“If This Isn’t Treason Then Nothing Is!” and “All Things Trump”


Rick Wilson

This is the entire current crisis, perfectly encapsultated.

Christian Vanderbrouk
Let’s keep it simple:
The president’s personal lawyer was paid by crooked businessmen from a foreign country, and then the president gave him authority over American policy toward that country.
This is precisely what the founders meant by “high crimes and misdemeanors.”

Trump Told Erdogan That Barr and Mnuchin Would Handle Halkbank Case: Report

President Trump referred Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s repeated requests for the U.S. to avoid pressing charges on one of the country’s largest banks to Attorney General William Barr and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Bloomberg reports. Trump reportedly told Erdogan in an April call that Barr and Mnuchin would handle the issue, and no charges were pressed against Turkish bank Halkbank until recently. The federal charges only came after Trump announced sanctions against Turkey in retaliation for its incursion into Syria. It is not clear if Trump asked Barr and Mnuchin to comply with Turkey’s demands, or if he simply passed the matter on to them because he was tired of hearing the requests.

About two months after the call, Barr reportedly told Turkish Minister of Justice Abdulhamit Gul that he would need to reach a deal with the U.S. attorney’s office in Manhattan for the case or have it go through a trial. The attorney general reportedly advised Turkey on its best option: a deferred prosecution agreement that would require Halkbank to pay a fine and other actions to prevent further wrongdoing. The country ended up not making a deal, and Halkbank was charged earlier this week with “fraud, money laundering, and sanctions offense.” Mnuchin was also reportedly involved due to the Treasury Department’s role in determining the regulatory penalties against Halkbank for a separate criminal case involving one of their executives.


Barr And Pence Now Implicated As Suspects In House Impeachment Investigation


Even though the impeachment inquiry announced Tuesday by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has as its main subject President Donald Trump, on Wednesday that investigation began to expand to other members of the administration, including Attorney General William Barr and Vice President Mike Pence, both of whom are now in serious jeopardy and may also wind up being impeached for their role in the unfolding Ukraine scandal.

You’re probably wondering, “What is the worst that could come of this?”

In your calculations include THIS:

Turkey holding 50 US nuclear bombs ‘hostage’ at air base, report says


Officials are reviewing plans to evacuate up to 50 U.S. nuclear bombs that have long been stored at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey in the wake of Ankara’s military offensive in northern Syria, according to a report.

The weapons are now essentially being held “hostage” by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a senior official told The New York Times on Monday.

The Cold War-era B61 nuclear bombs are said to be located 100-250 miles from the Syrian border, according to The Guardian. A former U.S. official told the outlet that Turkish diplomats responded to suggestions about moving the bombs by saying Turkey would start to develop its own.

“The potential problems have been discussed for over a decade,” the former official said. “And now we’ve finally gotten to a point where this is a problem that we can’t ignore anymore.”



You may be tempted to echo what trump said, “But Turkey and Syria are 7,000 miles away”…

Heath Mayo

“We are 7,000 miles away.”

So was bin Laden. Our President is an idiot.

After defeating 100% of the ISIS Caliphate, I largely moved our troops out of Syria. Let Syria and Assad protect the Kurds and fight Turkey for their own land. I said to my Generals, why should we be fighting for Syria…

….and Assad to protect the land of our enemy? Anyone who wants to assist Syria in protecting the Kurds is good with me, whether it is Russia, China, or Napoleon Bonaparte. I hope they all do great, we are 7,000 miles away!

-Dopey Donnie Trump via his moronic Tweets.



Trump’s vow to sanction Turkey for the genocide he allowed to happen is like trying to put out a forest fire with a spray bottle.


Trump’s Sunday Nightmare: 64% of Americans Believe He Shook Down Ukraine For Biden Dirt


A new ABC News/Ipsos poll found that 64% of Americans believe that Trump tried to pressure Ukraine for dirt on Biden and the vast majority aren’t surprised.



