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What Did Biden and Obama Officials Stand to Gain From Ukraine Influence?

Hello and welcome I’m Gina Shakespeare. Today on Declassified full coverage on Joe
Biden, like you’ve never seen him before. We shine light the 20/20 hopeful and other
Obama Officials. Just what exactly did they stand to gain from
Ukrainian influence? We break it all down like no other media. You know, sometimes in the comments you talk
about rabbit holes, well this is an intertwined and complicated net-work and we have the map. That’s right Newly released evidence suggests
Ukraine played a key role in creating the Trump–Russia collusion narrative at the
behest of Obama officials. In the first part of this story we’ll establish
all the key players, without leaving out anyone, then swiftly to Victoria Nuland, with grand
plan for the Ukrainan leadership, but does it go as she planned? We find out. This story By Epoch Times contributor Jeff
Carlson. You can find Carlson on Twitter @themarketswork. Also it’s also a pleasure for me to be sitting
here with you, thank you for giving me your time, I plan to make it worthwhile. Back to 2014 here we go. Ukraine underwent dramatic changes in 2014,
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden played a critical role in the Obama administration’s involvement
in the revolution that ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. Following the revolution, Biden would use
his influence to help force the creation of the troubled National Anti-Corruption Bureau
(also known as NABU). Notably, during the 2016 election campaign,
information leaked from NABU about Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort that helped to create
the false narrative that Trump colluded with Russia to win the election. Biden also would use the threat of withholding
$1 billion dollars in U.S. loan guarantees to pressure Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko
to fire the prosecutor general. At the time, the prosecutor had been investigating
Burisma, a Ukrainian natural gas giant that had appointed Biden’s son, Hunter, as a
board member. President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer,
Rudy Giuliani, recently said, “Keep your eye on Ukraine.” In his own words to the Washington Examiner,
Giuliani highlighted the “plot to create an investigation of President Trump, based
on a false charge of conspiracy with the Russians to affect the 2016 elections.” It doesn’t end there, the Obama Administration’s
involvement stretches back to 2014 and we’ve got proof. On or shortly before Feb. 4, 2014, Victoria
Nuland (you’ve all heard about her, from her involvement in SpyGate) she was the assistant
secretary for European and Eurasian affairs in the Obama State Department, she actually
had a conversation with the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, we know because
it was intercepted and leaked. The call was fairly serious, Nuland and Pyatt
appeared to be discussing the ouster of Yanukovych and the installation of opposition leader
Arseniy Yatsenyuk as prime minister. Nuland favored opposition leader Yatsenyuk
over his main rivals Vitali Klitschko and Oleh Tyahnybok, telling Pyatt: “I think
Yats is the guy who’s got the economic experience, the governing experience. He’s the … what he needs is Klitschko
and Tyahnybok on the outside.” The conversation didn’t there, toward the
end, then-Vice President Biden was discussed as being willing to help cement the changeover
in Ukraine. This is not just us saying it, this is what
they actually said word for word: Geoffrey Pyatt said: “We want to try to
get somebody with an international personality to come out here and help to midwife this
thing. The other issue is some kind of outreach to
Yanukovych, but we probably regroup on that tomorrow as we see how things start to fall
into place.” Victoria Nuland then said: “So, on that
piece Geoff, when I wrote the note [Biden’s national security adviser Jake] Sullivan’s
come back to me VFR [direct to me], saying you need Biden, and I said probably tomorrow
for an atta-boy and to get the deets [details] to stick. So Biden’s willing.” And then it all came together, Nuland and
Pyatt met with Ukrainian opposition leaders Klitschko and Yatsenyuk, along with then-President
Yanukovych, just days later on Feb. 7, 2014. Events then moved swiftly, without a single
delay, it all fell into place. On Feb. 22, 2014, Yanukovych was removed as
president of Ukraine and fled to Russia. Then just 5 days later on Feb. 27, 2014, Yatsenyuk,
the candidate favored by Nuland, was installed as prime minister of Ukraine. Klitschko was left out and Notably, Yatsenyuk
would later resign in April 2016 amid corruption accusations. So where does Biden’s Involvement in Ukraine
come into this? Let us roll it out the finest of details including
that 50 million dollars and that 17.5 billion dollar package oh and his sons involvement,
here we go. It all began in April, Biden would get personally
involved, as would his son, Hunter. On April 18, 2014, Hunter Biden was appointed
to the board of directors for Burisma–now Burisma is no small company, it’s one of
the largest natural gas companies in Ukraine. Four days later, on April 22, 2014, Vice President
Biden traveled to Ukraine, offering his political support and $50 million in aid for Yatsenyuk’s
new government that was very shaky at the time. Poroshenko, a billionaire politician was elected
as president of Ukraine on May 25, 2014. Biden became close to both men and helped
Ukraine obtain a four-year, $17.5 billion dollar IMF package in March 2015. Finally in October 2016, Foreign Policy wrote
a lengthy article, “What Will Ukraine Do Without Uncle Joe,” actually on a side note
here President Trump just nick named him “Sleepy Creepy Uncle Joe” just FYI, just making
sure you’re still with me because we are digging deep here and I need you to stay here
with me on every detail. So Foreign Policy basically described Biden’s
role in the removal of Ukraine’s general prosecutor, Victor Shokin. Shokin, the choice of Poroshenko, was portrayed
as fumbling a major corruption case and “hindering an investigation into two high-ranking state
prosecutors arrested on corruption charges.” The United States pushed for Shokin’s removal,
and Biden led the effort by personally threatening to withhold $1 billion in loan guarantees. Let’s hear it in his own words. In an interview with The Atlantic, Biden recalled
telling Poroshenko: “Petro, you’re not getting your billion dollars. It’s OK, you can keep the [prosecutor] general. Just understand—we’re not paying if you
do.” But the damage was actually done, that’s
correct Shokin was removed by Poroshenko shortly thereafter, in early 2016. But, according to reporting by The Hill, at
the time of his firing, Shokin had been investigating Burisma. Shokin’s investigation into Burisma had
previously been disclosed in June 2017, by Front News International. And this is where the details get really fine. Who own Burisma? It’s owned by Nikolai Zlochevsky, the former
minister of ecology for Ukraine. According to Front News, Zlochevsky issued
a “special permit for the extraction of a third of the gas produced in Ukraine”
to his own company, Burisma. According to the Ukrainian nonprofit Anti
Corruption Action Center, Zlochevsky owns 38 permits held by 14 different companies—with
Burisma accounting for the majority with 33 of the permits. Zlochevsky left Ukraine after Yanukovych fled
to Russia during the Ukrainian Revolution known as Euromaidan. So next, an Investigation Into Burisma and
stick with me because soon after that we’re going to outline Paul Manafort’s involvement. In the spring of 2014, the Ukrainian Prosecutor
General’s Office opened an investigation at the behest of the UK prosecutors office,
which was investigating money laundering allegations against Zlochevsky and had just frozen $23.5
million dollars in assets allegedly belonging to him in early April 2014. Shokin, who wasn’t appointed as general
prosecutor until February 2015, wasn’t yet involved in the case. Ukrainian prosecutors refused to provide the
UK with needed documents, and in January 2015, a British court ordered the assets unfrozen. This action was pointedly called out in a
speech by Pyatt, who stated, “In the case of former Ecology Minister Mykola Zlochevsky,
the UK authorities had seized $23 million in illicit assets that belonged to the Ukrainian
people.” Instead of receiving cooperation from Ukrainian
prosecutors, they “sent letters to Zlochevsky’s attorneys attesting that there was no case
against him. As a result, the money was freed by the UK
court, and shortly thereafter the money was moved to Cyprus.” On Feb. 10, 2015, Shokin was appointed prosecutor
general of Ukraine, and he picked up the investigation into Burisma, which reportedly continued until
his formal resignation in February 2016. Now this is where Hunter Biden comes a little
more into the picture. Around the same time that Zlochevsky’s assets
were being frozen in the UK, Burisma appointed Hunter Biden to its board on April 18, 2014. Hunter’s compensation had never been disclosed
by Burisma, which is a private company, but Ryan Toohey, a Burisma spokesman, told The
New York Times that Biden’s compensation was “not out of the ordinary” for similar
board positions. However, according to The Hill’s reporting,
Hunter Biden’s firm, Rosemont Seneca Partners, was receiving regular payments—“usually
more than $166,000 a month”—from Burisma. The payments ran from the spring of 2014 through
the fall of 2015 and reportedly totaled more than $3 million dollars. The Hill article included a written answer
from Shokin, who told Solomon that his investigation into Burisma had included plans for “interrogations
and other crime-investigation procedures into all members of the executive board, including
Hunter Biden.” According to Ukrainian Prosecutor General
Yuriy Lutsenko, following Shokin’s forced dismissal, the Burisma investigation was transferred
to Sytnyk’s NABU that’s the National Anti-Corruption bureau, which then reportedly closed the investigation
sometime in 2016. The Kyiv Post on March 27 published an editorial
written by three members of the Anti-Corruption Action Center in Kyiv that disputed Lutsenko’s
interview with The Hill. They claim that two cases relating to Burisma
