Let us not get completely distracted by what's going on with the election.
While this is definitely one of the most important things that our country has faced (election fraud), let us not forget about the Joe Biden/Ukraine scandal.
Biden has officially been named as one individual being charged with a Class A felony in Ukraine for his role in bribing the President of Ukraine to fire the prosecutor investigating his son and the company he was working for.
While the last four years have been spent by the Democrat party and presidential candidate, Joe Biden concocting a fake Russian collusion scandal and impeaching the president, Donald Trump for it, what is now apparent is that it wasn’t Donald Trump, but Joe Biden and many of his cronies — including his son, Hunter — who are actually guilty of crimes of corruption and treason.
But the corrupt law enforcement systems in the United States have been in bed with the Democrats in their efforts to unseat the current president and have not only failed in their duty to investigate the actual crimes committed by the Biden Crime Family, but have participated in the corruption themselves.
However, a court in Ukraine has now released Joe Biden’s name as a suspect in criminal allegations and is wanted in the country on Class A felony charges, reports OAN. The court previously redacted Biden’s name but decided it was inappropriate to keep that information hidden.
UKRAINE🇺🇦 HAS NOW LISTED JOE BIDEN AS WANTED ON Class A felony charges. pic.twitter.com/Kla7sY3gXx
— 101010 (@SatoshiMed) November 17, 2020
This comes after NBC claimed that the investigation had been dropped.
"Ukrainian authorities have closed a criminal probe into Joe Biden, who was accused of improperly forcing the ouster of the country’s prosecutor general in 2016, a police spokesperson said.
The investigation was launched in February after the ousted prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, appealed to a court.
Under Ukrainian law, anyone can go to court to request an investigation if the State Investigative Bureau declines to open one on its own. The courts overwhelmingly order law enforcement to launch criminal cases even in the absence of evidence, according to Vitaly Shabunin, the co-founder of the Anti-Corruption Action Center, a Kyiv-based watchdog group."