Viktor Shokin, a former Ukrainian prosecutor, accuses Joe Biden, Hunter, and Burisma of corruption and says his opponents poisoned him twice in an effort to quiet him.

Viktor Shokin, a former Ukrainian prosecutor, accuses Joe Biden, Hunter, and Burisma of corruption and says his opponents poisoned him twice in an effort to quiet him.

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Former Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was fired after investigating the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, has accused Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, and Burisma of corruption. Shokin claims that he was removed from his position for probing Burisma’s alleged bribery activities and suggests that the Bidens accepted bribes in exchange for his firing. He also alleges that he was poisoned twice by individuals attempting to silence him.

Speaking in an interview with Fox News, Shokin stated that he is convinced of illegal activities within Burisma and that the criminal case had been initiated before his tenure. Shokin asserts that Hunter Biden was brought onto Burisma’s board in 2013 to offer protection to the company’s CEO from his investigations.

The White House, however, maintains that Burisma was corrupt and that Shokin’s firing was due to his failure to address corruption. They criticized Fox News for providing a platform to what they consider false claims. Shokin further claimed that there have been attempts on his life due to his investigation into alleged corruption.

The controversy surrounding Shokin’s claims and Joe Biden’s involvement in Ukraine has been characterized by some as a debunked conspiracy theory, but it is gaining traction among Republicans. Recent revelations, including alleged internal emails from the Obama-Biden administration and claims of bribery, have intensified discussions about the Biden family’s actions in Ukraine.

Shokin’s assertion that he was investigating Hunter Biden’s connection to Burisma and was removed as a result adds to the ongoing speculation about the Bidens’ involvement in Ukrainian affairs. Hunter and Devon Archer, another board member, were reportedly paid significant amounts while serving on Burisma’s board, leading to conflicts of interest.

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Shokin maintains that his investigation into Burisma was legitimate and that the company’s ties to the Bidens required special attention. He denies allegations of his own corruption and points out that the US has yet to provide concrete evidence of his wrongdoing.

Despite the complex and contentious nature of the claims, they continue to fuel discussions about the Bidens’ actions in Ukraine and their potential implications.

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