A leaked phone conversation just proved Joe Biden’s guilt in this quid pro quo

Joe Biden’s campaign is struggling to contain the growing Tara Reade and Obamagate scandals.

Now more gasoline was thrown on the fire.

And a leaked phone conversation just proved Joe Biden’s guilt in this quid pro quo.

During the impeachment hoax, President Trump and his supporters correctly pointed out that the President had every right to investigate if Joe Biden abused his office of Vice President for corrupt purposes before signing off on any security assistance for Ukraine.

The President cited Biden’s own admission that he blackmailed then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko into firing a prosecutor who had been investigating Burisma – a corrupt Ukrainian energy company paying his son $1 million a year in order to receive $1 billion in aid.

Biden and his allies in the Fake News Media claimed there was nothing underhanded about the arrangement because the prosecutor was corrupt and Biden was carrying out official American policy that the rest of the Western alliance agreed with.

But Ukrainian parliament member Andrii Derkach released bombshell audio tapes that undercut Biden’s claims.

On the tapes, Poroshenko admits that there were no corrupt acts committed by the prosecutor Biden demanded he fire.

Biden then allegedly admitted once Poroshenko removed the prosecutor, American money will flow into Ukraine.

“It’s going to be critical for him to work quickly to repair the damage that Shokin did,” Biden declared. “And I’m a man of my word. And now that the new prosecutor general is in place, we’re ready to move forward to signing that new $1 billion loan guarantee.”

This tape – once it is officially authenticated – completely undercuts Joe Biden’s claims that he did nothing wrong in the Ukraine affair.

And it provides further vindication for President Trump.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.