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"Mr. Jordan has never served in the military, so he does not know what it is like to spill one’s blood for his country, as Mr. Vindman has done." #PostLetters 

Asked whether attacks on Lt. Col. Vindman had a "tinge of anti-Semitism," Fiona Hill says, "Certainly when they involve George Soros." "The trope against Mr. Soros was also created for political purpose. This is the new 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion.'"

Asked whether attacks on Lt. Col. Vindman had a "tinge of anti-Semitism," Fiona Hill says, "Certainly when they involve George Soros." "The trope against Mr. Soros was also created for political purpose. This is the new 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion.'"

"Mr. Jordan has never served in the military, so he does not know what it is like to spill one’s blood for his country, as Mr. Vindman has done." #PostLetters 

Asked whether attacks on Lt. Col. Vindman had a "tinge of anti-Semitism," Fiona Hill says, "Certainly when they involve George Soros." "The trope against Mr. Soros was also created for political purpose. This is the new 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion.'"

Asked whether attacks on Lt. Col. Vindman had a "tinge of anti-Semitism," Fiona Hill says, "Certainly when they involve George Soros." "The trope against Mr. Soros was also created for political purpose. This is the new 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion.'"

Mr. Morrison is testifying that he had a different take than Vindman, and didn’t have a problem with the infamous Trump call with Zelensky; yet they both went to the NSC lawyer and the lawyer was concerned enough to move transcript to high security server.

VAL DEMINGS: Hey Mr. Morrison, why'd you go to the CIA counsel instead of your boss, since some jackasses before made hay about Vindman going to CIA counsel instead of his boss?

"Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams represent an increasingly endangered species in Mr. Trump’s Washington, a world populated by grifters, self-dealers, liars and cheats who look at political power and see personal gain," writes Jesse Wegman

Nunes: "Mr. Vindman, you testified in your deposition that you did not know the whistleblower." Lt. Col. Vindman: "Ranking Member, it's Lieutenant Colonel Vindman, please." #ImpeachmentHearings 

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Vindman corrected ranking member Rep. Devin Nunes after Nunes called him "Mr. Vindman." "Lieutenant Colonel Vindman, please." It was quite a moment.

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Vindman corrects Nunes after he called him "Mr. Vindman": "Ranking member, it's Lt. Col. Vindman."

Rep. Devin Nunes refers to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman as "Mr. Vindman." "Ranking member, it's lieutenant colonel Vindman, please," Vindman responds. #ImpeachmentHearings 

Rep. Devin Nunes refers to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman as "Mr. Vindman." "Ranking member, it's lieutenant colonel Vindman, please," Vindman responds. #ImpeachmentHearings 

@Rep_DevinNunes : "Mr. Vindman, you testified in your deposition that you did not know the whistleblower. " Lt. Col. Alex Vindman: "Ranking Member, it's Lieutenant Colonel Vindman, please." Watch LIVE here:

When you walk in the world confident in who you are and committed to speaking up for yourself. Nunes: Mr. Vindman... Vindman: Ranking member, it’s Lt Colonel Vindman. #VindmanTestimony 

This was the moment Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman corrected Nunes after improperly addressing the military officer: Nunes: “Mr. Vindman, you testified in your deposition that you did not know the whistleblower.” Vindman: “It's Lt. Col Vindman, please"

Nunes: "Mr Vindman, you testified in your deposition that that you did not know the whistleblower." Vindman: "Ranking member it's Lt. Col. Vindman, please."

I don't know much about Mr. Vindman, except that he's an American who's sacrificed more for his country than most of us ever will. These attacks on his loyalty from the President's allies are shameful. This is not who we are as Americans.

This is just shameful. I really cannot believe that Mr. Yoo, a law professor @UCBerkeley  , would insinuate that Colonel Vindman, was practicing "espionage" without a shred of evidence. In some countries, that would be a crime called libel.

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