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Giuliani will ‘absolutely’ face criminal charges for Ukraine meddling:
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Good read:

Giuliani's journey to the center of Trump's impeachment battle started with a phone call in 2018

By Michael Warren, CNN

Updated 1:18 PM ET, Sun September 29, 201

"Washington (CNN)For Rudy Giuliani, the final week of September could very well go down as the most consequential stretch of days in his long public career since he led New York City through the tragedy of 9/11.

Things started benignly enough. On Friday night, September 20, the President's personal attorney attended a black-tie state dinner at the White House, smiling for cameras alongside his girlfriend Maria Ryan. Yet a week later, Giuliani was under siege, and at the heart of events that have led to the first formal impeachment inquiry into a president in 20 years.

In between, Giuliani conducted a one-man messaging war, going on Fox News at least four times, talking to numerous reporters, and sending more than 50 tweets, many of which were about Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and their alleged dealings in Ukraine.

It was a surreal climax for Giuliani's 10-month, quixotic mission aimed at proving his theory that the origins of the investigation into Russian election interference can be traced back to Democrats' dealings in Ukraine.

Along the way he went to Warsaw, Madrid, and very nearly Ukraine. He met with foreign nationals, coordinated with US State Department officials, dropped vague, confusing accusations in cable-TV appearances, and ceaselessly pitched US journalists on what he claims is one of the biggest scandals in modern American history— all while whispering in Donald Trump's ear about how Ukraine contained the keys to revealing truths about the President's political rivals.


The loose, slipshod strategy was designed to push a counternarrative about the true origins of the Russian investigation. (Stirring up trouble for Biden was an added benefit.) Instead, in a dizzying reversal, Giuliani's actions boomeranged back on the President this week with stunning speed.

By Friday, not only were Trump and Giuliani's Ukraine dealings the focus of the impeachment inquiry, but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had been subpoenaed and the top US diplomat to Ukraine had resigned.

Giuliani himself now faces the prospect of being in the crosshairs of the House's impeachment investigation.

Speaking Friday with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Rep. Mike Quigley, an Illinois Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, did not rule out calling on Giuliani to testify or even subpoenaing him. "I obviously have several questions for him," Quigley said.

Giuliani said he would not testify without consulting his client, Trump, and that testimony about his work for the President should be protected by attorney-client privilege.
"Ultimately, if I were to say yes and he were to say no, I can't testify," Giuliani told CNN Friday. Not long after, news broke that he had told Sky News essentially the opposite that he would in fact testify.

Asked if he was concerned he would be subpoenaed by the House, Giuliani laughed.
"I consider them a joke. A sad joke. They have no legitimacy. I would think of challenging their subpoena on the grounds that they're not a legitimate committee," Giuliani said.


Through it all, Giuliani has put up a defiant front. "What they should be doing is giving me an award for uncovering something that when it's looked back on, someone's going to say, 'Why were you all asleep?'" he told CNN Thursday.

Rudy goes rogue

Giuliani's role in Ukraine can be traced back to November 2018, when he was contacted by someone he describes as a "well-known investigator" who connected him with a Ukrainian-American businessman in Florida named Lev Parnas.
Through Parnas, who did not respond to CNN's request for comment, Giuliani began speaking with multiple Ukrainian nationals about information about two subjects of interest to his client, President Trump.

The first regarded what Giuliani has described as collusion between Democrats and Ukraine during the 2016 election. The second is the claim that Vice President Biden had pressured Ukraine to halt an investigation connected to his own son.
One of the people Giuliani says he spoke with in December 2018, over Skype, was Viktor Shokin, Ukraine's former prosecutor general. In 2016, Biden was among multiple Western leaders who successfully urged Ukraine to dismiss Shokin from the country's top prosecutor position, citing his insufficient work to root out corruption.

But Shokin told Giuliani a different story: that he was pushed out to stop an investigation into Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas company that included Hunter Biden as a compensated board member.

That story is littered with holes, and neither Giuliani nor anyone else has provided any evidence of actual wrongdoing by Biden or his son.

"Not one single credible outlet has given any credibility to his assertion," Biden said Friday. "Not one single one, and so I have no comment except the President should start to be president."

There is no evidence Hunter Biden was ever under investigation.

