USA 2020 Elections: Thread

grarpamp grarpamp at
Sat Nov 13 01:51:52 PST 2021

How Soros' Secret Network Used Ukraine To Cover For Hillary, Hunter, &
Target Donald Trump

The Soros Circle: AntAC

In 2014, Soros’s International Renaissance Foundation (IRF) and its
grantees were active supporters in the creation of the Anti-Corruption
Action Centre (AntAC) of Ukraine, a powerful NGO. Through the end of
2018, 17 percent of AntAC’s funding was coming from Soros’s group.

AntAC is run by Daria Kaleniuk, an American-educated lawyer. White
House logs show Kaleniuk visited on December 9, 2015, reportedly
meeting with Eric Ciaramella, the CIA employee many suspect is the
anonymous whistleblower that sparked Trump’s first impeachment, the
source of which was a faultless phone call with Ukraine’s president.

AntAC was responsible for creating the National Anti-Corruption Bureau
of Ukraine (NABU), a law enforcement group separate from the
prosecutor general’s office that was tasked with handling the biggest
corruption cases. It has investigatory powers but cannot indict
suspects. Only when it passes its findings to prosecutors does a
subject of its inquiry become part of a criminal case. The agency was
established in 2014 at the behest of the International Monetary Fund
(IMF) after its predecessor, the National Anti-Corruption Committee,
was deemed a failure. Western governments funded NABU, which also
enjoyed the backing of the FBI. Like all the Orwellian names of groups
Soros had a part in, NABU acts independently in name only.

With the Obama DOJ’s launch of the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery
Initiative, aimed at battling large-scale public corruption in foreign
states, the State Department, DOJ, and FBI began outsourcing some of
their own work to AntAC.

In February 2015, Viktor Shokin was appointed prosecutor general of
Ukraine, and was soon scrutinized for helping the owner of the energy
company Burisma. Shokin had helped owner Mykola Zlochevsky regain
control of $23 million that was frozen by British authorities. Burisma
was made famous by Hunter Biden’s involvement in the company, and
Zlochevsky was the one who struck the deal to appoint Hunter to the
company’s board of directors in 2014 at a reported salary of $83,333
per month.

AntAC’s stance on Shokin was made clear; it tweeted on December 2015
that “One of the major goals of #AntAC for 2016 is to force #Shokin to

Shokin attempted to begin a probe into Burisma that “included
interrogations and other crime-investigation procedures into all
members of the executive board, including Hunter Biden.”

This never materialized because Joe Biden (then Vice President)
threatened to withhold a $1 billion loan to Ukraine unless Skokin was
removed as prosecutor general. Biden even bragged about it on video to
the Council on Foreign Relations in 2018, stating that when he
attended a meeting with Ukraine’s president and prime minister, he
said, “‘I’m leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired,
you’re not getting the money.’ Well, son of a bitch. He got fired.”

Biden insisted the U.S. wanted Shokin removed over corruption concerns
shared by the European Union. But in tapes released by Ukrainian
lawmaker Andrii Derkach, Biden and Poroshenko reveal that the
Ukrainian president admitted to doing Biden’s bidding. The quid pro
quo is proven.

    “Despite the fact that (Shokin) didn’t have any corruption
charges, we don’t have any information about him doing something
wrong, I especially asked him…to resign.”

In another recording from March 22, 2016, the two allegedly discussed
who would be appointed prosecutor general of Ukraine, and then who
would be their eventual replacement. Former prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko
was mentioned. The White House issued a press release confirming the
pair talked again on this date.

At the end of the call, Biden said, “I’m a man of my word. And now
that the new prosecutor general is in place, we’re ready to move
forward to signing that new $1 billion loan guarantee.”

Derkach would later be punished for allegedly exposing Biden’s call
with Poroshenko.

After the audio was made public, Poroshenko’s successor Volodymyr
Zelensky called for an investigation into the recordings, and the U.S.
Treasury Department sanctioned Derkach, describing the audio as
“unsupported information” part of a campaign to “discredit U.S.
officials.” They also accused Derkach, a member of Ukraine’s
parliament, of being a “Russian agent.”

The sanctions came less than a year after Derkach met with Rudy
Giuliani in Kiev, which reports at the time said was to discuss
possible misuse of U.S. tax dollars by Ukraine’s government.


A few months later, Yuriy Lutsenko was named prosecutor general and
met with U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. Lutsenko
recalls being stunned when the ambassador gave him a list of people
who shouldn’t be prosecuted. The list included a founder of AntAC, and
two members of Ukrainian Parliament who supported AntAC’s
anticorruption agenda (while benefitting from corruption themselves).

As John Solomon puts it, the implied message to Lutsenko was clear:
“Don’t target AntAC in the middle of an American presidential election
in which Soros was backing Hillary Clinton to succeed another Soros
favorite, Barack Obama.”

So what was motivating George Kent and Ambassador Yovanovitch to
influence investigations in Ukraine of all places?

The fact that Ukraine dealt with an organization created with the
backing of the Obama administration, State Department, FBI, and George

An investigation into AntAC could expose a whole chest of secrets -
the least of which being that they’re not all concerned with
corruption like they claim...

The hunt for any information that could possibly damage President
Trump or anyone connected to him was now on.

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