Trump’s conspiracy to get dirt on a political opponent just keeps getting deeper and dirtier. As time goes by, more and more of the concealed details of the conspiracy to enlist foreign aid to smear an American political rival come to light. More and more key players, Secretary of State Pompeo, Acting Chief of Staff Mulvaney, former Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Personal lawyer Rudy Giuiliani and a large supporting cast working to keep the details secret, are directly linked in the long, coordinated plan to have Ukraine announce a corruption probe into the company Joe Biden’s son worked for. As more interviews are conducted, under oath, and more public testimony is taken, more connections emerge. All this confirms Robert Caro’s statement that truth takes time. Every investigator I’ve ever heard discuss research has said something similar– time is crucial for developing and following the path to true facts.
The incriminating July 25 “I need you to do me a favor, though” phone call between Trump and Zelensky was just one part of a coordinated plan that began months earlier and included the smearing and removal of the US Ambassador to Ukraine, and didn’t end until after Trump was made aware of the whistleblower’s August 12 complaint and released the aid to Ukraine a month later, two days before Zelensky was scheduled to make the announcement of the corruption probe into Hunter Biden and Burisma on CNN.
If not for that complaint, which every attempt was made to conceal– to “prevent leaks”– there would be absolutely nothing to see here! Another baseless, hate-fueled hoax perpetrated against our eternally innocent Victim-in-Chief by super- rich liberal Jews, among others, who spend endless dark money to besmirch our Commander-in-Chief. Like the Mueller probe, its origins now under criminal investigation by Trump’s new Roy Cohn, AG William Barr.
I read a detailed timeline of the plan to get the Ukraine to announce an investigation into Joe Biden’s son’s role in Burisma, a company investigated for corruption that occurred, according to a Ukrainian source, prior to 2014, the date that Biden’s slimy son began his well-paid job for Burisma. Hunter, we note, “worked” for Burisma from 2014 to 2019, pulling down a very high fee for minimal services rendered.
Here is one day’s entry from that chilling timeline put together by factcheck.org.
Maguire says the whistleblower acted in “good faith” and “did the right thing.” Democrats on the committee press him on why he did not initially turn over the whistleblower’s complaint. Maguire says it was an “unprecedented” situation, and he was concerned about the possibility of “executive privilege,” so he brought the matter to the attention of the White House and then the Department of Justice. He said he did not initially release the complaint based on the advice of lawyers in the Department of Justice. [emphasis mine].
In an interview with the Washington Post, Lutsenko says of Hunter Biden: “From the perspective of Ukrainian legislation, he did not violate anything.” He went on to say that an investigation of Burisma’s owner involved activities that occurred before Biden joined the company’s board. “Hunter Biden cannot be responsible for violations of the management of Burisma that took place two years before his arrival,” Lutsenko says.
Check out the detailed timeline of Trump’s Ukraine/Biden conspiracy compiled by factcheck.org. Unlike many such organizations, factcheck is a model for donor transparency . It is hard to call it a front group for any particular political ideology, though, of course, we know how that works.
For example, some of the best people are saying Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was rightfully smeared, by people working for the president, as an agent of that notorious radical Jew billionaire George Soros, while those same truthseekers pushed the, arguably, unfounded, counterfactual conspiracy that Ukraine, not Russia, had hacked the 2016 US elections– contrary to the findings of US Intelligence agencies, the Mueller investigation and the Republican majority Senate’s report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election.  Hey, it’s a free country, yo.
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 The Senate report was quietly released, with a bit of fortuitous und grotesque irony, the day Mueller testified, completely and totally exonerating Trump of criminally conspiring with Russia’s sweeping and systematic attempts to elect him president. The very next day the totally exonerated Trump called to shake down the Ukrainian president for dirt on Biden…