For more than two months, the magazine said, the president “attacked the public servants as ‘traitors’ and ‘human scum.’” And in September, at the US Mission to the United Nations, he “suggested the proper response to the whistle-blower’s complaint was the punishment historically reserved for ‘spies’ and for ‘treason’: the death penalty.”
Were not talking about those people who believed every negative piece of gossip they heard, whether it came from inside Sondland’s head or somewhere else out of the air, and spread it amongst each other like the proverbial fishwives, are we? You know, the ones that were furious that they were out of the loop.
Oh, well if times says so it must be true.
And whom did they name as person of the year, then? Some great scientist who developed a cure for cancer?
Again, as with the FISA report, you aren’t keeping up. Tell me where Sondland heard from Trump that the funds were being held up as a quid pro quo for an investigation, or an announcement of an investigation. Lets see the quote.
And yet Taylor got his story from Sondland.