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    Fiona Hill Connects The Bidens To Corruption!

    https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/14/polit...ill/index.html


    Fiona Hill, President Donald Trump's former top Russia adviser, raised concerns about Rudy Giuliani's role in US foreign policy toward Ukraine, telling lawmakers on Monday that she saw "wrongdoing" in the American foreign policy and tried to report it to officials including the National Security Council's attorney, according to multiple sources.

    "She saw wrongdoing related to the Ukraine policy and reported it," one source said.

    The same source told CNN that Hill testified that former national security adviser John Bolton referred to Giuliani -- Trump's personal attorney -- as a "hand grenade" who was "going to blow everybody up," as first reported by The New York Times.

    Hill additionally told lawmakers about what she described as a rogue operation carried out by US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland and White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, which Bolton characterized as being like a "drug deal," that source said.


    A separate source said Hill also drew a link between Sondland and Trump in her testimony. Sondland and Trump "were in direct contact," Hill told the lawmakers, according to the source. This source said Hill said the contacts between Trump and Sondland went beyond the discussion about texts exchanged between Sondland and other American diplomats in Ukraine that have been made public.

    Hill, who was testifying before the House Intelligence, Foreign Affairs and Oversight committees under subpoena, is among the handful of current and former Trump administration members being interviewed this week by House panels as part of the Democrat-led impeachment inquiry into Trump's July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and its resulting fallout.

    Hill was concerned that Giuliani was circumventing the State Department to run what some Democrats have labeled a "shadow foreign policy" by seeking the removal of US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch and pushing for Ukraine to open an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

    Hill also told lawmakers that she was not part of Trump's July call with Zelensky. One source familiar with her testimony said she was involved in a debate within the Trump administration over what the substance of a potential call between Trump and Zelensky would cover. Another source said she had not been involved in planning for the specific call on July 25.

    By the time the call took place, Hill had left the National Security Council.

    Another source familiar said Hill testified about a July 10 meeting on Ukraine where Sondland discussed investigations, something that was interpreted as a reference to the President's call for investigations into the Bidens.

    Bolton and Hill both were concerned about the comments, and Bolton urged Hill to report the incident to National Security Council lawyer John Eisenberg, according to the source familiar with her testimony. The anecdote was first reported by the Wall Street Journal.

    Hill also told lawmakers that the confusion on Ukraine policy was a "corruption" inside the US that the Russians could exploit, according to a source with knowledge of the testimony. She said that American policy toward Ukraine has become politicized and exposed partisan divisions that Putin is able to exploit.

    Hill also spoke about the ouster of the US ambassador to Ukraine during her closed-door deposition on Monday with House lawmakers, according to multiple sources familiar with testimony.

    Hill told lawmakers that she had high praise for Yovanovitch and expressed her concerns when Yovanovitch was removed, according to sources familiar with her testimony.
    Democrats say that the role Giuliani played in Ukraine ran counter to State Department efforts to combat corruption.

    "Rudy Giuliani has clearly been a leading force for the administration in defining a shadow foreign policy in Ukraine," said Rep. Jamie Raskin, a Maryland Democrat. "There was an official foreign policy, which was attempting to counter corruption in Ukraine ... so you had two foreign policies working completely against each other"




    Gosh darn, Butler1000 as usual was right all along. The Bidens' corruption has been exposed to reveal a vast criminal conspiracy while all Trump has done is sell a "few hotel rooms."


    Add Mulvaney and the NSC lawyer John Eisenberg to the list of criminal conspirators.
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    Rudolph W. Giuliani was paid $500,000 last year by a company founded Lev Parnas, one of his business associates who was arrested last week and charged with campaign finance violations. Giuliani told The Washington Post late Monday that he was confident the money he received was legitimate and originated in the United States.

