obama-bribed-iran-400-million-to-release-u-s-prisoners/

However, the $400 million dollar transfer was actually an openly announced one, paid in settlement of a nearly 40-year dispute between Iran and the United States — a settlement that likely saved the United States several billion dollars.

Back in late 1979, after Iranian revolutionaries took 52 Americans hostage at the US Embassy in Tehran, the United States severed diplomatic relations with Iran and froze Iranian assets in America. Among those frozen assets was a $400 million delivery of fighter jets from the U.S. that Iran’s previous government had already paid for.

Although the American hostages were finally released a year later, issues such as the frozen Iranian assets (including that $400 million) were not settled at that time. Instead, an international court based in the Hague, the Iran–United States Claims Tribunal was established to deal with such legal claims. The tribunal process dragged on for years and years without a ruling on the $400 million being issued, and finally, when arbitration process was apparently about to wind up (quite possibly not in American’s favor), the U.S. agreed to pay Iran back the $400 million principal along with $1.3 billion in interest. If the issue had gone to the tribunal for a decision, as was expected, the U.S. could have been on the hook for the full $10 billion in compensation Iran was seeking.

IOf you're going to talk shit, fine, but stop fucking lying. Tell the fucking truth - which of course means you have nothing to talk shit about

Stunning!  LOL

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4 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Stunning!  LOL

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Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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2 hours ago, HipKat said:

He.Submitted.Phone.Records.And.Text.Messages.To.Back.Up.His.Claims
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He.Submitted.Phone.Records.And.Text.Messages.To.Back.Up.His.Claims
He.Submitted.Phone.Records.And.Text.Messages.To.Back.Up.His.Claims

Biden did NOT admit to a Quid Pro Quo. That's another bullshit Right-Wing rhetorical lie.

https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2019/oct/11/donald-trump/trump-ad-misleads-about-biden-ukraine-and-prosecut/

This whole thing stems from a an ad run byut the Trump Administration that has been completely debunked - like everything else the liar in chief says.

Biden did call for Ukraine to fire Shokin, but the ad fails to note that there were widespread calls for his ouster.

Biden assumed a lead role in U.S. diplomacy toward Ukraine after a popular revolution in early 2014 that led to pro-Russia President Viktor Yanukovych fleeing the country. Shokin became top prosecutor in 2015, after Yanukovych went into exile. A frustrated Biden in Dec. 2015 threatened to withhold $1 billion unless Shokin was fired, in hopes that a new prosecutor would do more to enforce the law. According to Biden, it worked. 

The Trump campaign ad includes a clip of Biden’s partial reports at a Jan. 23, 2018, event sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. Biden spoke about getting a commitment from then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and from then-Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

"I looked at them and said, ‘I’m leaving in six hours," Biden recounted. "If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money.’ Well, son of a b----. He got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time."

"Fact: the prosecutor said he was forced out for leading a corruption probe into Hunter Biden's company." 

There is evidence that many Western leaders and institutions, as well as Ukrainian anti-corruption activists, viewed Shokin as corrupt and ineffective for failing to prosecute anybody of significance, and for protecting members of Yanukovych’s and Poroshenko’s circles. 

When Shokin was fired in the spring of 2016, press reports explicitly linked his ouster to corruption. 

Steven Pifer, a career foreign service officer who held positions in the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, previously told PolitiFact that "virtually everyone" he knew in the U.S. government and virtually all non-governmental experts on Ukraine "felt that Shokin was not doing his job and should be fired." 

"All decent people were in favor of Shokin's sacking," Anders Åslund, a resident fellow at the Atlantic Council told PolitiFact. "Biden led a Western/anticorruption consensus."

Obama did NOT "drop billions in cash"

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/obama-bribed-iran-400-million-to-release-u-s-prisoners/

However, the $400 million dollar transfer was actually an openly announced one, paid in settlement of a nearly 40-year dispute between Iran and the United States — a settlement that likely saved the United States several billion dollars.

