According to John Solomon, there are a dozen document TROVES that could change the Ukraine scandal if Trump released them. WHOA! Just how many documents are in each trove?!
No wonder Schiff’s eyes are always so bugged out.
A dozen document troves that could change the Ukraine scandal if Trump released themhttps://t.co/nT84cqQgNH
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) November 25, 2019
There are still wide swaths of documentation kept under wraps inside government agencies like the State Department that could substantially alter the public’s understanding of what has happened in the U.S.-Ukraine relationships now at the heart of the impeachment probe.
RELEASE THE KRAKEN!
Trump, dude, what are you waiting for?! Could it be something he’s holding back on in case Democrats are stupid enough to allow impeachment to actually go to the Senate? Maybe this is another one of those 4-D chess things.
As long as he releases Obama's conversations with Iran.
— Impeachment Farce West (@CWGW4128) November 26, 2019
Timing John. I’m sure he is waiting for the right time!
— Texas Strong (@Rowdman57) November 26, 2019
Thank you @jsolomonReports for your excellent reporting, fight back and do not let them smear you with no consequences
— Mike Maranto (@SingleDad30) November 25, 2019
It should also be looked into why HRC’s State Dept was delinquent on INKSNA reports by matter of years. Look at time period of huge gaps in reports and how it coincides with certain sanctions being lifted on 4 Russian companies. Pay specific attention to 2014.
— Christine To'alepai (@cballwanz) November 26, 2019
John Solomon is the Navy SEAL of investigative reporting! Doing the hard work nobody else wants to do.
— Allen MacDonald (@allen_mac86) November 25, 2019
Navy Seal of investigative reporting.
Huh, that works.
Do it! President Trump, they would do it to you!!
— Northerngal (@JoanneWitt13) November 25, 2019
They wouldn’t release them … they’d ‘leak’ them and then pretend the person who did the leaking was some great patriot or something.
Because they blow. #SorryNotSorry