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BREAKING: Smoking Gun on fire: live impeachment hearing discussion
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Very American. The small minority of people that would be dumb enough to do that, and you are a minority, would be dealt with very quickly. You’d outgunned, outmanned and out thought, COG comes first, and if you destabilized it, you would not be fighting liberals it would be soldiers, it be scorched earth. So I’d let those keyboard commando fantasies stay in your head.

... unless ... civil war is just what they (TPTB) have planned for us, and are stirring up, and COG is not what they care for either.





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It absolutely is, but COG is a concern to them. It would be necessary to maintain enough control to appear as they are the saviors of things when things calm down.
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I have a friend who thinks like you... weekly therapy and meds are not enough to make her understand that is delusional but its certainly a start...

Let me explain reality to you I live in the bible belt surrounded by conservatives, my neighbor sells big guns - most armed man in the county... you are DELUSIONAL to think he is just gonna come shoot me cuz I dont love your orange god.

The biggest delusion is thinking the police wont pop a cap in your ass so they can go home to dinner.

Dead or in jail - that is where your fantasy will find you in the end if you try to move it from echo chamber forums to real life

No moron, you just don't get it. And you won't. You will be in for a surprise.

Cops and Military are overwhelmingly Conservative. They will NEVER, EVER allow socialism to take here in the USA.

EVER. So you are the delusional one thinking that Cops and Military are on your side, they are not.

You fucktards lost an election, you cannot handle that you lost so, pulling the country apart on a bullshit impeachment claim is ok with you?

You people, liberals are f*cking sicker than the NAZIs were. At least they were straight up with their agenda.

Seen the news today? "there was quid pro quo and it was not a secret" this from a guy trump tweeted was an honest and good man - same guy who donated a million bucks to trump - see him turn on him now that roger stone is in jail and he doesnt want to join him - did you see nunes nearly puke in the committee - turn red as a beet and have to leave the room? right... and I am delusional
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I heard it from a friend who!

Well Who is the Original Source!
The Whistle BLOWER is Actually CRAP when you examine what is being said!

Every Single Witness that has been called so far, "IS CRAP"!
Not One Has Original Source Validity!

The Whistle Blower Needs to say who his source is!
The ONLY Way to PROVE ANYTHING, Is to Bring the Original Source FORWARD!

Two people that were in on the Trump call to Ukraine call are testifying today: Col. Vindman and Ms. Williams.

The whistle blower is not important now that we have first hand witnesses to things the whistle blower was concerned about but that he never was an actual witness to.

Stop being an ass and pushing stupid nonsense narratives that do not make any sense. Thanks.

And nothing, pfft! moron
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until today - NOT ONCE has ANY WITNESS mentioned bribery as something president trump is accused of

but now because they are losing in their impeachment - all of a sudden a bribery charge by Pelosi is made

THE SMARTEST CHESS MOVE IN CONGRESSIONAL HEARING HISTORY JUST VOIDED THE ENTIRE IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY

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Fox Host Bret Baier Says Sondland’s Testimony Is ‘Very Damaging’ To GOP Talking Points

"Fox News anchor Bret Baier noted that Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s public testimony on Wednesday dealt a major blow to Republicans’ defense of President Donald Trump in the impeachment investigation.

“This, listen, on its face is very damaging to some of the arguments the GOP has been making,” Baier said during a brief break in the hearing. “I think it’s going to be fascinating to see in cross examination how they go.”

The Fox News anchor observed that Sondland is “cleaning up for Gordon Sondland rather than for President Trump.”

In his explosive testimony, Sondland directly tied Trump to the scheme to withhold military aid to Ukraine in an effort to strong-arm Ukraine into announcing an investigation into 2020 candidate Joe Biden.

“As a presidential appointee, I followed the directions of the President,” Gordland said in his opening statement. “We worked with Mr. Giuliani because the President directed us to do so.”

