Dems using impeachment inquiry to cover up covert arms deals in Ukrainian

It became very clear over the weekend that the Trump impeachment inquiry is really a way to redirect attention ironically away from Ukraine.

The phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had far more relevance for the Deep State and its use of the country to stage covert operations around the globe with arms trafficking.

The mention of presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter is but the tip of the iceberg as I wrote here. The real cause for concern and the reason all these Deep State whistleblowers have come out is because Trump mentioned many times the Crowdstrike servers sitting in Kiev with data from the run up to the 2016 election.

Look at the cast of characters charging Trump with a quid pro quo as if we can’t read the transcript ourselves. One is a career CIA staff, alleged to be Eric Ciaramella, who is a registered Democrat with close ties to ex-CIA Director John Brennan.

Now Ciaramella’s legal team will only agree to Republican’s being able to cross-examine him through written testimony, which tells me the witness probably can not sustain creditable testimony to try to bring down a duly elected president.

The other two are NSA operatives are Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and his twin brother Lt. Col. Yevgheny Vindman. Their older brother, Leonid Vindman, was fined $1.3 billion along with his employer Unicredit for violating trading sanctions by trafficking nuclear energy materials to Libya and Iran.

No the smoke and mirrors of this impeachment inquiry is to fog up the covert war and arms sales to central Asia, the Middle East and north Africa, which have been going on for at least 25 years.