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'''Artem Sytnyk''' ('''Артем Ситник''') is the former head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine ([[NABU]]) during the [[Ukrainian collusion]] scandal and [[Trump-Russia collusion hoax]].  Sytnyk, along with Ukrainian parliamentarian [[Serhiy Leshchenko]], was convicted in a Ukrainian court on December 10, 2018 of interfering in the [[2016 U.S. presidential election]].<ref>https://www.theepochtimes.com/ties-to-ukrainian-national-a-unifying-theme-in-early-attacks-on-trump_2872609.html</ref>  Leaked tapes of Sytnyk confirm that Ukrainian officials colluded with the DNC to hurt Donald Trump and help the Clinton campaign.<ref>https://www.dailywire.com/news/bombshell-audio-email-evidence-shows-dnc-colluded-with-ukraine-to-boost-hillary-by-harming-trump-report-says</ref>
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'''Artem Sytnyk''' ('''Артем Ситник''') is the former head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine ([[NABU]]) during the [[Ukrainian collusion]] scandal and [[Trump-Russia collusion hoax]].  Sytnyk, along with Ukrainian parliamentarian [[Serhiy Leshchenko]], was convicted in a Ukrainian court on December 10, 2018 of interfering in the [[2016 U.S. presidential election]].<ref>https://www.theepochtimes.com/ties-to-ukrainian-national-a-unifying-theme-in-early-attacks-on-trump_2872609.html</ref>  Leaked tapes of Sytnyk confirm that Ukrainian officials colluded with the [[DNC]] to hurt Donald Trump and help the Clinton campaign.<ref>https://www.dailywire.com/news/bombshell-audio-email-evidence-shows-dnc-colluded-with-ukraine-to-boost-hillary-by-harming-trump-report-says</ref>
  
 
Deep State informant [[Eric Ciaramella]] invited Sytnyk to the [[White House]] the day before [[President Donald Trump]]'s inauguration in collusion with the [[Deep State coup 1.0]] attempt.<ref>https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/judicial-watch-white-house-visitor-logs-detail-meetings-of-eric-ciaramella/</ref>  
 
Deep State informant [[Eric Ciaramella]] invited Sytnyk to the [[White House]] the day before [[President Donald Trump]]'s inauguration in collusion with the [[Deep State coup 1.0]] attempt.<ref>https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/judicial-watch-white-house-visitor-logs-detail-meetings-of-eric-ciaramella/</ref>  
  
 
==Admits to election interference in collusion with DNC==
 
==Admits to election interference in collusion with DNC==
In October 2019, [[Glenn Beck]] released an audiotape of Sytnyk admitting that he had “helped” Hillary during the [[2016 U.S. presidential election]]. Sytnyk was convicted for election interference in December 2018 in [[Kiev]]. The court ruled that the publication of the “black ledger” documents “led to interference in the electoral processes of the United States in 2016 and harmed the interests of Ukraine as a state.”
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In October 2019, [[Glenn Beck]] released an audiotape of Sytnyk admitting that he had “helped” [[Hillary Clinton]] during the [[2016 U.S. presidential election]]. Sytnyk was convicted for election interference in December 2018 in [[Kiev]]. The court ruled that the publication of the “black ledger” documents “led to interference in the electoral processes of the United States in 2016 and harmed the interests of Ukraine as a state.”
  
 
On the tape, he tells his friends, “Kolya” and “Ivan,” that “I was in charge of the investigation of their “black accounting” records. We made the [sic] [[Manafort]]’s data available to general public.”  
 
On the tape, he tells his friends, “Kolya” and “Ivan,” that “I was in charge of the investigation of their “black accounting” records. We made the [sic] [[Manafort]]’s data available to general public.”  
  
{{quotebox|Kolya: Did they, those Russians, help Trump? Your people?
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{{quotebox|Kolya: Did they, those [[Russia]]ns, help Trump? Your people?
  
