Biden Ukraine bribery again confirmed

On February 5, 2020 the Senate acquitted President Donald Trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The House impeached Trump based on the claim that Trump withheld military aid to get Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden’s underhanded business deals in Ukraine. Of course, the media and the Democratic Party said that Biden was clean and that Trump abused his power and then obstructed investigations into that abuse of power. Trump kept saying that Biden was the one abusing his power to enrich himself and his family by influence peddling—exactly what Biden and the Democrats accused Trump of doing. Now three years later, the truth is coming out.

On the August 25 broadcast of Fox News Channels “One Nation,” former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin said that he was fired from his job because he was investigating then-Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter and his Ukrainian company Bursima. Shokin said, “I have said repeatedly in my previous interviews that (then Ukrainian President) Poroshenko fired me at the insistence of the then-Vice President Biden because I was investigating Burisma.” During a Council on Foreign Relations discussion on January 23, 2018, Biden recalled how he threatened to withhold a billion dollars in aid to Ukraine if Poroshenko didn’t fire Shokin. Biden bragged, “I said I’m leaving here in six hours. If the prosecutor isn’t fired, you’re not getting the money…the prosecutor got fired AND they put in place someone who was solid.”

Moreover, Sokin said that the Bidens received bribes for the influence. Shokin said, “I do not want to deal in unproven facts, but my firm personal conviction is that, yes, this was the case. They were being bribed. And the fact that Joe Biden gave away $1 billion in US money in exchange for my dismissal, my firing–isn’t that alone a case of corruption?” Shokin’s remarks back an 87-page joint report issued by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and the Senate Committee on Finance in October 2020. The report indicated shortly after Vice President Joe Biden took over Ukraine foreign policy to fight corruption there, Hunter Biden joined the board of the company Bursima, which was under investigation by the Ukraine government. Then a $7 million bribe was paid to “shut the case.”

The report also recounted that when the investigation pursued, Joe Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion in US loan guarantees to the country if the Ukrainian government did not fire the prosecutor. The prosecutor was fired and Hunter Biden was awarded millions in return. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, (R-CA) told Fox News Sunday Morning Futures that in order to get answers to questions “that the American deserve to know” surrounding Biden corruption, the House would need an impeachment inquiry. It would seem that there is already enough information to impeach Biden. But politicians are stuck in this never-ending cycle of investigations and show trials. As in 2 Timothy 3:13, “But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived.” Time to act on the information already available.


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Bill Wilson