According to a report from Bloomberg, the Ukrainian government's case against Burisma had been "dormant" since 2014, two years before Shokin was dismissed at Biden's urging. Furthermore, Biden was also joined in his anti-corruption push against the prosecutor by numerous leaders in Europe as well as the International Monetary Fund -- none of whom had any family ties to Burisma.

But the idea intrigued Giuliani. "I said, 'Holy sh*t, what's that all about?'" he told CNN earlier this year.

Giuliani kept pursuing both stories, the Biden allegations and the so-called collusion in the 2016 election. Giuliani says he twice met with Shokin's successor as prosecutor general, Yuriy Lutsenko -- in New York in January 2019, then in Warsaw in February. Giuliani told CNN he learned more about both cases from Lutsenko, and that he also heard about Lutsenko's dissatisfaction with the US ambassador's supposed request that he drop certain prosecutions. In an April interview with the Babel, a Ukrainian news outlet, Lutsenko confirmed this account of their conversations."

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https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/29/politics/...index.html

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RE: Giuliani will ‘absolutely’ face criminal charges for Ukraine meddling:
Isabella  Wrote: (09-29-2019 10:10 PM)
Good read:

Giuliani's journey to the center of Trump's impeachment battle started with a phone call in 2018

By Michael Warren, CNN

Updated 1:18 PM ET, Sun September 29, 201

"Washington (CNN)For Rudy Giuliani, the final week of September could very well go down as the most consequential stretch of days in his long public career since he led New York City through the tragedy of 9/11.

Things started benignly enough. On Friday night, September 20, the President's personal attorney attended a black-tie state dinner at the White House, smiling for cameras alongside his girlfriend Maria Ryan. Yet a week later, Giuliani was under siege, and at the heart of events that have led to the first formal impeachment inquiry into a president in 20 years.

In between, Giuliani conducted a one-man messaging war, going on Fox News at least four times, talking to numerous reporters, and sending more than 50 tweets, many of which were about Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and their alleged dealings in Ukraine.

It was a surreal climax for Giuliani's 10-month, quixotic mission aimed at proving his theory that the origins of the investigation into Russian election interference can be traced back to Democrats' dealings in Ukraine.

Along the way he went to Warsaw, Madrid, and very nearly Ukraine. He met with foreign nationals, coordinated with US State Department officials, dropped vague, confusing accusations in cable-TV appearances, and ceaselessly pitched US journalists on what he claims is one of the biggest scandals in modern American history— all while whispering in Donald Trump's ear about how Ukraine contained the keys to revealing truths about the President's political rivals.


The loose, slipshod strategy was designed to push a counternarrative about the true origins of the Russian investigation. (Stirring up trouble for Biden was an added benefit.) Instead, in a dizzying reversal, Giuliani's actions boomeranged back on the President this week with stunning speed.

By Friday, not only were Trump and Giuliani's Ukraine dealings the focus of the impeachment inquiry, but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had been subpoenaed and the top US diplomat to Ukraine had resigned.

Giuliani himself now faces the prospect of being in the crosshairs of the House's impeachment investigation.

Speaking Friday with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Rep. Mike Quigley, an Illinois Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, did not rule out calling on Giuliani to testify or even subpoenaing him. "I obviously have several questions for him," Quigley said.

Giuliani said he would not testify without consulting his client, Trump, and that testimony about his work for the President should be protected by attorney-client privilege.
"Ultimately, if I were to say yes and he were to say no, I can't testify," Giuliani told CNN Friday. Not long after, news broke that he had told Sky News essentially the opposite that he would in fact testify.

Asked if he was concerned he would be subpoenaed by the House, Giuliani laughed.
"I consider them a joke. A sad joke. They have no legitimacy. I would think of challenging their subpoena on the grounds that they're not a legitimate committee," Giuliani said.


Through it all, Giuliani has put up a defiant front. "What they should be doing is giving me an award for uncovering something that when it's looked back on, someone's going to say, 'Why were you all asleep?'" he told CNN Thursday.

