A whistleblower, who reportedly came forward with “smoking gun” evidence of a bribery scheme involving Democrat President Joe Biden, has died in “suspicious circumstances.”
The shocking fate of the informant was revealed by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
According to Giuliani, who first exposed Hunter Biden’s infamous “Laptop from Hell,” the whistleblower was the chief accountant at the notoriously corrupt Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
While Joe Biden served as Obama’s vice president, Burisma paid Hunter tens of thousands of dollars a month to sit on the company’s board, despite having zero experience in the energy industry.
At the time, then-VP Biden withheld U.S. aid from Ukraine to pressure the government to fire top prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma and its owner for fraud.
Giuliani, who previously served as President Donald Trump’s attorney, says he offered to give a U.S. attorney information about the whistleblower.
He told the prosecutor that the woman had access to “smoking gun” evidence exposing Biden’s involvement in an international bribery scheme.
However, Giuliani says he was ignored and she later died under “suspicious circumstances.”
Giuliani dropped the bombshell about the now-deceased whistleblower during an interview on Newsmax’s “Saturday Report” with Rita Cosby.
He revealed that the Pittsburgh attorney general had initially been investigating the case.
But the investigation was later transferred to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware, under former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr.
Giuliani claims the Delaware office buried the case, despite the whistleblower being under threat of death.
He says the whistleblower had evidence that included offshore bank account information that showed millions of dollars in bribes flowing to the Biden family and “other crooked politicians.”
Despite the explosive nature of the evidence, Giuliani says prosecutors ignored the case and she died suddenly before she could testify.
“Well, of course, that’s the most ridiculous, idiotic statement to make on a day in which we find out that the Bidens took a $10 million bribe from a Ukrainian Mykola Zlochevsky, which I could have told you, you know, and did tell [the DOJ] three years ago,” Giuliani told Newsmax.
“And they followed up on none of the evidence I gave them.
“They were hoping that people would disappear or die. It’s extraordinary.”
Giuliani told Cosby that the now-deceased whistleblower was willing to give up details of the offshore bank accounts at Burisma.
“It’s extraordinary,” he said.
“I gave them one witness that any investigator would jump through hoops to go to.”
Giuliani revealed that he gave the DOJ “one witness … who is a woman, who is the chief accountant at this crooked company, Burisma.
“She was the wife of the former owner who died under suspicious circumstances.
“And, she was willing to give up all of the offshore bank accounts, including the Bidens’ accounts.
“She supervised the transfer of a lot more cash to the Bidens and other crooked politicians for Burisma.”
“Are you confident that now the House Committee is going to get to the bottom of that?” Cosby asked.
“Because that is stunning.”
“The reality is that we gave it to them in January of 2020, and the Pittsburgh US attorney was very interested,” Giuliani replied.
“And then in a very strange move, Barr took it away from him, gave it to the US attorney in Delaware.
“He didn’t do a damn thing about it,” he revealed.
“And the woman was under threat of death.”
“So, we tried to put pressure on them to do something,” he explained.
“Look, suppose she was lying.
“You would find out in a minute she wouldn’t have the accounts.
“She either has the goods or she doesn’t.
“And it’s absurd not to interview her.
“She claims she had bank accounts and that the Bidens got a lot more money under the table than already.”
“We had $8 million on the table that we could prove, which they could prove tomorrow if they wanted to they could have proved it three years ago, Rita,” he added.
“They could have indicted him before he ran for president and obviated this problem.
“We could have found out if he was innocent or guilty in January of 2020.
“All the witnesses were there, and I have him on tape like Shokin.
“Shokin was willing to come and testify.”
The informant named in the redacted FD-1023 document that the Federal Bureau of Investigation gave the House Oversight Committee members limited access to on Friday is still a mystery.
The FBI is withholding the name of the informant, purportedly because the bureau fears for the safety of the whistleblower.