Ukrainian prosecutor says Bidens were bribe takers | Eastern North Carolina Now

Former Ukrainian prosector Viktor Shokin, whom Joe Biden bragged about using a billion dollar US aid package to coerce his firing, has given a TV interview stating that Joe Biden was bribed to do that.

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big bob said:
( August 26th, 2023 @ 7:45 pm )
Maybe trump can start a go-fund me?
( August 26th, 2023 @ 2:18 pm )
There LIttle Bobbie goes again with his rabid anti-white racism. The politization of our courts and justice system has to do with party and ideology, NOT race. Bobbie is nothing but a race hustler.
Big Bob said:
( August 26th, 2023 @ 10:44 am )
Indeed, billionaire rich white boys are at such a disadvantage.
Bubba said:
( August 26th, 2023 @ 10:53 am )
That Biden Crime Family chart tells it like it is. All of them should be indicted and jailed.
( August 26th, 2023 @ 9:06 am )
There is a clear double standard in our "justice" system when Democrats can drum up Stalin Show Trials in four places against their top political enemy, but genuine criminal scandals of their own leaders are swept under the rug. Democracy is dead in America unless that stops real soon.

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