I am not getting out the balloons and confetti just yet, but it looks as if Lindsey Graham is starting to make some moves against the Bidens.
Graham has been dragging his feet and frustrating many Trump supporters over his inaction against the Bidens. However, he’s made a move. He requested documents pertaining to Joe and Hunter Biden and Ukraine officials.
Graham took to Twitter where he announced his move.
He wrote: “Today, I sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo requesting documents related to contacts between: Vice President Biden, Hunter Biden, other Obama administration officials and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko,” he tweeted.
Today, I sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo requesting documents related to contacts between:
➡️ Vice President Biden
➡️ Hunter Biden
➡️ other Obama administration officials and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) November 21, 2019
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Biden is suspected of using his position as vice president to withhold support from Ukraine until they fired a prosecutor who was looking into corruption at the energy company Burisma where his son worked and hauled in a massive salary.
“Why would you wanna fire the guy after he prosecuted the person you said was the dirtiest person in all of Ukraine?” said Graham to Sean Hannity about the probe.
“I want to know are there any transcripts or readouts of the phone calls between the vice president and the president of the Ukraine in February, after the raid on the gas company president’s house,” he said.
“After this raid, Hunter Biden kicks in, Hunter Biden’s law business partner meets with John Kerry, and Vice President Biden on three occasions makes a phone call to the President of Ukraine, and goes over there in March, and they fire the guy!” Graham went on to say.
Lindsey appeared on Hannity to discuss the issue further.
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