    As proof of corruption by the Bidens, Butler1000 claims Giuliani funneled this cash to Hunter Biden, who passed it on to Joe Biden. Stay tuned for more proof from Butler1000 of "Corruption by the Bidens" coming to a theater near you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khufu View Post
    Rudolph W. Giuliani was paid $500,000 last year by a company founded Lev Parnas, one of his business associates who was arrested last week and charged with campaign finance violations. Giuliani told The Washington Post late Monday that he was confident the money he received was legitimate and originated in the United States.

    As proof of corruption by the Bidens, Butler1000 claims Giuliani funneled this cash to Hunter Biden, who passed it on to Joe Biden. Stay tuned for more proof from Butler1000 of "Corruption by the Bidens" coming to a theater near you.
    Would that be classified as hard or soft corruption, medium or medium rare corruption, al dente or stir fried corruption?
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    CNN is getting outed as we speak by Project Veritas as a Democratic run Political Media machine. Damn CNN and it's internet trolls.

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    What I find amazing is now John Bolton, war monger supreme, is now a hero?

    As is a few former disgruntled state department figures who towed the Neo Con/Liberal line and were ousted or left because there were no more wars for profits.

    Oh and btw Trump and Biden can BOTH be corrupt. It isn't just one or the other.
    I endorse Senator Bernie Sanders for President in 2020.

    It is my hope Tulsi Gabbard becomes his running mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    What I find amazing is now John Bolton, war monger supreme, is now a hero?

    As is a few former disgruntled state department figures who towed the Neo Con/Liberal line and were ousted or left because there were no more wars for profits.

    Oh and btw Trump and Biden can BOTH be corrupt. It isn't just one or the other.
    Describing the criminal conspiracy being conducted by Trump out of the WH as a "drug deal" is not heroism, but merely factual.

    Which few former disgruntled state dept figures are you whining about? Yovanovitch, Fiona Hill? And please provide evidence for you claims that they were ousted or left because there were no more wars for profits.

    It is just one, and it is the one you have with delusional zeal, defended for 3 plus years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anbarandy View Post
    Describing the criminal conspiracy being conducted by Trump out of the WH as a "drug deal" is not heroism, but merely factual.

    Which few former disgruntled state dept figures are you whining about? Yovanovitch, Fiona Hill? And please provide evidence for you claims that they were ousted or left because there were no more wars for profits.

    It is just one, and it is the one you have with delusional zeal, defended for 3 plus years.
    Yes. They are, because of their disagreements with US foreign policy disgruntled. It's not the job of a diplomat to create policy but to enforce it. Period.

    Or leave if they can't. It's that simple. And this generation of them, whether soft or hard, are supporters of using the US military in foreign nations illegally.

    Iraq proves that. No one with a shred of credibility can continue to consider the policies that created that defendable.

    To do so makes you a war monger.
    I endorse Senator Bernie Sanders for President in 2020.

    It is my hope Tulsi Gabbard becomes his running mate.

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    The article posted talks nothing about Biden's corruption, it only speaks about Trump's corruption.

    The OP put a fake title on the article, none of you read the article and you are all posting replies based on the title of the article. WTF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    Yes. They are, because of their disagreements with US foreign policy disgruntled. It's not the job of a diplomat to create policy but to enforce it. Period.
    Fiona Hill left and Yovanovitch was removed as ambassador to Ukraine because they both disagreed with the Trump branded, spectacular and new American foreign policy of extorting foreign governments to fabricate dirt about Trump's main political rival at the time, Joe Biden.

    I'm heartened to hear you endorse this new foreign policy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HungSowel View Post
    The article posted talks nothing about Biden's corruption, it only speaks about Trump's corruption.

    The OP put a fake title on the article, none of you read the article and you are all posting replies based on the title of the article. WTF?
    It's referred to as a "reset".

    Wresting away fiction, to focus upon fact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HungSowel View Post
    The article posted talks nothing about Biden's corruption, it only speaks about Trump's corruption.

    The OP put a fake title on the article, none of you read the article and you are all posting replies based on the title of the article. WTF?
    Maybe the OP is just too clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anbarandy View Post
    Fiona Hill left and Yovanovitch was removed as ambassador to Ukraine because they both disagreed with the Trump branded, spectacular and new American foreign policy of extorting foreign governments to fabricate dirt about Trump's main political rival at the time, Joe Biden.

