Skip to comments.Busted: Central “Spygate” Lawyer/Lobbyist Adam Waldman Caught Lying to Senator Chuck Grassley…
Posted on 08/24/2018 1:10:22 PM PDT by detective
Adam Waldman is the lawyer/lobbyist for Oleg Deripaska, the Russian billionaire who appears to be a key background player in the 2016 DOJ/FBI scheme against presidential candidate Donald Trump. Additionally, Mr. Waldman represents the U.S. interests of Christopher Steele, a likely contract employee of Deripaska and author of the Clinton-Steele Dossier that was used by the DOJ/FBI during their counterintelligence operation against presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Because of his centrality, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley recently requested testimony from Mr. Adam Waldman, surrounding his contacts and engagements -with Deripaska, and by extension the DOJ/FBI- throughout the 2016/2017 operation to undermine and remove President Donald Trump.
In a response letter released August 18th (full pdf below) lawyers representing Mr. Waldman told Senator Chuck Grassley their client was out of the country and not expected to return for several weeks.
(Excerpt) Read more at theconservativetreehouse.com ...
Slimy lawyer involved in corruption lies to avoid testimony before the Senate.
And Sessions will see “Nothing”.
At this writing, Mr. Waldman is out of the country, and not expected to return to Washington for several weeks.
Waldman, to my knowledge, has not been in Washington. Waldman's lawyers may have been slippery in the construction of the letter, but TCH was intentionally deceitful when it omitted the key reference to Waldman returning to Washington.
Sessions will not investigate because of political influence.
I would advise Grassley to make a criminal referral to DOJ for lying
to congress, but why bother when Sessions is still AG and Rosenweasel
Waldman has a bunch of fingers in this scandal.
Waldman’s lawyer was saying Waldman would not be able to provide documents or be available for Senate testimony. He said it was because Waldman was out of the country.
If the lawyer had said Waldman is in NY which is about 2 hours away by plane, the excuse would not have been accepted.
Waldman was probably in NY the entire time.
...out of the country and not...
run-on sentence. A grammatically faulty sentence in which two or more main or independent clauses are joined without a word to connect them or a punctuation mark to separate them: The fog was thick he could not find his way home.
The sentence, being in error, can be interpreted any way you want.
The very next thing should be to report these scum lawyers to their State Bar Disciplinary Boards!! Lying lawyers are close to being, if not being, disbarred lawyers!
“SSS Two to detective” is a troll. Not a very good one but a troll for sure.
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