Lev Parnas explained what is happening in Ukraine while criticizing the bribery of House Republican Biden.
Parnas told MSNBC’s Ali Velshi that, “What happened was that Victor Shokin was a corrupt attorney that the entire Obama administration, not Joe Biden, but the Obama administration, the IMF, and all the Western countries wanted to get out of Ukraine because they were corrupt. The interesting thing is that it wasn’t because he was investigating, it was different. It was because he wasn’t doing an investigation about the corruption that was going on. The interesting thing about this letter, you know, if there was a bribe is that it was given to Joe Biden. – where are the wires? Do the tapes take you where you say you are? I think this is a problem for the American people and our democracy, what they are doing. “
Long live Parnas @AliVelshi that was actually happening in Ukraine and he says about Biden’s bribery, “Where are the wire transfers? Where are the tapes you’re talking about? I think this is bad news for the American people and for our democracy.” pic.twitter.com/Arfc1okj86
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) July 22, 2023
Parnas said that these are old things that are pushed by the right without any evidence behind them.
Lev Parnas was working for Rudy Giuliani. He was in Ukraine. He knew what was going on. Member of the House Committee Jamie Raskin (D-MD) quoted Parnas’ letter during the IRS whistleblower panel.
It says House Republicans have direct evidence of what happened in Ukraine, but they don’t call him to testify. Parnas will not be given the same role as the whistleblowers who are paid by Donald’s allies. Trumpet they’re getting it, because Republicans don’t care about reality.
The truth about what Trump and Giuliani tried to do in Ukraine has been known for years. This is why Trump was criticized in the first place. Republicans hope that the results will be different on the fifth, fifth, fifth, or five hundredth time they push through these mistakes.
The the facts don’t changethat’s why Biden’s corruption scandal went nowhere.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House Press Pool and DRM correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in public administration.
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