    I'm heartened to hear you endorse this new foreign policy.
    What they hated was the end of Neo Liberalism and the privelege they enjoyed because of the threat of war, invasion, and negotiation of arms deals where they didn't get a piece.
    I endorse Senator Bernie Sanders for President in 2020.

    It is my hope Tulsi Gabbard becomes his running mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anbarandy View Post
    It's referred to as a "reset".

    Wresting away fiction, to focus upon fact.
    What?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    What they hated was the end of Neo Liberalism and the privelege they enjoyed because of the threat of war, invasion, and negotiation of arms deals where they didn't get a piece.
    And the above is substantiated by what, except the delusions of make believe minds.

    Their testimony speaks for itself.

    Attempting to rebut facts with fanciful gibberish makes one a fool, a Republican and a dyed in the wool Trump apologist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    What I find amazing is now John Bolton, war monger supreme, is now a hero?
    It is actually very easy to understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    It's not the job of a diplomat to create policy but to enforce it. Period.
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    How well did that argument work out for Nazi soldiers who said they were "just following orders"?

    There is a moral responsibility to consider, which people like McConnell and Graham have cast aside as they continue to support party over country. Fortunately these diplomats are better people than those other two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    How well did that argument work out for Nazi soldiers who said they were "just following orders"?

    There is a moral responsibility to consider, which people like McConnell and Graham have cast aside as they continue to support party over country. Fortunately these diplomats are better people than those other two.
    So the moral choice is more war? More arms deals?
    I endorse Senator Bernie Sanders for President in 2020.

    It is my hope Tulsi Gabbard becomes his running mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    It is actually very easy to understand.
    I'm sure you think George Bush is great guy as well.....
    I endorse Senator Bernie Sanders for President in 2020.

    It is my hope Tulsi Gabbard becomes his running mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    ...

    Oh and btw Trump and Biden can BOTH be corrupt. It isn't just one or the other.
    Of course that's possible. At this point though, there is a shitload of evidence against the former and mainly speculation about the latter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basketcase View Post
    Of course that's possible. At this point though, there is a shitload of evidence against the former and mainly speculation about the latter.
    I think the latter is now beyond speculation. That's it's legal shows how swampy it is in Washington.

    Biden was asked about it at the debate. He wouldn't answer.
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    It is my hope Tulsi Gabbard becomes his running mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    So the moral choice is more war? More arms deals?
    Is that all you can come up with, wage war? Like you said, they do not make policy but one can make the moral choice to voice your disapproval, either to your bosses or to outside the organization. Expose the wrongdoings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    I'm sure you think George Bush is great guy as well.....
    I have no idea where that is coming from but since you bring it up, compared to trump, Bush IS a great guy.

    And compared to trump, Bolton who was not afraid to challenge trump, is also a great guy and if he exposes trump's nefarious and/or stupid dealings and help bring about his demise can be looked at as somewhat heroic (to your amazement again, I assume).

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    I have no idea where that is coming from but since you bring it up, compared to trump, Bush IS a great guy.

    And compared to trump, Bolton who was not afraid to challenge trump, is also a great guy and if he exposes trump's nefarious and/or stupid dealings and help bring about his demise can be looked at as somewhat heroic (to your amazement again, I assume).
    Nice. So you fully support the Iraq war and its aftermath. Btgat was based on a lie....

    One lie. But the biggest one of the 21st century.
    I endorse Senator Bernie Sanders for President in 2020.

    It is my hope Tulsi Gabbard becomes his running mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler1000 View Post
    Nice. So you fully support the Iraq war and its aftermath. Btgat was based on a lie....

    One lie. But the biggest one of the 21st century.
    So typical. Trying to hijack the thread when your initial wild accusations prove indefensible. Then you carry on and on and on and on and on. Almost non-stop. You seem to have a lot of time on your hands posting day and night on so many threads. Wow!

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