by Timothy Charles Holmseth on February 11, 2020 at 9:32 P.M.
Do Rudy Giuliani and Timothy Charles Holmseth have something in common?
What information does Giuliani have about Ukraine that is causing Jerry Nadler to freak out in the letter he wrote to AG Bill Barr today?
Let’s unpack this, shall we.
Senator Lindsey Graham, Chairman, Judiciary Committee, is overseeing an investigation that includes detailed information about an international black-market baby sales operation through the Ukraine Embassy in Washington DC that he received from an award-winning investigative journalist from Minnesota named Timothy Charles Holmseth (me).
Information I obtained also contributed to the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein.
Want to verify? Call Sen. Graham’s office and ask – I did.
FOX NEWS is reporting today that four DOJ prosecutors have resigned amidst the Robert Mueller prosecution of Roger Stone.
Representative Jerry Nadler sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr regarding Senator Lindsey Graham’s announcement that information from Rudy Giuliani was being given to the DOJ about “Ukraine”.
Let’s look back … to when a Minnesota judge in Polk County cited Robert Mueller’s case against Roger Stone to justify shutting off an investigative journalist’s (who broke the Ukraine baby sales story) telephone access in prison.
In April of 2019, Timothy Charles Holmseth (this writer), an award-winning investigative journalist who reported the details of an international black-market baby sales operation being run through the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington DC was being held (human trafficked – no Judgement of Conviction in file) in a private for-profit prison in Polk County, Minnesota for publishing information about the trafficking operation.
During a telephone call from inside the prison, Holmseth told a member of the Pentagon Pedophile Task Force (PPTF) that if something bad happened to him in the prison it would be because he (Holmseth) published the truth about the ritual sacrifice murder of Jacob Wetterling.
Holmseth was then charged with ‘Probation Violation’ (even though I was not on ‘Probation’ because Probation is a condition of release from confinement) and a court hearing was set for April 4, 2019.
On April 4, 2019 Judge Anderson ordered Holmseth held without bail until the ‘Probation Violation’ hearing could be held.
Judge Anderson reasoned Holmseth could be prevented from talking on the telephone and cited a ruling by a federal judge in the case brought by “Robert Mueller” against “Roger Stone”.
When Holmseth attempted to telephone his assistance of counsel and PPTF members from inside the prison, all of his telephone numbers were turned off in the digital computer system.
It’s the babies, stupid.