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🌟 IMPEACHMENT SCORE 🌠
« on: September 25, 2019, 08:46:29 pm »
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September 24 2019, 6:36 p.m.

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That grassroots anger was translating into primary challenges, he noted, and needlessly furious constituents. Rep. 🙉 Cheri 😈 Bustos, the chair of the Democratic ::) Congressional Campaign 🐉💵🎩🦕 Committee, and a champion of doing nothing when it came to 🦀 Trump, had recently counted as many as 111 primaries, far more than a typical cycle.




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From yesterday to today, several more Democrats have joined the Impeachment bandwagon 👍. As it stand today, 46% of Congress (200 of 236 Democrats, 1 of 1 Independents, 0 of 199 😈 Republicans) supports the Impeachment of Trump.

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"Trump Call to Ukraine was a CLASSIC MAFIA SHAKEDOWN" - Intel Committee Chief Schiff

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Re: 🌟 IMPEACHMENT SCORE 🌠
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2019, 09:07:41 pm »
September 25, 2019 9:00 P.M.

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“We’ve Reached Critical Mass”: Rep. Al Green on Pelosi Vow to Impeach Trump for “Dastardly Deeds”
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Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has launched a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump following allegations from an intelligence community whistleblower that Trump sought help from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in a July 25 phone call to investigate Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

On Tuesday, the Republican-controlled Senate unanimously passed a nonbinding resolution calling for the Trump administration to release the whistleblower complaint to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.

We get response and look at next steps with Congressmember Al Green, Democrat from Texas, who in 2017 was the first congressmember to call for President Trump’s impeachment from the floor of the House of Representatives.

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Acting director of national intelligence threatened to resign if he couldn't speak freely before Congress
Source: Washington Post

The acting Director of National Intelligence threatened to resign over concerns that the White House might attempt to force him to stonewall Congress when he testifies Thursday about an explosive whistleblower complaint about the president, according to current and former U.S. officials familiar with the matter.

The revelation reflects the extraordinary tensions between the White House and the nation’s highest-ranking intelligence official over a matter that has triggered impeachment proceedings against President Trump.

The officials said that Joseph Maguire, who was thrust into the top intelligence post last month, warned the White House that he was not willing to withhold information from Congress, where he is scheduled to testify in open and closed hearings on Thursday.

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Re: 🌟 IMPEACHMENT SCORE 🌠
« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2019, 09:41:38 pm »

Pentagon Letter Undercuts Trump Assertion On "Delaying Aid To Ukraine Over Corruption"
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Earlier this week, President Trump cited concerns about corruption as his rationale for blocking security assistance to Ukraine. But in a letter sent to four congressional committees in May of this year and obtained by NPR, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy John Rood informs lawmakers that he has "certified that the Government of Ukraine has taken substantial actions to make defense institutional reforms for the purposes of decreasing corruption [and] increasing accountability."

The certification was required by law for the release of $250 million in security assistance for Ukraine. That aid was blocked by the White House until Sept. 11 and has since been released. It must be spent before Sept. 30, the end of the fiscal year.

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Re: 🌟 IMPEACHMENT SCORE 🌠
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Ukrainians understood Biden probe was condition for Trump-Zelenskiy phone call: Ukrainian adviserSource: ABC

When Ukrainians voted to elect comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy as their next president in the spring of 2019, the fledgling administration was eager to coordinate a phone call with Kyiv’s most important benefactor -- the United States, according to an adviser to Zelenskiy.

But after weeks of discussions with American officials, Ukrainian officials came to recognize a precondition to any executive correspondence, the adviser said.

"It was clear that [President Donald] 🦀 Trump will only have communications if they will discuss the Biden case," said Serhiy Leshchenko, an anti-corruption advocate and former member of Ukraine's Parliament, who now acts as an adviser to Zelenskiy. "This issue was raised many times. I know that Ukrainian officials understood."

The Trump administration’s alleged insistence that the two leaders discuss a prospective investigation into Biden, one of the president’s political opponents, casts his July 25 conversation with Zelenskiy in a new light.