Rudy goes rogue

Giuliani's role in Ukraine can be traced back to November 2018, when he was contacted by someone he describes as a "well-known investigator" who connected him with a Ukrainian-American businessman in Florida named Lev Parnas.
Through Parnas, who did not respond to CNN's request for comment, Giuliani began speaking with multiple Ukrainian nationals about information about two subjects of interest to his client, President Trump.

The first regarded what Giuliani has described as collusion between Democrats and Ukraine during the 2016 election. The second is the claim that Vice President Biden had pressured Ukraine to halt an investigation connected to his own son.
One of the people Giuliani says he spoke with in December 2018, over Skype, was Viktor Shokin, Ukraine's former prosecutor general. In 2016, Biden was among multiple Western leaders who successfully urged Ukraine to dismiss Shokin from the country's top prosecutor position, citing his insufficient work to root out corruption.

But Shokin told Giuliani a different story: that he was pushed out to stop an investigation into Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas company that included Hunter Biden as a compensated board member.

That story is littered with holes, and neither Giuliani nor anyone else has provided any evidence of actual wrongdoing by Biden or his son.

"Not one single credible outlet has given any credibility to his assertion," Biden said Friday. "Not one single one, and so I have no comment except the President should start to be president."

There is no evidence Hunter Biden was ever under investigation.

According to a report from Bloomberg, the Ukrainian government's case against Burisma had been "dormant" since 2014, two years before Shokin was dismissed at Biden's urging. Furthermore, Biden was also joined in his anti-corruption push against the prosecutor by numerous leaders in Europe as well as the International Monetary Fund -- none of whom had any family ties to Burisma.

But the idea intrigued Giuliani. "I said, 'Holy sh*t, what's that all about?'" he told CNN earlier this year.

Giuliani kept pursuing both stories, the Biden allegations and the so-called collusion in the 2016 election. Giuliani says he twice met with Shokin's successor as prosecutor general, Yuriy Lutsenko -- in New York in January 2019, then in Warsaw in February. Giuliani told CNN he learned more about both cases from Lutsenko, and that he also heard about Lutsenko's dissatisfaction with the US ambassador's supposed request that he drop certain prosecutions. In an April interview with the Babel, a Ukrainian news outlet, Lutsenko confirmed this account of their conversations."

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https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/29/politics/...index.html

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When you see desperation like this from the left about them not wanting their corruption to come out you know we have hit the target Biden!

Nothing like a troll that replies without looking at the op. 1 minute. What a loser.
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Look yet another thread fail by LOP's favorite commie. OP being wrong so often has to hurt like a MF.
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When you see desperation like this from the left about them not wanting their corruption to come out you know we have hit the target Biden!

Nothing like a troll that replies without looking at the op. 1 minute. What a loser.

On the contrary...not reading any of the op at all may be the wisest thing one can do.
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Reincarnated from the Third Reich Stephen Miller
Gym Jordan
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Trump loyalists are working hard defend the president. It isn't going well

Stephen Miller struggles on Fox News, and other lowlights from the Sunday morning efforts to defend the president.

By Aaron Rupar @atrupar Sep 29, 2019, 1:30pm EDT

"Following a week in which an abuse of power scandal about President Donald Trump’s Ukraine dealings pushed Democrats toward impeachment, and a weekend in which Trump’s dismissiveness about Russian election interference came under new scrutiny, a number of Trump loyalists joined the Sunday morning news talk shows to try and defend the president. Their efforts did not go well, and produced a number of cringeworthy moments.

In fairness, Trump defenders faced an uphill battle. The whistleblower complaint at the center of the growing Ukraine scandal about Trump trying to strongarm the Ukrainian government into investigating Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has already been corroborated in key respects by the White House. The whistleblower accused Trump of using a July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to “advance his personal interests” by pushing for an investigation of Biden, and a memo about the call released by the White House indicates that did in fact happen. The whistleblower also alleged that officials went to extraordinary lengths to restrict the dissemination of information about that call, and the White House has acknowledged that happened as well.

But even granting the difficulty of their task, Trump loyalists were still remarkably unequipped to make a case for their president.

