WOW – OAN Stunning Lutsenko Interview – Outlines: Marie Yovanovitch Perjury, George Kent Impeachment Motive, Lindsey Graham Motive to Bury Investigation…

In a fantastic display of true investigative journalism, One America News journalist Chanel Rion tracked down Ukrainian witnesses as part of an exclusive OAN investigative series. The evidence being discovered dismantles the baseless Adam Schiff impeachment hoax and highlights many corrupt motives for U.S. politicians.

Ms. Rion spoke with Ukrainian former Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko who outlines how former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch perjured herself before Congress.

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What is outlined in this interview is a  problem for all DC politicians across both parties.  The obviously corrupt influence efforts by U.S. Ambassador Yovanovitch as outlined by Lutsenko were not done independently.

Senators from both parties participated in the influence process and part of those influence priorities was exploiting the financial opportunities within Ukraine while simultaneously protecting Joe Biden and his family.  This is where Senator John McCain and Senator Lindsey Graham were working with Marie Yovanovitch.

Imagine what would happen if all of the background information was to reach the general public?  Thus the motive for Lindsey Graham currently working to bury it.

You might remember George Kent and Bill Taylor testified together.

It was evident months ago that U.S. chargé d’affaires to Ukraine, Bill Taylor, was one of the current participants in the coup effort against President Trump.  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.

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.

In November Rudy Giuliani released a letter he sent to Senator Lindsey Graham outlining how Bill Taylor blocked VISA’s for Ukrainian ‘whistle-blowers’ who are willing to testify to the corrupt financial scheme.

Unfortunately, as we are now witnessing, Senator Lindsey Graham, along with dozens of U.S. Senators currently serving, may very well have been recipients for money through the aforementioned laundry process.  The VISA’s are unlikely to get approval for congressional testimony, or Senate impeachment trial witness testimony.

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.

Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, Senator Lindsey Graham and Senator John McCain meeting with corrupt Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko in December 2016.

It will be interesting to see how this plays out, because, well, in reality all of the U.S. Senators (both parties) 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.

[SIDEBAR: 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 Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski in November.  Senator Murkowski rakes in millions from the multinational 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.

Senator Lindsey Graham announcing today that he will not request or facilitate any impeachment testimony that touches on the DC laundry system for personal financial benefit (ie. Ukraine example), is specifically motivated by the need for all DC politicians to keep prying eyes away from the swamps’ financial endeavors.  WATCH:

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This open-secret system of “Affluence and Influence” is how the intelligence apparatus gains such power. All of the DC participants are essentially beholden to the various U.S. intelligence services who are well aware of their endeavors.

There’s a ton of exposure here (blackmail/leverage) which allows the unelected officials within the CIA, FBI and DOJ to hold power over the DC politicians. Hold this type of leverage long enough and the Intelligence Community then absorbs that power to enhance their self-belief of being more important than the system.

Perhaps this corrupt sense of grandiosity is what we are seeing play out in how the intelligence apparatus views President Donald J Trump as a risk to their importance.

FUBAR !

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622 Responses to WOW – OAN Stunning Lutsenko Interview – Outlines: Marie Yovanovitch Perjury, George Kent Impeachment Motive, Lindsey Graham Motive to Bury Investigation…

  1. mikeyboo says:

    So Marie Yovanovich wins the “Stand By Your Man Award” impeding Ukraine’s efforts to fight corruption while protecting the political ass (aka Joe Biden) of Barack Obama.

    Liked by 13 people

    • kevin m miele says:

      KLobachar in yellowgreen also a traitor running for president

      Liked by 9 people

      • Jederman says:

        There public is soooo far behind the curve about activities in DC. Linda took Grassley’s place but only to keep a lid on this mess, after which he let’s Chuck back in the driver’s seat. Which of course makes Chuck complicit. Good lord these people are pathetic.

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      • Klobuchar, with a yuge crime family and story not unlike that of Nasty Piglosi. Yes.

        Scum of the earth. The infection is rampant and has been slowly killing the host, US.

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        • yucki says:

          We send a little something each month to my Russki’s son and family in Kiev. We were there this summer. All that money wrung out of people who have so little.
          Lot of “folks” deserve a Ceausescu-ing. Not least of whom, certain citizens of the USA.

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  2. Kenney says:

    Our best case scenario now is if Graham does dismiss this fast. Cornered rats do bad things. We have to live to fight the next battle.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Laronda says:

      This will be dismissed outright. McConnell and Graham can’t have any rocks turned over

      Liked by 5 people

      • RAkin says:

        I’m good with that. It sends a message that the whole scheme has been a scam and then Trump can be re-elected. More Judges elected, RGB replaced, more corruption exposed, China put in their place and my 401k continues to rise.

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        • Caius Lowell says:

          Still problematic because it gives Dems two talking points: 1) Trump is impeached; and 2) his corrupt Republican buddies got him out of it. Just because the Republicans are corrupt RINOs, aren’t the presidents’ friends, and 3) are actually on the side of the corrupt Dems is simply business as usual in the DC Swamp.

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          • lfrogers says:

            I’m not worried. I LOVE a Trump debating any of them. Trump will smack them down. So then what will they have to debate. This will be truly amusing. A whole lot better than football!

