Corrupt Obama Ambassador Refused Visas to Ukranian Officials Wanting to Expose Obama Administration Misconduct

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U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovich, who was appointed by Barack Obama, is a Trump hater who blocked Ukrainian officials from coming to the United States in order to turn over evidence of what they believe to be crimes committed within the Obama administration. A Clinton surrogate made a trip to the Ukraine in 2016 in order to get dirt on Donald Trump or members of his campaign. Shortly thereafter, they released false information implicating Paul Manafort in crimes.

We also know that shortly after visiting Ukraine with his son Hunter, Joe Biden’s son got a big contract with Ukraine. It’s also a fact Biden himself that he got a prosecutor fired who was investigating his son. He now denies that he knew the prosecutor was investigating Hunter. If that is true, why did he use a 1 billion dollar loan package to get him fired?

From The Gateway Pundit

U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovich (pictured) was a Trump-hater. She was appointed by Obama as ambassador to Ukraine in 2016.

She was US ambassador to Ukraine during the 2016 election when the Ukrainian government was colluding with the DNC and Hillary Campaign to undermine the US presidential election.

Starting in 2018 Yovanovich denied Ukrainian officials visas to enter the United States to hand over evidence of Obama administration misconduct to Trump administration officials.

US Ambassador Yovanovich, an Obama appointee, was removed from her post in Ukraine early in May 2019.

John Solomon at The Hill reported:

According to interviews with more than a dozen Ukrainian and U.S. officials, Ukraine’s government under recently departed President Petro Poroshenko and, now, Zelensky has been trying since summer 2018 to hand over evidence about the conduct of Americans they believe might be involved in violations of U.S. law during the Obama years.

The Ukrainians say their efforts to get their allegations to U.S. authorities were thwarted first by the U.S. embassy in Kiev, which failed to issue timely visas allowing them to visit America.



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