The ambassador also explicitly confirmed there was a quid pro quo between the Trump administration and Ukraine, effectively destroying Trump and his Republican allies’ refrain insisting there was absolutely no quid pro quo.

Watch Baier below:"

Link to clip:
https://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/fox-h...ing-points

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Conservative attorney dismantles GOP arguments against impeachment: ‘Trump’s abuse threatens your freedom’

"A conservative attorney knocked down Republican arguments against impeachment one by one in a viral tweet, and urged others to support the removal President Donald Trump.

Bryan Gividen, an appellate attorney from Dallas, touted his conservative bona fides by describing himself as a “pro-religious liberty, pro-life, would snort Cocaine Mitch’s judicial confirmations” if he could — but still said he supports Trump’s impeachment.

“At this point, there is no question that President Trump directed U.S. officials to withhold security funding to the Ukraine so Ukraine would investigate the Bidens,” Gividen began. “That is the kind of abuse of the President’s authority we should not tolerate.”

The attorney argued that Trump had clearly held “hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money as a bargaining chip to make a foreign country investigate his rivals.”

“That is a textbook play from dictators who are trying to keep power,” Gividen tweeted.

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At this point, there is no question that President Trump directed U.S. officials to withhold security funding to the Ukraine so Ukraine would investigate the Bidens. That is the kind of abuse of the President’s authority we should not tolerate.


Bryan Gividen
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So it is absolutely clear what we are talking about: the President used hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money as a bargaining chip to make a foreign country investigate his rivals. That is a textbook play from dictators who are trying to keep power.

Gividen argued that it doesn’t matter whether the Bidens were corrupt, because the foreign investigation sought by Trump was improper, and he said the president should be held accountable for using foreign policy to target individual Americans for his own political gain.

He agreed that some Democrats would have liked to impeach Trump over almost any infraction, but he said that was a distraction

“Stupidity doesn’t excuse stupidity,” he said. “We’re asking whether President should be impeached, not whether Democrats are consistent.”

Republicans should rest assured that Vice President Mike Pence would pursue a similar conservative agenda if Trump was impeached, but Gividen said American liberty was at stake if the president wasn’t removed.

“We Americans often take for granted what our security and freedom mean,” Gividen tweeted. “In recorded history, few have had it as good as we do for as long as we have. A President willing to sell out Americans for his own power threatens what so many have built & fought & bled & died for.”

The abuse of power Trump turned against Biden could easily be used against a Republican rival.

“Don’t doubt for a second that if Ted Cruz had tried to primary Trump, he’d be next,” Gividen argued. “Don’t support impeachment because you like the Democrats. Support impeachment because you fear that Donald Trump’s abuse of the presidency threatens your freedom.”"


https://www.rawstory.com/2019/11/conserv...r-freedom/

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Here Are The Top Trump Administration Officials Implicated By Gordon Sondland
The ambassador gave explosive testimony that named top officials as part of a quid pro quo effort with Ukraine.

"Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, delivered a bombshell opening statement at the House impeachment hearing on Wednesday, testifying that a clear understanding existed among top administration officials that President Donald Trump sought to extort Ukraine’s government for personal political gain.

“Everyone knew. It was no secret,” Sondland said, referring to leading White House, State Department and National Security Council officials, as well as Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Sondland then provided numerous examples of the effort to get Ukraine to open an investigation that would damage Trump’s political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, in exchange for a meeting with Trump and $391 million in military aid that was being withheld.

Sondland’s abrupt turn from playing dumb in the early stages of the scandal ― to the point where it defied belief ― to implicating those at the highest levels of government in a sprawling quid pro quo scheme is the most dramatic development so far in the impeachment inquiry. It puts immense pressure on top White House officials and diplomats, most of which have refused to testify, to explain themselves.

Here’s a rundown of who Sondland implicated in his testimony on Wednesday:

― Trump, who Sondland suggested was directing the quid pro quo effort and had tasked Giuliani with seeing it through. On Trump’s behalf, Giuliani “demanded that Ukraine make a public statement announcing investigations” related to Biden, according to Sondland, as well as a conspiracy theory about Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election.

