MAYDAY 1652: SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 2020

“I heard Marie disliked me. Rudy investigated. He had her spied upon. But don’t worry Lev. And be happy. And rejoice. Extremely rich in

irony is MAYDAYS. Ukraine has finally opened an investigation into whether someone broke a sovereign law … Ukrainian.”

“Extremely rich in irony is MAYDAYS.
Ukraine opened an investigation into whether someone broke, Ukrainian, law,. I heard Marie,

disliked me. I had Rudy, investigate. So he had her, spied upon. But don’t worry Lev. Be happy. Indeed — rejoice … with me.”

“Rejoice with Vlad and me. What we feared most is, surreally, happening. Indeed we ne’er feared any investigation; not until Ukraine

opened an investigation into whether someone broke Ukrainian law, surveilling my ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, in Ukraine.”

“Nonetheless, abruptly sudden political change is coming, one way or another. The timing of former funny man, now President,

Zelensky, coincidental, may be. Or it may be a signal that the funny man’s sense of humor has worn thin with your dear, president.”

“Profiles in courage; my Republican congressmen. Witness that even as nuclear bombshells rain down upon them my men

remain steadfastly, resolute. Losses in men, are mounting; today’s bombshells, wounding both AG Barr … and Pence … the Vice President.”

“On the eve of and just hours before the start of my trial, a trio of bombshell, revelations: Rudy’s associate’s interview; a government

watchdog report and an announcement of their own investigation by the Ukrainians. Maybe, I’ve no future in government.”

“Justice John Roberts over my trial, shall preside. And he may be — along with my Republican congressmen a profile in courage.

More than anybody else Justice Roberts may be because of his unique position presiding at trial — a likely profile — in courage.”

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