The Deep State conspiracy nonsense is just that, nonsense. But there is something to the fact that the government consists of tens if not hundreds of thousands of people, and at the upper levels, the professionals involved are more committed to the institution of government than they are to any one man.

That’s how it should be. That’s why there are civil service laws, and why the whole government isn’t replaced election by election. This way, there’s institutional integrity in the State Department, and in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and in the Department of Agriculture for that matter.

And it’s these same people, testifying with their expertise, to Congress, are going to be extremely damning to any pretense Trump’s lawyers want to put up. This is the real deal, and I think both houses will see that.

This is what taking down an administration looks like.



Miss Carrie

Hi Gentleman. I have gathered you together because I believe that

has met the definition of Treason based on a few things and I will outline them for you.

First a reminder.

Treason Clause

Next is this article by Newsweek.




The U.S. military has begun a hasty exit from Syria’s northern city of Manbij, and is set to help Russia establish itself there amid a Turkish attempt to defeat Kurdish-led, Pentagon-backed fighters at the strategic location, Newsweek has learned.

The U.S. was scheduled as of Monday to officially withdraw from Manbij within 24-hours, leaving the mostly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces behind as two rival factions—the Syrian government, backed by Russia and Iran, and the Turkey-backed Syrian insurgents opposed to it—sought to seize control of the strategic location. A senior Pentagon official told Newsweek that U.S. personnel, “having been in the area for longer, has been assisting the Russian forces to navigate through previously unsafe areas quickly.”

“It is essentially a handover,” the official said. “However, it’s a quick out, not something that will include walk-throughs, etc., everything is about making out with as much as possible of our things while destroying any sensitive equipment that cannot be moved.”


Here is a Video where Secretary of State Pompeo outlines the Trump Administrations Plan to put Military Bases all over the world at the expense of the countries that host them staffed to over 100 K of US Soldiers.


This is also to include armaments, military secrets, etc. This is at about 9 minutes in. In articles and you can look them up. It states that Trump revealed Military Secrets to Erdogan just before the assault. Who do we know according to articles that have paid Trump?

It was a line. Russia, of course, was first. Then Saudia Arabia, we actually are staffing a base that they built for us. Then Erdogan. I am guessing that the Kurds did not. I do not know the reason.

Then there are Donald’s tweets this morning.

Donald J. Trump
After defeating 100% of the ISIS Caliphate, I largely moved our troops out of Syria. Let Syria and Assad protect the Kurds and fight Turkey for their own land. I said to my Generals why should we be fighting for Syria.
….and Assad to protect the land of our enemy? Anyone who wants to assist Syria in protecting the Kurds is good with me, whether it is Russia, China, or Napoleon Bonaparte. I hope they all do great, we are 7,000 miles away!
Some people want the United States to protect the 7,000 mile away Border of Syria, presided over by Bashar al-Assad, our enemy. At the same time, Syria and whoever they chose to help, wants naturally to protect the Kurds….
….I would much rather focus on our Southern Border which abuts and is part of the United States of America. And by the way, numbers are way down and the WALL is being built!
Russia paid, Saudia
Arabia Paid, Erdogan Paid.
Kurds did not.
Pompeo is the Pitchman. He is guilty too.
Next, follow the $$$$ because I would guess not all went into the Treasury.
I would guess that Trump, Mnuchin, Pompeo, Barr, McConnell and a few others profited. Act Fast.


The above details Trump’s Treason.

Now for Part 2, “All Things Trump”.



























SO, let’s can the platitudes, aka crap, and remove Trump and ALL his associates and enablers NOW!!!

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.


The Slow, But Steady Drum Beat Of Justice

Due to the amount of accumulated and incoming news we will post mainly headlines, pics, and links. IF you think or say, “Well, there is not real ‘meat’ to this article, the charges against Trump & Co. are bogus.” Then you: 1) did NOT follow the links to the articles where evidence and witnesses ARE presented, OR 2) you are TrumPutin troll or bot who is willfully blind and deaf to facts. OR 3) Both. You didn’t follow the links BECAUSE you are a TrumPutin troll or bot.  

