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On a trip to Moscow, Rohrabacher met with a close Putin confidant and accepted documents from Russian prosecutors claiming Magnitsky wasn’t a whistleblower, but a thief.
Back in Washington, Rohrabacher’s senior aide escorted anti-Magnitsky lobbyists to meet other lawmakers and entered testimony endorsing Russia’s version of events into the official congressional record.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
a reply to: neo96
Yadda yadda yadda. You were so worried about the damage you were doing to the country the last eight years you were off the rails yammering about Obama and entertaining every bull# nutter theory you could find to promote? The years of Benghazi investigations?
Now that Dear Leader is sitting in the Oval Office lying his ass off, criticizing the President is off limits because it's harmful for the country? Hypocrite.
The meeting itself, with a Kremlin-connected lawyer, occurred on June 9. Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, and Paul Manafort, Trump’s campaign chair, were also in attendance.
Five days later, The Washington Post broke the news that the Democratic National Committee had been the victim of a massive, months-long cyberattack, including the theft of its Trump opposition research file.
The next day, in the leadership offices of the Capitol, House Speaker Paul Ryan and his top lieutenants had the following, secretly recorded exchange with one another.