Treason doesn't pay

Here's a funny story to inject a laugh into a drab afternoon. 

Former Ambassador Gordon Sondland, who testified in former President Donald Trump's first impeachment proceeding that there was a quid pro quo between the White House and the government of Ukraine, is suing former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the U.S. government for $1.8 million.

The suit alleges that Pompeo reneged on "a legally binding promise, both individually and on behalf of the Government," to reimburse Sondland for his legal fees relating to the 2019 impeachment investigation.

Let this be a lesson to you, kids. Just because they're rich don't mean they're smart. This dude thought it would be a good idea to throw in with Donald Trump.

He also owns a bunch of hotels in downtown Portland. At this point, that looks even dumber.


  1. I wish you had a "like" button. So true.

  2. How much money did Hunter and the "big guy" squeeze out of Ukraine? They're all a bunch of crooks.


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