Although Sondland did not say that Trump directly instructed him to seek such a quid pro quo, he testified that Giuliani was “expressing the desires of the president of the United States, and we knew that these investigations were important to the president.”

― Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer who Sondland said became the president’s go-between on the quid pro quo push with Ukraine. Sondland and other officials “did not want to work with Mr. Giuliani,” but were compelled to follow Trump’s orders, Sondland testified. Sondland added that Giuliani’s attempt to pressure Ukraine into launching investigations were a quid pro quo to secure a White House visit for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and that he also suspected military aid was being withheld as part of that effort.

Sondland also testified that Giuliani emphasized that Trump wanted Zelensky to make a public statement about launching corruption investigations, specifically mentioning the 2016 election conspiracy and the Ukrainian gas company on whose board Biden’s son Hunter served. Giuliani was also communicating directly with Ukrainian officials without U.S. diplomats’ knowledge, according to Sondland.

― Vice President Mike Pence, who attended a meeting with Sondland and Zelesnky on Sept. 1 in Warsaw, Poland. Sondland testified that before the meeting he directly raised concerns with Pence that the delayed military aid “had become tied to the issue of investigations.” Zelensky also raised the issue of aid in the meeting, according to Sondland, and Pence said he would ask Trump about it.

Pence’s office said in a statement issued while Sondland was still testifying that the vice president “never had a conversation with Gordon Sondland about investigating the Bidens, Burisma, or the conditional release of financial aid to Ukraine based upon potential investigations.”

― Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who Sondland said was kept informed of the efforts concerning Ukraine. Pompeo was included on a July 19 email from Sondland which mentioned that Zelensky would tell Trump “he intends to run a fully transparent investigation and will ‘turn over every stone’.” Pompeo was also on several other emails that indirectly referenced Ukraine announcing the investigations Trump demanded.

Sondland also said he communicated with Pompeo’s counselor, Ulrich Brechbuehl, and the State Department’s executive secretary, Lisa Kenna. “They knew what we were doing and why,” Sondland testified.

― White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney was also included on the July 19 email referencing the investigations, as was Mulvaney’s senior adviser, Robert Blair. Both have refused to testify in impeachment hearings.

― Energy Secretary Rick Perry and former special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker, who Sondland said made up, along with himself, the backchannel with Ukraine to push for investigations. Giuliani expressed to Perry, Volker and Sondland that Trump wanted Ukraine to launch investigations.

Perry’s chief of staff, Brian McCormack, was also included in the July 19 email about Zelensky investigations. Volker testified on Monday that he did not know at the time there was a quid pro quo effort, but that in hindsight he should have seen the connection with Biden and would have raised an objection. Perry has refused to testify.

― Former national security adviser John Bolton, who Sondland said was kept informed of the U.S. diplomatic activities involving Ukraine. Bolton also emailed Sondland to request Giuliani’s contact information on Aug. 26.

― Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), with whom Sondland raised concerns about security aid being withheld as part of a potential quid pro quo arrangement, Sondland said.

“Again, everyone was in the loop,” Sondland said.

During the hearing, Democratic counsel Daniel Goldman told Sondalnd that Mulvaney, Bolton, McCormack, Blair and Perry had all been asked to come testify, but refused.

“Would you include them, as well as Secretary Pompeo, as key witnesses that would be able to provide some additional information on this inquiry?” Goldman asked.

“I think they would,” Sondland said."

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/sondland-...53f20cd30a

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WOW this is really a huge statement,.... wowowowowowo

This is what should happen, lets hope it does. Ken Star would be in a position to know what a terminally damaged presidency looks like.


Ken Starr Suggests Sondland Testimony Could Prompt GOP to ‘Make a Trip to the White House’ to Ask Trump to Resign

"In the run-up to the release of Gordon Sondland’s opening statement for this Wednesday’s impeachment hearings, Fox News contributor Ken Starr suggested that Sondland’s testimony could cause GOP senators to push for President Trump’s resignation.