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          • TarsTarkas says:

            If Senate quickly dismisses charges against Trump they lose all leverage over POTUS unless Pelosi & company come up with another impeachment scam (Turkeygate is coming). Without leverage against POTUS there is nothing he can’t do to them to clean up swamp or exact revenge for double dealing.

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            • Caius Lowell says:

              I understand your logic, but McConnell, Graham, Burr, and company have doubtless thought through that contingency. If the Senate dowa impeachment quickly, then that gives DJT more latitude. If they do it slowly, then that gives DJT an platform to dispense embarrassing information. Curious to see how this plays out because, as Gichin Funakoshi says, “When two tigers fight, one is certain to be maimed, and one to die.”

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        • Zippy says:

          “It sends a message that the whole scheme has been a scam and then Trump can be re-elected.”

          To whom? ONLY to we few who have been paying the necessary, very detailed attention from news sources that cover FACTS.

          For the vast majority, it allows the impeachment -SMEAR- against Trump to remain through the 2020 election instead of EASILY proving in a proper Senate trial that both halves of the UniParty are corrupt, thereby allowing the continuation of the myth that “Republican” always means “small government conservative” which conservatives should vote for when, in fact, that’s rarely true.

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          • Risa says:

            Then spread the story to those you can reach. We are the right wing media now, use the information we find here and broadcast it. Retweet, post on community boards. Anything we can do to get even one more person to start asking the right questions.

            Washington D.C. The D.C. stands for “District of Corruption”.

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            • Zippy says:

              “Then spread the story to those you can reach.’

              Believe me, I have to the point where, I suspect, they’re truly sick of hearing about it. They already knew our government is corrupt as hell since they are definitely not stupid and I’ve exposed plenty of proof of that to them in the past even before this latest and greatest of all scandals.

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            • Cam Heck says:

              The OANN story has been on Twitter for a few days now. I have tweeted and retweeted it to all my followers, and asked them to retweet it. If we were all to do that, we could literally reach an audience of many millions. Any other twitter types in the treehouse?

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      • rayvandune says:

        And that lets Nancy get that precious * next to Trump’s name, oh… and keeps her son out of jail, too.

        If the Senate dismisses the House impeachment without hearing evidence, or should I say without DARING to hear evidence, the Chinese will see their last hope has failed, and they will go full Panda-face and sign a deal. PDJT cruises to a second term.

        Then the real action starts, because a principled man like Trump will not back off from draining the swamp, even if it takes a tactical nuke.

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      • dammit_janet says:

        That’s probably one of Trump’s Ace cards and why Graham’s waiting for the IG report. He wants to assess his level of public exposure/reaction first.

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    • Kenney says:

      It is dangerous to put our trust in Romney, Collins, Murkowski and especially Burr.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Ray Runge says:

        Time to follow the indictments as reported from Friday that Barr handed down to “conduits” to bring back money via the Ukraine Laundromat. The legal threshold to prosecute this band of copptocrats may have been crossed. Any Congress Critters mentioned as beneficiaries.

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    • todayistheday99 says:

      Why not make Pelosi/Shifty/Naddler choke on their fake articles of impeachment?

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    • President Trump’s gonna need a bigger shovel!

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  3. Todd says:

    How do we get this out to the public & msm ??? Does the President know all this? !?!

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    • aisheschayal says:

      I think I saw Rudy there with the OAN reporter, he is the President’s lawyer.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Bill Hollinger says:

      Yes, we’ve been watching this mind blowing series on OAN, and Giuliani is a major participant on the panel – he is doing a lot (most, actually) of the questioning of the Ukrainians who are explaining what went on, and how they were blocked, fired, etc on orders from the American Embassy. It is just unbelievable, but there are hours and hours of it – I keep wondering how they can get all of this to and in a format people will listen to and can understand.

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    • Mark Smith says:

      We get this out to the public with a grand, extended impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate, which President Trump is demanding even as we speak. This is the perfect stage for him to expose the evil. He is chomping at the bit, and the country will be ready for it by January. This is the time to be bold and we cannot let a pantywaist like Lindsey Graham get in the way.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      I think our biggest foreign aid goes to Israel. I wonder how much gets funneled back in payments to politicians? If it goes through congress, the criminals are going to get their cut in kickbacks. Ukraine is probably the tip of the iceberg. Is iceberg Jewish?

      Which will be the bigger scandal? Spying on Trump or political kickbacks for foreign aid? I think politicians getting rich getting kickbacks in taxpayer money will get more traction with the public. Half the Senate could have their hands dirty in this democrat and republican alike.

      The corrupt ones would seemingly have to recuse themselves from a vote on impeachment. How do we signal out which ones are conflicted? Graham is probably just one of many.

      Trump’s ace in the hole is he has the right to address both houses of Congress, not just during the State of the Union. Time for a little fire and brimstone and let the chips fall where they may.

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      • yucki says:

        Israel has to spend most of it buying military equipment made in the USA.
        Our stuff gets tested and improved by world-class techies. That becomes a marketing asset for our sales elsewhere, such as the Gulf.

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    • michael says:

      He does now. Bidding his time. This is common knowledge to all in DC!

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    • GB Bari says:

      Of course President Trump knows all about this.

      This is probably one of the major reasons he said “I caught them all.”

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  4. freespeechfanatic says:

    At some point some official within the Trump administration will need to break through this Deep State protection membrane and do the unthinkable — start the indictments and prosecutions that unravel this skein of corruption right to Graham and others.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Zy says:

      That’s the only way but it’s suicide.

