And Adam Schiff wonders what questions could possibly be asked of him if he were called to testify before a Senate impeachment hearing!
Back in October Breitbart’s Aaron Klein reported that Thomas Eager, a staffer for the House Intelligence Committee chairman, had traveled to Ukraine the previous month, adding that the trip was sponsored and organized by the Atlantic Council, a think tank. Klein further noted that one of the Atlantic Council’s sources of funding is Burisma, the Ukrainian natural gas company, which routinely works in partnership with the think tank. Burisma is of course the company that paid Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, $80,000 a month to serve on its board.
Several weeks after that report, another bombshell exploded with the revelation that William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in Ukraine who would later testify in the House impeachment inquiry hearings, met with a Schiff staffer in Ukraine days prior to Politico’s publishing the leak.
Now comes the latest dot to be connected. Yesterday Klein reported that a second Schiff staffer served as a fellow for the Atlantic Council. His name is Sean Misko, and he has been described as “close friends” with Eric Ciaramella, the individual who likely functioned as the so-called whistleblower.
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It turns out, moreover, that Taylor has tied to the Atlantic Council:
Breitbart News reported that Taylor himself has evidenced a close relationship with the Atlantic Council think tank, writing Ukraine policy pieces with the organization’s director and analysis articles published by the Council.