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Pence Staffer Testifies That She Did Not Hear VP Discuss Burisma or Bidens

Pence’s hands are clean, throwing another wrench in the gears of the Democratic plans.

The fanciful whims of the Democratic party have been on full display during this tumultuous impeachment process, as each passing day brings us ever closer to their pipe dream of reversing the 2016 election.

One of the more ludicrous concepts that has permeated the political discussion among radical leftists is the idea that Vice President Mike Pence may somehow be involved to a degree that would see him, too, removed from office should the House Democrats get their way.  This has manifested itself in a manner of strange ways, not the least of which involved the hashtag #PresidentPelosi – an homage to the progressive fantasy that Pelosi would sit in the Oval Office when both Trump and Pence are gone.

Of course, this is pure nonsense.  There is no indication thus far that the Vice President is in any danger of being blindsided in this “formal impeachment inquiry”, and testimony from one of his close aides seems to corroborate this.

An aide to Vice President Mike Pence who listened to the call between President Donald Trump and the Ukrainian President told impeachment inquiry investigators on Thursday that she found the conversation to be unusual because it was political in nature, according to two sources familiar with the testimony.

Jennifer Williams, an aide in the vice president’s office and a long time State Department staffer, said the phone call did not have the normal tone of a diplomatic call. Williams did not raise concerns about the call with her superiors.

She was asked by lawmakers in her closed-door deposition what Pence knows and she testified that she never heard him mention anything about investigations of the 2016 election, Burisma — the Ukrainian natural gas company on whose board Joe Biden’s son Hunter sat — or the Bidens. She did not know of any request from Trump to Pence to bring up investigations during a meeting the vice president had in Warsaw with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on September 1.

The holes in the Democratic narrative are growing larger by the moment, and the U.S.S. Impeachment is beginning to take on plenty of water.

Now it’ll be up to the Democrats to keep from drowning.

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