It’s just a coincidence. There’s nothing to see here.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the National Security Council staffer set to deliver dramatic testimony confirming that President Donald Trump sought dirt on a political rival from Ukraine, is a Jewish refugee from that country when it was part of the Soviet Union.
Vindman left Ukraine in 1979 with his brothers after his mother died. They immigrated to New York, where his father lived.
Various sources allege Ukraine to be an “anti-Semitic” nation, despite it’s election of a Jew to the Presidency and to several other high elected offices, and the leadership of major Ukrainian businesses by Jews.
But it’s still a coincidence that Vindman opposes Trump’s efforts to force investigations of political corruption in Ukraine that may involve Joe Biden and other Americans. His Jewish ethnicity is entirely unrelated to his accusations against Trump.