Back in late 1979, after Iranian revolutionaries took 52 Americans hostage at the US Embassy in Tehran, the United States severed diplomatic relations with Iran and froze Iranian assets in America. Among those frozen assets was a $400 million delivery of fighter jets from the U.S. that Iran’s previous government had already paid for.

Although the American hostages were finally released a year later, issues such as the frozen Iranian assets (including that $400 million) were not settled at that time. Instead, an international court based in the Hague, the Iran–United States Claims Tribunal was established to deal with such legal claims. The tribunal process dragged on for years and years without a ruling on the $400 million being issued, and finally, when arbitration process was apparently about to wind up (quite possibly not in American’s favor), the U.S. agreed to pay Iran back the $400 million principal along with $1.3 billion in interest. If the issue had gone to the tribunal for a decision, as was expected, the U.S. could have been on the hook for the full $10 billion in compensation Iran was seeking.

IOf you're going to talk shit, fine, but stop fucking lying. Tell the fucking truth - which of course means you have nothing to talk shit about

Ok, if the truth doesn't matter thats fine.

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28 minutes ago, DC2007 said:

Ok, if the truth doesn't matter thats fine.

The truth does not matter one bit to the left.  To them, the end justifies the means.  They're douchebags.

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1 hour ago, DC2007 said:

Ok, if the truth doesn't matter thats fine.

I just gave you the truth. Thanks for admitting that you're just trolling


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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53 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

The truth does not matter one bit to the left.  To them, the end justifies the means.  They're douchebags.

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“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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7 hours ago, DC2007 said:

Jesus Christ, a note wroten on Ritz letter head, boy that sure couldn't have been done at any time, by anyone, anywhere.  Absolutely inadmissible, unless there is actual, physical proof of who wrote it.  Something tells me thats not happening.  So this "bombshell" is a meeting request, a pissy fired ambassador, and people clawing to stay out of prison, magically producing eveidence, with zero chain of possession regulations imposed.  Yeah, nothing sounds slightly less than credible there.

At this point they're just fabricating any evidence they can find to prolong this no matter how trivial. In a normal court of law the prosecution cannot produce new evidence once the trial has begun which it has since the impeachment vote occurred a couple of weeks ago. They were supposed to have their entire case, witnesses and all, during the House process and are now just throwing any shit they can to sway the American public which isn't working. It's the Senate's turn now and they aren't obligated to make any concessions to the House since the House never gave a fair hearing on it. Had they allowed public questioning and the ability for the Republicans to produce their own witnesses things might have been different but they chose not to, very unwisely.

The laughable thing is how people are buying this whole narrative that the Executive equivalent of jaywalking is some kind of high crime.


Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

 

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41 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

At this point they're just fabricating any evidence they can find to prolong this no matter how trivial. In a normal court of law the prosecution cannot produce new evidence once the trial has begun which it has since the impeachment vote occurred a couple of weeks ago. They were supposed to have their entire case, witnesses and all, during the House process and are now just throwing any shit they can to sway the American public which isn't working. It's the Senate's turn now and they aren't obligated to make any concessions to the House since the House never gave a fair hearing on it. Had they allowed public questioning and the ability for the Republicans to produce their own witnesses things might have been different but they chose not to, very unwisely.

The laughable thing is how people are buying this whole narrative that the Executive equivalent of jaywalking is some kind of high crime.

Correct on the jaywalking.  These fucks will try anything.  Pathetic.

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58 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

At this point they're just fabricating any evidence they can find to prolong this no matter how trivial. In a normal court of law the prosecution cannot produce new evidence once the trial has begun which it has since the impeachment vote occurred a couple of weeks ago. They were supposed to have their entire case, witnesses and all, during the House process and are now just throwing any shit they can to sway the American public which isn't working. It's the Senate's turn now and they aren't obligated to make any concessions to the House since the House never gave a fair hearing on it. Had they allowed public questioning and the ability for the Republicans to produce their own witnesses things might have been different but they chose not to, very unwisely.

The laughable thing is how people are buying this whole narrative that the Executive equivalent of jaywalking is some kind of high crime.

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“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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