On the radio program Thursday, Glenn Beck sat down with chief researcher Jason Buttrill to go over a few of the findings he and the research team uncovered while looking into the phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky which led to the Democrats' now-failed impeachment charade.
Glenn explained that there were "things in the phone call that just didn't make sense to us" that prompted them to dive deeper into the research process, and to find out, once and for all, what happened to the $1.8 billion in aid that went missing in Ukraine's largest bank.
Jason revealed a bombshell discovery: an urgent letter from the Latvian government to the Ukrainians, which has changed the entire narrative about who and what was involved in the corruption going on in Ukraine.
"This document ... is the jumping off point," said Jason. "It shows you the path to follow the money."
Glenn explained how the money trails all all tie back to a corrupt and brutal oligarch named Igor Kolomoisky.
"This guy [Kolomoisky] is actually viewed in Ukraine ... as a brutal, brutal oligarch. Nobody messes with him. Okay? Chainsaws to the neck. Nobody messes with him," Glenn said. "But we also found out, there are a lot of people that view him as an extreme patriot. Now it gets interesting. Now it really starts to get interesting. Why is he a patriot? Because he's a guy that buys arms, and funds armies. He's a guy, when it comes to Russia, he's a guy that happened to, as all of our money disappears, to go on a spending spree."
Watch the video clip below to catch more of the conversation: