Leaked phone calls between Joe Biden and former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko explicitly detail the quid-pro-quo arrangement to fire former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Victor Shokin - who Poroshenko admits did nothing wrong - in exchange for $1 billion in US loan guarantees (which Biden openly bragged about in January, 2018).
H/T: Zero Hedge
"And I'm a man of my word," Biden told Poroschenko. "And now that the new Prosecutor General is in place, we're ready to move forward to signing that one billion dollar loan guarantee."
Here's a longer version that includes recordings of John Kerry's calls with Poroschenko.
here's my (approximate) transcript of Mar 22, 2016 telecon between Biden and Poroshenko: see https://t.co/NilYJHr5bQ. It is certain that there was a Mar 22, 2016 call between them. pic.twitter.com/7UV19zBsig— Stephen McIntyre (@ClimateAudit) May 19, 2020
BREAKING---> AUDIO Released of JOE BIDEN Pressuring Ukrainian President Poroshenko to FIRE VIKTOR SHOKIN Who Was Investigating His Son! @RealDonaldTrump @MarkMeadows @Parscale @SeanHannity @RudyGiuliani https://t.co/tDMpmBwj1W via @gatewaypundit— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) May 19, 2020
Here are the Joe Biden, John Kerry and Petro Poroshenko phone calls that appear to be evidence of a quid pro quo where Biden asks for Ukrainian Prosecutor Shokin (who was investigating Burisma where Hunter Biden worked) to be fired in exchange for a billion $ loan.— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) May 19, 2020
Kerry call ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/aMPsywgmXZ
there is firm confirmation that there was a call between Biden and Poroshenko on March 22. pic.twitter.com/GM3xEVCoqN— Stephen McIntyre (@ClimateAudit) May 19, 2020