Rancid wrote:I don't want to have a conversation with you, or whatever you want to talk about. finfinder commented on my original comment, and that's what I want to talk about. You are just noise right now. Unless you want to comment on my comment about Bolton, which you haven't done.
My very first post in this thread is the second post in this thread. Perhaps you could've commented on it instead of trying to make this thread all about what you
want to discuss.
My comments were clear. In my opinion, anyone who writes a book is suspect, simply because they have an ulterior motive: Money. Everything John Bolton has to say in his book could've been said elsewhere, assuming it's true. Then again, it's likely he's made some things out to be a tad more salacious than they actually are so that more people will buy the book.
It's interesting to note, though, that Bolton claims that Trump told him during a meeting in August that he did not want to release the military aid until Ukraine provided information related to the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton and Biden. This is in direct conflict with the Democrat's argument that it had to do with the 2020 election.
Also, during the impeachment hearings, Bolton said he would fight any subpoena in the courts. Now, though, he's suddenly willing to testify? Why is that? What happened between December and now that's given him a change of heart? Additionally, if Bolton was that important a player in all of this, the Democrats should've sent a subpoena in December, regardless of the fact that any legal battle mounted by Bolton to fight the subpoena would've grossly prolonged the impeachment hearings.
No, the time for Bolton to be served a subpoena has come and gone. Once again, House Democrats blew it.