Congressional Democrats are trying to create fake realities to hide massive corruption and lawlessness

by Xeven

The lines of civil discord have been crossed. What comes next is anyone’s guess. I don’t see a peaceful way to deal with delusional people who are outright manufacturing false narratives and pretending things exist that do not exist.

I feel unsafe and uncomfortable with our own congress. I fear the Liberal congress more than I ever feared Russia. I know I am not the only one?

The Schiff guy is mentally unstable. He is incapable of rational thought and is very delusion and very likely a danger to himself and others.

I do not believe he knows right from wrong and is not capable of performing the duties of a Representative in the US Congress and he should be hospitalized ASAP.

Is there a Baker act of some sort that citizens can use to have him confined and evaluated?

Immediate intervention is needed before he leaks information that could bring danger to this nation and its citizens.

Clinton/Biden Treaty With Ukraine REQUIRES Trump Ask For Investigative Assistance From The Ukraine

So it turns out there is this treaty… Yes, there is an actual treaty between the U.S. and Ukraine which obligates the leaders of both countries to cooperate fully and together on investigations of corruption, particularly criminal matters and corruption that involves both the United States and the Ukraine. The phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Zelenskiy, and it’s content, were not only legal, but the discussion and requests are actually mandated.

joeforamerica.com/breaking-clinton-biden-treaty-with-ukraine-requires-trump-ask-for-investigative-assistance-from-the-ukraine/?fbclid=IwAR1P8n2RDMuHnlW-Jz79gb7n2OGGaI1bvr_XiX47B9hcB6aAWQLxcfStX68

Treaty with Ukraine on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters

www.congress.gov/treaty-document/106th-congress/16/document-text

The Treaty is self-executing. It provides for a broad
range of cooperation in criminal matters. Mutual assistance
available under the Treaty includes: taking of testimony or
statements of persons; providing documents, records, and
articles of evidence; serving documents; locating or
identifying persons; transferring persons in custody for
testimony or other purposes; executing requests for searches
and seizures; assisting in proceedings related to restraint,
confiscation, forfeiture of assets, restitution, and collection
of fines; and any other form of assistance not prohibited by
the laws of the requested state.

www.congress.gov/treaty-document/106th-congress/16/document-text

FROM MAY:

Ukrainian Embassy Reveals That A DNC Operative Solicited Trump Dirt In 2016; Foreign Collusion

The Ukrainian embassy in Washington DC is reporting that the Democratic National Committee solicited dirt from them against Donald Trump’s campaign, to the point of trying to enlist the country’s president to help. Is seems that the foreign collusion story has entirely turned it’s ugly head toward the Democrats!

joeforamerica.com/ukrainian-embassy-reveals-that-a-dnc-operative-solicited-trump-dirt-in-2016-foreign-collusion/

Missing piece to the Ukraine puzzle: State Department’s overture to Rudy Giuliani

The recent coverage suggests Giuliani reached out to new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s team this summer solely because he wanted to get dirt on possible Trump 2020 challenger Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s business dealings in that country.

Politics or law could have been part of Giuliani’s motive, and neither would be illegal.

But there is a missing part of the story that the American public needs in order to assess what really happened: Giuliani’s contact with Zelensky adviser and attorney Andrei Yermak this summer was encouraged and facilitated by the U.S. State Department.

Giuliani didn’t initiate it. A senior U.S. diplomat contacted him in July and asked for permission to connect Yermak with him.

Why would Ukraine want to talk to Giuliani, and why would the State Department be involved in facilitating it?

According to interviews with more than a dozen Ukrainian and U.S. officials, Ukraine’s government under recently departed President Petro Poroshenko and, now, Zelensky has been trying since summer 2018 to hand over evidence about the conduct of Americans they believe might be involved in violations of U.S. law during the Obama years.

thehill.com/opinion/white-house/462422-missing-piece-to-the-ukraine-puzzle-state-departments-overture-to-rudy

NEW: Amb. Kurt Volker has met with the Secretary of State. He has resigned from his position as Special Representative for Ukraine to the U.S. Secretary of State, according to a University spokesperson. 

Volker’s resignation comes amid reports that he was involved in the Trump-Ukraine investigation

www.statepress.com/article/2019/09/sppolitics-mccain-head-steps-down

Volker’s appointment was unusual, as he continued to draw a salary from the McCain Institute, partly funded through donations from the lobbying firm Barbour Griffith Rogers, where he also served as “senior international advisor.” One of BGR’s clients was none other than former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, who lost to Zelensky in a landslide earlier this year.

www.rt.com/news/469796-ukraine-ambassador-resigns-impeachement/

GOP lawmaker introduces resolution to censure Schiff, call for his resignation 

thehill.com/homenews/house/463407-house-conservative-introduces-resolution-to-censure-schiff?__twitter_impression=true

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