For those with ears to hear…

Here’s What Trump Said to Ukraine’s President

White House has released a 5-page memo summarizing the call


The White House on Wednesday released a five-page memo summarizing the July 25 call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The AP shies away from using the word “transcript,” and the Washington Post explains that what was released “is a memorandum of a telephone conversation and is not a verbatim account of the conversation” in keeping with White House practice; it pulls from the notes and recollections of those who were in the Situation Room. You can read the document in full here, which reflects what CNBC reports was a 30-minute call. It begins with Trump congratulating the newly elected Zelensky on his “great victory” and “terrific job.” Trump then goes on to bring up Rudy Giuliani, Attorney General Barr, and Joe Biden. Here’s his explicit mention of Biden:

  • “There’s a lot of talk about Biden’s son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great. Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution so if you can look into it. … It sounds horrible to me.”
  • Background here: After taking the lead for the US in the country during the Obama administration, Joe Biden in 2016 called for Ukraine’s general prosecutor to be booted in favor of someone more aggressive. Trump and Giuliani have claimed he was trying to stop an investigation into Burisma Group, which Hunter Biden was on the board of.
  • Zelensky replies to Trump by saying the new prosecutor he appoints “will look into the situation, specifically to the company that you mentioned in this issue.”

  • Trump then said, “I will have Mr. Giuliani give you a call and I am also going to have Attorney General Barr call and we will get to the bottom of it. I’m sure you will figure it out. I heard the prosecutor was treated very badly and he was a very fair prosecutor so good luck with everything. Your economy is going to get better and better I predict. You have a lot of assets. It’s a great country. I have many Ukrainian friends, their [sic] incredible people.”
  • CNN reports DOJ rep Kerri Kupec has stated that at no time following the call did Trump talk to Barr “about having Ukraine investigate anything relating to former Vice President Biden or his son.” She continued, “The President has not asked the Attorney General to contact Ukraine—on this or any other matter. The Attorney General has not communicated with Ukraine—on this or any other subject. Nor has the Attorney General discussed this matter, or anything relating to Ukraine, with Rudy Giuliani.”
  • The Wall Street Journal notes that early on in the call Trump emphasized how good the US has been to Ukraine, unlike European countries. “We spend a lot of effort and a lot of time,” he said.
  • But the Journal and Politico report the memo shows Trump made no reference, implied or explicit, to the US aid he had put on hold a week prior.
  • Hillary Clinton responded to the release with a tweet in favor of impeachment: “The president of the United States has betrayed our country. That’s not a political statement—it’s a harsh reality, and we must act. He is a clear and present danger to the things that keep us strong and free. I support impeachment.”
  • And from Trump himself on Twitter: “Will the Democrats apologize after seeing what was said on the call with the Ukrainian President? They should, a perfect call – got them by surprise!”

(Read more President Trump stories.)


Trump vs. The Whistleblower

Guest Contributor: David Thornton, Writer for The Resurgent


Intel Chief Backs Whistleblower’s Actions

Joseph Maguire testifies before Congress


Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire testifies before the House Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington on Thursday.

I think the whistleblower did the right thing,” Joseph Maguire said Thursday during testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, per Reuters. “I think he followed the law every step of the way.”


WH Concealed Calls With Putin, Crown Prince: Report

As well as reported convo in which Trump told Russians election interference didn’t concern him
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 28, 2019 6:30 AM CDT

Trump’s Envoy to Ukraine Quits Amid Whistleblower Hubbub

Kurt Volker steps down after Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani says they were in frequent contact

In this Sept. 15, 2018, file photo, US special representative to Ukraine Kurt Volker is seen in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Kurt Volker, a former US ambassador to NATO caught in the middle of a whistleblower complaint over President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, resigned Friday from his post as special envoy to the Eastern European nation, according to a US official. The official said Volker told Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday of his decision to leave the job, following disclosures that he’d connected Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani with Ukrainian officials to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his family over allegedly corrupt business dealings, per the AP. Giuliani has said he was in frequent contact with Volker about his efforts…

Volker was brought into the Trump administration by former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to serve as envoy for Ukraine. He worked in a volunteer capacity and had retained his job as head of the John McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University. Arizona State’s student newspaper was the first to report his resignation. (Read more envoy stories.)


