Seymour Hersh Makes Bold Accusations Against Ukrainian Leader

In an update on his personal website, Seymour Hersh claims that Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, stole $400 million from the United States that had been designated for fuel.

Hersh Makes Bold Claims

The topic of corrupt practices in Ukraine has been brought up before. Igor Kolomoisky, a billionaire from Ukraine who managed Privat Bank, was covered by the Gateway Pundit in 2019.

According to rumors, this bank owns Burisma, the oil and gas firm that paid Hunter Biden millions of dollars. Also collaborating with Burisma was John Kerry. According to rumors, Kolmiosky managed to lose $1.8 billion from the bank.

It was thought that this money had left the country. TGP also covered all US politicians participating in Ukraine for reasons other than world peace.

TGP mentioned the nation’s current leader ran opposed to corruption, but he also has flaws. He was suspected of holding $41 million in offshore cash and had ties to banker Kolomoisky.

Zelensky profited from the general public’s discontent with fraud, but his 2019 campaign was plagued by questions about his anti-corruption credentials.

It was supported by Kolomoisky’s media, who had been accused of taking $5.5 billion from his very own financial institution and sending it offshore alongside his partner, Hennadiy Boholiubov.

According to Hersh’s website, the Volodymyr Zelensky-led government of Ukraine continues to be utilizing American taxpayer money to pay heavily for petrol and diesel.

These resources are maintaining the Ukrainian army and its vehicles while it defends itself from the Russian attacks.

Anti-Ukraine Propaganda

Regardless of Herch’s opinion, it’s important to remember that he hasn’t produced any evidence to back up his claims and wars are expensive.

It’s highly unlikely that Zelensky would steal $400 million while defending his country from the awful attacks it is currently facing.  One needs to consider if what they are reading is possibly propaganda.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.