are still being investigated by NABU. As you can probably notice from what we’ve
outlined so far the politics within Ukraine are extremely complicated, and corruption
is endemic, often leading to conflicting accounts of events. Ok Mr. Manafort here we come, that’s right
a little more familiar territory here, this is where the US Pressure to Investigate Manafort
begins. In January 2016, top Ukrainian corruption
prosecutors and officials from Obama’s National Security Council (NSC), FBI, State Department
and Department of Justice (DOJ) met in Washington, according to an April 26 article by The Hill. The meeting, which was reportedly billed as
“training,” apparently also touched on two other matters—the revival of a closed
investigation into payments to U.S. figures from Ukraine’s Russia-backed Party of Regions
and the closure of an ongoing Ukrainian investigation into Burisma. According to The Hill’s reporting, the Ukrainian
Embassy confirmed that meetings were held, but said it “had no record that the Party
of Regions or Burisma cases came up in the meetings.” A Jan. 22, 2016, NABU press release confirmed
that NABU Director Artem Sytnyk was in Washington from Jan. 19 to the 21st. At the same time as the NABU meeting with
Obama officials, Vice President Biden also met with senior Ukrainian officials. On Jan. 21, 2016, Biden met with Poroshenko,
the president of Ukraine. According to the White House release, the
two leaders agreed “to continue to move forward on Ukraine’s anti-corruption agenda.” Just six days earlier, on Jan 15, 2016, Biden
had met with Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, promising to commit $220 million
in new assistance to Ukraine that year. Notably, several months later, Sytnyk and
Ukrainian Member of Parliament Serhiy Leshchenko would publicly disclose the contents of the
Ukrainian “black ledger” to the media, which implicated Trump’s campaign manager,
Paul Manafort. The revelation would force Manafort from the
campaign. Leshchenko also served as a source for various
individuals, including journalist Michael Isikoff and Democratic National Committee
(DNC) operative Alexandra Chalupa. In addition, Leshchenko served as a direct
source of information for Fusion GPS—and its researcher, former CIA contractor Nellie
Ohr. Another Ukrainian-related meeting also took
place in January 2016 when Chalupa, a Ukrainian-American, informed an unknown senior DNC official that
she believed there was a Russian connection with the Trump campaign. Notably, this theme would be picked up by
the Clinton campaign in the summer of 2016. Chalupa also told the official to expect Manafort’s
involvement in the Trump campaign. How Chalupa knew to expect Manafort’s involvement
with the Trump campaign in January remains unknown, but her forecast proved prescient,
as Manafort reached out to the Trump campaign shortly after, on Feb. 29, 2016, through a
mutual acquaintance, Thomas J. Barrack Jr. According to Manafort, he and Trump hadn’t
been in communication for years until the Trump campaign responded to Manafort’s offer. As The Epoch Times previously reported, on
May 30, 2016, Fusion GPS contractor Nellie Ohr sent an email to her husband, high-ranking
DOJ official Bruce Ohr, and three other DOJ officials to alert them of the discovery of
the “Reported Trove of Documents on Ukrainian Party of Regions’ ‘Black Cashbox.’” It was this discovery that led to Manafort’s
resignation from the Trump campaign in August 2016. That same month, The New York Times published
an article alleging that payments to Manafort had been uncovered from the Party of Regents’
“black box”—the 400-page handwritten ledger released by Leshchenko. The article proved to be a fatal blow for
Manafort, who resigned from the Trump campaign just days later. So what were the ties between NABU and the
FBI, we will tell you. Following the successful overthrow of Yanukovych,
Joe Biden had a direct hand in the formation of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU),
as he personally “pushed for the creation of an independent anti-corruption bureau to
combat graft,” this was according to an article by Foreign Policy. NABU was formally established in October 2014
in response to pressure from not only the U.S. State Department and Biden, but also
by the International Monetary Fund and the European Commission. Despite the international push, the fledgling
anti-corruption unit took more than a year to actually become a functioning unit. During this time, NABU officials began establishing
a relationship with the FBI. In early 2016, NABU Director Sytnyk announced
that his bureau was very close to signing a memorandum of cooperation with the FBI and
by February 2016, the FBI had had a permanent representative onsite at the NABU offices. On June 5, 2016, Sytnyk met with U.S. Ambassador
Pyatt to discuss a more formalized relationship with the FBI and, on June 30, 2016, NABU and
the FBI entered into a memorandum of understanding that allowed for an FBI office onsite at NABU
offices to focus on international money laundering cases. The relationship was renewed for an additional
two years in June 2017. Interestingly NABU has repeatedly refused
