Investigative reporter Sara Carter says that Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko (He replaced the prosecutor Biden got fired) was summoned to the US Embassy, where he met with the now-former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. She handed him a list of people who they should not prosecute. If you recall, she is the one who refused to give visas to Ukrainian officials who wanted to come to the United States with proof of election tampering in favor of Hillary.
On the list was the founder of the AntAC group and two members of Parliament. AntAC was financed by the Obama administration and George Soros. The group was anti-corruption just like Antifa is anti-fascist. They are the ones who diverted 4.4 million dollars to the United States. That created the fund that paid Hunter Biden all that money among other things.
Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko, who is considered a hero in the West for spending two years as a political prisoner for fighting Russian aggression in Ukraine , told Solomon that he was invited to meet new U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. He was appointed to this position in 2016 and it was then that he spoke to Yovanovitch, he said.
He said they, “gave me a list of people whom we should not prosecute.” According to Yovanovitch, it included a founder of the AntAC group and two members of Parliament. Those people “supported the group’s anti-corruption reform agenda, according to a source directly familiar with the meeting,” according to Solomon, who spoke to a source.
From The Hill
The focus on AntAC — whose youthful street activists famously wore “Ukraine F*&k Corruption” T-shirts — was part of a larger probe by Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s Office into whether $4.4 million in U.S. funds to fight corruption inside the former Soviet republic had been improperly diverted.
The prosecutors soon would learn the resistance they faced was blowing directly from the U.S. Embassy in Kiev, where the Obama administration took the rare step of trying to press the Ukrainian government to back off its investigation of both the U.S. aid and the group.