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Tom Haughey

The President Suggests Treason

Truth Matters Adam Schiff is not a happy camper as a result of the president suggesting he may be guilty of treason. Schiff, you’ll remember (speaking as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee) made allegations he knew to be totally false about what Trump said to Zelensky in the transcript of their phone call. By doing so he fractured House rules and defamed the President. Since he has been attempting to topple Trump for months, his words COULD be interpreted as treasonous. At the very least they indicate a gigantic conflict of interest which in a sane world would prevent him from chairing a committee to investigate. He obviously already has his mind made up. Meanwhile new information continues to come out about the horrific behavior of Hunter Biden (which Trump thought should be investigated). It turns out that a month or two before being put on the board of that Ukrainian gas company he was kicked out of the navy for testing positive for cocaine. His ex-wife reportedly contends that he spent all his money on drugs and prostitutes. While ex-wives may not always be totally reliable when assessing their former mate, in her case she is at least partially corroborating the U.S. Navy’s account. NOW THAT’S OBVIOUSLY THE KIND OF PERSON THE UKRAINIAN GAS COMPANY WOULD WANT ON IT’S BOARD BEING PAID BETWEEN $50,000 and (according to bank records found by investigative author Peter Schweizer) $83,000 a month. Major corporations just love having cocaine addicts on their boards. Of course this was a highly unusual gas company formed by a former government official who expropriated (stole) gas wells using the force of government. That was part of the reason the prosecutor general (who was fired on Joe Biden’s orders) was investigating it. Mykola Zlochevsky had been “Ecology minister” in a previous government before being forced out. His company Burisma Holdings was believed responsible for the $1.8 billion (of $3 billion in U.S. aid to Ukraine) which had turned up missing. About the time that the British Government froze several of Mykola’s bank accounts containing $23 million in London, (according to the New York Times) he appointed Hunter Biden along with one of Joe Biden’s business partners, Devon Archer, to the board. The Brits suspected money laundering. The prosecutor general was in the middle of an investigation and delayed sending evidenciary documents. Joe then forced the prosecutor general’s firing and had him replaced by ...

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