Laundry Disruptor – Rudy Giuliani Sends Letter to Senator Graham Outlining Ambassador Bill Taylor Efforts to Block Witnesses…

It was evident several weeks ago that U.S. chargé d’affaires to Ukraine, Bill Taylor, is one of the current participants in the coup effort.  It was Taylor who engaged in carefully planned text messages with EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland to set-up a narrative helpful to Adam Schiff’s political coup effort.

George Kent (left) – Bill Taylor (right), bagmen for the Foreign Service Office.

Bill Taylor was formerly U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine (’06-’09) and later helped the Obama administration to design the laundry operation providing taxpayer financing to Ukraine in exchange for back-channel payments to U.S. politicians and their families.

Today Rudy Giuliani has released a letter to Senator Lindsey Graham outlining how Bill Taylor has blocked VISA’s for Ukrainian ‘whistle-blowers’ who are willing to testify to the corrupt financial scheme.   Unfortunately, Senator Graham, along with dozens of U.S. Senators currently serving, may very well have been a recipient for money through the aforementioned laundry process.  So, good luck with the visas.

U.S. senators write foreign aid policy, rules and regulations thereby creating the financing mechanisms to transmit U.S. funds.  Those same senators then received a portion of the laundered funds back through their various “institutes” and business connections to the foreign government offices; in this example Ukraine. [ex. Burisma to Biden]

The U.S. State Dept. serves as a distribution network for the authorization of the money laundering by granting conflict waivers, approvals for financing (think Clinton Global Initiative), and permission slips for the payment of foreign money.   The officials within the State Dept. take a cut of the overall payments through a system of “indulgence fees”, junkets, gifts and expense payments to those with political oversight.

If anyone gets too close to revealing the process, writ large, they become a target of the entire apparatus.  President Trump was considered an existential threat to this entire process.  Hence our current political status with the ongoing coup. The letter:

It will be interesting to see how this plays out, because, well, in reality all of the U.S. Senators (both parties) on the Foreign Relations Committee [Members Here] are participating in the process for receiving taxpayer money and contributions from foreign governments.

A “Codel” is a congressional delegation that takes trips to work out the payments terms/conditions of any changes in graft financing.  This is why Senators spend $20 million on a campaign to earn a job paying $350k/year.  The “institutes” is where the real foreign money comes in; billions paid by governments like China, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Ukraine, etc. etc.  There are trillions at stake.

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell holds the power over these members (and the members of the Senate Intel Committee), because McConnell decides who sits on what committee.  As soon as a Senator starts taking the bribes lobbying funds, McConnell then has full control over that Senator.  This is how the system works.

The McCain Institute is one of the obvious examples of the financing network.  And that is the primary reason why Cindy McCain is such an outspoken critic of President Trump.  In essence President Trump is standing between her and her next diamond necklace; a dangerous place to be.

So when we think about a Senate Impeachment Trial; and we consider which senators will vote to impeach President Trump, it’s not just a matter of Democrats -vs- Republican.  We need to look at the game of leverage, and the stand-off between those bribed Senators who would prefer President Trump did not interfere in their process.

McConnell has been advising President Trump which Senators are most likely to need their sensibilities eased.   As an example President Trump met with Lisa Murkowski last week.  Senator Murkowski rakes in millions from the Oil and Gas industry; and she ain’t about to allow horrible Trump to lessen her bank account any more than Cindy McCain will give up her frequent shopper discounts at Tiffanys.

WASHINGTON DCSen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) is getting a high-profile perch as he joins the Senate during his latest clash with President Trump.

Romney was named on Thursday to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, giving him an opening to wade into several looming foreign policy battles between Congress and the White House.  (link)

Now do you see how McConnell works?

Oh yeah, about those recess appointments…. Once you see the strings on the Marionettes you can never go back to a time when you did not see them.


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263 Responses to Laundry Disruptor – Rudy Giuliani Sends Letter to Senator Graham Outlining Ambassador Bill Taylor Efforts to Block Witnesses…

  1. I guess this is what I would call a quid pro quo. Funny this is the very thing they would accuse President Trump of.

    I think this explains all the eagerness to overthrow various governments in many countries and have the State Dept and CIA install their leaders of choice to insure the money flows freely into their pockets. The American taxpayer has been raped by these crooks for a very long time.

