Giuliani’s shocking Shokin news

Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani took to the Sunday morning news shows to share some evidence he “has garnered through hundreds of hours of research” on Ukraine corruption.

The most shocking, according to Giuliani was Victor Shokin, the Ukrainian prosecutor, who was looking into Burisma, was not only fired after Vice President Joe Biden said he would withhold aid from Ukraine, but he was also poisoned and almost died twice.

“Shokin’s medical records show he was poisoned, died twice, and was revived,” Giuliani said.

“After hundreds of hours & months of research, I have garnered witnesses & documents which reveal the truth behind this impeachment, which includes NO wrongdoing by @realDonaldTrump,” Giuliani wrote on Twitter.

Giuliani also laid out one scheme were a $16 million aid package was bundled up into a loan that ultimately became a money laundering operation to pay the Burisma board of directors a bonus. Out of those proceeds Hunter Biden received a $3 million payment, according to the former federal prosecutor.

Also on Sunday news show Face The Nation Senate Judiciary committee chairman Lindsay Graham said he would invite Giuliani to testify before his committee on what he discovered in the Ukraine. Graham said he would keep it separate from any impeachment hearing should it reach the Senate.