Alexandra Chalupa and Andrii Telizhenko | Victor Takacs
America’s mayor is now America’s investigator. Liberals enjoy asking why Rudy Giuliani is investigating the Biden’s and their Ukrainian dealings. Here’s my question to liberals: “Who in the hell else is going to investigate this potential corruption?” The FBI, who illegally acquired a FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign officials? The extremely pro-Trump State Department? The Department of Justice, already bogged down in an investigation of the mess democrats created via the Russia Hoax?
This nation has been drug through multiple years of fake nonsense and made up accusations about our president; all the while everything that the left has done has been “swept under the rug.” We have a major problem in this country today. Justice has become a one-sided shit show. Rudy Giuliani is investigating in defense of his client, the President, as a special envoy to Ukraine. Many presidents have had envoys in the past.
Alexandra Chalupa and Andrii Telizhenko are both mentioned in Stern and Vogel’s Politico article above. Written on January 11, 2017, the article has become a catalyst for the argument that Ukraine made an effort to influence the outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election. Instrumental in that process were Alexandra Chalupa and Andrii Telizhenko. Telizhenko, a political officer at the Ukrainian Embassy, was forced to conduct opposition research on Trump, Manafort, and Russia. Now a Giuliani ally, Telizhenko makes it clear that Chalupa and other Ukrainian officials were definitely trying to influence the 2016 Presidential Election’s outcome. He says that they wanted an outcome that would be favorable to Hillary Clinton. Administration emails resurrect the name Andrii Telizhenko. These emails, obtained by Laura Ingraham of Fox News’ Ingraham Angle, likely came from Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani has been saying as of late that he is now releasing damaging evidence about Hunter and Joe Biden.