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The Trump Zelenskyy Phone Call. Impeachment Worthy?

President Trump has been tweeting read the Transcript. The transcript of a phone call that he claims was a "perfect call" to the President of Ukraine. This same transcript has prompted a certain CIA/NSA plant in the White House to leak the conversation between the two presidents and set forth a slew of accusations on President Trump.

The leaking of this phone call has prompted House Democrats to start an inquiry into the impeachment of the president. Adam Schiff Ranking House member of the intelligence committee is heading the investigation, and despite holding several clandestine meetings in the basement of the capitol building, the balance of these meetings will be televised this week.

These accusations revolve around a "quid pro quo", or the alleged "bullying" of the President of Ukraine. Regardless of the accusations, we are supplying the entire transcript of the phone call.

If you have the opportunity to read the above transcript, it is important to reference a direct quid pro quo from the Obama administration by Vice President Joe Biden, where he is mocking the Ukranian government in an interview. Claiming he was able to force their government to remove their state prosecutor in exchange for financial aid.

During Biden's tenure as vice president, his son Hunter was on the board of directors of an energy firm named Burisma. And incidentally, the prosecutor was investigating them for corrupt practices.

It has been revealed that Burisma Holdings, "pressed Obama administration to end corruption allegations." As reported by John Solomon, "Hunter Biden and his Ukrainian gas firm colleagues had multiple contacts with the Obama State Department during the 2016 election cycle, including one just a month before Vice President Joe Biden forced Ukraine to fire the prosecutor investigating his son’s company for corruption, newly released memos show."

Solomons article even shows an e-mail exchange between Blue Star Strategies, the lobbying firm employed by Burisma Holdings and the State Department where they specifically name Hunter Biden as a board member.

Per our conversation, Karen Tramontano of Blue Star Strategies requested a meeting to discuss with [Under Secretary] Novelli [U.S. Government] remarks alleging Burisma (Ukrainian energy company) of corruption. She noted that two high profile U.S. citizens are affiliated with the company (including Hunter Biden as a board member). Tramontano would like to talk with U/S Novelli about getting a better understanding of how the U.S. came to the determination that the company is corrupt. According to Tramontano, there is no evidence of corruption, has been no hearing or process, and evidence to the contrary has not been considered.  Would appreciate any background you may be able to provide on this issue and suggested TPs for U/S Novelli’s meeting.

This begs the question as to why the House of Representatives considers the above phone call an "impeachable" offense. We want to hear your opinion. Do you believe the above phone call merits "high-crimes" or misdemeanors, or is it simply a policy disagreement where the House of Representatives believes that they should be solely responsible for foreign affairs? We want to hear from you.

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