    It’s about time people learn how it works. Thank you Sundance , this may be your most important article so far!!

    Liked by 29 people

    • Blind- Agree with you, but Sundance writes so many brilliant articles on a daily basis, it’s really hard to pick the ones that are most important!

      I have gotten so spoiled since I discovered the Tree House, having the incomparable Sundance as my main source of news and information. In fact, as far as I’m concerned, SD sets the standard for the rest of the media in many ways.

      The video was PRICELESS. And look who’s there all smug and happy, Miss Know it All Yovanobitch. Talk about The Club! These people have gotten themselves elected to one of the most powerful and elite organizations on the planet. After they’ve been a member for awhile, I’m sure it’s almost impossible to give it up. Just look at the money, the perks and the sheer power these creeps wield.

      I can’t even imagine how much they hate our President Trump and we Deplorables. We have to make it clear to those who are not yet enlightened- there is NOTHING that the Club Members won’t do to keep their money and their Power.

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      • Amen Seneca! The look on Lindsey’s face is priceless… his eyes are darting around, no smile on his face and he just looks guilty as hell…almost like he was praying nobody would ever see that revealing little ceremony. Yovanobitch coordinating it all.

        Liked by 9 people

        • Newhere says:

          Reminds me of how he looked at GHW Bush’s funeral, after his warm hug with Huma Abedin.

          Liked by 4 people

        • flyboy46 says:

          I hate to argue with you, but I come to a different conclusion on Lindsey Grahams body language. I say he is UNCOMFORTABLE there BECAUSE he ISN”T part of the group. My eyes tell me HE is checking names and making a mental list of WHO is there, for later usage, like maybe NOW?

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    • McConnell has his dirty little hands in China getting kickbacks via or for his Chinese FIL. Maybe its time for his exposure. Graham hasn’t done a damn thing all year, definitely nothing of what he promised. Since he was McCain’s stepson, he freaked over Syria afraid we would find out his involvement in the arms sales to terrorists McCain & stepson made.
      I now MUST question what Graham got out of Ukraine. Biden wasn’t alone. Pelosi, Romney, Kerry hillary, oboma all made monies off the crooked system oboma created.Graham is too anxious to know what we know (ie, do we know he’s involved?) rather than getting at the truth of the matter.
      I hope against all hope that peeps are wrong about Barr. As Trump already knew what Barr is learning, he will be hard pressed to walk away if he is the kind of man he says he is. One plus for the good guys (that would be the Deplorables)is Durham isn’t controlled and he hates Mueller for what he did in whitey Bulger case. It is Durham who went to judge to get the men released and fought mueller to do it. Why mueller was not immediately disbarred and thrown in the clinker for at least the same 25 yrs he put 4 innocent men escapes all logic. The fact he didn’t miss a beat and kept his job, tells you how corrupt this govt really is. We should stop feeding it and let it choke itself to death.

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    • Thinker says:

      I hope Trump has a “kill switch” with a full video in case he gets “taken out” by the deep state. He is on the verge of exposing corruption on a lot of powerful people, costing them millions and a career. In one of Tom Clancy’s book, terrorists use shoulder-fire missiles to take down civilian jets. I could imagine a scenario whereby members of the Deep State get some of these weapons and take down Marine one after it leaves the White House or Joint Base Andrews one night. With Trump making some people in the military mad I can see how they get their hands on some of these weapons. If Hillary and Obama got them for shipment into Libya, I am sure it is possible.

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  2. mugdiller says:

    The best we can hope for out of this is that the public is made aware of what a corrupt and useless body the Senate has become.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Not just the Senate- how about the rest of Congress and probably 98% of the upper echelon elites.

      Liked by 8 people

      • vikingmom says:

        AND the media!! How much have the people at the top been “enriched” by reporting, or NOT reporting, the stories that their friends and family members in government have passed on to them? And the eager littler “reporterettes”, all caught up in the fervor of furthering the progressive movement and desperately hoping for that nod from the big bosses that they have “earned” a spot at the big kid’s table because of their “loyalty” to the team. The ABC “babe” Amy Rorbach was clearly NOT upset that a known child molester was still roaming freely but she sure was PO’ed that SHE didn’t get to run with her big scoop!!