to make the memorandum of understanding with the FBI public and went to court in 2018 to
prevent its release. Sytnyk, along with parliamentarian Leshchenko,
became the subject of an investigation in Ukraine and in December 2018, a Kyiv court
ruled that both men “acted illegally when they revealed that Manafort’s surname and
signature were found in the so-called black ledger of ousted President Viktor Yanukovych’s
Party of Regions,” the Kyiv Post reported on Dec. 12, 2018. The court noted the material was part of a
pre-trial investigation and its release “led to interference in the electoral processes
of the United States in 2016 and harmed the interests of Ukraine as a state.” Leshchenko had publicly adopted a strong anti-Trump
stance, telling the Financial Times in August 2016 that “a Trump presidency would change
the pro-Ukrainian agenda in American foreign policy” and that it was “important to
show not only the corruption aspect, but that he is [a] pro-Russian candidate who can break
the geopolitical balance in the world.” Leschenko noted that the majority of Ukrainian
politicians were “on Hillary Clinton’s side.” In December 2017, Ukrainian Prosecutor General
Lutsenko accused Sytnyk of allowing the FBI to conduct illegal operations in Ukraine,
claiming that the “U.S. law enforcers were allegedly invited without the permission required
and in breach of the necessary procedures.” Lutsenko continued by asking, “Who actually
let the foreign special service act in Ukraine?” Taras Chornovil, a Ukrainian political analyst,
also questioned the FBI’s activities, writing that “some kind of undercover operations
are being conducted in Ukraine with direct participation (or even under control) of the
FBI. This means the FBI operatives could have access
to classified data or confidential information.” And finally today Pinchuk’s Ties to Leshchenko
and the Clintons On April 11, 2019, Greg Craig, Obama’s former
White House counsel, was indicted for lying about and concealing his work in Ukraine. Craig, who reportedly worked closely with
Manafort, was paid more than $4 million to produce an “independent” report justifying
Ukraine’s trial and conviction of the former prime minister, Yulia Tymoshenko. Notably, Craig’s name was not included in
the “Black Ledger” leak from Leshchenko and Sytnyk. The indictment notes that “a wealthy private
Ukrainian” was fully funding the report. In a recent YouTube video, Craig publicly
stated that “it was Doug Schoen who brought this project to me, and he told me he was
acting on behalf of Victor Pinchuk, who was a pro-western, Ukrainian businessman who helped
to fund the project.” Skadden wrote in recent FARA filings. “The Firm understood that its work was to
be largely funded by Victor Pinchuk,” Pinchuk put out a statement on Jan. 21, denying
any financial involvement. Pinchuk is the founder of Interpipe, a steel
pipe manufacturer. He owns Credit Dnipro Bank, several ferroalloy
plants and a media empire. He is married to Elena Pinchuk, the daughter
of former Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma. Pinchuk has been accused of profiting immensely
from the purchase of state-owned assets at severely below-market prices through political
favoritism. Between April 4 and April 12, 2016, Ukrainian
parliamentarian Olga Bielkova had four meetings, with Samuel Charap (International Institute
for Strategic Studies), Liz Zentos (National Security Council), Michael Kimmage (State
Department), and David Kramer (McCain Institute). FARA documents filed by Schoen showed that
he was paid $40,000 a month by Pinchuk (page 5)—in part to arrange these meetings. Schoen attempted to arrange another 72 meetings
with congressmen and media (page 10). It’s unknown how many of these meetings,
if any, took place. Schoen also helped Pinchuk establish ties
with the Clinton Foundation. The Wall Street Journal reported on March
19, 2015, how Schoen connected Pinchuk with senior Clinton State Department staffers in
order to pressure former Ukrainian President Yanukovych to release Tymoshenko–a political
rival of Yanukovych–from jail. And the relationship between Pinchuk and the
Clintons continued. According to the Kyiv Post:
“Clinton and her husband Bill, the 42nd U.S. president, have been paid speakers at
the annual YES and other Pinchuk events. They describe themselves as friends of Pinchuk,
who is known internationally as a businessman and philanthropist.” Although exact numbers aren’t clear, reports
filed by the Clinton Foundation indicate that as much as $25 million of Pinchuk’s donations
went to the Clinton organization. Pinchuk also has ties to Leshchenko, the Ukrainian
MP who leaked the information on Manafort. Leshchenko had been a frequent speaker at
the Ukrainian Breakfast, a traditional private event held at Davos, Switzerland, and hosted
by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation and has also been pictured with Pinchuk at multiple other
events. Thank you very much for joining me on this
episode of Declassified, what are your thoughts on Biden and Obama Officials ties to Ukraine. Thank you for commenting, giving this video
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David Frank