      Liked by 4 people

      • zekness says:

        yes a front assault carries a heavy risk.

        but me thinks there are plans afoot as I type this to go at this one small bite at a time.

        It’s useful to give the impression that graham is insulated and mcconnell too.

        one does not desire to alert your adversaries by giving them the opportunity of awareness.

        one method is to create a division with the schemers…let them eat each other.

        corrupt organization (like the mafia and drug cartels) were handled this way for decades..not saying it solves all of it..but what it does is make the pressure internal…which is far more powerful than taking on all of them…

        the goal is to create a situation where there are no advantages and only liability by not attacking each other.

        you can’t really do this politically…you can’t obviously do this with any reasonable level of success in the courts.

        but you can do it with leaks……you can do this with social media…you can do this by stirring up alot of controversy and just enough information to make these people anxious and nervous about what their own players might be attempting to protect themselves with.

        you do this by literally hacking their networks and capturing information and then releasing it wikileaks style.

        Now, you might think…sure…how realistic is that?

        stay tuned…there are some very angry cyber people right now, that were never properly rewarded for their work..and quite a few that have an axe to grind they were misled. these people got left behind….they never got a piece..and they know.

        stay tuned….more information going to hit the street and soon.

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    • Bill Hollinger says:

      Achieving that seems massively difficult and complex to me. What, half the Congress – or more – will have to be prosecuted? The scope is staggering, but the answer to the question of how all the politicians become worth so much money is no longer a mystery. Getting that fact alone out may well (if nothing else) enrage the voting population and they will be primaried out of office. What a beautiful opportunity for term limits to be established!

      Liked by 4 people

      • Clay More says:

        Many Republicans “retired” and announced they would not seek re-election in 2018 post the 2016 election. One reason of many that the Republicans lost the House of Representatives in 2018.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Mark Smith says:

        We are being handed the solution on a silver platter right in front of our faces, and President Trump knows it. Other than declaring martial law which would be very risky, a full Senate trial is the answer and it won’t lead to anarchy. Tell me who to contact to get it done.

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        As always, who watches the watchers?

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    • Clay More says:

      That is when VSGPDJT will collect the most campaign contributions for a US Presidential candidate. The Swamp Drain Plug will be officially pulled

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    • Linda K. says:

      Maybe Meghan McCain will stop saying how much the country needs her father.

      Liked by 2 people

  5. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    Just because Lindsey and his corrupt senate doesn’t want to address the situation doesn’t mean it will not be addressed. Beside what in the hell has the house or senate addressed that anybody went to jail? It’s a b F club and we’re not a member.

    I believe The Don and his group have it all and they will use/apply when need most.

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    • Well, so far, that makes 3 of us here that believe our VSG President has it all. Draining the swamp doesn’t mean making deals with the swamp either.

      In others grave (understandably so to an extent) disappointment, apparently “all is lost”.

      Eeyore Syndrome is also being maintained these days by ROLCON scum.

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      • yucki says:

        Real life, you make compromises.
        You invite that filthy Turk to the Oval Office and praise a ChiCom autocrat who runs concentration camps in his backyard.
        Somewhere down the line, you might get a dish of ice-cold revenge.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      The DoJ will ultimately be responsible and will require cooperation from the State Department.

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  6. TwoLaine says:

    I keep saying that President TRUMP told them from the GIT-GO that they would be sorry they opened the Ukraine door.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Mr e-man says:

      Trump said: I caught them. I caught the swamp.

      Could it be his knowledge of Rudys activities?

      And White House spies know it and arrested those Guliani Ukrainian “clients” and are surveilling him and tainting him with crimes? Including allegations from sitting members of Congress.

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  7. 2Alpha says:

    Wonder if this is relevant?

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  8. xcontra says:

    The problem, as I see it, is that these Ukrainian witnesses automatically make me discount whatever they say. Russians are even worse. I suppose it is a remnant of cold war thinking, but you also have to admit that they are still pretty corrupt cultures over there, a real mess. I fear that the Ukraine is going to be a tar baby for Rudy Giuliani.

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    • bkrg2 says:

      Somewhat agree with your comments regarding oral statements (not just Ukraine and Russia, but even USA – like Schiff)

      However this guy held up some written documents, so there is likely some physical evidence here. Lets keep our fingers crossed cuz this is not good for the deep state

      Liked by 2 people

      • xcontra says:

        Yeah, maybe. But written documents are shaky, too, in my opinion. Even over here in the USA — e.g., the Simpson/Steele dossier.

        Liked by 1 person

        • bofh says:

          Who’s going to validate the documents? The FBI lab? Snort…

          We’re seeing “law and order” rapidly disappearing in the rear-view mirror. So any means to fix this are going to have to come from “outside the box” thinking, since the traditional checks and balances are long gone. Worse yet, CJ-SCOTUS is wobbly, and recent events have shown that upper military echelons are, at best, not reliable.

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    • nimrodman says:

      “… but you also have to admit that they are still pretty corrupt cultures over there”

      Ya know, I reckon we got some “pretty corrupt cultures” (TM) over here

      … if you gnomesayin’

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  9. Carson says:

    Wow! Looks like Glenn Beck was right…about 3 weeks ago.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Leonard Hoy says:

      Glenn B. has an much insight as anyone in this mess. His analyses are brilliant, IMHO.

