Joe Biden Doesn’t Want You to See This Old Video of Him Talking about His Family’s Corruption

Have you gone through the details of this Joe Biden-Ukraine mess yet? If you’re up to speed, skip to the video. It should be the final nail in the coffin, and once again, a media attack against President Trump will prove to be a deflection away from actual corruption within the Democrats. If you aren’t up to speed, here’s the Cliffs Notes.

Allegedly, a whistleblower in the White House went to the mainstream media with concerns that President Trump had threatened to withhold military aid from Ukraine unless they investigated Joe Biden. They’re calling it Watergate 2.0 (but the way they throw that term around, it should really be Watergate 19.3).

It turns out the person who went to the media doesn’t legally count as a whistleblower because they had no first-hand knowledge. They heard a rumor. Really.

Additionally, Ukraine officials have gone on record disputing that they were pressured to investigate anyone. Instead, it has been revealed that Joe Biden, as vice president, threatened to withhold financial aid to Ukraine unless they fired the prosecutor who was investigating his son.

That’s a lot to process, but this video makes something painfully clear. Biden definitely forced Ukraine to fire the prosecutor. He doesn’t just admit it in this video. He outright brags about it. Watch carefully so no one can lie to you about whether or not this happened.

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