“Well, son-of-a-b….” it looks like Joe Biden’s at it again as the Ukrainian investigation into the Democratic presidential hopeful heats up, focusing on the September 10, 2019 mercury poisoning of Viktor Shokin, the prosecutor who was investigating Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, and his Burisma founder, Devin Archer, who were both paid handsomely by Burisma Holding Company.
The prosecutor filed a federal complaint with the Ukrainian National Bureau of Investigation against Joe Biden for interference in Ukrainian legal proceedings. The case was also, in 2018, brought to SDNY which was never investigated.
The latest twist is that the prosecutor, who survived two poisonings intended to keep him quiet, is now pushing back at Biden, not for having done the deed, himself, but ordered it.
According to the complaint, Shokin charges:
“Throughout the last months of 2015 and the first months of 2016 Joseph Biden, taking advantage of his position, came several times on official visits to Ukraine in order to negotiate with the leaders of the country my eviction and, consequently, the closing of the objective investigation into the offenses committed by persons associated with the company “Burisma Holding Limited” (Cyprus), including the son of the aforementioned US official.
Due to continued pressure from the Vice President of the United States Joseph Biden to oust me from the job by blackmailing the allocation of financial assistance, I, as the man who places the State interests above my personal interests, I agreed to abandon the post of Prosecutor General of Ukraine.
After my resignation caused by illegal pressure, no active investigation into the offenses concerning the company “Burisma Holding Limited” (Cyprus) was carried out and, therefore, the persons implicated in these offenses were not identified, nor arrested or charged.”
According to America’s Mayor Rudy Guliani, now President Donald J. Trump’s attorney, “Former prosecutor general Viktor Shokin was poisoned twice allegedly as he possesses the information about money laundering by ex-Vice President of the U.S. Joseph Biden and his son Hunter through Burisma Company.”
While conducting an investigation in Ukraine last year, Guiliani reported, “[Shokin] holds docs proving money laundering by Burisma & Bidens. Fired due to VP Biden’s threat not to release $1 billion in vital US aid. Shokin’s med records show he was poisoned, died twice, and was revived. Lots of heads will roll in Ukraine if this opens up.”
Guiliani states that he gathered personal data of witnesses and documents, which supposedly reveal “the truth about impeachment” and show that Trump did not commit any offense.
He says that Shokin was investigating Mykola Zlochevsky, the former minister of ecology and natural resources of Ukraine — also the founder of Burisma. Hunter Biden was appointed to the board of the firm, which Shokin claimed was an appointment made by Zlochevsky “in order to protect himself.”
As yet another example of a two-tiered justice system, everyone knows what was done and by whom, but no one has been held to account. Like a slow-winding snake, the Ukrainian investigation into Joe Biden, Hunter Biden and Burisma continues, slithering along.
After leaving office in 2017, Joe Biden bragged that in March, 2016, he pressured Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko into firing Shokin by threatening to withhold $1B in vital aid to Ukraine, but has now denied the allegation despite his videoed admission.
Biden’s remarks made during a meeting of foreign policy specialists, where he intimated that Barack Obama was in on the threat that would pull the U.S. loan guarantees and possibly send the former Soviet republic toward insolvency.
Giuliani added, “Now you don’t make two loans to make board fees unless you’re laundering the money. $3 million gets to Hunter Biden in that way.”
“That is a straight out violation of a money-laundering statute,” he said.
The corruption was on ‘such a large scale’ that President Trump had to ask about an American-Ukrainian investigation, and subsequent impeachment proceedings against the President was the cover for the Democrats, according to Giuliani.
Allies of the Democrat, who is seeking to unseat President Trump in 2020, maintain that his intervention prompting the firing of Shokin had nothing to do with his son, but rather was tied to the corruption concerns. Giuliani notes that he conducted his investigation and gathered his evidence prior to Biden announcing his bid for the Democratic nomination for his presidential run.
The Biden campaign has also slammed Giuliani and blasted media outlets for giving him air time. The campaign wrote to NBC News, CBS News, Fox News and CNN to voice “grave concern that you continue to book Rudy Giuliani on your air to spread false, debunked conspiracy theories on behalf of Donald Trump,” according to Fox News.