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        • Never trust a man who rolls his face in a big bowl of cheetos, as there is clearly something wrong there…

          PAYtriots abound, and 90% of the absolute truth is all too appealing, I realize.

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          • KJinCton says:

            Honestly, it does seem that Beck has realized that he was going to go under if he continued to be anti-Trump. He’s definitely not perfect and I could not rule out another anti-Trump tirade, but he and his team have done some great work on the Ukraine story.
            It’s worth a watch on his YT channel if you set aside some time. Considering no one else seems to be interested in getting to the truth on Ukraine, we’ve got to embrace those that are willing to dig…and they did dig into it in a good way.

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          • At least he didn’t inhale……………the crumbs in the bottom of the bowl!

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  10. DeWalt says:

    This is the reason for my earlier post,
    DeWalt says:
    December 6, 2019 at 1:11 pm
    I myself can not completely rule out that the Republicans in the Senate won’t lye down and allow his removal. They are just as greedy and are just as anxious as the Dems to get back to business as usual. I don’t believe these fools on either side of the aisle give a crap about burning the whole thing down to get their two pieces of silver. The proof to me was the mass exodus of Rino’s before the 2018 elections. That was engineered to lose control of the house.

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    • Robert Justice says:

      As mentioned earlier in the posts, Martial Law may be the only way to restore the Republic. If a Dimm or RINO becomes President, the country is finished.
      “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security. “

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  11. Ogden Frost says:

    Oh, Lindsey Graham. I hope you aren’t a rat!

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  12. Mr e-man says:

    One problem here. The elected officials are all turning over their tax returns. Any “payments” to them should be on their returns. Is it that the money is going to all their supporters, other family members, etc, instead of directly? If so how do they benefit? Their supporters giving them campaign donations, working for them, illegal undisclosed kickbacks?

    I know in some cases, like the Clinton Foundation, they pay Chelsea a salary. But we all know it and it’s legal. Then they use funds to hire supports/bundlers who form companies to do a “project” in Haiti. The owners are probably legally paid millions from the foundation while creating a bankrupt firm that does nothing to benefit Haiti. All legal if not shady or unethical.

    Not clear how all this money flows to their own bank accounts, or even if it is legal.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      There are all sorts of ways to hide and launder payments, which will not be traceable.
      PAC Contributions to re-election funds.
      Laundered Payments to relatives then “gift” payments from relatives to politician under the IRS reporting limits.
      Foundation payments for services.
      Money that shows up as investments in those “blind portfolios”.

      One would have the near impossible task of needing to establish probable cause for a forensic accountant to even begin looking at the politician or even one of the potential sources.

      This is exactly why the Clinton Foundation and Soros essentially liquidated after the 2016 elections. They knew eventually the President would get pissed off enough to examine the Ukraine, if there was a regime change in the Ukraine.

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    • III% says:

      There are *literally* thousands of ways to get your graft if you are dirty other than cash in your bank account. Also let’s be realistic. Does anyone actually believe anymore that the “big club” is held to our standards? I just don’t see the IRS getting overly curious to verify certain “asserts” are what a paper says they are. The probability of the number of congresscritters that became worth millions based on salary and *no* inside information or graft is extremely low, but a great many of them are worth a considerable amount of money.

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    • Blea says:

      They think it’s just fine as this is a benefit of PUBLIC SERVICE…in their minds only…

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    • Linda K. says:

      The Obama’s got 110 million from Netflix to develop projects…What do they know about movie making?

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    • How many of them wrote books??? Hmm… burrowcrats like comey too, mind you.

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  13. mikeyboo says:

    Marie Yovanovitch….. isn’t she one of the famous 3 ho’-migos,-Yovanovich, Hill, and Vindeman? Why yes, Mikey, Indeed she is one of those people who betrayed the people of United States AND the people of the Ukraine, in order to secure influence, and wealth for herself.

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    • CM-TX says:

      “Let’s get Mikey… he won’t get it, he misses everything! {Yeah!}
      😱 …. He gets it, he gets it!

      (Ok, so I had to look-up the old commercial to deliver on that. 😉)

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  14. inspectorudy says:

    There is only one answer to this and “Term Limits”! Without them, they are in control of their own destiny and we are nothing but bystanders.

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  15. Evelyn says:

    Worthwhile video here:

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  16. evergreen says:

    Graham should have no need to advertise a premeditated position re impeachment trial.

    This is grounds for President Trump to call out Ukraine publicly to air it all–ALL–political parties be damned. Corruption no matter where it goes must be uncovered.

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    • Bill Hollinger says:

      I’m hoping Barr, and Durham, agree with you. Graham is on with Maria today saying he is not calling Schiff to testify, or any of the other things he repeatedly claimed he was going to do – he says the election in 2020 will be all we need. He is just one of so many who need to be retired.

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  17. This is why Lady Lindsay is practically attached to tic toc Sean Hannity by umbilical cord. Lindsay needs all the cover he can get.

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    • Zy says:

      Hannity’s integrity is on the clock now.

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    • hoghead says:

      I’ve noticed that Sean Hannity is often employed to rehabilitate embarrassed, broken media types; I’ve seen it a number of times.

