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originally posted by: carsforkids
a reply to: carewemust
I'm worried. Why oh why are the republicans not bringing to light
all of what Grambler has so eloquently eluded to and what are the chances
of the republicans turning on Trump?
I think several members here on ATS should be retained by Republicans in Congress and also The White House, for free-lance investigating. Republicans in Congress, and the White House, have plenty on their plates already. Focusing hours a day on finding gold-nuggets like Grambler does, just isn't possible. They should hire Grambler.
“If you're also trying to peddle an alternative variation of whether the Ukrainians subverted our election, I don't want to be part of that, and I will not be part of it,” Hill said. “What we're dealing with now is a situation where we are at risk of saying that everything that happened in 2016 was a result of Ukraine in some fashion.” “I'm extremely concerned that this is a rabbit hole that we're all going to go down in between now and the 2020 election, and it will be to all of our detriment,” she added. “And I just want to, if I've done anything, leave a message to you that we should all be greatly concerned about what the Russians intend to do in 2020. And any information that they can provide, you know, that basically deflects our attention away from what they did and what they're planning on doing is very useful to them.
Asked whether a Ukrainian-American might have been interested in “injecting” negative information about Manafort into the press, Hill retorted that the same could be said of the Ukrainian-American operatives Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, two Giuliani associates “who were also trying to subvert our democracy and who managed to get one of our ambassadors sacked.” Fiona Hill Former White House advisor on Russia, Fiona Hill, arrives on Capitol Hill on Oct. 14 as she is scheduled to testify before congressional lawmakers. | Andrew Harnik/AP Photo Parnas and Fruman had been lobbying members of Congress and the administration to pressure the State Department into firing U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, whose anti-corruption efforts were interfering with Parnas and Fruman’s business interests.
it proves how corrupt these unelected officials are
originally posted by: tanstaafl
a reply to: Grambler
So... why did Jordan, Nunes or anyone else not pursue this line of questioning? This would have destroyed his credibility in front of everyone in America.