It is not an exaggeration to say that with each passing day, the Ukrainian scandal that has swayed a majority of Americans to support the impeachment investigation, just gets bigger and bigger.

Today, after Giuliani’s “fixers” — Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, were arrested and arraigned, it was revealed that before the pair allegedly attempted to flee the country (they were found with one way tickets to a foreign destination when they were picked up) they sat down and broke bread with Rudy Giuliani himself.

CNN says:

Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman are business associates of Giuliani who had been working with the former New York mayor on his efforts to dig up dirt in Ukraine on former Vice President Joe Biden. A person who saw the trio eating at the Trump hotel spoke to the Journal for the story.
Parnas and Fruman were arrested at Dulles International Airport in northern Virginia on Wednesday and on Thursday were indicted for allegedly funneling foreign money into US elections. A law enforcement source told CNN they were booked on a flight to Frankfurt, Germany, to connect to another flight.
Giuliani declined to comment to CNN on the report.
Parnas and Fruman are two of four men who were indicted on Thursday. Andrey Kukushkin has been arrested and is expected to appear in court Thursday in the Northern District of California, according to the Manhattan US Attorney’s office. The fourth man, David Correia, hasn’t been arrested. All four are US citizens, according to the indictment.
CNN previously reported that Parnas was Giuliani’s fixer in Ukraine and introduced him to current and former officials as far back as 2018.
Perhaps the only question that remains, according to some, is how long will it take for Rudy Giuliani to flip on Trump after these events? The former NYC mayor has been strangely quiet today after blitzing the media with (unproven) claims of corruption by Joe Biden.