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Re: 🌟 IMPEACHMENT SCORE 🌠
« Reply #6 on: September 25, 2019, 11:20:05 pm »
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The Ukraine Scandal Is Not One Phone Call. It’s a Massive Plot.
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On July 25, President Trump held a phone call in which he repeatedly leaned on Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden and Paul Manafort’s prosecutors. The episode is so blatantly inappropriate even Trump’s most fervent apologists are, with a few exceptions, having trouble defending it. What they are trying to do, instead, is define this phone call as the entire scandal. Trump emphasizes that he “didn’t specifically mention the explicit quid pro quo” of military aid in return for the investigation.

That is true, as far as it goes. The quid pro quo in the call, though perfectly apparent, is mostly implicit. But the real trick in Trump’s defense is framing the call as the entire scandal. The scandal is much more than that. The call is a snapshot, a moment in time in a months-long campaign that put American policy toward Ukraine at the disposal of Trump’s personal interests and reelection campaign.

Last spring, Rudy Giuliani was openly pressuring Kiev to investigate Joe Biden. Giuliani told the New York Times, “We’re meddling in an investigation … because that information will be very, very helpful to my client.” The key word there was “we’re.” The first-person plural indicated Giuliani was not carrying out this mission alone. A series of reports have revealed how many other government officials were involved in the scheme.

When Trump ordered military aid to Ukraine to be frozen, he went through his chief of staff and budget director Mick Mulvaney. Congress had passed the aid, and Ukraine was under military attack from Russia, a fact that made the halting of the assistance worrisome to numerous officials in two branches of government. As the Times reported, lawmakers and State Department staffers were asking why the money hadn’t gone through.

They were given cover stories: Lawmakers “were first told the assistance was being reviewed to determine whether it was in the best interest of foreign policy,” the Times reported this week. “Other administration officials said, without detail, there was a review on corruption in Ukraine, according to current and former officials. Then, as August drew to a close, other officials told lawmakers they were trying to gauge the effectiveness of the aid, a claim that struck congressional aides as odd.”

Lots of officials were involved in disseminating these cover stories to hide the fact that Trump held back the aid to leverage Ukraine to investigate Biden. One of them was Mike Pence, who told some confused officials that the aid was being held up “based on concerns from the White House about ‘issues of corruption.’” Pence knew perfectly well what this really meant — asked point blank if the aid was being held up over Ukraine’s failure to investigate Biden, he replied “as President Trump had me make clear, we have great concerns about issues of corruption.” In other words, yes, Ukraine needed to investigate Biden if it wanted the money.

Giuliani, though is the central figure. He has employed very little subterfuge. Giuliani told the Washington Post he kept Trump informed of his work in Ukraine for months, and declared, “My narrow interest is for the benefit of my client.” The apparent reason for his candor was to make it known to Ukraine that he was not a goofy cable-television blatherer but the president’s designated representative for Ukraine policy. If Ukraine wanted to get anything done, it had to work with Rudy.

Ukraine got the message. Its officials “expressed concern to U.S. senators that the aid had been held up as a penalty for resisting that pressure” to investigate Biden, reports the Wall Street Journal.

American foreign policy operates in regimented and bureaucratized ways. Turning over the machinery to the president’s personal attorney, who is not a foreign-policy expert or even a government employee, distorted the entire process, in ways that were noticeable throughout the government. The Washington Post has the most detailed account of the contortions. Giuliani circumvented unhelpful diplomats, even replacing one deemed troublesome. Several meetings on Ukraine policy at the White House leading up to the July 25 call “led some participants to fear that Trump and those close to him appeared prepared to use U.S. leverage with the new leader of Ukraine for Trump’s political gain.”

The White House–issued summary of Trump’s phone call with Zelensky shows the American president pressing his counterpart to undertake the twin investigations. After Trump asks Zelensky to investigate Biden, and Zelensky makes accommodating noises in response, Trump promises to have Giuliani and Attorney General William Barr call him. Barr also was involved in preventing Congress from seeing the whistle-blower complaint, and the call summary shows that he had a personal interest in doing so. Add Barr to the list of impeachment witnesses.

There may be many others. Last night on Fox News, Giuliani held up a phone he said included messages with official authorization for his activities. “You know who I did it at the request of? The State Department,” he said. The scheme to shake down Ukraine was a massive plot, spreading through the government and corrupting multiple officials. Trump had a lot of accomplices.

