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White House Coverup allegations – What we know so far…

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  • The White House lawyers directed moving the phone call documents/transcripts to a highly secure system. The White House acknowledged today (Friday 27th of September) that administration officials directed a now-infamous Phone Call Transcript be filed in a highly classified system, confirming allegations contained at the whistleblower complaint.
  • The Ukrainian phone call transcript which the White House released publicly on Wednesday, did not contain any information like intelligence secrets or military plans that might ordinarily merit moving it to a highly classified system.
  • According to CNN’s count. At least 219 House Democrats — more than half of the 435 members — have publicly stated support for impeachment proceedings,
  • Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said “the Pentagon officials will provide “whatever information” they can to Congress around the matter of delaying US military aid to Ukraine… We will make, we will provide to Congress and whomever whatever information we can provide with regard to this incident, just—with regard to this matter, just as we would with any other matter,”
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper Photo by: U.S. Secretary of Defense Official FB Page
  • Only 12 House Democrats haven’t called for impeachment. Here are the12 House Representatives who haven’t made public statements in support of impeachment. (1.) Rep. Lucy McBath of Georgia (2.) Rep. Jared Golden of Maine. (3.) Rep. Collin Peterson of Minnesota. (4.) Rep. Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey. (5.) Rep. Xochitl Torres Small of New Mexico. (6.) Rep. Max Rose of New York. (7.) Rep. Ron Kind of Wisconsin. (8.) Rep. Ben McAdams of Utah. (9.) Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas. (10.) Rep. Joe Cunningham of South Carolina. (11.) Rep. Kendra Horn of Oklahoma. (12.) Rep. Anthony Brindisi of New York.
  • Republican Vermont Gov. Phil Scott is the FIRST GOP governor to support an impeachment inquiry into President Drumpf. Mr. Scott said: “I support getting the facts in that inquiry that’s happening today, So I think this is, these are serious allegations we need to — we need to make sure that we do the fact finding and figure out what exactly did happen.”
Republican Vermont Gov. Phil Scott. Photo by Vermont State Police

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