Friday, 22 November 2019

‘How Dare You’ – John Solomon BLOWS UP Fiona Hill’s Testimony Suggesting His Reporting on Ukraine is ‘Russian Propaganda’

Adam Schiff’s closing witness Thursday in the Democrat impeachment show trials was Fiona Hill, a former National Security Council official specializing in Soviet, Russian and European affairs.
Fiona Hill is a Deep State-Soros hack who admitted she was shown the phony, Hillary-funded Steele dossier one day before BuzzFeed published it in January of 2017.
Fiona Hill attacked award-winning investigative journalist John Solomon during her testimony, questioned his patriotism and suggested his impeccable reporting on Ukrainian matters was ‘Russian propaganda.’
John Solomon’s investigative reports on Ukraine span from exposing DNC operative Alexandra Chalupa’s meetings at the Ukrainian embassy to get dirt on Manafort, to the ‘black ledger’ that was used to raid Manafort’s home, to Burisma Holdings and the Biden crime family, to CrowdStrike — and the Democrats are attacking John Solomon’s work because Trump’s July 25 phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky referenced Solomon’s reporting.
John Solomon always uses government documents, emails and other verified records to back up his reporting. He also interviews high-level officials to add layers to his reporting.
But Democrat hacks like Adam Schiff and other impeachment witnesses have been attacking John Solomon’s reporting as “debunked conspiracy theories.”

Mr. Solomon unleashed on Fiona Hill in a pair of tweets Thursday evening.
SOLOMON: How dare Fiona Hill question my patriotism or suggest I was part of a Russian disinformation campaign without a single fact. My sources were all US officials or Ukrainian officials aligned against Russia. Her accusations must have made Joe McCarthy smile up from hell. 
John Solomon NUKED Fiona Hill in his second tweet. 
SOLOMON: Fiona Hill suggested my Ukraine stories were Russian propaganda. If she’s such an expert she would know my main character Yuriy Lutsenko was a political prisoner of the Russian backed Yanukovych regime and the US pleaded for his release and applauded his appointment as prosecutor 

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