Notably, White House adviser Stephen Miller was taken to task by Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday. In stark contrast to the way Trump loyalists are usually treated by Wallace’s network, the Fox News Sunday host wouldn’t let Miller get away with the deflections he tried to use to twist Trump’s Ukraine scandal in one about Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

“This is an exercise in obfuscation,” Wallace said at one point, after Miller repeatedly refused to answer questions about why Trump would ever think it was appropriate to use his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, to push for investigations of Biden, and about why Trump went against the guidance of his own Pentagon and State Department and decided to temporarily withhold aid to the country — aid that Trump appears to have used as leverage to get the Ukrainian government to investigate Biden.


Instead of defending Trump on the merits, Miller focused on pushing conspiracy theories about the Bidens — but even so, he couldn’t cite a single law that he thought was broken

And the interview ended with Wallace repeatedly correcting misstatements Miller made about the scope of Trump’s powers and about the “coequal” relationship between the executive branch and a Congress that seems to be moving toward impeachment hearings.


Miller’s performance was poor, but he was far from alone on Sunday in that regard.
“You’ve got an opinion, I’ve got an opinion”

On CNN’s State of the Union, one of Trump’s staunchest defenders in Congress, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), employed a strategy for defending Trump was similar to Miller’s — namely, trying to change the topic by pushing unfounded allegations about the Bidens

But as host Jake Tapper highlighted, Jordan was skating on thin ice. Because while he has no problem tossing around unsubstantiated allegations about the Bidens, Jordan — a former assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State — has recently been under scrutiny for allegedly turning a blind eye to a sexual abuse scandal at the school.

“I would think somebody who has been accused of things in the last year or two would be more sensitive about throwing out wild allegations against people,” admonished Tapper, who at other points called Jordan out for his hypocrisy."

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https://www.vox.com/2019/9/29/20889765/t...hanopoulos

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Anthony Scaramucci
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.⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ is right. It is a Witch hunt. The @gop gray soldiers will apologize once he is gone.

funny picture he posted:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EFqCO8QVUAA5-_x.jpg
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The only ones I see working hard are the Communist propagandist...must be Sunday morning.
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If this was the 1950's Rudy would already have been HUNG
or fried in the Electric Chair.



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LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-29-2019 10:30 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-29-2019 09:29 PM)
When you see desperation like this from the left about them not wanting their corruption to come out you know we have hit the target Biden!

Nothing like a troll that replies without looking at the op. 1 minute. What a loser.

You're the perfect example of why Trump said he "loves the poorly educated".


"Mueller Report: Assange Smeared Seth Rich to Cover for Russians

Julian Assange repeatedly blamed Seth Rich, the murdered DNC staffer, for Russia’s leaks.

The Mueller report shows that Assange was lying from the start.

Kevin Poulsen

Sr. National Security Correspondent
Published 04.18.19 8:57PM ET

Snips:

"Julian Assange not only knew that a murdered Democratic National Committee staffer wasn’t his source for thousands of hacked party emails, he was in active contact with his real sources in Russia’s GRU months after Seth Rich’s death. At the same time he was publicly working to shift blame onto the slain staffer “to obscure the source of the materials he was releasing,” Special Counsel Robert Mueller asserts in his final report on Russia’s role in the 2016 presidential election.

“After the U.S. intelligence community publicly announced its assessment that Russia was behind the hacking operation, Assange continued to deny that the Clinton materials released by WikiLeaks had come from Russian hacking,” the report reads. “According to media reports, Assange told a U.S. congressman that the DNC hack was an ‘inside job,’ and purported to have ‘physical proof’ that Russians did not give materials to Assange.”


Thursday’s long-anticipated release adds new details about Assange’s interactions with the officers in Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate. Still, it leaves one question unanswered: Why was Assange so determined to exonerate the Russian intelligence agents who gave him the material?

As laid out by Mueller, Assange’s involvement in Russia’s election interference began with a June 14, 2016 direct message to WikiLeaks’ Twitter account from “DC Leaks,” one of the false fronts created by the Russians to launder their hacked material.

“You announced your organization was preparing to publish more Hillary's emails,” the message read, according to Mueller’s report. “We are ready to support you. We have some sensitive information too, in particular, her financial documents. Let's do it together. What do you think about publishing our info at the same moment? Thank you

A week later, WikiLeaks reached out to a second GRU persona, Guccifer 2.0, and pitched WikiLeaks as the best outlet for the hacked material. On July 14, 2016, GRU officers used a Guccifer 2.0 email address to send WikiLeaks an encrypted one-gigabyte file named “wk dnc link I .txt.gpg.”