“The real issue is the senators are watching,” Starr said. “Are senators going to now say in light of what we hear today, it’s going to be a long day even with the ambassador alone, in light of what we have heard, ‘We need to make a trip down to the White House’?”


“That historic example set during the Nixon presidency,” Starr continued. “From what I’ve been able to glean I don’t think that’s going to happen. But obviously what happens today could—has the potential to be a game-changer.”

Watch the clip below, via The Daily Beast:"

Clip at link:
https://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.co...to-resign/

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Here Are The Top Trump Administration Officials Implicated By Gordon Sondland
The ambassador gave explosive testimony that named top officials as part of a quid pro quo effort with Ukraine.

"Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, delivered a bombshell opening statement at the House impeachment hearing on Wednesday, testifying that a clear understanding existed among top administration officials that President Donald Trump sought to extort Ukraine’s government for personal political gain.

“Everyone knew. It was no secret,” Sondland said, referring to leading White House, State Department and National Security Council officials, as well as Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Sondland then provided numerous examples of the effort to get Ukraine to open an investigation that would damage Trump’s political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, in exchange for a meeting with Trump and $391 million in military aid that was being withheld.

Sondland’s abrupt turn from playing dumb in the early stages of the scandal ― to the point where it defied belief ― to implicating those at the highest levels of government in a sprawling quid pro quo scheme is the most dramatic development so far in the impeachment inquiry. It puts immense pressure on top White House officials and diplomats, most of which have refused to testify, to explain themselves.

Here’s a rundown of who Sondland implicated in his testimony on Wednesday:

― Trump, who Sondland suggested was directing the quid pro quo effort and had tasked Giuliani with seeing it through. On Trump’s behalf, Giuliani “demanded that Ukraine make a public statement announcing investigations” related to Biden, according to Sondland, as well as a conspiracy theory about Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election.

Although Sondland did not say that Trump directly instructed him to seek such a quid pro quo, he testified that Giuliani was “expressing the desires of the president of the United States, and we knew that these investigations were important to the president.”

― Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer who Sondland said became the president’s go-between on the quid pro quo push with Ukraine. Sondland and other officials “did not want to work with Mr. Giuliani,” but were compelled to follow Trump’s orders, Sondland testified. Sondland added that Giuliani’s attempt to pressure Ukraine into launching investigations were a quid pro quo to secure a White House visit for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and that he also suspected military aid was being withheld as part of that effort.

Sondland also testified that Giuliani emphasized that Trump wanted Zelensky to make a public statement about launching corruption investigations, specifically mentioning the 2016 election conspiracy and the Ukrainian gas company on whose board Biden’s son Hunter served. Giuliani was also communicating directly with Ukrainian officials without U.S. diplomats’ knowledge, according to Sondland.

― Vice President Mike Pence, who attended a meeting with Sondland and Zelesnky on Sept. 1 in Warsaw, Poland. Sondland testified that before the meeting he directly raised concerns with Pence that the delayed military aid “had become tied to the issue of investigations.” Zelensky also raised the issue of aid in the meeting, according to Sondland, and Pence said he would ask Trump about it.

Pence’s office said in a statement issued while Sondland was still testifying that the vice president “never had a conversation with Gordon Sondland about investigating the Bidens, Burisma, or the conditional release of financial aid to Ukraine based upon potential investigations.”

― Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who Sondland said was kept informed of the efforts concerning Ukraine. Pompeo was included on a July 19 email from Sondland which mentioned that Zelensky would tell Trump “he intends to run a fully transparent investigation and will ‘turn over every stone’.” Pompeo was also on several other emails that indirectly referenced Ukraine announcing the investigations Trump demanded.

Sondland also said he communicated with Pompeo’s counselor, Ulrich Brechbuehl, and the State Department’s executive secretary, Lisa Kenna. “They knew what we were doing and why,” Sondland testified.

