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Shem Horne
From the Bill Taylor testimony, he didn't even receive a readout of the call transcript from Trump to Zelensky πŸ˜‚ We all read it, nothing bad happened in the call, and there was no quid pro quo.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Compare Bill Taylor's testimony with the whistleblower complaint, neither one of which had actually seen the transcript of the call until it was released publically. It's painfully obvious that those two were working together. Let's get them both under oath and ask them.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Ukraine asked Bill Taylor to have the United States sumbit an official request for an investigation into Burismas corruption and Bill Taylor referred them to our DOJ for help with that. Sounds like Bill Taylor was trying to interfere in the 2020 election huh? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Taylor repeatedly says in this statement that on numerous occasions he said he would resign if the US foreign policy towards Ukraine changed in any way. Instead of resigning he decided to participate in a coup attempt I guess. He thinks he runs our foreign policy not Trump
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Well over a month after the July 25th phone call, Ukraine learned from a Politico article that the aid had been held up, and Bill Taylor told them he had no idea why it was being held up. If Bill Taylor didn't know, and Ukraine didn't know, how can there be a quid pro quo? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
September 1st, Zelensky asks VP Pence about the security aid. VP Pence tells him that we wanted Europe to be more involved in supporting Ukraine and that we want assurances that Ukraine is fighting corruption. Still no quid pro quo.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
πŸ˜‚all the media reports are about this Sondland/Taylor conversation but they leave out the part where Taylor and Sondland were thinking about having the Ukrainian Prosecutor General make the statement about investigating corruption instead of Zelensky. He clearly is for it.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
The next day after the phone call between Sondland and Taylor, Ukrainian officials were frustrated because no one would answer questions about the aide being held up. Meaning THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHY. Meaning NO QUID PRO QUO lol. This statement isn't damaging to Trump at all.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Three days after Taylor claims Sondland told him that military aid was being withheld until an investigation happened, Zelensky still had no idea why it was being held up lol. If this is a quid pro quo this is the worst one in history πŸ˜‚
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Also, nearly all the information that Bill Taylor is getting he is hearing third hand through this Morrison guy. Morrison is describing conversations and phone calls to him Bill Taylor doesn't actually hear any of this himself. This sounds exactly like the whistleblower.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Here Bill Taylor is relaying a conversation he heard about from Morrison, who heard about it from Sondland, in which Sondland told him that President Trump said there was no quid pro quo. Literally a game of telephoneπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Taylor said he talked to Sondland again, who again repeats that Trump said there is no quid pro quo. Sondland repeatedly has said that the statements regarding corruption were in relation to setting up a meeting not military aide but Taylor still tries to say it was the opposite.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
The day after that call, where Sondland told him there was no quid pro quo, Taylor texts Sondland and Volker saying there is a quid pro quo and is AGAIN told there was no quid pro quo. He literally keeps saying he was repeatedly told there wasn't a quid pro quo.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
So after being repeatedly told by Sondland, both in texts and on the phone, that there was no quid pro quo of any kind tied to military aide, the military aide was released without any statement ever being made about investigations. Literally no quid pro quo at all πŸ˜‚
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Bill Taylor then tries to claim that Ukrainians were "livid" that the transcript was released and had no notice of it, which is nonsense because President Trump spoke about it publicly that he intended to release it before he did it.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Bill Taylor in his closing remarks talks about this all being a "rancorous story" about "quid pro quos" but I just read 15 pages of him saying he was told over and over again that there were no quid pro quos of any kind lol.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
So let's circle back to this section, the one the Democrats and the media are hyping and saying is the end of Trump and is so "damaging" to him. The only time Bill Taylor ever claims that military assistance was tied to anything. 1/
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Taylor claims that Sondland tells him that "everything" is tied to Zelensky making a statement about investigating corruption, including Burisma and the 2016 election interference. But Sondland repeatedly told him before and after that call there was no such quid pro quo 2/
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Also, Taylor was fine with the idea of having the Ukrainian Prosecutor General coordinating with AG Barr to make the statement. The media literally leaves that part out πŸ˜‚. It's almost like asking for corruption to be investigated isn't a crime? 3/3
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
I'm actually kind of shocked how much of Bill Taylor's testimony here actually helps Trump. Ukraine had no clue why the aid was being withheld, Taylor had no direct knowledge of most of these conversations, and repeatedly says he was told there was no quid pro quo at all.
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Shem Horne Oct 22
Replying to @Shem_Infinite
Of course, we all knew all of this anyways, because its all been reported for the last month. But if this is it, this is all they've got? They are way way way overplaying their hand lol. They must expect no one would actually read his testimony and just their analysis on it. /end
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