  1. beekeeping nwf Posted on August 8, 2019 at 12:04 pm

    they gained millions. biden made them pay his son millions that mostly wound up in creepy joes pockets. he had them pay his son because it was illegal for creepy joe to accept money from foreign governments.

  2. miketwilson Posted on August 9, 2019 at 12:27 am

    Joe Biden should be in jail for his role in Ukraine.

  3. JohnPatrick Martinez Consonero Posted on August 12, 2019 at 1:35 am

    Gina,you cut those lovely locks…ok, thanks for the info, they're all crooks!!!

  4. Will Willis Posted on August 16, 2019 at 4:01 pm


  5. Russell Grant Appling Posted on August 21, 2019 at 2:00 am

    You have the dots connected. Awesome.

  6. Russell Grant Appling Posted on August 21, 2019 at 2:03 am

    IMF is the center of the corruption.

  7. Russell Grant Appling Posted on August 21, 2019 at 2:09 am

    Go back to 2003 IMF email. You'll see me asking for instatainious season. And they just kept the funds. Even when they had my permission to take the fees from the bulk of the transaction. Where once I received the funds would be able to pay off all the foreclosed houses and give the paperwork of the houses to the people living in said houses. Fixing the mess they created. The rest of the funds were to go to the widows and orphans. Taking a small fund for myself as wages. Of $42,018.00/yr. But no. They wanted to destroy the American people. So they gave the funds to clinton instead. I have emails proving this.

  8. Carrie Thompson Posted on August 22, 2019 at 12:50 pm

    So it's the Democrats AGAIN. This is absolutely horrifying. Why would Biden run for President? Can't wait for Mr. Barr's investigation to be completed. WE THE PEOPLE want to see jail time seeing that we don't have to find squad for treason anymore. TRUMP 2020!

  9. Carrie Thompson Posted on August 22, 2019 at 12:51 pm

    Firing squad. Sorry.

  10. Patsy Faulkner Posted on August 27, 2019 at 6:02 pm

    Nice work, incredible. we all don't know on other country about who doing, and this huge, and unreal. Yes it is not easy to follow along. I agreed with reporter who gave a massive info, from top to bottom. Even we didn't know about Manafort and Biden doing business with Ukraine. There's too much going and thankful for reporter gather everything well done.

