The impeachment Inquiry is taking place behind closed doors at this point, yet there’s still a lot of information coming out which is both interesting and horrifying at the same time.
While it may have been a sudden decision, the arrests of Giuliani’s thugs was a great strategic move. It stopped them from fleeing the country, but more importantly, these guys will talk. Parnas, Fruman, and Correia all have kids, and I’d think they’d do anything to cut down on prison time. When it finally dawns on them that they are in doo do so deep that not even Giuliani, Trump, or their mafia connections can save them, they’ll start talking. If they haven’t already.
The last of the thugs, David Correia, turned himself in, and subsequently taken into custody, at JFK Airport today. However while he was on the lam over the past week, he took the time to remove his bio from the Fraud Guarantee website, alter his LinkedIn profile, and delete his Twitter timeline. Fortunately I screen captured them before they were changed. This post contains his Twitter timeline.
Correia’s Twitter account was created in 2013 but had only 64 tweets. His unctuous Protective Troll tweets defending Rudy Giuliani are amusing, but there’s one tweet that is very interesting. It’s from January 22nd, 2017, 2 days after Trump was sworn in. It’s to Joe Biden.
I tweeted it out on October 3rd, and at some point between that day and the 10th when Parnas and Fruman were arrested, Correia deleted his account.
For someone who’s alleged to be one of the bad guys in an international scandal, David seems to have been overly concerned about deleting petty stuff when he should have just turned himself in. Obviously he had an idea of the dirt digging going on in the Ukraine by Giuliani 2 1/2 years before the rest of us found out about it.
Here’s Correia’s timeline:
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