The American foreign affairs specialist, Fiona Hill, presented her testimony at the hearings of the Ukraine Case declaring herself “independent,” despite having been under the orders of speculator George Soros and linked to Christopher Steele and Joseph Mifsud, involved in the false collusion with Russia.

It should be noted that Hill was not working for the White House on July 25 when the call that led to President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry occurred. However, she presented her testimony on the last day of the public hearings.

On other occasions she had worked with Christopher Steele, according to Politico, the former spy behind the dossier used in the investigation into President Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia that was proved false after several years of inquiries and tens of millions of dollars in expenditures.

Hill was also linked to Joseph Mifsud, a Maltese academic also involved in the false collusion and who allegedly provided information to George Papadopoulos, one of President Trump’s election campaign advisers, according to Washington Examiner.

Hill, on the other hand, was described by political consultant Roger Jason Stone Jr. as a deep state spy in the White House under the authority of then National Security Agency [NSA] general counsel H. R. McMaster.

Stone himself reported that Fiona Hill worked for George Soros’s Open Society Institute (OSI) at least since November 2000 as director of the Institute for War & Peace, as her own résumé states.

Another curiosity arising from Hill’s testimony is the omission of the director’s name for Ukrainian affairs when she first joined the White House: Eric Ciaramella, the alleged whistleblower who initiated the Ukraine Case and who cannot be mentioned, but whose name is “an open secret” in Washington.

Hill, a foreign affairs specialist, and David Holmes, a political adviser at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine, were the last witnesses to testify before the committee.

Eleven people testified for nine days and presented no evidence that President Trump acted inappropriately before the Ukrainian government.

As Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) emphasized, Ukraine received all the aid offered by the United States and there is no evidence that Ukrainian officials carried out investigations in exchange for it.

According to the basis of the Democratic-led impeachment, President Donald Trump was to have pressured President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate Vice President Joe Biden, his political opponent.

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