Rudy Giuliani told Glenn Beck during an exclusive interview that U.S. diplomats were doing the bidding of billionaire philanthropist George Soros in Ukraine in a “massive pay-for-play” scheme that included falsifying evidence against President Donald Trump.
Giuliani, the president’s personal attorney, spoke to Beck on his program Wednesday about the claims being made against him by Democrats in their ongoing impeachment inquiry.
“The anti-corruption bureau is a contradiction,” said Giuliani about the bureau set up in Ukraine to root out corruption.
“They took all the corruption cases away from the prosecutor general, they gave it to the anti-corruption bureau, and they got rid of all the cases that offended Soros, and they included all the cases against Soros’ enemies,” he explained.
“One of the first cases they dismissed was a case in which his NGO, AntAC, was supposed to have embezzled a lot of money, but not only that, collected dirty information on Republicans to be transmitted, gotten by Ukrainians, to be transmitted to this woman Alexandra Chalupa and other people who worked for the Democratic National Committee,” Giuliani continued.
“The first case that [former prosecutor Yuri] Lutsenko tanked was that case at the request of the ambassador,” he added.
Elsewhere in the interview, Giuliani described his reaction when he discovered the Ukrainian collusion that undermined the accusations of the Democrats made against the president.
“Hallelujah! I now have what a defense lawyer always wants: I can go prove somebody else committed this crime!” Giuliani said.
Lying Schiff’s Tuesday witness, Molly Montgomery, is another Deep State plant who was removed from the White House with ties to whistleblower Eric Ciaramella and George Soros.
Deep State member Molly Montgomery was on CNN a few days ago where she claimed that morale at the State Department was at historic lows. This apparently was due to budget cuts. CNN was more than happy to promote this.
Montgomery left the White House in 2018 after she worked for VP Mike Pence for a year.