In the Hot Seat: William Barr

Barr was ‘surprised and angry’ that President Trump had dragged him into this

[MY NOTE: Look at the expression on both faces, and their body language. Something BAD is a’foot!]



House Democrats: We’re Subpoenaing the White House

Will request 13 separate batches of documents related to Trump’s Ukraine phone call


  • House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff appeared at a presser with Nancy Pelosi where he provided an update on the impeachment inquiry. He expressed “[deep] concern” about Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s “effort to potentially interfere with witnesses” who are set to appear before House committees, per the Guardian
  • Schiff said he wanted to make it “abundantly clear” that any effort by Pompeo, President Trump, or anyone else to interfere “will be considered as evidence of obstruction” and that any effort to block witnesses from coming forward to testify “will create an adverse inference that those allegations are correct.” Schiff added, “We are proceeding deliberately, but at the same time we feel a real sense of urgency.”
  • As for the new subpoena, it’s directed toward acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney. It requests 13 separate batches of documents related to a July phone call that Trump had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and related matters. The Oversight panel will issue the subpoena in coordination with the House intelligence and Foreign Affairs committees, Cummings said.
  • The action came as House and Senate staff prepared to meet with the State Department’s inspector general on Wednesday. A State Department invitation to the meeting, which was reviewed by the AP, requested an “urgent” meeting with staff from eight House and Senate panels.
  • The invitation said only that the inspector general, Steve Linick, “would like to discuss and provide staff with copies of documents related to the State Department and Ukraine.” The documents were obtained from the State Department’s acting legal adviser, according to the email.

(Read more President Trump stories.)


House Wants Files on Pence’s Ukraine Meeting

Panels cite reports an aide listened to Trump call



Texts Show Pressure Put on Ukraine to Launch Probe

House Democrats released a series of text messages provided by Kurt Volker


Kurt Volker, a former special envoy to Ukraine, leaves after a closed-door interview with House investigators at the Capitol in Washington on Thursday. 


Attorneys for CIA Officer Behind Trump Complaint Say They Now Represent ‘Multiple Whistleblowers’

One attorney said a second whistleblower has come foward with firsthand knowledge of some of the allegations


WASHINGTON—At least one additional whistleblower with firsthand knowledge of the circumstances around President Trump’s July call with his Ukrainian counterpart has come forward, according to lawyers representing both the individual and the CIA officer whose initial complaint helped spark an impeachment inquiry.

The existence of a second whistleblower comes as Mr. Trump repeatedly has sought to attack the credibility and motive of the first individual, whose whistleblower complaint in August details efforts by the president to pressure Ukraine to investigate a political rival.

“I can confirm that my firm and my team represent multiple whistleblowers,” Andrew Bakaj, the lead attorney for the first whistleblower, wrote in a tweet. “No further comment at this time.”


Trump tries to claim Chuck Todd was the one who failed in Ron Johnson’s catastrophic interview



After a full day of mockery on Twitter, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has become destroyed for being unprepared to answer questions about President Donald Trump’s Ukraine call. Nearly 12 hours after “Meet the Press” aired Sunday, Trump seems to have finally heard or seen the show and struck out against the criticism.

“Sleepy Eyes Chuck Todd of “Meet the Press” had a total meltdown in his interview with highly reaspected (sic) Senator @RonJohnsonWI. Seems that a not very bright Chuck just wasn’t getting the answers he was looking for in order to make me look as bad as possible. I did NOTHING wrong!” Trump exclaimed in a misspelled tweet.


Scoop: Trump’s private concerns of an impeachment legacy



President Trump has told friends and allies he worries about the stain impeachment will leave on his legacy.