        Liked by 8 people

    • jebg46 says:

      How about the absolute uselessness of the state department too. Think of all the foreign aid sent out and all the bureaucrats’ kickbacks besides what the politicians get. It boggles the mind. Trillions of $$$.

      Liked by 3 people

    • William Wortman says:

      I have long said that the best way to regain our Liberty is for a COS and repeal of the 17th amendment.
      That amendment has done more damage to our Republic than anything else.


  3. David mitchell says:

    Best paragraph I’ve ever read:

    The McCain Institute is one of the obvious examples of the financing network. And that is the primary reason why Cindy McCain is such an outspoken critic of President Trump. In essence President Trump is standing between her and her next diamond necklace; a dangerous place to be

    Liked by 25 people

  4. Tim Cunningham says:

    Question: Why didn’t Rudy either write this letter to Secretary Pompeo or cc him?

    Liked by 3 people

    • ezgoer says:

      The DOJ is controlled by the corrupt politicians. Rudy is dumbfounded that AG Barr is not interested in his evidence of play-for-play. Of course not. Who do you think controls Barr and the DOJ? The same corrupt Senators. Nobody is going to prosecute any of this.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Victor Barnes says:

        Rudy is dumbfounded because he’s only ever prosecuted NY mobsters with no real connection to our Washington mobsters. Let’s be honest here. No one in Washington gave a damn about the NY mob. What we have now is different. Rudy is going after the Washington mob. The lawmakers! Asking Barr to look into this is like asking a mob hitman to kill his own mob family. Even if it’s not his family, it’s too dangerous. The one saving grace is we have Trump in the White House.

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    • ezgoer says:

      The DOJ is controlled by the corrupt politicians. Rudy is dumbfounded that AG Barr is not interested in his evidence of play-for-play. Of course not. Who do you think controls Barr and the DOJ? The same corrupt Senators. Nobody is going to prosecute any of this.

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      • Dutchman says:

        For some reason, not supposed to say “I TOLD you so, but,..what the heck..

        Recently saw a headline about “The dangers of the Imperial Presidency”,…yes they are STILL pushing that old lie.

        CONGRESS is controlled by 4 people;
        Majority and Minority leaders of both Houses. If those 4, who are elected from ‘safe’districts, and so in fkor as long as they want, work together, they have,ENORMOUS power.

        THEY detirmine what legislation gets written and passed, and can insure there are enough must pass aspects that any POTUS would be loath to Veto.

        And, they can insure enough loopholes, to please their donor constituency.

        CONGRESS controls the budget, detirmining how much money each agency of the Administration gets.

        CONGRESS controls WHO the POTUS can appoint, not just at the cabinet level, but at the sub, and even sub-sub cabinet level. If McConnell doesn’t approve, confirmation goes NO WHERE, just ask Ratcliff. AND, despite the illusion of ‘squishy’Repubs, it only takes,ONE Senator to vote to recess, and NONE have, thereby blocking recess appointments.

        CONGRESS controls the Judiciary, again thru confirmations, and with the threat of impeachment.

        CONGRESS created the administrative State, and it works for CONGRESS.

        Someone recently commented that Joe Biden was “power hungry”. I and several others disputed that, but if you want to see what REAL power looks like, look no further than Mitch McConnell.

        NO ONE in D.C. or the Big Club wants to cross McConnell. He doesn’t boast, bluster or bullshirt like Biden, but he can DESTROY you, seemingly without lifting a finger.

        And, when McConnell, Pelosi, Schumer and McCarthy are all on the same page, they control virtually all aspects of our,Government.

        Think the IC is to big and powerful? The IC gets its funding, and marching orders from CONGRESS, thru the,SSCI and G of 8.

        Military? Funding from Congress, including big hairy weopons systems, which are full of kickbacks. And, which CONGRESS, in its oversight role, can choose to investigate, OR NOT INVESTIGATE, at the discretion of,….

        And, as Sundance has layed out here, Foreign aid, including MILITARY aid, is them funneling trillions of $ to foreign countries corrupt governments, in exchange for a cut.

        It attacking PDJT, as a preemptive defence, they are exposing themselves, and as we have seen so often with the Trump effect, his enemies are placing the nooses around their own necks.

