The Ukraine Prosecutor Biden Got Fired Files Federal Paperwork Demanding Investigation

The bad news keeps piling up for the former VP

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You’ve likely heard his name in recent months. Viktor Shokin was the much-ballyhooed Ukraine prosecutor who former Vice President Joe Biden infamously got fired and then bragged about it on camera.

Here’s that video below.

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Shokin was fired for investigating the Ukraine gas company where Hunter Biden sat on the board and collected about $80K a month.

Yes, per month.

And that investigation by Mr. Shokin also included questions into millions of dollars that was “funneled” to Hunter Biden.

Now, Mr. Shokin has filed official federal paperwork and is demanding an investigation into Joe Biden and the entire Burisma corruption.

Former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin filed a complaint with Ukraine’s National Bureau of Investigation this week demanding that an investigation be launched against former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.

According to a translation by Les Crises, in the filing Shokin accuses Biden of having orchestrated his controversial 2016 removal from office to prevent him from completing his investigation into the corruption-linked natural gas company Burisma.

“During the period 2014-2016, the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine was conducting a preliminary investigation into a series of serious crimes committed by the former Minister of Ecology of Ukraine Mykola Zlotchevsky and by the managers of the company ‘Burisma Holding Limited’ (Cyprus), the board of directors of which included, among others, Hunter Biden, son of Joseph Biden, then vice-president of the United States of America,” the document reportedly reads.

Despite the investigation being “carried out in strict accordance with Criminal Law,” Biden allegedly “developed a firmly hostile attitude towards” Shokin, it continues.

“Owing to my firm position on the above-mentioned cases regarding their prompt and objective investigation, which should have resulted in the arrest and the indictment of the guilty parties, Joseph Biden developed a firmly hostile attitude towards me which led him to express in private conversations with senior Ukrainian officials, as well as in his public speeches, a categorical request for my immediate dismissal from the post of Attorney General of Ukraine in exchange for the sum of US $ 1 billion in as a financial guarantee from the United States for the benefit of Ukraine.” [Bizpacreview]

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How many times do you think Joe Biden has kicked himself for telling that story on camera?

The funny thing is when he did it – when he bragged on camera – he had no fear of retribution for his actions because he’s such a smug and privileged elite who thought he could get away with anything.

And truthfully, up until now, he did.

This piece originally appeared on WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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