(Tea Party PAC) – You’ve heard that saying “and the plot thickens” probably a million times before, especially when new information arises in a specific circumstance that could potentially take the future direction of said situation in a totally different way than previously foreseen. That’s been happening a lot in the public impeachment hearings happening lately, particularly as it pertains to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.
Vindman testified in the impeachment inquiry hearing on Tuesday and it seems that Rep. Jim Jordan actually got the man to admit that he didn’t “report to chain of command” as he claimed he did in previously closed-door testimony.
In other words, the man committed perjury.
Here’s more from Gateway Pundit:
In Vindman’s previous deposition on page 154 of 259, Vindman said he was “reporting to chain of command” but Tim Morrison, who was his senior, didn’t know about his concerns about Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.
Congressman Mark Meadows pointed out this discrepancy on Tuesday in the middle of the show trial.
In his deposition, page 154 and page 259, Col. Vindman said himself he was “reporting to chain of command.” Morrison was his senior, and he didn’t know about it. You’re pushing back against Vindman’s words. Not mine.
In his deposition, page 154 and page 259, Col. Vindman said himself he was “reporting to chain of command.” Morrison was his senior, and he didn’t know about it. You’re pushing back against Vindman’s words. Not mine. https://t.co/QC6UNYwJ65
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) November 19, 2019
“Col. Vindman, after the call, why didn’t you go to Mr. Morrison?” Jim Jordan asked Vindman.
“Per the instructions from the July 10th incident, I went immediately to Mr. Eisenberg (NSC lawyer) — after I expressed my concerns…it was an extremely busy week,” Vindman said.
Vindman continued, “I managed to speak to two folks in the inter-agency. I attempted to try to talk to Mr. Morrison. That didn’t happen before I received instructions from John Eisenberg to not talk to anybody else any further.”
So he went directly to an NSC lawyer with his grievances about Trump’s policy with Ukraine and leaked the contents of the call to George Kent and an individual in the IC (Eric Ciaramella) rather than to his boss Tim Morrison.
Jim Jordan was onto Vindman’s game and blasted him.
“You don’t talk to your boss, but you talk to your brother, you talk to your lawyer, you talked to Secretary Kent and you talked to the (whistleblower) — is that right?” Jordan said.
Jordan called out Vindman’s game — plant disinformation seeds by leaking to his “coordination partners” in order to launch another coup attempt to remove Trump from office — Vindman went outside of his chain of command and never spoke to his boss Tim Morrison because his plan from day one was to leak disinformation to a whistleblower.
Vindman was also caught in a big fat whopper when he said that he didn’t know the identity of the whistleblower, but then admitted to leaking information to an “official in the intel community.”
As you can see, there’s a high probability that the reason we’re having this impeachment trial in the first place is because this man worked with the whistleblower to help carry out a coup orchestrated by the Deep State led by Democratic politicians who desperately want to take the White House in 2020 and get revenge for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 loss.
It sounds petty and childish, but if you’ve been involved in politics for more than a minute, you know that’s practically the left’s modus operandi.