Image: Impeachable offense: Biden pressured Saudis to ramp up oil production to help Dems in midterms



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Then-President Donald Trump, who was schemed against, lied about, and attacked every day of his presidency, was wrongly impeached once on the false claim that he engaged in a “quid pro quo” with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zeleneskyy.

Readers may recall that a member of the National Security Council, now-retired Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, accused Trump of withholding military aid to Ukraine until Zelenskyy agreed to launch an investigation into Joe and Hunter Brandon for their corrupt activities in his country.

Mind you, Brandon freely admitted to engaging in a quid pro quo during a foreign policy forum when he was still vice president, threatening to withhold $1 billion in aid unless the then-Ukrainian regime fired a prosecutor … who was investigating his son, Hunter, and the company he was working for.

But Trump, who took the unprecedented step of actually releasing the transcript of his phone call with Zelenskyy revealing no such quid pro quo occurred, was nevertheless impeached by partisan Democrats, with the entire country dragged along for the ride.

Now, it’s Republicans’ turn to impeach Brandon for a legitimate quid pro quo that the Saudi government just exposed.

During a recent trip to Saudi Arabia, Brandon begged them to ramp up oil production and exports instead of cutting production so that gas prices would continue to fall and Democrats would be in a better position to win races during next month’s midterms. But the Saudis, who despise Brandon, said no. What’s more, in a statement released on Wednesday, the Kingdom revealed Brandon’s pathetic request.

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“An official at the Foreign Ministry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia stated that the government of [Saudi Arabia] has viewed the statements issued about the Kingdom following the OPEC+ decision announced on October 5 2022, which have described the decision as the Kingdom taking sides in international conflicts and that it was politically motivated against the United States of America,” a letter released by the Kingdom says, as reported by Big League Politics.

“The Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia would first like to express its total rejection of these statements that are not based on facts, and which are based on portraying the OPEC+ decision out of its purely economic context. This decision was taken unanimously by all member states of the OPEC+ group,” the letter added.

The Saudi government then exposed Brandon for lobbying them to manipulate the global oil supply heading into the 2022 midterm elections — that is, increase the supply so prices would go down and Brandon and Democrats would be in better shape politically.

“[Saudi Arabia] would also like to clarify that based on its belief in the importance of dialogue and exchange of views with its allies and partners outside the OPEC+ group regarding the situation in the oil markets, [we] clarified through its continuous consultation with the US Administration that all economic analyses indicate that postponing the OPEC+ decision for a month, according to what has been suggested, would have had negative economic consequences,” the letter states.

The Kingdom also called out Brandon and Democrats directly after threats to ‘hold Saudi Arabia accountable’ for its decision, including halting weapons sales (the quid pro quo part).

“[Saudi Arabia] affirms that any attempts to distort the facts about the Kingdom’s position regarding the crisis in Ukraine are unfortunate, and will not change the Kingdom’s principled position, including its vote to support UN resolutions regarding the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, based on the Kingdom’s position on the importance for all countries to adhere to the United Nations Charter, principles of international law, and the Kingdom’s rejection of any infringement on the sovereignty of countries over their territories,” the letter added.

This is Exhibit A in Brandon’s impeachment trial for Republicans when they regain control of the House and Senate. They should not be cowards and get it done.

Sources include:

BigLeaguePolitics.com

NaturalNews.com

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