Driving the news: In a phone call with House Republicans on Friday, Trump articulated why he really doesn’t want this. Impeachment, Trump said, is a “bad thing to have on your resume,” according to a source on the call. Two other sources on the call confirmed the substance of the comment, but one said they recalled Trump phrasing it as “you don’t want it [impeachment] on your resume.”


Former Trump Organization executive says she expects President Trump will resign


A former Trump Organization executive says she thinks President Donald Trump may resign rather than face possible removal from office by impeachment.


“He does a lot of things to save face,” Barbara Res, a former Trump Organization vice president, told CNN’s Brian Stelter on Reliable Sources Sunday.
“It would be very, very, very bad for him to be impeached,” Res said. “I don’t know that he’ll be found guilty but I don’t know that he wants to be impeached. I think that’s what this panic is about. And my gut [instinct] is that he’ll leave office, he’ll resign. Or make some kind of a deal, even, depending on what comes out.”
Res said she was hesitant to share her opinion, because “I could very well be wrong.”


Greg Olear


The whistleblower lied.
The whistleblower is a spy.
The whistleblower is a Democract.
We did it, sure, but to fight corruption.
We do this w/ALL hostile foreign powers.
Mike Pence was more involved than I was.
Rick Perry made me do it.

Just like his Treasonous “President”

Eric Walters
Chuck Todd: “You dont trust the FBI or CIA?”
Ron Johnson (R-WI): “No, I don’t! I didn’t then and I never have.” That is a real quote from a United States Senator!

One day this madness will end and only a handful of leading conservatives — people like


, and

— will be able to hold their heads up high. The rest showed themselves to be unprincipled, craven sycophants.

The ‘Never Trump’ Coalition That Decided Eh, Never Mind, He’s Fine

They signed open letters, dedicated a special magazine issue to criticism him and swore he’d tear at the fabric of this nation…NOW they’ve become the Presideent’s strongest defenders.


[MY NOTE: NOT ALL Never Trump Conservatives caved. Many stood with and for Constitutional PRINCIPLES.]


He’s either an active Russian Agent or he’s what people in the Company refer to as a ‘Useful Idiot’. Someone who thinks he’s getting what he wants, while actually giving them everything they want. Trump is a useful idiot. But that doesn’t make him any less of a traitor. That he would solicit the Ukraine (a former Soviet puppet) to interfere in the 2020 election at the same time he’s under investigation for Russian interference with the 2016 election really drives home the extreme arrogance underlying his idiocy…Trump knows he’s going to be impeached but it makes a difference to him whether he is impeached for, say, being a Russian agent, or whether it’s for these bogus international Biden investigations.

And I think it matters to a lot of people in Washington as well. If he goes as a Russian agent, there it is for the history books, and it’s a Russian victory for them as well.

Working that out, that’s what I suspect is going on behind the scenes.

 -FB Patriot and Conservative, Eliza Mazur.


John Aravosis 

Even Tucker Carlson said Trump’s conversation with the Ukrainian president was indefensible.


Rick Wilson

I’m starting to think The Greatest Negotiator In History(tm) isn’t actually a very good negotiator.


US, North Korea break off nuclear talks: report



Aaaannnndd…with ALL this going on the world is…well…doing this:

Iran and North Korea's Nuclear Threat Increasing is leading us to believe there might be cooperation.

Iran and North Korea’s Nuclear Threat Increasing. Coincidence or Cooperation?

Iran. If their “Death To America” chants and latest missile launches weren’t enough, we now have North Korea’s nuclear threat increasing. As a result of their recent nuclear test, our Dear Leader has “condemned” Pyongyang, however, he did not do the same with Tehran. Both of these isolationist countries are advancing their nuclear tech at an alarming rate. What I find more alarming, though, is that most major news outlets don’t even beg to question that the two nations are working together.