      Hannity brought little dick morris in from the cold a few years ago. morris was s-canned by the klintons after a peek at his private practices was brought to light. Many months later, Hannity introduced him as author of a “conservative” book. Dunno about the book; I never read it. Have no interest in morris.

      More recently, Hannity revived the flagging career of geraldo rivera. rivera is now semi-regular guesting on Hannity’s radio/tv.

      Finally, Bill O’Rielly has re entered public life, both as an author, and as a radio personality. I don’t know how much Hannity had to do with it, but O’Rielly is often on the air with ol’ Sean.

      All that said, Miss Lindsey has spent a lot of time on Hannity’s radio/tv since the demise of mcstain, I guess so the “right” can see him in a new light.

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      • Mr e-man says:

        Lindsay got in good graces due to his impassioned defense of Kavanaugh. Since then he has squandered all that capital by slow walking investigations and helping the deep state run out the clock.

        Right back we he began. Swamp rat.

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      • bofh says:

        Hannity tried to support and rehabilitate Bob Beckel as well. At the time I thought it was kind of a humanitarian act, but at this point, I’m wondering if Hannity is a net plus or minus for us deplorables.

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  18. Mark W says:

    ENORMOUS: Impeachment Abuse Expands–Schiff Implicated in Phone Records Spying Misconduct; COUP Against President Trump Can Still Be Stopped In House; FBI “Finds” Clinton Emails…
    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/enormous-impeachment-abuse-expands-schiff-implicated-in-phone-records-spying-misconduct-coup-against-president-trump-can-still-be-stopped-in-house-fbi-finds-clinton-emails/

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  19. SR says:

    I think in opposite way that PTrump has all the info directly from Ukraine or Rudy so has a leverage on uniparty. No one understand better than PTrump chess game and leverage. He will cut dims money supply but keep Republicans under control. There will not by any senate hearing and impeachment will not be trial in senate. Remember when PTrump said he will declassify but nothing happened, it’s all about information control and leverage. DC scares what PTrump knows or what he can do as he is so unpredictable that is best part.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      But that’s not enough. It would be good if Trump has the dirty on everyone so he can begin calling the shots, however We the People demand and deserve our Congress be gutted, fumigated and bleached clean.

      It’s telling that the final outcome of the 60 year reign of the liberal-progressive Establishment has been revealed to be the utter corruption of the US government. It’s a fitting epitaph for this dying cancer-ridden regime that has reached the end of the road and is about to be thrown onto the ash heap of history.

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  20. TwoLaine says:

    Another OAN Exclusive.

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  21. Somebody's Gramma says:

    Oh Dear Lord, please reveal the Swamp Creatures – everyone in our leadership who have been effectively stealing from us for generations. Bring them down Lord and give us Justice, we beg of you in Jesus’ name. And thank you for bringing us Trump Lord! Amen.

    We struggle to pay for medical insurance, and medicines, and for the various taxes, having little left to pass on to our children. I’m so outraged. I really do hope Trump burns it all down. This is such a travesty. It’s not just Ukraine… it’s every “foundation” and “aid” and “relief” and the list goes on. These people are sick. I no longer have any sense of loyalty to our “government system”, only We the People. They’ve proved themselves incompetent to lead. I want the bad guys, the grifters, in jail. Lobbying should be illegal. There should be 4 year term limits for all politicians. They should all have to release their detailed tax returns 10 years prior to taking office, ANNUALLY, and 10 years after taking office. Make it impossible for them to get rich off our backs. We should fire every single politician and just start over and make it impossible for these back room deals to be made. They aren’t public servants!!! They are thieves. I want a HUGE TAX REFUND for my 45+ years of paying in to this corrupt system. How dare they.

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  22. This is why Lindsay is attached by umbilical cord to tic toc Hannity. He needs all the cover he can get.

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  23. DeWalt says:

    It’s right about now when we should be in the streets. The whole government is Mafioso.

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  24. Gerry says:

    Told ‘ya !
    I called it in SD’s article comment section in previous article before this was announced. Again, this threat by which Biden no doubt speaking for all the corrupt players involved threatened Graham that he will regret bringing him forth as a witness for the rest of his life. Sign off a treaty or funding, and get rewarded. Once you take the money you get blackmailed by the deep state. Rinse and repeat. Trump has the leverage. Let them try to impeach him, he’ll burn them all. Rudy is the right guy for the job. This makes the Mafia look like amateurs.

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  25. Don McAro says:

    So if this impeachment BS goes to the senate, President Trump is toast then?
    Is this what you are preparing us with Sundance? Because it will also explain Horowitz as well? And explain why Lindsey is having the hearing with Horowitz on Wednesday? Will he be taking President trump out on that end too?

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    • Ray Runge says:

      I am thinking you have watched other videos and have read other reply threads.

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    • Rosemaryflower says:

      good questions.
      What a revolting development….

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    • Cam Heck says:

      No, Lindsay just won’t allow a senate trial because he doesn’t want to be exposed during the trial. He’ll simply” throw out “the impeachment case without a trial. ( He can’t impeach POTUS, cause the POTUS will turn around and take him- and everyone else- down with him)

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  26. elarson says:

    Sundance,
    When you finish an article with FUBAR, are you suggesting that a Senate conviction will be a certainty?

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Not at all. IMO, Sundance is telling you the Big ENCHILADA of all government crime schemes is coming into light.

