Leaked Audio of Biden’s Ukraine Call Proves ‘Quid Pro Quo’

Grind for March 9th

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Quid Pro Quo

The Headline

Leaked Audio of Biden’s Ukraine Call Proves ‘Quid Pro Quo’

The Grind

It has long been known that Joe Biden admitted to the quid pro quo already, we have video evidence of him bragging about it, but newly leaked audio posted to YouTube tells us that Biden pushed for the ouster of Ukrainian Prosecutor General Shokin, despite there being no evidence of wrongdoing against him.

The Details

Poroshenko then explained that despite the fact Shokin had the support of parliament, that he was able to get Shokin to give a statement of resignation, which he provided to Poroshenko an hour later.

“Great,” Biden said.

“This is my second step of keeping my promises,” said Poroshenko.

“I agree,” Biden replied.

Biden has said he was simply carrying out the “official policy” of the Obama administration to root out corruption in Ukraine. “It was a fully transparent policy carried out in front of the whole world and fully, fully embraced by the international community of democracies.” Read more…






The Headline

CDC Revises Coronavirus Guidance, Says it ‘Does Not Spread Easily On Surfaces’

As we continue through the fifth month of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance on how COVID-19 spreads, saying it “does not spread easily” over contaminated surfaces.

The Blaze reported that the CDC guidance has changed in a “subtle” way, but it is still of interest. “The disease has always been thought to spread mainly through person-to-person contact by respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks. But up until recently, the CDC maintained that the virus could also spread through contact with contaminated surfaces,” the outlet reported.

The Details

The guidance now says “the virus spreads easily between people” but “does not spread easily in other ways.” The guidance also says: “It may be possible for COVID-19 to spread in other ways, but these are not thought to be the main ways the virus spreads.”

This is a slight difference from previous guidance, which Yahoo News reported as saying the virus spreading in other ways “may be possible” without the disclaimer noting it is not the main way for the virus to spread. Read more…




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