Let’s start with the year 2007. An article from The Daily Mail nodded at the 2002 State Of The Union speech where George Bush had said Iran and North Korea formed an “axis of evil” along with Iraq. They had, at that point in time, been seeking plans for over a decade to be a state sponsor for terrorism. Now, fast forward almost fifteen years later. Iran has been planning and making deals with North Korea for over two decades…



  1. IF the president was innocent we would have said so in our report,
  2. The reason we didn’t indict Trump was because of OLC memo that prohibits from indicting a sitting president,
  3.  IF Trump were not President we would charge him.

And that is all from just the Mueller investigation!!!

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.


The End In Sight???

Laurence Lewis

It’s almost as if he’s a pathological narcissist and gets all his intel from Putin.

Said about “President” Trump.

Why? Besides the obvious…here’s why:

Angry Staffer
If you want to know exactly how bonkers Trump’s calls with foreign leaders are, here you go:

Now back to this:

Laurence Lewis

It’s almost as if he’s a pathological narcissist and gets all his intel from Putin.

But this isn’t the first time Trump has sided with Putin/Russia, China, N. Korea, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Peru…over the Intel from his own U.S. agencies.


Yes, 17 intelligence agencies really did say Russia was behind hacking

SOURCE . Oct. 21, 2016 

Donald Trump’s claim that the United States has “no idea” who is behind recent email hacks is just not true.

The fact-checking website Politifact says Hillary Clinton is correct when she says 17 federal intelligence agencies have concluded that Russia is behind the hacking.

“We have 17, 17 intelligence agencies, civilian and military who have all concluded that these espionage attacks, these cyber attacks, come from the highest levels of the Kremlin. And they are designed to influence our election. I find that deeply disturbing,” Clinton said during Wednesday’s presidential debate in Las Vegas.

Trump pushed back, saying that Clinton and the United States had “no idea whether it is Russia, China or anybody else.” [MY NOTE: What?!! 17 of the best Intel agencies in the world ALL AGREE that the hacking WAS DONE BY RUSSIA and you/Trump say the “U.S. had NO idea”?!!! THAT is a LIE, and your always siding with Putin/Russia IS TREASON!]


Intelligence Director Says Agencies Agree on Russian Meddling


…The “three or four” agencies referred to by Trump are the CIA, the FBI, the National Security Agency and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, all of which were named in a January public report assessing with “high confidence” that Russia interfered in the election.

Other intelligence agencies, such as the U.S. Coast Guard’s, were not involved, Coats said. But, he added, there was no disagreement inside the intelligence community.



Trump sides with Russia against FBI at Helsinki summit

16 July 2018


US President Donald Trump has defended Russia over claims of interference in the 2016 presidential election.

After face-to-face talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Mr Trump contradicted US intelligence agencies and said there had been no reason for Russia to meddle in the vote.

Mr Putin reiterated that Russia had never interfered in US affairs.

The two men held nearly two hours of closed-door talks in the Finnish capital Helsinki on Monday.


Before we get to the NEW News, let’s look at the recent whistleblower #1…

A true Texas Conservative, not the Trump butt kissin’ kind like Ted Cruz, Heath Mayo of “Principles First/Principles Matter” conducted indepth analysis of what has been revealed, so far, by the FIRST Whistleblower:

Heath Mayo

Reviewed the materials released by the House Committees’ from Amb. Volker testimony and, on a close read, they are more devastating for the White House than even the reporting suggests. Let’s walk through both Volker’s testimony & then the corroborating texts…


First: who is Volker? He’s the former US Rep for Ukraine Negotiations & he resigned a week ago after news of the July 25 call btw Trump & Zelenskyy broke. These are his words—and he immediately rebukes the whole Deep State nonsense right out of the gate. No “spies” or “treason”.


He then frames the entire affair as his dogged effort to “fix a problem as best he could.” He also goes out of his way to highlight that *he* was focused on US national security interests. It’s almost like he thinks the evidence might lead us to question that fact.


So what problem was Volker fixing? “A negative narrative about Ukraine, fueled by assertions made by” Lutsenko, that reached the President and “impeded our ability to support” Ukraine. This is an admission that Trump’s belief in conspiracies & Biden charges influenced US policy.


