Former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch may have been lied while testifying at the closed hearing on President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry on October, 11.
On late Thursday, Fox News got an e-mail from a Democratic congressional employee, which had bee directed to Yovanovitch in order to discuss “delicate and tie sensitive questions.”
“This show has obtained exclusively an email from that Democratic staffer for the House Foreign Affairs Committee sent by private email to the former American Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch,” Fox News host Tucker Carlson claimed. “Yovanovitch, you know, is a key player in the Democrats’ impeachment probe and was recalled from her post in Ukraine by President Trump in May 2019 following allegations of serious partisanship and political bias.”
An email writes: “I’m writing to see if you would have time to meet up for a chat — in particular, I’m hoping to discuss some Ukraine-related oversight questions we are exploring. I’d appreciate the change to ground-truth a few pieces of information with you, some of which are quite delicate/time-sensitive and, thus, we want to make sure we get them right.”
It turned out that the letter was directed on August, 14 – that is “two days after the whistleblower complaint was filed and a month before that complaint became public.”
The whistleblower was supposed to go to Adam Schiff before he or she revealed the complaint.
Thus, while testifying, Yovanovitch lied that she did not obtain an e-mail, but “in fact, it turns out that she did respond,” Carlson claimed. “She said she ‘looked forward to chatting with [the Democratic staffer].”
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