Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on Wednesday ripped the testimony of the Democrats’ key witness, Ambassador Gordon Sondland, demonstrating that the ambassador’s presumption – that a meeting and aid were contingent upon Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announcing investigations into the 2016 elections and Burisma – was wrong, as no announcement was made and no investigation took place, yet Ukraine received the call, the meeting, and the money.
Jordan opened his line of questioning with a deliberately vague question in an effort to demonstrate that Sondland’s presumptions were wholly inaccurate.
“Ambassador, when did it happen?” he asked.
“When did what happen?” Sondland asked.
“The announcement. When did President Zelensky announce that the investigation was going to happen?” Jordan asked, highlighting the fact that the announcement into an investigation never happened: Read the rest HERE.