Leaked audio has just rocked the White House. No one expected this evidence to surface, but it is a game-changer.
On Sunday night, a Ukrainian television station released an audio recording that proves Iran “immediately knew” that it had shot down the Ukrainian passenger plane last month — which killed 176 innocent people.
According to Reuters, the audio reveals that a “pilot of another plane can be heard saying he saw ‘the light of a missile’ in the sky before Ukrainian International Airways flight 752 crashed in an explosion.”
As the world knows, Iranian leaders initially refused to admit responsibility for the attack, but once evidence became even too much for them to deny, they shifted to blaming the United States.
President Donald Trump said from the beginning that Iran was likely behind the downing of the plane — and the audio proves he was correct.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he wasn’t going to let Iran get away with murder, adding that the audio is proof that the “Iranian side knew from the start that our plane had been hit by a missile.”
Leaked audio suggests Iran knew immediately when a missile hit plane https://t.co/vdEOCHVFZj
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) February 5, 2020
The revelation was made on a Ukrainian television station on Sunday night when an audio recording of a “pilot of another plane can be heard saying he saw ‘the light of a missile’ in the sky before Ukrainian International Airways flight 752 crashed in an explosion.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said that the audio proved “that the Iranian side knew from the start that our plane had been hit by a missile.”
Reuters added that Iran, which falsely denied responsibility for three days, blamed Ukraine for the release of the audio file, which it reportedly described as “confidential evidence.”
Suspicions around what led to the crash went mainstream after photographs from the crash site showed bulldozers destroying the scene of the crash.
Iran has used bulldozers to clear away debris at the site of a Ukrainian airliner crash, potentially destroying evidence as Tehran continues to deny Western allegations that one of its own missiles downed the jet, killing all 176 people on board.
Photos from the site show at least one bulldozer clearing away wreckage and Giancarlo Fiorella of Bellingcat, a journalism website that focuses on fact-finding, said the group had verified pictures of other bulldozers at work at the scene, calling it ‘distressing.’
Immediately following the crash, Iran claimed it had no involvement in the plane being shot down.
Several days after falsely denying responsibility, Iran admitted that it shot down the plane but blamed the United States for its actions.
“It is unfortunate that the psychological operation of the US government and those supporting it are adding insult to the injury of the bereaved families and victimizing them for certain goals by propagating such fallacies,” Iranian Government spokesman Ali Rabiei said. “No one will assume responsibility for such a big lie once it is known that the claim had been fraudulent.”
Another day, another example of the media being proven wrong and facts proving the president was correct.