WOW! This crazy bastard thinks he’s President!
Earlier today Colonel Alexander Vindman was the witness in Adam Schiff’s basement chamber of secrets.
Vindman wore his full dress uniform to testify on his dislike of President Trump’s Ukrainian policy.
NSC staff are not supposed to wear military uniform.
Why did Alex Vindman turn up for his testimony today in full uniform?
It’s political theatre. A coup.
Because these people don’t like Trump’s America First foreign policy. pic.twitter.com/Vdu6FyHK0o
— Raheem Kassam (@RaheemKassam) October 29, 2019
During questioning on Tuesday Colonel Vindman admitted he shared the read-outs of President Trump’s call Ukrainian President Zelenzky with several other secret operatives.
When Rep. Jim Jordan asked him who he shared the readouts with — Rep. Adam Schiff SHUT DOWN the questioning!
FOX News investigative reporter Catherine Herridge reported that Colonel Vindman may have violated the federal leaking statute 18 USC 798 when he leaked the president’s classified call to several other opertaives.
And now this…
Vindman admitted during testimony that he tampered with and tried but failed to alter the transcript of President Trump’s call to the Ukrainian President
This clown thinks he’s president.
The New York Times reported:
Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman, the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council, told House impeachment investigators on Tuesday that the White House transcript of a July call between President Trump and Ukraine’s president omitted crucial words and phrases, and that his attempts to include them failed, according to three people familiar with the testimony.
The omissions, Colonel Vindman said, included Mr. Trump’s assertion that there were recordings of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. discussing Ukraine corruption, and an explicit mention by Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelensky, of Burisma Holdings, the energy company whose board employed Mr. Biden’s son Hunter.
Colonel Vindman, who appeared on Capitol Hill wearing his dark blue Army dress uniform and military medals, told House impeachment investigators that he tried to change the reconstructed transcript made by the White House staff to reflect the omissions. But while some of his edits appeared to have been successful, he said, those two corrections were not made…
…The phrases do not fundamentally change lawmakers’ understanding of the call, which was first reported by the C.I.A. whistle-blower whose complaint set off the impeachment inquiry.