        Amazing to watch, really. And gratifying, as more and more people, in red pilling, are realising “OMG, HIS enemies are MY enemies! They want to utterly destroy HIM, as a prelude to utterly destroying ME!

        And once such a bond is made, between a leader and his followers, it can NOT be easily broken.

        WE are NOT 65 Million strong, we are,FAR more. One of the reasons they don’t want him to run in 2020, is not just that he will win, its that WE will realise just how,strong we really are, how MANY of us their are, and how few of THEM their are.

        CONGRESS is the center of the fetid sewer of corruption that is,D.C.

        IT was ALWAYS going to end up there, it HAS to end up there; the State Dept, the DOJ/FBI and I.C.? Just following orders.
        CONGRESS is where the orders emanate, where the coup originated.

        Get an EXCUSE that McConnell can use, to justify instructing REPUBLICON Senators to vote to Impeach; THAT was the assignment.

        DEMS don’t NEED an excuse.

        Liked by 16 people

        • Beautiful. Ditto. I would only add, unnecessarily perhaps, that this is why they don’t listen when you complain to them, even if you do it publically and face-to-face, much less when you “write your Congressman”. It’s not a bug, it’s a key feature of the system…their system, not the Constitution’s.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Deb says:

            However, we still need to complain. Enough of us complain, and it gets in the way of the narrative they need to create. They still have to pretend to be listening to voters, and if their staffers are aware of how many angry voters are calling and writing, it breaks down the facade.

            Liked by 3 people

          • Dutchman says:

            NOT unnecessarily, at all. We still see commenters posting, and hear people saying “Call or write your Congressman”, and I fully agree they have so thoroughly gamed the system, that they really don’t CARE what we think.

            The system, as established by our Founders, consisted of “checks and ballances” on unbridled power, with WE, the people being the ultimate ‘check’.

            They have systematically circumvented, bipassed or negated ALL the established checks, (or ALMOST all), including us.
            Those few checks left, they have been TRYING to eliminate, like 2A, and they keep chipping, keep trying. Fast/Furious didn’t work? Theyll try red letter. If that doesn’t work, they’ll try something ELSE.


        • SJM says:

          $21 Trillion in Missing Money Could Trigger Meltdown – Dr. Mark Skidmore
          By Greg Hunter On November 24, 2019

          About two years ago, Michigan State Economics Professor Mark Skidmore revealed there was $21 trillion in what he calls “missing money” from the Department of Defense (DOD) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This was a stunning revelation and the biggest auditing discovery in the history of accounting. Dr. Skidmore, who is an expert in public finance, along with a team of academics, used publicly available government accounting reports and revealed their results in late 2017. …MORE:


    • Dee says:

      Trump and Rudy are showing us all who are corrupt… it’s Lindsey’s turn… Boom!

      Liked by 2 people

      • WDS says:

        Expect lots of blustery rhetoric from Graham 2.Zero up to the day he’s re-elected then it’ll be back to being just another swamp denizen “promising” he’s really, really going to look into _________ (insert any DC problem) this time. He’ll probably cut back his Sunday talk show and Tick Tock Hannity appearances 75% as well.


    • Redzone says:

      Best guess why the letter went to Ms. Lindsay only is because she will be chairing the Senate Impeachment trial. This puts some added pressure to do the right thing. By copying Pompeo, which makes sense, Madam Lindsay can deflect and defer the issues to Pompeo a little easier than if Pompeo was not copied


    • Mary Morse says:

      Or the DOJ.
      Veselnitskya got her paroled visa thru a DOJ request to homeland security.


  5. Gort says:

    Repeal The Seventeenth Amendment.

    Liked by 5 people

    • 1togetready says:

      Have you looked at the state level government? They are corruption training centers for D.C.! The voters a least try in spite of rigged elections and lousy choices on the ballot.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Gort says:

        Agreed, but the founding fathers understood that would be the case. The purpose of having State legislatures elect Senators was to create a check on Federal power so that these inherently corrupt interests would hold each other in balance. That balance was lost during the Twentieth Century with the rise of Federalism, and the weakening of State power.

        We are currently experiencing the consequences of that imbalance with a super-corrupt federal government that also intrudes into and sometimes tries to eliminate personal liberties, like the First and Second Amendments.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Sharon says:

        “Have you looked at the state level government?”

