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Liberal Senator Cheers Treasury Department Imposing Sanctions on Andrii Telizhenko After He Testified Against Bidens and Burisma

Brittany Jordan



In 2015 and 2016 Andrii Telizhenko worked as a political officer in the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington DC.

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.

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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.

Now it’s payback time.

Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden, D-Ore., on Monday released the following statement in reaction to the Treasury Department imposing sanctions on Andriy Telizhenko. The US Treasury imposed sanctions on Telizhenko labeling him a Russian agent.

“The Treasury Department today identified additional foreign nationals involved in a larger conspiracy to influence the 2020 presidential election. The decision to impose sanctions on Andriy Telizhenko for his role in these efforts is welcome and long overdue. By imposing sanctions on Telizhenko, the Trump administration confirms that Senate Republicans’ year-long investigation was based on Russian disinformation. In fact, Chairmen Johnson and Grassley cited Mr. Telizhenko 42 times in the letters sent as part of this investigation, and ignored repeated warnings to not give credibility to disinformation. Chairman Johnson and his staff even met with Mr. Telizhenko for hours in person. The Senate was used to give credibility to foreign disinformation for the sole purpose of boosting Donald Trump’s campaign, and that can’t happen again.”

Andrii Telizhenko released this statement to The Gateway Pundit.

The US treasury sanctioned me yesterday stating that I am connected to Russia and that I organized a meeting with Derkach and Americans and Giuliani which is all a total lie.

I never worked or was and affiliated with Derkach or any of his people.

And especially did not introduce him to the Mayor.
If I was I would have never been used or questioned by the US Senate Senator Ron Johnson and Sen Grassley.

Also — the Deputy Secretary of State under oath in the Senate in summer 2020 said that Telizhenko is not a Russian asset or works with the Russian or anything else of that sort when Senator Peters assistant questioned him.

Telizhenko claims this is retaliation for his comments on Chalupa.
Of course, it is.

This is how the Marxists operate.

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Brittany Jordan is an award-winning journalist who reports on breaking news in the U.S. and globally for the Federal Inquirer. Prior to her position at the Federal Inquirer, she was a general assignment features reporter for Newsweek, where she wrote about technology, politics, government news and important global events around the world. Her work has also appeared in the Washington Post, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Toronto Star, Frederick News-Post, West Hawaii Today, the Miami Herald, and more. Brittany enjoys food, travel, photography, and hoarding notebooks and journals. Her goal is to do more longform features journalism, narrative writing and documentary work, and to one day write a successful novel and screenplay.

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