      Or, to quote Ristvan,” this toothpaste has left the tube”, and a new phase of exposure is upon us.

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  27. Leonard Hoy says:

    How can one isolated President survive, let alone triumph, when so many in his own party are beholden to the Intelligence Services? The longer he endures, the more foolish his attackers become, the more determined Deplorables are to support Trump, the moreI fear for his very life.

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  28. thedoc00 says:

    This is why only the greedy and stupid did not liquidate all their assets with any linkage to the Ukraine after the 2016 elections, as did Soros and the Clintons.

    It also the reason the Panama Papers need to yanked away from SDNY.

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  29. JackB says:

    I remain convinced that only PDJT can blow this corruption up sky high by declassifying it all for the public to see.

    Everything else is playing by the Swamp rules.

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  30. Bogeyfree says:

    Why has AG Barr not opened an investigation into possible corruption and money laundering charges between Ukraine and US officials based on what Rudy has uncovered, what OANN is reporting via first hand witnesses and what Biden himself said and the actions that followed.

    Especially since we have a treaty with Ukraine to jointly fight corruption.

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    • Zippy says:

      Durham may be doing that, but I seriously doubt it will be to the depth necessary to expose the facts found in that OANN interview. That would expose as crooks too many key people within the Uniparty.

      Why wasn’t the taped deposition made by Joseph Mifsud listened to right after he made it in the SUMMER of 2018 (before the midterms!) which apparently, according to his lawyer, contained his claim that he was working for private organizations connected to Western intel, IMO those organizations probably acting as front groups or, effectively the same thing, “good old boy” networks to do things three letter agencies don’t usually dare to overtly do? Plausible deniability is the key.

      Instead, Barr/Durham only (supposedly) recently listened to it during their September, 2019 visit to Italy.

      Robert Mueller soon may be exposed as the ‘magician of omission’ on Russia
      BY JOHN SOLOMON — July 23, 2019

      https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/454409-robert-mueller-soon-may-be-exposed-as-the-magician-of-omission-on-russia

      While most of the political world focused its attention elsewhere, special prosecutor John Durham’s team quietly reached out this summer to a lawyer representing European academic Joseph Mifsud, one of the earliest and most mysterious figures in the now closed Russia-collusion case.

      An investigator told Swiss attorney Stephan Roh that Durham’s team wanted to interview Mifsud, or at the very least review a recorded deposition the professor gave in summer 2018 about his role in the drama involving Donald Trump, Russia and the 2016 election.

      The contact, confirmed by multiple sources and contemporaneous email, sent an unmistakable message: Durham, the U.S. attorney handpicked by Attorney General William Barr to determine whether the FBI committed abuses during the Russia investigation, is taking a second look at one of the noteworthy figures and the conclusions of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report.

      Roh told me the information he is preparing to share with Durham’s team from his client will accentuate those concerns.

      Mifsud was a “longtime cooperator of western intel” who was asked specifically by his contacts at Link University in Rome and the London Center of International Law Practice (LCILP) — two academic groups with ties to Western diplomacy and intelligence — to meet with Papadopoulos at a dinner in Rome in mid-March 2016, Roh told me.

      A May 2019 letter from Nunes to U.S. intelligence officials corroborates some of Roh’s account, revealing photos showing that the FBI conducted training at Link in fall 2016 and that Mifsud and other Link officials met regularly with world leaders, including Boris Johnson, elected today as Britain’s new prime minister.

      ———–

      Here are the possible answers to your question and mine, IMO:

      a) Fouled Up Beyond Any (possibility of) Reform. (FUBAR)
      a) Fouled Up Beyond Any (possibility of) Reform. (FUBAR)
      c) Fouled Up Beyond Any (possibility of) Reform. (FUBAR)

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    • California Joe says:

      ….because the SDNY is already investigating Rudy for a fake crime like the one they used to frame Roger Stone and General Flynn. You don’t think the Bolshevik Lawfare guys in the SDNY are going to let Rudy go unchallenged? Having worked for the US Attorney’s Office for 20 years I can tell you that they don’t hire anyone who isn’t a member of the *****!

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  31. Zippy says:

    “FUBAR !”

    In this case obviously meaning, in my opinion, Fouled (the polite version) Up Beyond Any (possibility of) Reformation.

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  32. AccountabilityPlease says:

    Follow the money Mr. Durham. It should tell us who is lying.

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  33. DeWalt says:

    There is only one way the corrupt Globalist Politicians can save them selves. Bring the entire financial system down.
    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/global-crash-just-around-corner-central-banks-are-cutting-fastest-rate-financial-crisis

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    • nimrodman says:

      yeah, I’ve been thinking for a couple years they’d engineer a market takedown / crash to subvert PresTrump’s success and re-election chances

      I expected it before now

      They tried to talk markets down a couple months ago, remember the “recession looming” jabbering that went on a month or two?

      Until positive economic numbers started blasting out relentlessly?

      They can’t create a crash on the basis of US economic fundamentals, but the rest of the world’s economies and banking status are in bad shape. They can start it there and knock US markets down as collateral damage

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      • GB Bari says:

        Knowing his skillset, the President and his economic advisers are very likely aware of that potential strategy and have already gamed it out and developed a counterpunch strategy to unleash if the cabal tries this. IMO.

