Bad news for the Bidens – The Senate is looking into Burisma.
Andrii Telizhenko worked as a political officer in the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington DC in 2015-2016.
Andrii Telizhenko spoke to The Gateway Pundit about the DNC-Russia collusion scandal back in December 2018.
The Gateway Pundit was the first publication to interview Telizhenko on his meetings with DNC operative Alexandra Chalupa in the Obama White House back in 2016.
In early 2016 Telizhenko was approached by DNC operative Alexandra Chalupa. She is still working at the DNC. She wanted dirt on Trump and his campaign manager Paul Manafort.
The Ukrainian embassy in Washington DC worked VERY CLOSELY with DNC operative and Hillary supporter Alexandra Chalupa.
Chalupa told Andrii she wanted Russian “dirt” on the Trump campaign.
Mueller had no intention in hearing Andrii’s story. It didn’t fit his narrative so dirty Robert Mueller and his team of Democrat lawyers skipped Andrii in their investigation.
It was a total scam.
Mueller and his angry Democrat lawyers were not interested in the truth.
They only wanted to destroy Trump.
Andrii spoke to us about his experiences with DNC operatives in the White House.
He believes he is safe as long as he speaks out.
The Gateway Pundit spoke with former Ukrainian Embassy official Andrii Telizhenko on the DNC Russia-Gate Scandal.
Andrii Teslizhenko worked in Washington DC at the Ukraine Embassy in 2016. Andrii is a political consultant. Andrii was approached by a DNC operative during the 2016 election (March-April 2016).
Senator Ron Johnson will call in Andrii to testify in front of the Senate Homeland Security Committee.
The Daily Caller reported:
Sen. Ron Johnson, the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, is preparing to issue the panel’s first subpoena as part of an investigation into Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian energy company linked to Hunter Biden, he said in a letter on Sunday.
Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican, told Democratic Michigan Sen. Gary Peters of his plans to subpoena Andrii Telizhenko, a former Ukrainian embassy official and former consultant for Blue Star Strategies, a firm that Burisma hired to fight against corruption allegations.
Telizhenko, who was a consultant for Blue Star from July 2016 to June 2017, has provided some documents to the committee, according to Johnson. But he says that he cannot turn over others without a subpoena because they are protected by a non-disclosure agreement.
“He cannot provide this responsible information unless he is compelled to do so by subpoena,” Johnson wrote to Peters in his letter, which was first reported by CBS News.
Republicans have been investigating whether Hunter Biden leveraged his father’s position as vice president to help Burisma, which has long been dogged by allegations of corruption.