When President Donald Trump asked the Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden Democrats were up in arms.
They talked about the idea that President Trump was asking a foreign government to get involved in an American election, with no evidence that that was the goal.
But now the Ukraine is opening an investigation into the surveillance of a U.S ambassador that Democrats say will damage President Trump and they are all about it.
Democrats revealed documents from Lev Parnas, a former associate of Rudy Giuliani, that showed him communicating about the removal of former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
What followed was the Ukraine opening an investigation that will be used against President Trump in the 2020 election.
But the Ukrainian Interior Ministry insisted that the Ukrainian police “are not interfering in the internal political affairs of the United States.”
“However, the published messages contain facts of possible violations of Ukrainian law and of the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations, which protect the rights of diplomats on the territory of another state,” he said.
“Our goal is to investigate whether there actually was a violation of Ukrainian and international law, which could be the subject for proper reaction. Or whether it is just bravado and fake information in the informal conversation between two U.S. citizens,” it said.
It is also going to start another investigation on the allegations that Russian hackers accessed the computers of Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company that Hunter Biden sat on the board of.
Both of these investigations, by a foreign government, will assuredly be used as weapons in the American presidential election by Democrats, but they have no issue with that.
They only have an issue investigating why the son of the then vice president would get a six-figure salaried job at a gas company in an industry he has no experience in.
And there were documents that showed Hunter Biden, John Kerry, John Kerry Jr. and another family member of the Kerry’s had a slush fund that transferred millions from the Ukrainian gas company.
“Leaked documents from the Ukrainian General Prosecutor’s office indicate complex money transfers from foreign sources into the control of a ‘slush fund’ owned and operated by Devon Archer, John Kerry Senior, John Kerry Junior, Heinz Jr, and Hunter Biden,” Michael Coudrey reported.
“According to the Department of Financial Monitoring (Counter-intelligence) of Latvia, the following sums of money were obtained from Busima Holding Limited (Cyprus) which is open at AS PrivatBank in Latvia.
“This describes the money transfer of $14,655,982 and $366,015 EUR from “Wirelogic Technology AS”, and $1,964,375 from “Digitex Organization LLP.”
“Further, part of the sums described above were transferred to Alan Apter, Alexander Kwasniewski, Devon Archer and Hunter Biden.
“BURISMA HOLDINGS LIMITED, during a period from November 18th 2014 to November 16th 2015 transacted 45 money transfers through MORGAN STANLEY SMITH BARNEY LLC in the sum of $3.5M dollars…
“Soon after high profile US persons were paid off, including the son of US politician and Vice President Joe Biden, the corruption probe into Burisma and Hunter Biden was shut down under threat from the US administration withholding $1B in aid.
“In conclusion, it is to the best of my knowledge determined a corrupt foreign gas company solicited high profile US persons affiliated with government to illegally influence official US Foreign Policy, & pressure the Ukrainian government to shut down its corruption investigation.
“Furthermore, it has been determined that after significant payments were made to the firm partly owned by Hunter Biden, Joe Biden while the Vice President operated in an official capacity to change US Foreign Policy to help enrich and protect his son, Hunter Biden,” Coudrey said.