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  34. paulapatriot says:

    If you watch her testimony about this, you’ll see how the congressman questioning her had to pause and look down at his carefully crafted question and read (ask) it in a VERY specific way….So she could answer no w/o perjuring herself. And her no was not delivered in as forceful a way as the rest of her testimony. It was very clear.

    Glenn Beck covered this.

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  35. johneb18 says:

    Important question: Can Lindsey Graham actually quash a full trial like that unilaterally? Wouldn’t POTUS have something to say about how the trial would proceed since he is the one being impeached? Shouldn’t he be able to insist on confronting his accusers, and he simply tells Graham to stuff it?

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    • All Too Much says:

      Not by himself.
      He said he will present, in civilian litigation language “file”, a motion to dismiss, calling for a senate vote whether to dismiss the impeachment/indictment on its face, arguing there is nothing, no allegations in in the charges amounting to impeachable offenses. If the motion passes, the case is dismissed, No trial, no witnesses, Over and done.

      This article reviews the process and the role played by a motion to dismiss:

      “Just what an eventual trial would look like is up for debate, and negotiation. The arcane rules governing a Senate impeachment trial have been revised several times since they were first written down in 1868, during the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson.

      The Senate’s role in an impeachment trial begins when the House formally notifies the upper chamber that it has appointed managers who would lay out the case for removal. The secretary of the Senate, in consultation with the Senate’s presiding officer, then schedules a trial.

      The rules do not set out a timeline for when the trial must begin, and veterans of previous impeachment efforts say there is some wiggle room in the schedule. In the case of an impeached president, the Supreme Court’s chief justice presides over the trial, and those experts agreed that the Senate and chief justice would be allowed to coordinate their schedules.

      It takes time, too, to prepare the physical space in which the trial would be held. Veterans of Clinton’s impeachment trial recall having to clear out the well of the Senate. They also brought in special tables for the House Republican impeachment managers to lay out their evidence and for the lawyers who defended Clinton.

      The Clinton precedent illustrates the flexibility within the Senate rules. Those rules were last revised in 1986 by Sens. Robert Byrd (D-W.Va.), the self-styled master of the Senate, and Bob Dole (R-Kan.), a dozen years before Clinton went to trial.

      Instead of revising the rules once again, Democrats and Republicans struck an agreement on how the trial would be conducted. Both the prosecution and the defense were given four days to present their cases. The impeachment managers who laid out the evidence against Clinton wanted a full trial and to interview witnesses of the floor. The Senate instead allowed them to show taped depositions of several witnesses.

      The Clinton case also illustrates what may be the GOP’s most potent weapon against any charges Democrats level at Trump: a motion to dismiss the charges.

      During Clinton’s impeachment trial, Byrd moved to dismiss the charges after Republicans had laid out their evidence.

      The motion failed on a party-line vote in a Republican-controlled chamber, but it’s possible it would succeed if offered by a Republican in the present-day Senate, where the GOP holds a 53-47 majority.

      During the trial itself, the Senate is not beholden to the same rules of procedure as the courts.

      Senate rules governing impeachment give much of the power to decide evidentiary and procedural questions to the presiding officer — in the case of a presidential impeachment trial, to Chief Justice John Roberts.

      Without a motion to dismiss the charges, once the managers finish laying out their case, the Senate would break for the day, according to the revised version of the rules. At 1 p.m. the following day, senators would meet to consider the individual articles of impeachment.

      The Senate votes only on the articles of impeachment themselves, not on whether to remove the accused from office. Any articles of impeachment approved by two-thirds of the Senate would serve to convict the accused.

      […]

      https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/463112-how-the-senate-could-proceed-with-impeachment

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    • mimbler says:

      I don’t see how PDJT could object to the senate voting him not guilty because there was insufficient evidence to support the charges.

      A trial isn’t designed to give a person the opportunity to pursue motives beyond being found not guilty.

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  36. Elric VIII says:

    If these revelations don’t put the miscreants in prison and result in a complete makeover of how Congress conducts The Peoples’ Business, it will be time for torches and pitchforks.

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  37. CTH Fan says:

    There was a reason Lindsey broadcasts the date of release of the FISA report. Gave the Dems a heads up so they can schedule the impeachment hearings on the same day. That would explain the rush. The next Dem event will be on the 11th when Lindsey holds his hearing.

    The good news is that President Trump watches AON.

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  38. Miya says:

    I think Trump is bluffing saying he wants a trial. It’s too obvious now that the Senate will remove him. The only way this dies is in the House and even then they’ll keep doing it.

    Anyone who thinks the Senate will save Trump must be on drugs.

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    • schizoid says:

      It’s mutual assured destruction. Trump can destroy the entire Republican Party with a single tweet. I expect Trump to win the game of brinksmanship because he doesn’t want to be President if he can’t do what he wants. The Senate Republicans really want to keep their seats.

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    • Sharon says:

      “Anyone who thinks the Senate will save Trump must be on drugs.”

      Gotta love the gross generalizations that also serve as a conversation killer.

      Are there also other areas of your life where you announce that those who do not agree with you are on drugs? It guess it’s a kind of group diagnosis. Quite a strategy. Protects you from having to deal with those who don’t think exactly like you do. Perhaps.

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      • Paprika says:

        Now that, was a nice breath of fresh air! Thank you!

