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Fiona Hill Blasts House GOP In Opening Statement For Pushing ‘Fictional Narrative Of The Russian Security Services’

"Based on questions and statements I have heard, some of you on this committee appear to believe"...

"Based on questions and statements I have heard, some of you on this committee appear to believe"...
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4 comments on “Fiona Hill Blasts House GOP In Opening Statement For Pushing ‘Fictional Narrative Of The Russian Security Services’

  1. Will Nunes have the guts to cross examine her……after that scathing rebuke of everything he has said in this hearing.
    This may be the most entertaining and devastating cross to date.
    I’ve been waiting for a witness to blow back on all the inaccuracies and outright lies that come from the Pubs…….and she has directly linked almost all of this to a Russian strategy to damage our relationship with the Ukraine.
    This also provides a direct connection to the Mueller investigations.

  2. vicissitude

    I spent way too much time going over Clinton vs Jones last night. Apparently this is a key part of the trump puzzle at hand. The reason being, is that DOJ offers an opinion, from the point of view of the Executive Branch, that a sitting president can’t be indicted — and thus trump can kill anyone he wants. However, The Jones case explores the more logical interpretation of Constitutional law, from the perspective of the Judicial Branch, which has the final say in all matters of law. In effective, Jones helps clarify that a president has executive authority and powers …. within the realm of Constitutional laws, activity and behavior — and this, it’s more likely that a sitting president involved in un-constitutional conduct, like bribery, is not protected by executive privilege. Ipso facto, a sitting president can be indicted for criminal actions, which are not protected by Constitutional privilege, even if the DOJ run by Fred Flintstone says otherwise. The Jones case is well worth reading in detail and concurring opinions offer a tsunami of historical precedents, which DOJ fails to address in their “opinions”. This impeachment inquiry will eventual morph into a criminal indictment IMHO and the actual process of impeachment doesn’t seem as-if it will become a matter for the Senate and instead will be a matter for a criminal trial — and a Constitutional crisis that unfolds in front of the 2020 election. I’m also somewhat confused about the “current” status of the Mueller Grand Jury and also the materials from prior GJ testimony which DOJ has refused to hand over to Congress … that seems to be going to SCOTUS, but as usual, many puzzle pieces,including the possibility that the GJ is still active, because that was a secret earlier this year.

  3. Funny how the ‘conspiracy theorist’ trolls never mention Russia’s interests are served by holding up bi-partisan Congressional-approved material aid to Ukrainians and driving a wedge between Ukraine and America. Oh yes, the trolls never mention Russia was the (and the corrupt Erdogan) main beneficiaries from Trumps ill-advised pull out of American Special Forces from Northern Syria. Hmm…

  4. This isn’t just Trump on trial. The whole American Governmental system is on trial for the world to see.

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