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You Won’t Believe Which Top Trump Ally the Whistleblower Wants to Throw in Jail

You Won’t Believe Which Top Trump Ally the Whistleblower Wants to Throw in Jail

Rudy Giuliani

The so-called “whistleblower” made their move against President Trump.

They staged a coup designed to bring down the President and all his closest associates.

And you won’t believe which top Trump ally the whistleblower wants to throw in jail.

There has been nobody more loyal to President Trump than his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.

While many of Trump’s former allies turned on him under pressure, the former New York Mayor hasn’t backed down.

So Democrats are trying to take him down for it.

And they are using the recent “scandal” relating to a phone call President Trump had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

They claim that Trump threatened Zelensky to force him to dig into Joe Biden’s son’s business ties in Ukraine.

In 2014, Hunter Biden took a job on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma, where he ended up profiting over $3.1 million in a 16-month period.

This is suspect considering the fact that his father, who was Vice President at the time, was the one who led the Obama administration’s policy in Ukraine.

The elder Biden helped shape the energy and anti-corruption policies in Ukraine which directly affect Burisma.

So it is clear that Burisma was working to capitalize off of Hunter Biden’s father.

After all, by all indications, Hunter Biden is very unspectacular and has a long history of personal problems, including drug and alcohol abuse.

So there is good reason for Ukrainian authorities to look into the Biden family, but the fact of the matter is that Trump did not threaten anybody, as transcripts of the call prove.

So Democrats know that they can’t take out Trump over this.

But they are instead focusing on Giuliani, who has been looking into the scandal, and who Trump did recommend Ukrainian authorities speak to.

That’s why NBC News is beating the drum for charges to be placed against Giuliani, in an article they titled “Trump won’t be prosecuted for Ukraine call about Biden. But Rudy Giuliani can.”

Due to Giuliani looking into the scandal, and being in contact with Ukrainian authorities, they allege that he violated the Logan Act, writing:

“There are several different federal laws that might apply to Giuliani’s conduct here. Most obviously, Giuliani appears to be in violation of the Logan Act, which makes it a crime for private citizens who attempt to intervene without authorization in disputes or controversies between the United States and foreign governments.”

They also allege that Giuliani may have engaged in “extortion,” which the call proves is entirely false.

Instead, Giuliani simply cares about getting to the bottom of the scandal.

Speaking to Fox News, he points out that the entire scandal relating to Trump’s phone call will actually be a negative for Biden, as the media is now shining a light on his situation.

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 “It’s the only way you can get this out,” Giuliani said. “The only way that they [the media] would cover this story is by punching the president in the face, and then the president deflects the punch — which he’s done — the story’s come way down from where it was, and then he hits ’em with a right hand that’s more powerful.”

While Giuliani, who is a lawyer and knows what he is doing, clearly did nothing wrong, it won’t stop Democrats from going after him.

He will likely end up being forced to speak to Congress in a sideshow hearing over this, but ultimately there will almost certainly be no real charges he will face.

Do you think Joe Biden abused his status as Vice President to enrich his son?

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(h/t Black Eye Politics)

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