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Schiff and Vindman Thought Obama Sent Javlin Weapons to Ukraine

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When in reality, all he sent them was blankets and MREs. 

 

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3 minutes ago, dontlooknow said:

So what does this supposed to mean?

Want to ask that question again, in English?

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22 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

Want to ask that question again, in English?

So what is this supposed to mean? In English again. 

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And Vindman admitted he was advising Ukraine to ignore Trump. 

That's treason. 

 

Ratcliffe challenged Vindman to show in the call transcript, where the President demanded anything from Ukraine:

Vindman could not name anywhere in the transcript where the President demanded anything and that it was all what Vindman perceived and not based on the law or others interpretations of the meeting.  Vindman had concerns about the President’s policy (who is he?) –

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Congressman Ratcliffe next destroyed the witness Vindman pointing out how Vindman told Ukrainian officials (not detailed in the discussion) to ignore President Trump – a blatant crime 

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We heard Ratcliffe eviserated Vindman, but this is worse than I thought. 

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1 minute ago, dontlooknow said:

So what is this supposed to mean? In English again. 

It shows that Vindman didn't know WTF was going on between the U.S. and Ukraine. 

Obama never gave/sold any Javlins to Ukraine.   

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3 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

And Vindman admitted he was advising Ukraine to ignore Trump. 

That's treason. 

 

Ratcliffe challenged Vindman to show in the call transcript, where the President demanded anything from Ukraine:

Vindman could not name anywhere in the transcript where the President demanded anything and that it was all what Vindman perceived and not based on the law or others interpretations of the meeting.  Vindman had concerns about the President’s policy (who is he?) –

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Congressman Ratcliffe next destroyed the witness Vindman pointing out how Vindman told Ukrainian officials (not detailed in the discussion) to ignore President Trump – a blatant crime 

Vindman-1-600x539.jpg

 

We heard Ratcliffe eviserated Vindman, but this is worse than I thought. 

Hang the traitorous scum.

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sup·posed
/səˈpōzd,səˈpōzəd/
adjective
  1. generally assumed or believed to be the case, but not necessarily so.
    "people admire their supposed industriousness"

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Just now, RebelGator said:

Hang the traitorous scum.

Yes Trump needs to be impeached over this stuff. 

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We been trading weapons with Ukraine for five years at least. But Obama didn't trade it for election dirt. 

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6 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

And Vindman admitted he was advising Ukraine to ignore Trump. 

That's treason. 

 

Ratcliffe challenged Vindman to show in the call transcript, where the President demanded anything from Ukraine:

Vindman could not name anywhere in the transcript where the President demanded anything and that it was all what Vindman perceived and not based on the law or others interpretations of the meeting.  Vindman had concerns about the President’s policy (who is he?) –

Vindman-03-600x439.jpg

Congressman Ratcliffe next destroyed the witness Vindman pointing out how Vindman told Ukrainian officials (not detailed in the discussion) to ignore President Trump – a blatant crime 

Vindman-1-600x539.jpg

 

We heard Ratcliffe eviserated Vindman, but this is worse than I thought. 

Trump's own transcript says you gotta do me a favor tho. Then he mentions the election dirt. 

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5 hours ago, dontlooknow said:

We been trading weapons with Ukraine for five years at least. But Obama didn't trade it for election dirt. 

MREs and blankets are weapons?

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6 hours ago, Golfboy said:

And Vindman admitted he was advising Ukraine to ignore Trump. 

That's treason. 

 

Ratcliffe challenged Vindman to show in the call transcript, where the President demanded anything from Ukraine:

Vindman could not name anywhere in the transcript where the President demanded anything and that it was all what Vindman perceived and not based on the law or others interpretations of the meeting.  Vindman had concerns about the President’s policy (who is he?) –

Vindman-03-600x439.jpg

Congressman Ratcliffe next destroyed the witness Vindman pointing out how Vindman told Ukrainian officials (not detailed in the discussion) to ignore President Trump – a blatant crime 

Vindman-1-600x539.jpg

 

We heard Ratcliffe eviserated Vindman, but this is worse than I thought. 

Staying out is NOT a good idea?

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During a joint press conference Wednesday with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, President Donald Trump took a shot at former President Barack Obama, claiming that while the Trump administration provided Ukraine with "anti-tank busters," Obama simply sent "pillows and sheets."

Facts First: Trump is being hyperbolic here. While the Obama administration was criticized for its refusal to provide lethal assistance to Ukraine, it did provide more than $100 million in security assistance, as well as a significant amount of defense and military equipment.

By March 2015, the US had committed more than $120 million in security assistance for Ukraine and had pledged an additional $75 million worth of equipment including UAVs, counter-mortar radars, night vision devices and medical supplies, according to the Pentagon's Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

That assistance also included some 230 armored Humvee vehicles.

Trump appears to be echoing a critique leveled at the Obama administration by the late Republican Sen. John McCain. "The Ukrainians are being slaughtered and we're sending blankets and meals," McCain said in 2015. "Blankets don't do well against Russian tanks."

While it never provided lethal aid, many of the items that the Obama administration did provide were seen as critical to Ukraine's military. Part of the $250 million assistance package that the Trump administration announced (then froze and later unfroze) included many of the same items that were provided under Obama, including medical equipment, night vision gear and counter-artillery radar.

The Trump administration did approve the provision of arms to Ukraine, including sniper rifles, rocket launchers and Javelin anti-tank missiles, something long sought by Kiev.

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1 minute ago, dontlooknow said:

During a joint press conference Wednesday with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, President Donald Trump took a shot at former President Barack Obama, claiming that while the Trump administration provided Ukraine with "anti-tank busters," Obama simply sent "pillows and sheets."

Facts First: Trump is being hyperbolic here. While the Obama administration was criticized for its refusal to provide lethal assistance to Ukraine, it did provide more than $100 million in security assistance, as well as a significant amount of defense and military equipment.

By March 2015, the US had committed more than $120 million in security assistance for Ukraine and had pledged an additional $75 million worth of equipment including UAVs, counter-mortar radars, night vision devices and medical supplies, according to the Pentagon's Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

That assistance also included some 230 armored Humvee vehicles.

Trump appears to be echoing a critique leveled at the Obama administration by the late Republican Sen. John McCain. "The Ukrainians are being slaughtered and we're sending blankets and meals," McCain said in 2015. "Blankets don't do well against Russian tanks."

While it never provided lethal aid, many of the items that the Obama administration did provide were seen as critical to Ukraine's military. Part of the $250 million assistance package that the Trump administration announced (then froze and later unfroze) included many of the same items that were provided under Obama, including medical equipment, night vision gear and counter-artillery radar.

The Trump administration did approve the provision of arms to Ukraine, including sniper rifles, rocket launchers and Javelin anti-tank missiles, something long sought by Kiev.

Last Wednesday?

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7 hours ago, Golfboy said:

And Vindman admitted he was advising Ukraine to ignore Trump. 

That's treason. 

 

Ratcliffe challenged Vindman to show in the call transcript, where the President demanded anything from Ukraine:

Vindman could not name anywhere in the transcript where the President demanded anything and that it was all what Vindman perceived and not based on the law or others interpretations of the meeting.  Vindman had concerns about the President’s policy (who is he?) –

Vindman-03-600x439.jpg

Congressman Ratcliffe next destroyed the witness Vindman pointing out how Vindman told Ukrainian officials (not detailed in the discussion) to ignore President Trump – a blatant crime 

Vindman-1-600x539.jpg

 

We heard Ratcliffe eviserated Vindman, but this is worse than I thought. 

Damn....

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