        Civil discourse should be just that–civilly engaging with one another in discourse/discussion/different viewpoints.

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  39. Chieftain says:

    Okay.
    So how exactly is Senator Graham benefitting?
    Money?
    If so how is it done?

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    • bofh says:

      Influence can be either the carrot or the stick. Both work or can be mixed. For some, it’s probably the offer of more money, for others, the fear of exposure and prosecution. Honestly, I think the talk about “careers” and “keeping the seat” are much less potent motivators than either cash or prosecution.

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  40. schizoid says:

    Remember just after the 2018 election, when there was a massive influx of shills and trolls promoting Lindsey Graham for AG? Pepe Farms remembers.

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  41. Trump’s 2020 State of the Union address is going to be EPIC.

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    • Sharon says:

      I wish, just once, (and 2020 would be the time to do it….) he would give a speech without the raised voice, without the rah-rah lines, without any of the predictable constructions. I wish he would give a drop-dead, quiet, passionately angry at what has been done to our Republic, and when he does, turn and walk off the raised area in the Capitol Building, and not waiting out any applause. If there is zero applause – – dead quiet…that’s fine with me. That would suggest that perhaps they got the message.

      This is no longer a political fight, even though political entities are using political weapons to fight it. Donald John Trump was not elected because he was a politician. And I would love to see a State of the Union address that actually ADDRESSED – the state of our union.

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  42. Mike says:

    Lindsey Graham is in on the Ukraine corruption up to his eyeballs. Graham will try to sacrifice the President who is completely innocent in this decade old corruption and payoffs crapola. I personally think there is so much Senate corruption that they WILL convict and remove the President to save their worthless asses.

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    • rayvandune says:

      Do they really want Trump as a very angry private citizen with a story to tell? His tell-all book would not be a blockbuster, it would be a citybuster.

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      Possibly, but removing Trump on contrived charges and pathetic evidence will unleash a popular fury. That fury will attach itself to all who vote to convict; and, that fury wilI take many forms, including expose of corruption. Trump’s revenge for removing him from office would be like a nuclear holocaust. Politicians want to evade responsibility, and let the good bribes roll. Path of least resistance is to end the case quickly for having no substance (it’s easy to defend that position). Kicking over a hornet’s nest would expose them to massive risk and uncertainty.

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    • Cam Heck says:

      You think Lindsay and the rest of the crooks think POTUS and Guiliani are just going to go quietly into the night by way of impeachment? Not a chance! Somewhere, right now, some intense negations are going on…

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  43. jx says:

    The visa denials are easily overcome: testimony can be given & questions asked via live internet video conference.

    Congressional hearings…. We need criminal investigation and prosecutions.

    We need to be cautious with Ukrainians’ credibility.

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  44. Lawrence says:

    The founders talked a lot about public virtue. They put a premium on it. Without it you cannot have self government. But where is it today? I think Nunes and the other members of the Freedom Caucus have it. Bill Barr, I think so. But I don’t know how many in the senate or who they might be.
    Lower ranking agents and others in DOJ, FBI and other government agencies? Some journalists?
    But are there enough people who still have it to enable America to retain true and actual self government? Or are we now, or soon to be, left with just a hollowed out shadow?
    A scene from the Lord of the Rings comes to mind. One of the good guys says to Gandolf
    “our list of allies grows thin.”

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  45. zekness says:

    so wait a minute here…if I follow the regular order of how things are done in the FBI, namely the cointel officlals..this PUBLIC media source, open source, with sufficient reasons to consider it worthy of inspection, alleges corruption and a foreign influence into the election…and into the most protected foreign policy envoy?

    so, this is of course going to trigger a FISA request right? and start surveilling and making queries to the NSA signit and establish an investigation..

    what have I missed?

    oh that’s right…it’s not about influencing a conservative president..

    silly me.

    what was I thinking.

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  46. bluecat57 says:

    Scumbag Graham. That’s the politest word could think of.

    Time for someone to out him.

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  47. mauiis says:

    Any guy with a nominal ‘set’ would be exceptionally nervous straddling a picket fence, for years, as L Graham has done. One can only surmise Flimsy Lindsey is either a gelding or really believes he can have it both ways. I have to keep reminding myself he comes from the School of McCain, the war hero (or not) who, in a final official act, gave America a sloppy Kiss of Judas. After promising otherwise.

    Graham may well be pulling a ‘McCain.’ Raising his voice with righteousness indignation as he did during the Kavanaugh inquisition but working behind the scenes with the enemy to cover his azz (different circumstances, McCain wasn’t worried with CYA, simply destructively spiteful).

    To quote Sundance, “trillions are at stake.”

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  48. Guyski says:

    Doesn’t President Trump got them by the balls? If impeachment doesn’t pass the house, or if the trial in the Senate is quickly dismissed or an acquittal, then what? No matter what anyone says impeachment is a one time thing. They can’t re-impeach, people wouldn’t put up with it.

    President Trump will basically have ‘free rein’ until election day. He could a ‘reveal a scandal’ as a once a week thing. Or he could go the leverage route, he would have tons of leverage.🤔

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  49. Tl Howard says:

    No wonder Sessions ignored it all. He was probably told that when they impeached Trump, he’d still be AG.

    I’m retired. How many tens of thousands of dollars of mine and yours have wound up in these traitorous hands over the decades?

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