Then, Volker moves into CYA mode. He disavows knowledge of anything related to Biden—but the revealed text messages suggest otherwise. Indeed, “Burisma” which was clearly code for “Biden” appears routinely throughout, as we’ll see. Read this! Volker clearly knows this smelled.


Finally—Volker goes to great pains to make it clear that he actively opposed withholding aid to Ukraine, along with the rest of practically the entire US national security and foreign policy apparatus. Trump injured American interests to pressure Ukraine into doing his bidding.


The entire Giuliani section makes it clear that he & Trump were undermining the judgment of State officials on Ukraine. And Biden was all over this thing. Burisma clearly equaled investigating Biden throughout. Oh, also—Volker says claims against Biden are bogus.


Listen to Volker’s own assessment of Trump’s inability to even grasp the impact of changing circumstances in Ukraine after the election. This is scary, folks. The President is just dense. He doesn’t understand things and thinks other countries are “trying to take him down.”


Then, in the section of testimony about the Rudy/Yermak tango, Volker discusses negotiations over an official statement that Trump/Rudy wanted Zelenskyy to deliver re: investigating “Burisma & 2016,” presumably to create bad press for Biden. Rudy made repeated demands. Shameful.


Now — let’s move to the smoking guns: the text messages between various players in this shakedown. These are really the nail in the coffin—Volker’s testimony just reinforces how bad this thing was for US interests in Ukraine & his damning feelings & guilt over what occurred.


Thankfully—some of these are so bad, we can cut right to the chase: Here’s Volker advising Yermak about the quid pro quo. Zelenskyy had to convince Trump he would investigate in order to secure a meeting with Trump. This was BEFORE the call.

Quid. Quo. It’s all there.


Need more evidence? Try this from Ambassador Bill Taylor who made clear that’s exactly what he was gathering from the situation. Sondland — who plays the role of yes-man in all this—won’t put things in text. He knows he can’t memorialize the truth.


Bill Taylor doesn’t give in. He’s pissed. Why? Because withholding the aid is playing right into the Russian’s hands. The move was un-American—and they knew it.


Finally—this kicker closes things out. Bill Taylor is furious that aid was withheld and progress in Ukraine stalled “for help with a political campaign.” Sondland unmoved. Notice, after Taylor speaks truth, Sondland takes 5 hrs to compile a legal treatise denying the suggestion.


This was just the *first* witness. This new evidence, combined w/ the July 25 call summary & the WB complaint, makes it abundantly clear that it was common knowledge for officials that a quid pro quo existed whereby Z would agree to investigate Biden for US aid & access. Period.


Now to the NEW News… The 2nd Whistleblower…

Rick Wilson

Just a reminder: it never gets better.

The New York Times

Breaking News: A second official with more direct information about President Trump and Ukraine is said be considering whether to file a whistle-blower complaint…


A second whistleblower on Trump and Ukraine might be coming forward

The New York Times reported that another official is considering making a whistleblower complaint against the president.

The second whistleblower is one of the officials that intelligence community inspector general Michael Atkinson interviewed to corroborate claims made in the initial complaint, according to the Times. Federal law would protect the whistleblower from retaliation, since he’s cooperating with the inspector general.

A second whistleblower with a more intimate familiarity with the events could bolster the allegations against Trump amid pushback from the president and his allies. But it’s important to remember that key allegations from the first whistleblower have already been confirmed by the White House itself and text messages released by the State Department.

We know that the first whistleblower was right about a lot…


So, let me wrap this up with a quote from a Patriot on Twitter:

THIS is where we are. THIS is who and what America is now.

Yes. We were ONCE a great, good, Godly, Christian nation.

Yes. We still have many REAL praying and discerning Christians in America who weep and pray over what has been growing IN America at least since 1962.

BUT how much longer will The Thrice Holy God put up with America’s wickedness, murder/abortion, lies, fraud, corruption, and depravity can NOT be much longer…or God would must needs apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah.

To all real and true Christians who have a broken and discerning heart…pray, pray, pray.


 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.