 
Sytnyk: I think they did. Yeah. I helped him, too. Not him, but Hillary. I helped her.
 
Sytnyk: I think they did. Yeah. I helped him, too. Not him, but Hillary. I helped her.
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Kolya: So what?
 
Kolya: So what?
  
Sytnyk: He was imprisoned. Manafort then was the head of the Supreme Headquarter of Trump, right? Then he was dismissed, too, including due to the “black accounting.” After that, he was sentenced to 80 years of imprisonment term. How about Trump? Did he not give a s***. They have their system working there and it works smoothly.
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Sytnyk: He was imprisoned. Manafort then was the head of the [[2016 Trump campaign|Supreme Headquarter of Trump]], right? Then he was dismissed, too, including due to the “black accounting.” After that, he was sentenced to 80 years of imprisonment term. How about Trump? Did he not give a s***. They have their system working there and it works smoothly.
  
 
Kolya: Everybody worked smoothly there.
 
Kolya: Everybody worked smoothly there.

Latest revision as of 11:11, 7 December 2019

Artem Sytnyk (Артем Ситник) is the former head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) during the Ukrainian collusion scandal and Trump-Russia collusion hoax. Sytnyk, along with Ukrainian parliamentarian Serhiy Leshchenko, was convicted in a Ukrainian court on December 10, 2018 of interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.[1] Leaked tapes of Sytnyk confirm that Ukrainian officials colluded with the DNC to hurt Donald Trump and help the Clinton campaign.[2]

Deep State informant Eric Ciaramella invited Sytnyk to the White House the day before President Donald Trump's inauguration in collusion with the Deep State coup 1.0 attempt.[3]

Admits to election interference in collusion with DNC

In October 2019, Glenn Beck released an audiotape of Sytnyk admitting that he had “helped” Hillary Clinton during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Sytnyk was convicted for election interference in December 2018 in Kiev. The court ruled that the publication of the “black ledger” documents “led to interference in the electoral processes of the United States in 2016 and harmed the interests of Ukraine as a state.”

On the tape, he tells his friends, “Kolya” and “Ivan,” that “I was in charge of the investigation of their “black accounting” records. We made the [sic] Manafort’s data available to general public.”

Kolya: Did they, those Russians, help Trump? Your people?

Sytnyk: I think they did. Yeah. I helped him, too. Not him, but Hillary. I helped her.

Kolya: Yeah. Right. Then her position tottered, right?

Sytnyk: Well, this is how they write about it, right.

Ivan: Hillary’s humanitarian aid … [indiscernible.]

Kolya: Well, I’m about … the commentaries. At the time, we were not [indiscernible.]

Sytnyk: Trump … his purely inner problem … issue … they dominate over the external matters. While Hillary, she is — how shall I put it? She belongs to the cohort of politicians who comprise the hegemony in the US. Both in the US and the entire world, right? For us, it’s … sort of … better. For Americans … what Trump is doing is better for them.

Kolya: Well, we have lots of those American experts here now … [indiscernible.]

Sytnyk: Well, there, you see why Hillary lost the elections? I was in charge of the investigation of their “black accounting” records. We made the Manafort’s data available to general public.

Kolya: So what?

Sytnyk: He was imprisoned. Manafort then was the head of the Supreme Headquarter of Trump, right? Then he was dismissed, too, including due to the “black accounting.” After that, he was sentenced to 80 years of imprisonment term. How about Trump? Did he not give a s***. They have their system working there and it works smoothly.

Kolya: Everybody worked smoothly there.

Sytnyk: And when they carried out the elections, a week before the elections, the FBI reopened the investigation in respect of Hillary. So her rating dropped for 7 percent and that’s why Trump managed to win the elections at a pinch.

I’m still unable to understand why he’s fighting with the FBI. They try to catch him on the hand. If it were not the FBI, he would not have won the elections. They torpedoed Hillary’s ratings for 7 percent.[4]


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