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Photo-Illustration: Intelligencer. Photos: Getty Images

On July 25, President Trump held a phone call in which he repeatedly leaned on Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden and Paul Manafort’s prosecutors. The episode is so blatantly inappropriate even Trump’s most fervent apologists are, with a few exceptions, having trouble defending it. What they are trying to do, instead, is define this phone call as the entire scandal. Trump emphasizes that he “didn’t specifically mention the explicit quid pro quo” of military aid in return for the investigation.

That is true, as far as it goes. The quid pro quo in the call, though perfectly apparent, is mostly implicit. But the real trick in Trump’s defense is framing the call as the entire scandal. The scandal is much more than that. The call is a snapshot, a moment in time in a months-long campaign that put American policy toward Ukraine at the disposal of Trump’s personal interests and reelection campaign.

Last spring, Rudy Giuliani was openly pressuring Kiev to investigate Joe Biden. Giuliani told the New York Times, “We’re meddling in an investigation … because that information will be very, very helpful to my client.” The key word there was “we’re.” The first-person plural indicated Giuliani was not carrying out this mission alone. A series of reports have revealed how many other government officials were involved in the scheme.

When Trump ordered military aid to Ukraine to be frozen, he went through his chief of staff and budget director Mick Mulvaney. Congress had passed the aid, and Ukraine was under military attack from Russia, a fact that made the halting of the assistance worrisome to numerous officials in two branches of government. As the Times reported, lawmakers and State Department staffers were asking why the money hadn’t gone through.

They were given cover stories: Lawmakers “were first told the assistance was being reviewed to determine whether it was in the best interest of foreign policy,” the Times reported this week. “Other administration officials said, without detail, there was a review on corruption in Ukraine, according to current and former officials. Then, as August drew to a close, other officials told lawmakers they were trying to gauge the effectiveness of the aid, a claim that struck congressional aides as odd.”

Lots of officials were involved in disseminating these cover stories to hide the fact that Trump held back the aid to leverage Ukraine to investigate Biden. One of them was Mike Pence, who told some confused officials that the aid was being held up “based on concerns from the White House about ‘issues of corruption.’” Pence knew perfectly well what this really meant — asked point blank if the aid was being held up over Ukraine’s failure to investigate Biden, he replied “as President Trump had me make clear, we have great concerns about issues of corruption.” In other words, yes, Ukraine needed to investigate Biden if it wanted the money.

Giuliani, though is the central figure. He has employed very little subterfuge. Giuliani told the Washington Post he kept Trump informed of his work in Ukraine for months, and declared, “My narrow interest is for the benefit of my client.” The apparent reason for his candor was to make it known to Ukraine that he was not a goofy cable-television blatherer but the president’s designated representative for Ukraine policy. If Ukraine wanted to get anything done, it had to work with Rudy.

Ukraine got the message. Its officials “expressed concern to U.S. senators that the aid had been held up as a penalty for resisting that pressure” to investigate Biden, reports the Wall Street Journal.

American foreign policy operates in regimented and bureaucratized ways. Turning over the machinery to the president’s personal attorney, who is not a foreign-policy expert or even a government employee, distorted the entire process, in ways that were noticeable throughout the government. The Washington Post has the most detailed account of the contortions. Giuliani circumvented unhelpful diplomats, even replacing one deemed troublesome. Several meetings on Ukraine policy at the White House leading up to the July 25 call “led some participants to fear that Trump and those close to him appeared prepared to use U.S. leverage with the new leader of Ukraine for Trump’s political gain.”

The White House–issued summary of Trump’s phone call with Zelensky shows the American president pressing his counterpart to undertake the twin investigations. After Trump asks Zelensky to investigate Biden, and Zelensky makes accommodating noises in response, Trump promises to have Giuliani and Attorney General William Barr call him. Barr also was involved in preventing Congress from seeing the whistle-blower complaint, and the call summary shows that he had a personal interest in doing so. Add Barr to the list of impeachment witnesses.

There may be many others. Last night on Fox News, Giuliani held up a phone he said included messages with official authorization for his activities. “You know who I did it at the request of? The State Department,” he said. The scheme to shake down Ukraine was a massive plot, spreading through the government and corrupting multiple officials. Trump had a lot of accomplices.

