Does Take Her Out Really Mean Kill Her?

Written by K.C. Bell

Sunday, 26 January 2020

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"This is real competition!"

It seems the same guy who earned $25,000 per episode to say, “You’re fired!” used a Gambino crime family kind of phrase, Take her out! to remove United States Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, a thirty-year veteran diplomat.

The Take her out! phrase wasn't an order directed at an ambassador to the Court of Saint James, but directed at an ambassador to Ukraine, presently being invaded by Trump’s Russian pal, Vladimir Putin.

Because you're famous, it's easy to grab a woman by the pussy and get away with it. And Trump’s nimble fingers could have easily typed, You're fired! on a keyboard, and had it FedEx or emailed to Ukraine.

As yet, Mr. Trump hasn’t raised the explanation for what the, Take her out! order meant. Maybe it meant: Take her out to dinner. Order chicken Kyiv, some soda water. Smooth things over with her. And if she agreed to stop slandering my perfectly good name, then great! Bingo! She’s still in.

One of his defense attorneys (the one wearing the tight, buttoned-up suit and has the plastic hair) said: “You can’t believe a gangster-like Lev Parnas. He was already indicted and under arrest.”

A very wise scribe replied, “You’re not going to find an Eagle Scout to testify in that gang.”

Bravo!

Trump also threatened, "Things are going to happen to her." More Gambino crime family tough guy talk.

However, someone at the State Department understood the threat. They warned Ambassador Yovanovitch: Get out of Ukraine on the next plane. And Ambassador Yovanovitch was out on the next flight the following morning.

All that scramming out of her home, traveling in her pajamas, hair in curlers, thanking god for finding her passport, feet in slippers, no luggage, only a toothbrush, very, very suspicious, sent through X-ray twice, cold cream confiscated, just because the boss couldn’t say, You're fired?

What a pussy!

Why was the whistleblower at the State Department who warned Ambassador Yovanovitch, so knowledgeable about the true meaning of Trump’s, Take her out! order?

Ambassadors aren’t always safe. Christopher Stevens died after his embassy was stormed in Benghazi.

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