The renowned political journalist John Solomon reacted by strongly criticizing the witness Fiona Hill for accusing him on Nov. 21 of doing ‘Russian propaganda’ in his articles on corruption in Ukraine.

Hill said in the latest of the Democrats’ impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump that Solomon helped Russia perpetrate a disinformation campaign against the American people.

“Every fact that I have is out for people to see. Nobody in these hearings today could cite a specific fact. … Every fact that I’ve ever reported is online,” Solomon told Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum on Nov. 21, quoted by Bizpacreview.

Solomon published a tweet questioning Hill’s audacity in questioning his patriotism.

“How dare Fiona Hill question my patriotism or suggest I was part of a Russian disinformation campaign without a single fact. My sources were all U.S. officials or Ukrainian officials aligned against Russia. Her accusations must have made Joe McCarthy smile up from hell [American Senator who in the 1950s pushed a campaign against communism].”

In one of Solomon’s controversial reports for The Hill he spoke about Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko accusing the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, of giving him a list of people who should not be prosecuted.

Since Lutsenko retracted his statements, the Democrats came to infer that Solomon had misinformed, which he did not.

In the same interview for Fox News, Solomon reviewed that throughout his career he had been faithful to his profession, although sometimes he had to go against the current.

Hill’s credibility has been questioned as she was under the orders of speculator George Soros and linked to Christopher Steele and Joseph Mifsud, involved in false collusion with Russia.

Going even further, Hill 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.

In the impeachment inquiry brought by Democratic lawmakers against President Donald Trump, he stands accused of requesting the president of Ukraine investigate his political opponent Joe Biden, no evidence has been obtained against the president.

After 11 people testified for nine days, no one was able to corroborate that President Trump behaved inappropriately to 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.