        Excellent point. Minnesota has a Muslim as State Attorney General which makes all the imported Moslems very happy, feeling very content and significant, not giving a rip about the United States Constitution or the Declaration of Independence. They are vested in Moslem interests, not American interests.

        Many of the Secretaries of State at the state level are vulnerable points of rot as well, with agendas that will destroy our Republic.

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  6. nimrodman says:

    Top of page 2 of the letter:

    Giuliani is breaking the story that Ukraine was trying to get information to President Trump about Democrat corruption in Ukraine but were stymied by US diplomats at the US embassy there, who refused to issue visas. And likely also declined to pass along information counter to Dem interests up the chain of the US State Department.

    Sundance broke this story to us back in September. I’ve been waiting and complaining that the story received to wider traction in the press.

    Now it will. Rudy’s broken the story in this letter that’ll at least get visibility and discussion among GOPers. Hopefully, Trump supporters will pick the story up and start making noise about it.

    Sundance’s Sept 21 story:

    Despite Warnings Media Steps on a Rake With “Whistleblower” Story – Ukraine Government Initiated Contact – Giuliani Engagement Was Requested by State Dept. Officials…

    The government of Ukraine under both Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, and now President Volodymyr Zelensky, had been trying to deliver information about Obama officials and Democrat party officials (DNC on behalf of Hillary Clinton) requesting the government of Ukraine to interfere in the 2016 election.

    Both Poroshenko and Zelensky administrations had tried, unsuccessfully, to get information to current U.S. officials. U.S. State Department officials in Ukraine were refusing to give visa’s to Ukrainian emissaries because they did not want the damaging information sent to the President Trump administration.

    Failing to get help from the U.S. State Department, the Ukranians tried a workaround, and hired a respected U.S. lawyer to hand deliver the documentary evidence directly to the U.S. Department of Justice. The contracted American lawyer hand-delivered the information to the U.S. Department of Justice in New York.

    However, after delivering the information and not hearing back from the U.S. government… the Zelensky administration made a personal request to the U.S. State Department for assistance.

    The U.S. State Department then reached out to Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani; and asked him if he would meet with Zelensky’s top lawyer, Andrei Yermak.

    Liked by 13 people

    • nimrodman says:

      typo – “complaining that the story received No wider traction in the press


    • Bum for me this is why Sundance’s research and writing on this is so important. We all knew the members of Congress go into office with small bank accounts but come out wealthy as hell… nobody ever really explained how they did it before.
      Know we know how!

      The internet and people like Sundance have changed it all. Gives new meaning to trillions are at stake.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Nim not bum… damnit auto correct


      • Doug Amos says:

        Don’t forget the Obamas, including the mother-in-law. All on our ass, every single penny of it!

        Liked by 3 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Rrad Sundances EXCELLENT articles on Benghazi. He lays it all out, WHY Congress couldn’t find wrongdoing; because THEY were complicit.

        And, the same “investigate to exonerate” with Gowdy at the helm, was like a fingerprint; you ‘see’it, in fast/furious, Lerner/IRS, etc.

        We all KNEW something stunk, that REPUBLICONS in Congress, kept exonerating Obama admin for obvious scandals, READ the Sundance articles on Benghazi, and MAKE THE CONNECTION.
        Republicons in Congress HAD to exonerate, cause they were involved.

        Running guns to mexican cartels, so mexico will appeal to Obama, and he will issue executive orders violating 2A.

        Republicons were complicit. Remember that when you see Mitch holding up a Kentucky rifle, and vowing to protect our right to bear arms.

        Using the IRS, to target the Tea Party, that was very public that their goal was to target REPUBLICON leaders in Congress, for primarying.

        Well, OF COARSE Republicon leadership was involved! And, couldn’t POSSIBLY find actual wrongdoing.

        Screw the Dems, our REAL enemy is,Republicons,…THEY are the stealth half of the Uniparty, and until THEY are destroyed, our,Republic remains in peril.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Sharon says:

          “Rrad Sundances EXCELLENT articles on Benghazi.”

          Yes – here’s the list of over 400 posts::


          • Dutchman says:

            Thank you. He lays it ALL out, how REPUBLICANS, through SSCI and G of 8, were all in and totally involved in Benghazi.

