Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media are still going ballistic over a phone call President Donald Trump had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky back in July.
House Democrats have formally announced an impeachment inquiry over a complaint from a so-called “whistleblower” about the phone call.
But newly leaked audio recordings and emails show that if Congress and the media are truly concerned with law breaking and collusion — they do not have to look any further than the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton.
The Blaze has released an audio recording that proves the DNC and Clinton campaign colluded with Ukraine to harm Trump’s campaign during the 2016 presidential election.
The conservative outlet obtained the documents showing Artem Sytnyk, Director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, admitting he tried to help boost Clinton in the election by sabotaging Trump’s campaign.
As noted by Politico, the connection between the DNC and the Ukrainian government was Alexandra Chalupa, “who had worked in the White House Office of Public Liaison during the Clinton administration” and then “went on to work as a staffer, then as a consultant, for Democratic National Committee.”
Chalupa was admittedly working with the Ukrainian embassy in the U.S. to raise concerns about Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and indicated the Embassy was working “directly with reporters researching Trump, Manafort and Russia to point them in the right directions.”
The Ukrainian embassy political officer who worked at the embassy at the time, Andrii Telizhenko, stated that the Ukrainians “were coordinating an investigation with the Hillary team on Paul Manafort with Alexandra Chalupa” and that “the embassy worked very closely with” Chalupa.
The Blaze highlighted an email from WikiLeaks from Chalupa to Louise Miranda at the DNC:
Hey, a lot coming down the pipe. I spoke to a delegation of 68 investigative journalists from Ukraine last night at the Library of Congress, the Open World Society forum. They put me on the program to speak specifically about Paul Manafort.
I invited Michael Isikoff, who I’ve been working with for the past few weeks, and connected him to the Ukrainians.
More offline tomorrow, since there was a big Trump component you and Lauren need to be aware of that will hit in the next few weeks. Something I’m working on that you should be aware of.
The Blaze then reported that Sytnyk, who eventually “was tried and convicted in Ukraine for interfering in the U.S. presidential election in 2016,” released a “black ledger” on Manafort during the 2016 presidential election that eventually led to Manafort’s downfall.
During a special event detailing the information, The Blaze founder Glenn Beck said:
So here he is. He is admitting to tampering with our elections. Admitted working with the Hillary Clinton campaign.
He is actually convicted in the highest court in the land in Ukraine. This is all front page news in Ukraine, while we are saying, ‘Was there anyone tampering with the election?’
In the audio below, Sytnyk admits to trying to help Clinton by harming Trump’s campaign by releasing the “black ledger.”
"I don't know how, but the Americans got an audio recording of Mr. Sytnik's conversation: He is resting with his family & friends & discussing how he would like to help Hillary."@glennbeck reveals the Ukraine transcript the media isn't talking about.https://t.co/fZHzqMCZbV pic.twitter.com/9jyMLVwdEB
— BlazeTV (@BlazeTV) October 5, 2019
Below is the full transcript of the translated Ukrainian tape:
Kolya: Did they, those Russians, help Trump? Your people?
Sytnyk: I think they did. Yeah. I helped him, too. Not him, but Hillary. I helped her.
Kolya: Yeah. Right. Then her position tottered, right?
Sytnyk: Well, this is how they write about it, right.
Ivan: Hillary’s humanitarian aid … [indiscernible.]
Kolya: Well, I’m about … the commentaries. At the time, we were not [indiscernible.]
Sytnyk: Trump … his purely inner problem … issue … they dominate over the external matters. While Hillary, she is – how shall I put it? She belongs to the cohort of politicians who comprise the hegemony in the U.S. Both in the U.S. and the entire world, right? For us, it’s … sort of … better. For Americans … what Trump is doing is better for them.
Kolya: Well, we have lots of those American experts here now … [indiscernible.]
Sytnyk: Well, there, you see why Hillary lost the elections? I was in charge of the investigation of their “black accounting” records. We made the Manafort’s data available to general public.
Kolya: So what?
Sytnyk: He was imprisoned. Manafort then was the head of the Supreme Headquarter of Trump, right? Then he was dismissed, too, including due to the “black accounting.” After that, he was sentenced to 80 years of imprisonment term. How about Trump? Did he not give a s***. They have their system working there and it works smoothly.
Kolya: Everybody worked smoothly there.
Sytnyk: And when they carried out the elections, a week before the elections, the FBI reopened the investigation in respect of Hillary. So her rating dropped for 7 percent and that’s why Trump managed to win the elections at a pinch. I’m still unable to understand why he’s fighting with the FBI. They try to catch him on the hand. If it were not the FBI, he would not have won the elections. They torpedoed Hillary’s ratings for 7 percent.
That sure seems like collusion that the Department of Justice should investigate.
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