  11. T Love Posted on August 27, 2019 at 11:34 pm

    IT'S HERE AND HAPPING JUDICIAL WATCH IN PAST 3 YEARS HAS COME TO LIGHT PAST 2WEEKS..FINALLY HOLY 💩💩💩 SHOW.. All crafted that's why he always has that STUPID LOOK on his face🤪🤪Sleepy Predator Joe

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  13. CONNIE SCHRIMPSHER-DAVIS Posted on August 29, 2019 at 1:38 pm

    Great program Epoch Times, Thank you.

  14. David Jones Posted on August 31, 2019 at 1:42 am

    In Barack's defense let me say that it must be difficult for him to think straight after his 'wife' has been penetrating his ass every night with her penis!

  15. Ma r iusmodeste Modeste Posted on September 24, 2019 at 5:43 pm

    👍 you but why is your name is not listed?

  16. Robert Stane Posted on September 25, 2019 at 2:24 pm

    So, Hunter Biden was appointed to the board of a large Ukraine gas company.  Was this a favor to US Vice President Joe Biden?  And was this to insure that Ukraine would receive US loans amounting to one to 1.5 billion dollars?  And how much was Hunter earning?  Was it an unusually high amount?  And when the chief investigator began to look into criminal activity, was Hunter guilty?  And if so, what was he guilty of?  And is there clear evidence that Joe Biden, demanded the chief investigator be fired in order to protect Hunter from being exposed and prosecuted?

  17. Mach9 Posted on September 26, 2019 at 2:28 am

    A knotted ball of twine

  18. David W. Green Posted on September 27, 2019 at 6:15 pm

    Well well, this came in handy in September 2019. Little did you know back then that they'd be trying to cover all this up by accusing Trump of betraying his country on a phone call to Ukraine's new president. The US House is now running a faux impeachment inquiry over this. Unbelievable! I wonder what's next in this unfolding story.

  19. Raymond Burden Posted on September 29, 2019 at 8:40 pm

    Good day Angel ! <3 <3 <3

  20. Leigh Barry Posted on October 2, 2019 at 11:54 am

    Yuppers🙄 I'm watching this again on October 2, 2019😏 just to gather fact checks for those who claim President Trump created this "nothing burger" to go after Joe Biden during 2020, because he's scared Joe Biden will WIN!!!🤣😂🤣😂🤣
    Bawahahahahaaa HOW could anyone actually believe Trump is scared of BIDEN!?!😂

  21. Rose Posted on October 2, 2019 at 12:17 pm

    Hi Gina ,you do such a wonderful job..soft a good speaker so clear ,I hope you have a magical day,so god to hear the truth ..Fabulous work !💖TY💥

  22. Tod Chappuis Posted on October 3, 2019 at 5:26 am

    This declassified is so relevant right now

  23. Sofia Layes Posted on October 6, 2019 at 3:55 am

    So Obama, Biden and Hillary are crooks.

  24. Frank Frazier Jr. Posted on October 6, 2019 at 2:11 pm

    Our own government has been and was as corrupt as Ukraine. And Mexico and Britain and France and China, Russia and everyone else's.
    Maybe it's time to start lining up all these politicians against the wall for target practice and truth detection.

  25. Len Ovo Posted on October 7, 2019 at 2:48 am

    Remember what Joe Biden BRAGGED about, "fire him in 6 hours or you don't get the money"…Biden is so corrupt !! His son Hunter helped him launder the money !!

  26. Dan Burnside Posted on October 11, 2019 at 11:20 am

    No reporter can out report Gina

  27. Sharlene Carpenter Posted on October 14, 2019 at 1:07 pm

    China Joe

  28. nerk twins Posted on October 15, 2019 at 7:26 am

    Soros and his creeps in the US state dept like Vicky Nudleman aka Victoria Nuland. This was a coup of a legally elected government.

  29. LORD RAHMAN AZRA'IL MUHAMMAD Posted on October 16, 2019 at 4:47 pm

    Biden was nothing but Obama's Yes Man