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Re: 🌟 IMPEACHMENT SCORE 🌠
« Reply #9 on: September 26, 2019, 05:59:12 pm »
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Sep 26 2019, 2:34 PM

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Welch knocks intel chief’s handling of whistleblower complaint

Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., questioned acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire during Thursday’s hearing. U.S. House feed
Rep. Peter Welch called Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire’s approach to handling the whistleblower complaint detailing President Donald Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president in July  “a dilemma for our democracy.”

Just days after House Democrats announced they are launching an impeachment inquiry over the phone call, Vermont’s lone House member others on the House Intelligence Committee questioned Maguire, who did not forward the whistleblower complaint to Congress when he received it in August.

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The chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff of California, and other Democratic members of the panel have accused Maguire of violating the law by failing to give the complaint to lawmakers.

In the document, which was made public on Thursday, the whistleblower voiced concern about Trump’s call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on July 25, and his request that the leader investigate former vice president and 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden.

The whistleblower also reported that White House officials attempted to “lock down” records of the call between Trump and Zelensky.

Maguire told the committee on Thursday that he handled the complaint  “in full compliance with the law at all times” and that his delay in providing lawmakers with the document stemmed from his concerns over executive privilege.

But Welch and other Democrats said that they disagreed with Maguire’s handling of the complaint, and that he should have provided it to Congress promptly.

“Under your 🙉 🙊 approach as you saw it, it means that no one would be investigating the underlying conduct because in this case executive privilege applies, and number two the president who had the conversation is above the law,” Welch said. “So that’s a dilemma for our democracy is it not?”

Schiff, the committee chair, also told Maguire it was inappropriate for him to withhold the complaint.

You stood silent when an intelligence professional under your care and protection was ridiculed by the president, was accused of potentially betraying his or her country when that whistleblower by their fact of coming forward has shown more dedication to country, more of an understanding of the president’s oath office than the president has ever demonstrated,” Schiff said.

Republicans on the committee defended Maguire, who said that this whistleblower case is different than others because it involves the president, who does not fall under the authority of his office.

“I think you’re nuts if you think you’re going to convince the American people that your cause is just by attacking this man,” Rep. Chris Stuart, R-Utah, told Democrats Thursday. “[It’s] clear that he felt there’s a discrepancy, a potential deficiency in the law. He was trying to do the right thing.”

Rep. 😈 Devin Nunes, R-Calif., the former chair, blasted the Democrats’ complaint as highly politicized and called it the “rollout” of their “latest operation warfare against the president.”


While Welch criticized Maguire, he said he didn’t think the intelligence chief handled the complaint in bad faith.

“I disagree with some of the decisions you made, but I have no doubt whatsoever that the same sense of duty that you applied in your long and illustrious career guided you as you made these decisions,” Welch told Maguire, a retired Navy Vice Admiral and high-ranking official at the National Counterterrorism Center.

https://vtdigger.org/2019/09/26/welch-knocks-intel-chiefs-handling-of-whistleblower-complaint/
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Re: 🌟 IMPEACHMENT SCORE 🌠
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How Much Was Trump Zelensky Conversation Redacted?
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How Much Was Trump Zelensky Conversation Redacted?
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Donald Trump's crimes are coming to light and we have the updates from everything you are going to want to know from this declassified whistle blower complaint, the testimony from Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire and much more

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Re: 🌟 IMPEACHMENT SCORE 🌠
« Reply #14 on: September 26, 2019, 11:12:15 pm »
Two Republican governors say they support impeachment inquiry of 🦀 Trump
Source: Washington Post

For the first time, two Republican governors have publicly supported the impeachment inquiry of President Trump, a new development in an intensifying political fracas that has so far been largely partisan.

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, both outspoken critics of Trump from the Northeast, said Thursday that they favored the investigation, but Scott added that he would wait for more information before calling for further action against the president.

In a statement to The Washington Post, Scott called the inquiry “appropriate” and said it is a key part of Congress’s duty as a co-equal branch of government.

“I think we have much more to learn and need to understand all the facts as this serious allegation is considered,“ he said. "Congress has a solemn responsibility to every American to fulfill its role in our government system of checks and balances.”

Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2019/09/26/two-republican-governors-say-they-support-impeachment-inquiry-trump/
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