As is usually the case with snakes, they bite; Bolton and his Ukrainian-American kiddies.......well.......draw your own conclusions.
...Bolton is totally responsible for this pair of unusual hires. There is no explaining this strange duo of appointments as something that the bureaucracy simply slipped over on Bolton. That is not Bolton’s way.As the author broadly hints, timing is everything when examining the behavior of snakes.
Anyone who has been involved in national security affairs in Republican administrations since 1981 knows that it is impossible that the Vindman brothers were given sensitive jobs in Bolton’s NSC without Bolton having become assured of their usefulness and loyalty to Bolton and his agenda. Both the Ukraine policy and the “ethics attorney” slots are of vast personal priority to Bolton....
...President Trump fired the insubordinate Bolton on September 10. During the week that followed, the “whistleblower” complaint emerged in the news, at first connected to a communication between President Trump and an unidentified foreign leader. On September 18, the Washington Post reported that Trump had made some kind of “promise” to the foreign leader. On September 19, the IC inspector general gave a secret briefing to Schiff and other congressional leaders. The same day, the Washington Post reported that the whistleblower complaint involved Ukraine....
And then there's this:
...Yevgeny Vindman reportedly is the NSC staffer given charge of reviewing John Bolton’s self-sanctifying memoir manuscript, which somehow leaked to the New York Times last week....Sedition comes from all sorts of places in D.C.
Early in his Presidency, Trump observed that nothing in his New York developer experience prepared him for the level of treachery and deceit he found in Washington.
Thanks to Trump, we get to see some of it, and it clearly calls for correction, one way or another.