Bombshell messages reveal how the Republican candidate for the congressional ambassador in Ukraine has been overseen and passed on messages to Rudy Giuliani’s sidekick Lev, including how to get her ‘out’
- The House Intelligence panel has released 38 pages of documents from Giuliani employee Lev Parnas
- Included are WhatsApp messages that follow Parnas and GOP candidate Hyde Robert Hyde following movements of US ambassador to Ukraine
- Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was subjected to a ‘smear campaign’
- Trump-backer Hyde says about her “F *** that b ****”
- Hyde “sent a series of text messages suggesting he had ambassador Yovanovitch under physical supervision in Kiev” according to the Intel panel
A series of WhatsApp messages issued by the House Intelligence Committee seem to show that a Trump-supporting congress candidate “physically supervised” the US ambassador to Ukraine and threw her in the trash while communicating with a Rudy Giuliani employee.
In the reports, Trump support Robert Hyde refers to the former US ambassador to Marie Yovanovitch in Ukraine with the expletives: “F *** that b ****.”
His exchanges with Giuliani employee Lev Parnas seem to indicate that Hyde followed her movements, according to the documents.
“She is heavily protected outside of Kiev,” Hyde writes in a March 23 report.
WhatsApp messages seem to show GOP congress candidate Robert Hyde following the movements of US ambassador Marie Yovanovitch
“I know how crazy it is,” Parnas replies. “My husband may think that FSB,” Hyde replies, referring to Russian internal security.
As summarized in a letter from House Intel President Rep. Adam Schiff: “Mr. Hyde … sent a series of text messages suggesting that he had undergone physical supervision of ambassador Yovanovitch in Kiev and that “they are willing to help if we / you want a prize.”
That refers to an extra message.
“They’re moving her tomorrow,” Hyde announced March 25. “The boys there asked me what I would like to do and what is in it for them.”
Robert Hyde’s Instagram shows countless photos with President Trump
Trump gives a thumbs up in one photo, with a photo of Trump in the background
Hyde says “F *** that b ****” in relation to the former US ambassador in Marie Yovanovitch, Ukraine
The messages were contained in a wealth of information, handed over by Giuliani employee Lev Parnas
“Private security. I’ve been there since Thursday, “he wrote in another message. “They’ll let me know when she’s on their way.”
“They are willing to help if we / you want a prize,” Hyde added in another message that day.
“I think you can do anything in Ukraine with money … what I’ve been told,” he added.
A message from March 26 says, “If you want her, they should contact security forces.”
Seconds later, he added, “From Ukrainians.”
A day later he wrote: “Nothing has changed, she is still not moving, they are checking again today.”
Yovanovitch was recalled from her position in May.
Other messages show monitoring of her contacts, not just her movements. “She had visitors,” said a message from Hyde from March 29. “It has been confirmed that we have a person inside.”
“He fired her again,” Rudy Giuliani writes in a message on April 23.
Other reports have Hyde who despised Yovanovitch, who testified in the House about what Democrats called a “smear campaign” against her, meant to consider her unfaithful to promote her expulsion.
In March 22, 2019, Hyde writes: “F *** that b ****.” The next day, Parnas responded with a screen grip from Fox host Laura Ingraham. Hyde replied: “Wow, I can’t believe Trump didn’t fire this b ****. I’ll be right about that. ”
Hyde’s Instagram account seems to make him play golf with Trump, in a Trump club for a photo of Trump, and bowling in the White House bowling alley.
Hyde posted on Twitter that hit Yovanovicth and made a call for fundraising: “Thanks for your kind words and support. Click on the link to contribute to our campaign so that we can help get the home of Adam Bull Schiff and find the $ 12 billion that disappeared in Ukraine under Maria Yovanovitch, he wrote, after Rep. Adam Schiff, a Trump nemesis.
Another document states: “let Zalensky announce that the Biden case will be investigated,” with reference to the President of Ukraine
Yovanovitch’s lawyer told NBC News the idea that American citizens or others were monitoring “the movements of Ambassador Yovanovitch for unknown reasons,” calling it “disturbing,” and asking for an investigation.