A lot has been discovered about top politicians and their shady deals with Ukraine. No, I’m not talking about the man who has been accused of this, President Trump. I am talking about the people who have actual evidence against them that suggests this. The Democrats’ continuous attack on Trump has all but backfired and revealed a lot more about their cohorts than they probably intended to happen.
It has come to light that California Rep. Adam Schiff, who is the head of the impeachment inquiry, had lied multiple times about the “whistleblower” accusation that was brought against President Trump. Schiff is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and a committed “Never Trumper” who will apparently do anything, including making false statements, to try and hinder the president.
Unfortunately, some Democrats have shown over and over again that they are not above “trumping” up false allegations. Schiff has a history of lying, especially when it comes to accusations against Trump. For several months, Schiff insisted that he had in his possession evidence of Trump/Russia collusion during the 2016 election.
During a congressional hearing, Schiff acted out Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky and blatantly made up imaginary, untrue quotes. When you lack facts that support your case, I guess the answer is just to make things up. As long as it is in the tune of pursuing their agenda, lying from leftists is entirely acceptable in their realm.
It has now been discovered that Schiff has connections with a Ukrainian Arms Dealer. A Ukrainian man names Igor Pasternak had hosted two fundraisers asking for contributions for Schiff. This arms dealer also has strong ties to George Soros. Usually, whenever you follow the money, you often find George Soros. It has also been reported that Pasternak was in Ukraine at Joe Biden was making sure his son was appointed to the Board of Ukraine’s biggest oil and gas producer.
Donald Trump, Jr. described the Schiff situation perfectly when he said on HANNITY, “Adam Schiff is basically the Jussie Smollett of Congress, on steroids.”
Reports have come out that show that Schiff’s staff knew about the whistleblower’s complaint ahead of time. Liz Cheney, the House Republican Conference Chairman, requested answers on how and what top Democrats know about the whistleblower’s claim before it was officially made.
Nancy Pelosi made highly suspicious comments during a television interview on CBS News’ “60 Minutes.” Before the Trump Administration released the transcript of the Ukraine call or the whistleblower’s complaint, Pelosi was speaking about a conversation she had with the president.
“He told me it was perfect, that there was nothing on the call. But, I know what was in the call,” Pelosi said before quickly adding, “I mean, uh, it was in the public domain.”
After Cheney called her out on the comments, Pelosi’s defense was that Cheney had misinterpreted the question that she was asked. Congress’s legal team is suggesting that Pelosi is entering unknown territory by pursuing impeachment without creating ground rules.
For a fair impeachment inquiry, of course, I’m not holding my breath for this, Democrats need to have a plan for calling witnesses, giving access to evidence, and allowing President Trump’s lawyers to be involved in the proceedings.
Pelosi once seemed reluctant to pursue impeachment, but when actual evidence was made known publicly about top presidential democratic candidate Joe Biden, impeachment was heavily and hastily pushed. In true leftist fashion, they make sure to accuse their opponents of precisely what they do themselves.
Then there is the huge stack of evidence against former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter involving not only Ukraine but China as well. After a trip to China with his father, his firm made a deal worth a billion dollars. When Biden was asked if he ever talked to his son about his overseas business dealings, he said no. Biden stated, “I’ve never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.”
A 2014 photo has emerged that has shown Joe and Hunter Biden golfing with Devon Archer, who was serving on the board of Burisma holdings during that period.
President Trump took to Twitter to call out Biden’s blatant lie. In one of his most arguably hilarious tweets to date, it showed the picture of the Biden’s with Archer in tune to a Nickelback song with the lyrics “look at this photograph.” Sadly, Twitter shortly took down this viral video claiming copyright issues. If you missed it, please google it. It is worth it.
“No experience in Ukraine, no experience in oil, gas, energy, you get paid millions of dollars, and in China it’s even better, you fly in with the Air Force Two and you get the $1.5 billion in private equity with “Whitey” Bulger’s nephew and John Kerry’s stepson,” Sean Hannity said on his Fox News show.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll repeat it. The real whistleblower is President Trump for calling out the corruption that has been going on for much too long.
With the Republican majority in the Senate, it seems hopeful that President Trump will stay in office and will not be voted out. It requires a two-thirds vote from the Senate to impeach a president effectively. 20 out of the 53 Republican senators would have to vote to remove him. Trump’s approval rating is only increasing. Bernie is having severe health problems, Biden is falling apart more and more, so it looks like Elizabeth Warren is going to be the one to beat. It is laughable that this woman who lied about her ethnicity to gain money and power is considered competition and the possible new face of the Democratic Party.
Conservativism is under assault 24/7. Constant criticism is something that conservatives are now experiencing on a daily basis coming from the media, celebrities, elites, and politicians. This impeachment war is a political coup. Our laws in the United States are not objective, and the Constitution is not to be interpreted to fit agendas that seek to gain ultimate power.
Whether you are a Republican, Democrat, or somewhere in between, we all should be concerned that facts and evidence are no longer being sought after.