            And how, because of that, they HAD to exonerate thru investigate, using Gowdy.

            It is MY assertion, that we see exactly the same investigate/exonerate, on all the other “Obama admin scandals”, for exactly the same reason; Republicons were complicit, ‘all in’ on Lerner/IRS, …AND on Fast/Furious.

            Its the only logical explanation.


    • BitterC says:

      I think someone asked Yovanovich about those visas during Schiff’s Snooze Fest, but since I don’t remember his answer, I think she deflected.

      Liked by 1 person

      • nimrodman says:

        Thanks for that, Bitter
        No way I’d have known, I missed her hearing

        It also sounds like that’s one reason the Dems are raising holy hell about Rudy lately, it the past 2 weeks they’ve been screaming and smearing him

        I think he was over there trying to shake some of that loose and badger US embassy folks for visas for some of those folks.

        I think that’s basically, what Rudy was asked to do by Dept of State after (long after) Ukraine requested it


  7. DeWalt says:

    Think about your life and all the Federal Income, Excise, Capitol Gains, Social Security, and Fuel Taxes you and your family have paid out when you were just scrapping by or starting up a new business and were cash strapped. Now think about every dime of that being embezzled by these scum bags.
    If you have ever been in the unfortunate position of having to apply for Social Security Disability and how they nearly bankrupt you while begging for pennies on the dollar paid in. These sleaze bags will hold a special place in your heart. Words cannot describe the anger.
    Think how destroyed every ones health care so they could grift some more of your families little nest egg.

    Liked by 20 people

    • Zorro says:

      Just think about how much less gubmint could get by on and how much more could be in the taxpayers pockets without all the fraud and corruption. One might have the funds for that home improvement that would also employ other Americans and boost the economy. The corrupt Uniparty is why you can’t have nice things.

      Liked by 6 people

    • American Heritage says:

      Then there was the collapse of real estate in 2008, caused by the “housing bubble” the Obama regime created by forcing banks to give housing loans to unqualified buyers. Between 401Ks tanking in the stock market and loss of home values, the middle class got crushed under the weight of that Lefty maneuver.

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  8. Hans says:

    Looks like all the pieces are in place. The democrats have put Rudy on the front page. Rudy’s open letter to Senator Graham is a fully explaining to the American public that many Senators are compromised. Mc Connell is in a box… he either goes allong to drain the swamp or he is Toast.

    Martial law might be necessary to maintain order while the corrupt government officials are led away. The NYT article is casting doubt on Military support for President Trump. The publication of the article subject is so dumb that one has to think why the deep state had it published. There is a reason publishing it ….we just don’t have all the facts right now.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. DeWalt says:

    Sure explains so many bailing out the last Three Years.

    Liked by 6 people

  10. littlebird160 says:

    The most effective means of dealing with the swamp and bringing the rogue agencies to heel would be a tax revolt by the middle class. Declare “EXEMPT” from withholding on the W4. Small businesses could stop collecting the payroll tax. Civil disobedience at its best. You cannot win in a direct confrontation with the USG. Best way is to starve them of their life blood. Yes, you will technically become an outlaw. I prefer the term patriot.

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  11. Ned Zeppelin says:

    Rudy’s letter is brutal in its honesty. Riveting.

    Liked by 7 people

  12. EggsX1 says:

    The deep state reveals that countries who accept foreign aid will not be allowed to clean up their corruption. Does foreign aid create more corruption? It certainly seems so.

    How many more corrupt activities will be revealed by the ‘get bad orange man!’ efforts?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Bob says:

      Sadly half of our nation are oblivious to the corruption by both parties and how they got rich selling the serfs out. The same half doesn’t get the big picture why there are efforts to oust Trump. He is a threat to their criminal enterprise.

      Liked by 1 person

  13. Mr e-man says:

    Wow. Follow the money has huge implications. Trillions of monetary value WORLDWIDE. Tap in to get your measly million. And US wealth was probably the biggest contributor.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. joeknuckles says:

    This begs the question: Are we the most corrupt nation on Earth now? Rather, were we under Obama?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Deb says:

      We were the most corrupt nation in the history of the world in terms of the amount of money being grafted.

