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This is not going away....  

 

 
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Joe Biden exercised incredibly poor judgement, placing a highly classified counterintelligence operation at risk, and undermined the incoming administration.
 
Alex Plitsas
By Alex Plitsas
SEPTEMBER 17, 2020
 

A recently leaked phone call between then-Vice President Joe Biden and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko directly after the 2016 presidential election shows that Biden sought to sabotage the incoming Trump administration before Donald Trump even took office, and much worse.

During the course of the call, Biden badmouthed the incoming administration, saying, “The truth of the matter is that the incoming administration doesn’t know a great deal about [Ukraine]” and that they were unprepared for the transition. This in itself is inappropriate, but it was meant to set the stage for Biden’s next statement and future plans.

 

Biden then told Poroshenko, “I don’t plan on going away. As a private citizen, I plan on staying deeply engaged in the endeavor that you have begun and we have begun.” In a matter of moments, Biden undermined the incoming administration, branded them as not knowing anything about Ukraine, and attempted to set up a foreign policy backchannel for himself after he left office as a private citizen, which could violate the Logan Act.

The Logan Act bars private citizens from engaging in U.S. foreign policy, although its constitutionality remains questionable and no person has ever been convicted of violating it since it was signed into law in 1799. Ironically, this is the same act that, at Joe Biden’s suggestion, the FBI accused National Security Advisor Michael Flynn of violating as a result of a discussion Flynn had with the Russian ambassador to the United States around nearly the same time as Biden’s call with Poroshenko.

To fortify his position and to make Poroshenko more confident that he should continue to deal with Biden once he left office, in the call Biden also intimated that there is a problem with the incoming administration: “The reason I bother to tell you that is I have been somewhat limited on what I am able to tell their team about Ukraine.”

While Biden blamed this on a late start to the transition process, we now know he said this at the same time the FBI and other U.S. intelligence agencies were conducting a counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia, known as “Crossfire Hurricane,” of which Ukraine was a part.

 

Since it was leaked by a Ukrainian member of Parliament, the phone call was obviously recorded by the Ukrainians, and almost certainly by Russian intelligence services. Biden would have been aware of this from his time on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and as vice president.

So Biden, the sitting vice president of the United States, told a foreign leader whose country was part of a highly classified FBI counterintelligence investigation that there were things he couldn’t share about his country with the incoming administration and that they weren’t cleared. We now know from subsequent investigations that the Trump administration did not in fact collude with Russia, but at the time, Biden didn’t and he was privy to the fact that the FBI had opened the investigation.

If Russian intelligence had actually penetrated the incoming Trump administration, Biden’s comments would have almost certainly tipped them off that something was amiss, placing our national security in grave danger.

Additionally, it is mind-boggling that the vice president felt comfortable telling a foreign leader that there were things he was unable to tell the incoming administration at the same time the Department of Justice and the FBI failed to notify President-elect Trump of potential counterintelligence risks (that ended up not being true) posed by members of his campaign team who might join his administration in official capacities.

 

In the end, it is clear that Biden exercised incredibly poor judgment, placing a highly classified counterintelligence operation at risk; undermined the incoming administration; and attempted to set up a foreign policy backchannel for himself so he could remain involved in U.S-Ukrainian policy even though he was not sanctioned to do so by law.

All of this took place while his son, Hunter Biden, was on the payroll of a Ukrainian energy firm for which he admitted he had no related experience.

Alex Plitsas is a national security professional, Bronze Star Medal recipient, and U.S. Army combat veteran of the Iraq War. He served previously in the Pentagon as chief of sensitive activities for the assistant secretary for special operations. Follow him on Twitter

 


 

 

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If a tree falls in the woods and there is no member of the DEMedia there to hear it, will the DEMedia ever report that trees can fall down on their own? 

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Just add it to the 2020 election c h I t show that never gets reported by the demedia.... .Biden lies and harris will swear by it...then try’s and use the gigalo Word game to straighten it out...but Biden’s manifest ,me too,jillys corvette ,busing ,kkk and Byrd 

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This is more evidence of the depth of the swamp that successive Democrat administrations have sunk into.

 

The Clinton's stole anything not nailed down when they left the WH, but the Obamas stole the integrity.

 

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Question for the knowledgeable.

 

If Biden gets indicted before the election, or has to remove himself from the ballot for any reason, what of the mail-in votes already cast for him?

 

Since people were voting for him and not his successor, are they voided? Is there a precedent?

 

Will a situation like this end up in the Supreme Court?

 

Will Schumer request ACB recuse herself from such a deliberation and ruling?

 

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5 mins ago, Maine Guide said:

Better get it out in the open. Quickly. 

 

Three weeks until the vote, and millions of votes have been cast already. 

Strategically I disagree, better to keep him live on the ticket, I have a feeling that the DNC sees him as a liability and wants him gone.

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59 mins ago, FishinMortician said:

A long tradition of a peaceful transition of power existed until osama. When he left office it seems he was only concerned with political dirty tricks. Scumbags.

 

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The Gay Kenyon has never been anything but an American loathing muslim, a total plant to destroy America from the inside out.

 

Anyone that judges a person by their actions can see this plain as day and did from the get in 2007; folks that admire his suit and nice abs ( @MaxKatt etc) cannot see this, it's all about looks not actions.

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I remember being impressed Biden knew what the Logan Act was in the transcript of a sabotage Trump meeting with President Obama and the FBI and some lawyers.  That was his whole contribution to the meeting and I think everybody was a little startled he was briefly "the smartest guy in the room".  Guess we know why it was in his mental Rolodex at the time.  

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Just an observation , there seems to be no end to the BS this whole crew is embroiled in. So what the hell are the Republicans waiting for ? The MSM ? The contributions should have been used to splash all of this garbage all over the place . Granted , a lot of imbeciles willingly ignore , however , there are plenty of half way intelligent folks who just don’t follow along, Pres. Trumps campaign has been poorly run . 

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