Part Three of ‘UkraineGate – Inconvenient Facts’

Part Three of a new documentary by Olivier Berruyer, editor of the website, released in conjunction with Consortium News, continues the probe into the complicated scandal and Joe Biden’s part in it.

UkraineGate – Inconvenient Facts

Part Three: “A Not So Noble President”

You can view Part One here.  

You can view Part Two here.

11 comments for “Part Three of ‘UkraineGate – Inconvenient Facts’

  1. Chris
    February 2, 2020 at 14:45

    Great documentary, all three parts. My sympathies lie with the people of Ukraine. And with the people of America if Biden somehow gets elected.

  2. Ken Bonetti
    January 31, 2020 at 22:30

    Zephyr Teachout recently published a column in the Guardian detailing Biden’s “corruption problem”. She wrote about campaign contributions key to Biden’s financial and bankruptcy legislation that helped banks and damaged the American middle class during the 2008 meltdown, and about his consorting with healthcare and fossil fuel industry interests during the current election campaign. The Biden folks and the media went ballistic so Bernie ran to Biden’s defense, apologizing for Teachout’s op-ed, to me a very big mistake that shakes my confidence in him. It seems if Teachout was to see these Ukrainegate videos and convinced Olivier Berruyer is not a Russian tool as some have claimed (see the French language Wikipedia entry on Berruyer), she would write much more about Biden’ corruption problem. Berruyer still needs to show us convincing evidence that, as several of those interviewed in the third video claim, that Hunter’s compensation was funneled to the former vice president. Hopefully the fourth installment will be more definitive. In any case, enough has been demonstrated by the first two reports to ruin Biden’s reputation. Whoever has connections to Ms. Teachout should ask her to view these videos.

  3. Brian James
    January 31, 2020 at 12:41

    Jan 30, 2020 Here is the video of Rand Paul reading aloud his question, which John Roberts refused to allow the American people to hear.

  4. Ariel Reich
    January 30, 2020 at 19:27

    In the Intercept’s Mehdi Hasan’s latest (1/30/20) podcast of “Deconstructed”, “Does Joe Biden have a Corruption Problem?” (interviewing Zephyr Teachout), states at 3:20 “take Hunter Biden. The Republicans are wrong to say Joe Biden as vice-president tried to have the prosecutor fired to prevent him investigating his son’s role at the Ukrainian gas company Burisma in 2015 and 2016. There is zero evidence for that. None. The Republicans and Trump are lying.” He reiterates that at 23:08 “When the Ukraine story broke, and the Democrats rightly ran to Joe Biden’s defense, pointing out that he hadn’t done anything wrong in terms of the prosecutor, he wasn’t protecting his son from an investigation, all those nonsensical Trump lines that they are pushing in the Senate right now, GOP talk, …” So what are we to make of this? Mehdi can certainly have put aside this issue and say he wasn’t going to address it in his podcast, and he certainly does hit Biden for his other corrupt acts — but what does it say? Should we dismiss the compelling case Olivier Berruyer has put here, or simply chalk it up that even progressive commentators are picking and choosing their battles insofar as Ukrainegate (or Russiagate) is concerned?

    • geeyp
      February 1, 2020 at 01:07

      I used to really enjoy Mehdi’s opinions and programs until he came down with another case of “Trump Derangement Syndrome”.

  5. SteveK9
    January 30, 2020 at 13:11

    One thing that seems very odd, is that the word Russia is not mentioned once in this video (maybe not in the first two).

  6. Sally Snyder
    January 30, 2020 at 09:07

    As shown in this article, there is a key aspect to the entire anti-Russia/pro-Ukraine story that has received no coverage by the mainstream media:

    The West’s blanket condemnation of Russia and its so-called annexation of the Crimean peninsula in 2014 would suggest that more of us need to educate ourselves on the history of Russia and Crimea in particular before we whole heartedly swallow the narrative that our political leaders and media foist on us.

  7. Eugenie Basile
    January 30, 2020 at 09:06

    -Also very revealing is the documentary ‘Ukraine, les masques de la revolution ‘ by Paul Moreira 2016.
    -Also it seems the former prosecutor general Shokin has filed an official complaint against the unlawful interference by U.S. officials which led to his firing.
    Finally I would like to thank O Berruyer for his excellent investigative journalism and wish him lots of courage .

  8. January 30, 2020 at 05:00

    It should be noted that 2 days ago, Shokin filed an official cplaint aganst Biden. A press release was made by Interfax Ukraine and spread rather nicely throughout Ukrainian news outlets. One of them is a Western Ukrainian channel blocked in Russia (they must have called to nuclear war against Russia or some other nicety). It’s going to become complicated for Biden to explain all this is organized by Putin…

  9. Jeremy kuzmarov
    January 29, 2020 at 22:45

    Highly informative documentary. Should be widely viewed.

  10. Michael Meo
    January 29, 2020 at 18:54

    It is devoutly to be hoped that these reports will be distributed widely and commented upon widely in the present presidential contest in the U.S. However, the domination of U.S. news media by corrupt actors makes it not very likely.

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