The impeachment inquisition, to the dismay of dysfunctional Democrats and in particular ringleader Adam Schiff, is taking on a life of its own that is threatening to unravel the tightly knit and well-orchestrated witch hunt.
Within recent days the motive behind the impeachment inquiry is beginning to see the light-of-day, and what we’re discovering is a coup d’etat, long in the making by an unscrupulous band of conspirators, out to frame the President.
This latest revelation concerns a shadowy figure, who first burst on the national impeachment scene last week by the name of Marie Yovanovitch, however, Yovanovitch is well known among career diplomats.
The closely cropped redhead was the former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, who was fired by President Trump, and is now somehow considered a key witness by House Democrats’ eager to use whatever meaningless tidbit by Yovanovitch to bolster their impeachment inquiry, regardless of the fact that she was terminated in May of 2019, several months before the infamous July phone call.
The ouster of Yovanovitch by President Trump has infuriated career State Department diplomats, who apparently view their tenure has a lifelong occupations within the deep state, rather as a temporary position, that serves at the pleasure of the President, thus her abrupt firing may be the cause for Yovanovitch’s testifying under oath, and perhaps harboring a personal grudge against the President.
This may be the reason why Yovanovitch either willfully lied or mistakenly testified under oath, that she did not respond to a personal email sent by a Democratic congressional staffer concerning a “quite delicate” and “time-sensitive” matter, just two days after the whistleblower complaint, that kick-started the inquiry.
Congressman Lee Zeldin from New York had asked the former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, about the personal email she received on August 14th from Democratic staffer Laura Carey, and whether she responded to Carey’s email.
Yovanovitch responded “under oath” she never replied to the email, when in fact she did.
The career diplomat described Carey’s initial email.
“I alerted the State Department, because I’m still an employee, and so, matters are generally handled through the State Department.”
Adding that the email came “from the Foreign Affairs Committee,” and “they wanted me to come in and talk about it, I guess, the circumstances of my departure” as Ukraine ambassador months earlier.
Yovanovitch continued: “So, she emailed me. I alerted the State Department and, you know, asked them to handle the correspondence. And, she emailed me again and said, you know, ‘Who should I be in touch with?”
However, State Department procedure forbids congressional staff to reach out to a current State Department employee at their personal email address for official business, which once again raises questions to how Schiff’s witch hunt probe is breaking all the rules.
Moreover, while it’s possible that Yovanovitch may not have recalled responding to a quick inquiry, a lengthy email exchange is certainly another matter.
Carey’s initial email stating to Yovanovitch, “I’m writing to see if you would have time to meet up for a chat — in particular, I’m hoping to discuss some Ukraine-related oversight questions we are exploring,” Carey then wrote to Yovanovitch. “I’d appreciate the chance to ground-truth a few pieces of information with you, some of which are quite delicate/time-sensitive and thus, we want to make sure we get them right.”
Carey continued: “Could you let me know if you have any time this week or next to connect? Happy to come to a place of your choosing, or if easier to speak by phone at either of the numbers below. I’m also around this weekend if meeting up over coffee works.”
Yovanovitch responds the next day (August 15th), “Thanks for reaching out — and congratulations on your new job. I would love to reconnect and look forward to chatting with you. I have let EUR [Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs] know that you are interested in talking and they will be in touch with you shortly.”
The two corresponded by personal email again on the 19th Which suggests to any reasonable individual that the former U.S. Ambassador lied under oath, perhaps thinking that no one would investigate her personal email correspondence.
Zeldin told Fox News on Thursday it was “greatly concerning” that Yovanovitch may have testified incorrectly that she did not personally respond to Carey’s email.
Adding, “I would highly suspect that this Democratic staffer’s work was connected in some way to the whistleblower’s effort, which has evolved into this impeachment charade,” Zeldin said. “We do know that the whistleblower was in contact with [House Intelligence Committee Chairman] Adam Schiff’s team before the whistleblower had even hired an attorney or filed a whistleblower complaint even though Schiff had lied to the public originally claiming that there was no contact. Additionally, while the contents of the email from this staffer to Ambassador Yovanovitch clearly state what the conversation would be regarding, Yovanovitch, when I asked her specifically what the staffer was looking to speak about, did not provide these details.”
Zeldin added: “I specifically asked her whether the Democratic staffer was responded to by Yovanovitch or the State Department. It is greatly concerning that Ambassador Yovanovitch didn’t answer my question as honestly as she should have, especially while under oath.”