― White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney was also included on the July 19 email referencing the investigations, as was Mulvaney’s senior adviser, Robert Blair. Both have refused to testify in impeachment hearings.

― Energy Secretary Rick Perry and former special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker, who Sondland said made up, along with himself, the backchannel with Ukraine to push for investigations. Giuliani expressed to Perry, Volker and Sondland that Trump wanted Ukraine to launch investigations.

Perry’s chief of staff, Brian McCormack, was also included in the July 19 email about Zelensky investigations. Volker testified on Monday that he did not know at the time there was a quid pro quo effort, but that in hindsight he should have seen the connection with Biden and would have raised an objection. Perry has refused to testify.

― Former national security adviser John Bolton, who Sondland said was kept informed of the U.S. diplomatic activities involving Ukraine. Bolton also emailed Sondland to request Giuliani’s contact information on Aug. 26.

― Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), with whom Sondland raised concerns about security aid being withheld as part of a potential quid pro quo arrangement, Sondland said.

“Again, everyone was in the loop,” Sondland said.

During the hearing, Democratic counsel Daniel Goldman told Sondalnd that Mulvaney, Bolton, McCormack, Blair and Perry had all been asked to come testify, but refused.

“Would you include them, as well as Secretary Pompeo, as key witnesses that would be able to provide some additional information on this inquiry?” Goldman asked.

“I think they would,” Sondland said."

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/sondland-...53f20cd30a

"Castor elicits from Sondland the quote of the day:"

Sondland: I don’t see how you can call it an irregular channel when you are talking to the president of the united states, the secretary of state, the white house chief of staff, the energy secretary.



Polly Sigh @dcpoll

>@NicolleDWallace on #sondlandtestimony: "There was no irregular policy channel. There was *the channel*–– it was run by Trump, Pence, and Pompeo. And that channel directed an extortion of the government of Ukraine in exchange for dirt on Biden. Full stop." ??? https://twitter.com/TeamPelosi/status/11...1503737862


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"On September 9, 2019, the IC IG transmitted a letter to the Committee notifying it of the existence of a whistleblower complaint."



" WANT NOTHING’: Trump Denies a Ukraine Quid Pro Quo "

"To understand Trump’s response, you have to know that Amb. Sondland told Congress he had a call with the president on September 9th" Rofl

https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/po...uo-915283/



‘It’s all over’: Trump shouts Sondland quotes at reporters before wandering off without taking questions Rofl

Published 2 hours ago on November 20, 2019

" Donald Trump did not answer questions while leaving the White House nearly an hour late for an event in Texas.

Trump departed during questioning of Ambassador Gordon Sondland, whose testimony earlier in the day had implicated the president, Vice President Mike Pence, Rudy Giuliani and others.

“I don’t know him very well. I have not spoken to him much. This is not a man I know well. He seems like a nice guy though,” Trump said of Sondland.............................

Read more: https://www.rawstory.com/2019/11/its-all...questions/

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The ambassador also explicitly confirmed there was a quid pro quo between the Trump administration and Ukraine, effectively destroying Trump and his Republican allies’ refrain insisting there was absolutely no quid pro quo.

Watch Baier below:"

Link to clip:
https://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/fox-h...ing-points

I clicked on the link but didn't find any 'explicit confirmation' of a quid pro quo...

I did find some guy (whose job is to remain objective) bitching about how he feels this was bad news for President Trump.

Cool.

What did I miss?

Just post the quote where Sondland 'confirms' the quid pro quo, please?
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I did, like, two minutes of searching and found the exact opposite of confirmation of quid pro quo...





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Post: #210
RE: BREAKING: Smoking Gun on fire: live impeachment hearing discussion
More like smoking dung heap, of bureaucratic opinion, & 3rd & 4th person heresay.
The President sets foreign policy, not unelected bureaucrats, not Congress, DoD, or, CFR.
Facts matter, unless you don't have them. And, the clowns don't have them.
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