The Democrats may have chosen to ignore the actions of the Biden crime family but the Ukraine hasn't. Acting on a criminal complaint made by Viktor Shokin, the Ukraine has opened up an investigation on whether Joe Biden blackmailed Ukrainian officials into firing Shokin in order to close down his investigations into the Bidens. Considering the fact that Joe Biden is on video bragging about getting Shokin fired, it would be pretty hard for him to deny it now.
According to The Post, Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Action Center confirmed the probe was underway. Its director explained that by going to the court, Shokin’s attorneys essentially forced the bureau of investigation to act. But, mark my words, the Democrats and the media will blame Trump for Biden's corruption and subsequent investigation.
Biden had the Ukraine by the throat. Without the one billion dollar loan guaranty, they would have become insolvent and the government would have collapsed just as the Russians were trying to regain control over them. It was either capitulate to quid pro Joe or die. Now, they are forced to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter and their actions in the Ukraine.
Shokin reportedly charged in his complaint that Biden pressed for his firing as a bid to protect the then-vice president’s son, Hunter Biden.
“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,” Shokin’s complaint reads.
Hunter was believed to be making at least $50,000 a month and possibly upward of $83,000 a month to serve on the board of the Ukrainian natural gas firm Burisma at the same time his father was the Obama administration’s point man for U.S. foreign policy regarding Ukraine.
At a Council on Foreign Relations event in January 2018, Biden bragged about an official visit he took to Ukraine in December 2015 during which he demanded then-President Petro Poroshenko fire Shokin or not receive $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees.