According to Red State, an investigative journalist, John Solomon just droppers mouth watering news that there are still “wide swaths of documentation kept under wraps inside government agencies” like the State Department that could have a big effect on the current impeachment proceedings in the House.
A dozen document troves that could change the Ukraine scandal if Trump released themhttps://t.co/nT84cqQgNH
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) November 25, 2019
Red State explained some of the tranches of documents which Solomon listed. You can see his further questions here.
1. Daily intelligence reports from March through August 2019 on Ukraine’s new president Volodymyr Zelensky and his relationship with oligarchs and other key figures.
2. State Department memos detailing conversations between former U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko.
3. State Department memos on U.S. funding given to the George Soros-backed group the Anti-Corruption Action Centre.
4. The transcripts of Joe Biden’s phone calls and meetings with Ukraine’s president and prime minister from April 2014 to January 2017 when Hunter Biden served on the board of the natural gas company Burisma Holdings.
5. All documents from an Office of Special Counsel whistleblower investigation into unusual energy transactions in Ukraine.
6. All FBI, CIA, Treasury Department and State Department documents concerning possible wrongdoing at Burisma Holdings.
7. All documents from 2015-16 concerning the decision by the State Department’s foreign aid funding arm, USAID, to pursue a joint project with Burisma Holdings.
8. All cables, memos and documents showing State Department’s dealings with Burisma Holding representatives in 2015 and 2016.
9. All contacts that the Energy Department, Justice Department or State Department had with Vice President Joe Biden’s office concerning Burisma Holdings, Hunter Biden or business associate Devon Archer.
10. All memos, emails and other documents concerning a possible U.S. embassy’s request in spring 2019 to monitor the social media activities and analytics of certain U.S. media personalities considered favorable to President Trump.
11. All State, CIA, FBI and DOJ documents concerning efforts by individual Ukrainian government officials to exert influence on the 2016 U.S. election, including an anti-Trump Op-Ed written in August 2016 by Ukraine’s ambassador to Washington or efforts to publicize allegations against Paul Manafort.
12. All State, CIA, FBI and DOJ documents concerning contacts with a Democratic National Committee contractor named Alexandra Chalupa and her dealings with the Ukrainian embassy in Washington or other Ukrainian figure.
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