Assange confirmed receipt, and on July 22 he published 20,000 DNC emails stolen during the GRU’s breach.


By then, it was no secret where the documents came from.

The computer security firm CrowdStrike had already published its technical report on the DNC breach, which laid out a trail leading directly to Moscow and the GRU. Analysts at ThreatConnect independently presented evidence that Guccifer 2.0 and DC Leaks were fictional creations of that agency.



But rather than refuse to comment on his sources, as he’s done in other cases, Assange used his platform to deny that he got the material from Russians, and make statements at an alternative theory.

On August 9, 2016, WikiLeaks’] Twitter feed announced a $20,000 reward for “information leading to conviction for the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.”


Even as he was ruthlessly framing Rich to protect himself, the GRU, or both, Assange was privately communicating with his real sources to arrange the transfer of the second election leak, material the GRU stole from John Podesta’s Gmail account.

[b]The Mueller report quotes from cryptic emails and messages exchanged between WikiLeaks and the GRU accounts in September 2016, and based on metadata, Mueller suspects the transfer occurred on SeptBut the actual transmittal of the massive Podesta haul evidently took place in a channel that Mueller couldn’t crack. The report notes the possibility that, this time, the files were simply carried into the Ecuadorian Embassy by one of Assange’s visitors.

“Both the GRU and WikiLeaks sought to hide their communications, which has limited the Office's ability to collect all of the communications between them,” the report notes. “The Office cannot rule out that stolen documents were transferred to WikiLeaks through intermediaries who visited during the summer of 2016.”

In the end, the most charitable interpretation of Assange’s “dissembling” as Mueller calls it, in the Seth Rich hoax is that he genuinely couldn’t rule out the possibility that Rich was his source. The Mueller report demolished that final moral refuge. Rich had been dead four days when Assange received the DNC files.

WikiLeaks reacted to the Mueller report Thursday with a Trump-like tweet claiming vindication. “WikiLeaks has always been confident that this investigation would vindicate our groundbreaking publishing of the 2016 materials which it has,” the group wrote. Adding a cavieth calling for “full transparency” from the Justice Department.

“We disapprove of the large redactions,” WikiLeaks wrote, “which permit conspiracy theories to abound.”


https://www.thedailybeast.com/mueller-re...r-russians

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Nuh uh!
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Treebeard  Wrote: (09-29-2019 10:47 PM)
Anthony Scaramucci
‏Verified account @Scaramucci
49m49 minutes ago

.⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ is right. It is a Witch hunt. The @gop gray soldiers will apologize once he is gone.

funny picture he posted:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EFqCO8QVUAA5-_x.jpg

Trump has already twitted 100 X about the Impeachment.chuckle



lol

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Luvapottamus  Wrote: (09-29-2019 10:07 PM)
He Man  Wrote: (09-29-2019 09:53 PM)
No it was not actually. That was all looked at carefully by the FBI, then they said she didn't do anything bad enough to be indicted. She broke rules but didn't break any actual indictable laws.

lol

They can't know that without the EVIDENCE.

Which she destroyed.

chuckle

The point being that her destruction of the server and her phones was done legally if not ethically. And the destruction was needed to make sure there was not a possibility of her state department security information getting out.

This is really a non indictable series of events and you know that. Where is your concern about the proven use of encrypted apps and personal phones and computers for government emails and untraceable government calls by Jared and Ivanka?

Those are actual crimes and you should be upset about that right?

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RE: Giuliani will ‘absolutely’ face criminal charges for Ukraine meddling:
Isabella  Wrote: (09-29-2019 11:42 PM)
Treebeard  Wrote: (09-29-2019 10:47 PM)
Anthony Scaramucci
‏Verified account @Scaramucci
49m49 minutes ago

.⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ is right. It is a Witch hunt. The @gop gray soldiers will apologize once he is gone.

funny picture he posted:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EFqCO8QVUAA5-_x.jpg

Trump has already twitted 100 X about the Impeachment.chuckle



lol

[Image: EFqCO8QVUAA5-_x.jpg]

Lmao

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