      I’d say other institutions and governments are more corrupt overall, but lack our spending power and military might.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. jus wundrin says:

    Career politicians are corrupt politicians, and the apathetic and ignorant serfs need to know that.

    Rudys sunlight will hopefully change that.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Justin Green says:

    So is there a good non-biased account of why Giuliani’s contacts were arrested? Parnas, if I spelled that correctly? On this, I’m lost, and now they’re accusing Nunes of meeting with them… I’m a bit fuzzy on these developments.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hans says:

      Supposedly illegal campaign contributions…once again the deep state quick action performed by the souther distinct of New York …. their mission to stop foreigners from interfering in our elections… now that’s a laugh considering Hillary, the DNC, Chalupa and the Steele dossiers.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Aeyrie says:

      Justin, after going through browser page after page of biased B.S. from the usual MSM suspects I found this October article from Daily Caller. They are usually pretty even handed. It may help you fill in some of the blanks up to that point.

      No time now to look for something more recent for you. As for Nunes, the Dems have painted a target on his back because of how effective he has been in thwarting them. They will do ANYTHING to take him down in similar fashion to their attempts on our POTUS. Another nothing-burger. Hope this helps. 🙂 You’re on your own now…


  17. Skidroe says:

    Young in my career I always said, “wish I could keep all my taxes and the government could have what I saved”. Hell! The alternative minimum tax killed me.


  18. cyberfoy says:

    I can’t get frustrated over this. So many people were held over by Trump or hired by Trump. I just wish him success despite his many self inflicted wounds. I would prefer he call out McConnell directly and take it to the voters, but what do I know. Maybe he’s waiting to do that in his second term, but while Trump is making tremendous progress on the economy and trade, but McConnell is just waiting for an opportunity to take the President out. I don’t know Trump deals with this.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Aeyrie says:

      I don’t know how POTUS does it either, Cyberfoy! He’s a chess player and a very successful businessman. He probably looks at all this as one big, real life chess game with human chess pieces. The challenge envigorates a person like that. I just have to look on and say, “Wow.”


  19. The Boss says:

    After re-reading Rudy’s letter, I can only imagine what other “little tidbits” we’ll learn during an open Senate impeachment trial. Yeah…bring on the trial Mitch. You won’t have 100 votes cast when it’s over. Count on it.

    Liked by 5 people

  20. California Joe says:

    Shouldn’t Lindsey Graham have sent the letter to Secretary of State Pompeo?????


  21. bofh says:

    You know, since PDJT got involved with the USN-v-Gallagher mess, it makes me wonder if he wouldn’t enjoy a little tilt with State, by using his executive authority to order the embassy to issue visa’s for the Ukies. Fire/demote/transfer-out/rubber-room/whatever anyone that refuses, then promote their subordinate, and loop through it again until someone issues the visas. I’m sure there’s someone down among the junior staff that would do it. And the embassy is undoubtedly overstaffed and fat anyway.

    But where’s Pompeo? This is his patch. This has the same flavor as Barr who seemingly can’t get the DOJ to behave. I’m sure there are others, too.


  22. nobaddog says:

    We are so screwed!

    Liked by 1 person

  23. “Unfortunately, Senator Graham, along with dozens of U.S. Senators currently serving, may very well have been a recipient for money through the aforementioned laundry process. So, good luck with the visas.”

    All this nonsense about visas. Can’t they be slipped across the Rio Grande and deposed in a Sanctuary City?

    On a serious note, this is why the Mitch Star Chamber not a friendly forum for President Trump. Nor does the looming Giuliani Ukraine exposé make it any friendlier. If the House shakes off all the patent absurdity, the absence of facts, crimes, the embattled Dem districts, etc. and impeaches POTUS, we will know this is an impervious conveyor belt hardwired to go in only one direction.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. rrschmitt says:

    Sen Graham’s response to this letter will tell us if he is crooked or not

    Liked by 2 people

  25. jx says:

    Can a president bring foreign persons to the US without them having a visa? I think yes, although I haven’t researched it. Can such a foreign person then testify either before Congress or in a court of law? Are they legally protected under a presidential diplomatic cloak? Again I think yes, although I haven’t researched it. The president conducts foreign policy, so why not?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Mary Morse says:

      How did Veselnitsya get in? She was blocked and later unblocked. IIR, AG Lynch granted a temp visa?

