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Hunter Biden, President Trump, Ukraine and Impeachment

So, in case local folks forgot in all the hubbub about who Robert “Hunter” Biden is, and his connection to Prescott, here’s a quick time machine trip backwards. 

According to the Prescott Police Report, “On 10/28/2016 at approximately 2200 hours Robert Biden returned a rental vehicle to Hertz car rental at 6500 MacCurdy Dr and left his identifications, credit cards, Attorney General Badge, cell phone, a meth pipe, and a used bindle to meth inside the vehicle.”

Oh, yes. It’s that Hunter Biden. It is also only fair to report that local public prosecutors declined to bring charges, because there was not enough evidence connecting Biden to actually using the meth, according to Phoenix New Times.

In 2014, Hunter Biden  son of former Vice-President Joe Biden, was on the Board of Ukrainian national gas company, Burisma. Hunter Biden was paid $50,000 per month by Burisma for his services. Hunter Biden’s business partner, Christopher Heinz, stepson to former Secretary of State John Kerry, was so concerned, that he cut ties with Hunter Biden over the matter.   Burisma was thought to be entangled in corruption, so Ukraine’s prosecutor general launched an investigation into the company.

Vice President Joe Biden then pressured Ukraine into firing the prosecutor investigating Burisma. VP Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion (yes, that’s billion with a “b”) in aid if the prosecutor was not fired.

And yet, there's more. Read the New York Post article about 'The Troubling Reason Why Biden is so soft on ChinaReason Why Biden is so soft on China,' by Peter Schweizer.

Now, let’s fast forward to a phone call between President Trump and President President Zelensky, being talked about in today’s newscasts. You can read the full memo  on the telephone conversation between the two Presidents. 

The part of the phone call that some Democrats are concerned about is highlighted in yellow below. As a matter of fact, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced a formal Impeachment Inquiry into President Trump. Pelosi’s announcement had to do with an accusation that was made before the transcript was released that there was a 'quid pro quo’ - in layman’s terms, a “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours,” - request made by President Trump. But, is that really what happened?

President Trump and the Ukrainian President Zelensky discuss the phone call:

Representative Gosar thinks investigations should be focused on Vice President Joe Biden’s actions.

Representative Biggs thinks it’s a pretty fast rush to judgment:

Representative Schweikert says it’s time to get back to work:

Representative Ann Kirkpatrick backs an impeachment hearing: 

Representative O’Halleran wants the investigation to continue:

Representative Raul Grijalva says trump is unfit to serve in office.

Representative Ruben Gallego thinks that Trump has many credible allegations.

Representative Greg Stanton thinks there is a mountain of “credible evidence":

Representative Debbie Lesko sums up known facts:

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