Biden’s 2016 Phone Call to Ukrainian President Exposes He Was TERRIFIED Trump Would Discover What They Were Doing with Our Tax Dollars

The Democrat allied mainstream media finally admitted the truth about Ukraine admitting the CIA has been pulling strings in the corrupt country dating back to 2014, but they only revealed a small portion of what really happened.

The New York Times confessed that the CIA had established secret spy bases all over the country, made possible by their efforts to stage a coup and install Petro Poroshenko as president – a leader the West knew they could control.

Then, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden began sending MASSIVE amounts of tax-payer dollars to Ukraine – but what was that really about?

With the Biden family having been caught putting millions of dollars in their pockets from their relationship with Ukraine it’s widely suspected that the corrupt American leaders were using Ukraine to launder American tax-money into their own bank accounts!

 

When Trump shocked the world by winning the 2016 election, the Obama White House went into full-blown panic mode about the possibility of Trump exposing what these crooks were doing.

Just two weeks after Trump’s victory, Biden personally called Poroshenko and you could hear the nervousness in his tone of voice.

“This is getting very, very close to what I don’t want to have happen,” Biden said to Poroshenko.

He went on to insinuate that he didn’t want Ukraine to ask Trump’s government for more money because that would put Trump in a position to get “sophisticated enough” to understand how the funds were REALLY being spent.

That phone call made it VERY clear – Joe Biden and the Obama White House did not want Trump to become aware where the money America was sending Ukraine was actually landing.

Watch the video here to listen to the call for yourself.

 


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