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originally posted by: Sookiechacha
a reply to: seagull
I'm not saying that you should. But, he's got the receipts. He kept meticulous records of this criminal intentions and plans. Whether anything that he's claiming during his interview with Racheal Maddow is true, doesn't matter. The Senate only has to deal with "the receipts" that are part of the official impeachment hearing records now.
Yeah, you know what he has - text messages that are dated before Joe Biden announced his candidacy.
In an interview with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow on Wednesday night, Rudy Giuliani's associate Lev Parnas said he sought to broker a deal with Ukrainian energy tycoon Dmytro Firtash.
He claimed that he wanted US corruption charges against Firtash dropped in exchange for information that would damage the credibility of the Mueller probe, and help digging up dirt on Joe Biden.
Firtash has been fighting extradition from Austria since March 2014 at the request of US authorities. He has strenuously denied bribery charges that have been filed against him.
He was regarded as a key ally of pro-Russian Ukrainian President Yanukovich before his ouster, and has been accused of links to "top tier" organized crime by prosecutors in the US.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
You know what this is going to do?
This is going to mandate that Hunter and Joe Biden testify because it brings Trumps request to investigate Burisma into the light.
They will have to answer why Trump and the DOJ thought that there might be corruption tied to the oil company, Ukraine and the US.
I see this story dropping faster than panties on prom night.
They just finally voted to pass it on to the Senate the other day.
Their case was voted on and closed weeks ago.
Lawmakers voted 228 to 193 to give the Senate, controlled by Trump’s fellow Republicans, the task of putting him on trial on charges of abuse of power for asking Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden and obstruction of Congress for blocking testimony and documents sought by Democratic lawmakers.
The vote, which also approved a team of seven Democratic lawmakers named by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to serve as prosecutors in the trial, was largely along party lines.