      McConnell and Graham took $$$ from dual citizen Blavatnik. Although they try to link Blavatnik to the President, his financial connections to Larry Summers and Tom Steyer go back to the Harvard Institute for International Development scandal in Russia.

      Liked by 4 people

    • gerkmonster says:

      Illegals are granted visas all the time to testify. Trump has to walk over to the stste department himself and give the order maybe.

      Liked by 1 person

  26. itsy_bitsy says:

    Our problem really is that guys like Taylor and Biden who should be in jail are walking around still working to destroy this country for nefarious purposes, including their own wealth.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. atomichillbilly says:

    Remember that Executive order Trump signed at the beginning of his presidency regarding the seizure of assets?

    These seem like a prime example(s)…..


  28. Mike Cooper says:

    Pay for Senators is $174000


  29. CharterOakie says:

    Dang, no punches pulled AT ALL in that letter to Graham by Rudy.

    I don’t know if there is enough popcorn out there on the market!

    Liked by 2 people

  30. Mary Morse says:

    Sundance pointing to “bagman” William Taylor as one of those “leaders if choice” is spot on.
    Taylor has had his hand in the finance and deals of the never ending wars since the looting of Russia after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Read about his career at his wiki.
    This article talks of the ****show that was the reconstruction of Afghanistan.

    Understand that after Afghanistan, Taylor went on to head the reconstruction of Iraq.

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  31. Mary Morse says:

    Sundance pointing to “bagman” William Taylor as one of those “leaders if choice” is spot on.
    Taylor has had his hand in the finance and deals of the never ending wars since the looting of Russia after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Read about his career at his wiki.
    This article talks of the ****show that was the reconstruction of Afghanistan.

    Understand that after Afghanistan, Taylor went on to head the reconstruction of Iraq.


  32. SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

    Outlaw all political “institutes” and “councils” that form “long standing international policy”

    Liked by 4 people

  33. I was wondering how the media is paid off? They must be getting kickbacks from somewhere. Also, Hollywood which has to be one big money laundering operation for someone..China?

    Liked by 1 person

  34. gerkmonster says:

    God protect Rudy and SGPDJT.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Randolph Scott says:

    There Is No Voting Our Way Out Of This.

    Please understand this.

    There Is No Voting Our Way Out Of This.


  36. Tiffthis says:

    Trump, Rudy (and the deplorables) against the world 💯

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Pokey says:

    Political reality would seem to dictate that we should leave McConnell alone, unless he plays a bad hand, until after the Senate trial on impeachment either goes away or is completed. Even though he appears to be aligned with Chinese interests on trade policy. If Trump wins re-election, it will no longer matter what Mitch does in that arena. What a complete mess The People’s Government has become.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Thinker says:

    I hope Trump has a “kill switch” with a full video in case he gets “taken out” by the deep state. He is on the verge of exposing corruption on a lot of powerful people, costing them millions and a career. In one of Tom Clancy’s book, terrorists use shoulder-fire missiles to take down civilian jets. I could imagine a scenario whereby members of the Deep State get some of these weapons and take down Marine one after it leaves the White House or Joint Base Andrews one night. With Trump making some people in the military mad I can see how they get their hands on some of these weapons. If Hillary and Obama got them for shipment into Libya, I am sure it is possible.


    • Cam Heck says:

      I still think he should expose them proactively, in the form of fireside chats to the people. That would be the best instance policy of all.


  39. Cam Heck says:



  40. Harry Nipples says:

    Is there no one in DC that’s not in on the Bribes? Scandals? Corruption? Someone who can exercise the voice of the people without being tarnished by their underhanded activities? Taxpayers are being taken for a ride and should revolt…

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Elizabeth Leduc says:

    Pray, Pray, Pray for true Justice and jail all of them for TREASON


  42. ppanther says:

    Great letter, Governor, and very succinct and absolutely correct to the ‘nth’ degree! You are my hero and I am glad our President has you on his side!


  43. Conservative Tea says:

    US Senators are paid $178,000 a year–the same as Congressional Reps. They DO NOT make 350K a year as stated in the article. Stupid claims like that damage credibility–particularly when the correct information is easy to find.


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