A large group of individuals who have access to evidence of what was said during the phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky have come forward. The information that they have provided on this call fully exonerates the President of any wrongdoing. This group is called the American people. We all have the evidence to discredit any of the accounts of any “whistleblower” that comes forward to Adam Schiff and the Democrats.
In Gregg’s new book, Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History, he lays out how the deep state, the media, and Democrats fabricated “facts” and used the phrase “if true” to push for President Trump’s impeachment.
Every citizen of the United States, and even the world, has access to the “transcript” of the call between the two leaders. This means that anyone who has read the transcript has knowledge of what truly happened during the call between the two leaders. Any “whistleblowers” that are trying to give evidence of anything else being said on the call have no credibility against the facts. This is merely another attempt to manufacture a crime.
The Democrats’ main legal argument that an impeachable offense occurred is based off of President Trump using the phrase “do me a favor,” a phrase that he uses frequently. Any “whistleblowers” account does not hold weight to the material hard facts and real evidence the American people have. The Ukrainian-President Trump call controversy is dead; all of the evidence has proven that no crime was committed.