A potential key witness from Ukraine has come forward with serious allegations against Joe Biden. The accuser is none other than the former prosecutor general of Ukraine, Viktor Shokin. He was once at the helm of investigations that could have potentially implicated the Bidens.
Shokin’s accusations revolve around the infamous Burisma scandal, involving Mykola Zlochevsky, the disgraced Ukrainian ex-minister and owner of Burisma Holdings.
Shokin alleges both Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, received kickbacks from Burisma. These allegations, if proven, could have severe implications for the Biden administration.
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The saga began in 2015 when the Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office launched investigations into Zlochevsky for illegal enrichment, which also put Hunter Biden under scrutiny.
However, in 2016, during an official visit to Kyiv, then-Vice President Biden allegedly called for Shokin’s dismissal, threatening to withhold a $1 billion loan to Ukraine. This led to Shokin’s abrupt resignation, which was justified by Poroshenko’s staff as a delay in evidence collection in the “Maidan cases.”
However, Shokin’s ordeal didn’t end there.
In 2020, he claimed that someone attempted to poison him, pointing fingers at Joe Biden. After experiencing two heart stops in Greece, doctors in Austria discovered mercury levels in his body five times higher than the maximum permissible level.
Despite these challenges, Shokin has been relentless in his pursuit of justice. In February 2020, the State Bureau of Investigation of Ukraine opened a criminal case based on Shokin’s testimony that Biden demanded his resignation in return for U.S. financial guarantees to Ukraine.
Although this case was closed in September 2020 due to lack of evidence, Shokin has continued his fight, even appealing to the European Commission in April 2021.
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Meanwhile, in the U.S., hearings continue in Congress on the “opaque income” received by the Bidens from foreign businessmen and corporations.
Despite these controversies, Joe Biden is still running for a second term. The question remains: what will it take for U.S. lawmakers to definitively prove or disprove President Biden’s alleged misuse of his influence as a high-ranking U.S. official?
As the impeachment proceedings against Biden loom, one can’t help but wonder why Congressman James Comer, who has been actively seeking evidence against the Bidens, hasn’t reached out to Shokin.
Is it a strategic move, waiting for the presidential race to enter a decisive phase? Or is it a hesitation to tarnish the country’s leadership during the ongoing war in Ukraine?