BlazeTV host Glenn Beck revealed explosive new evidence that unravels the official story behind the accusations that led to the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
"You are not being told what is really going on in Ukraine," said Beck during a special program on BlazeTV Thursday.
Beck relayed how Ukrainian National Anti-Corruption Bureau Chief Artem Sytnik appeared to be caught on audio bragging that he had helped Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.
A quote from former Ukrainian state prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko explains the importance of the Sytnik recording.
"I don't know how, but the Americans got an audio recording of Mr. Sytnik's conversation," Lutsenko says. "He is resting with his family and friends and discussing how he would like to help Hillary."
In the video played by Beck, Director Sytnik is heard speaking about the election and claiming that the Russians helped Trump.
"Yep. I helped him, too. Not him, but Hillary. I helped her," Sytnik says, according to a translation.
"While Hillary... she is — how shall I put it?" he continued later in the recording. "She belongs to the cohort of politicians who comprise the hegemony in the U.S. Both in the U.S. and in the entire world. Right. For us it is... sort of... better. For the Americans.... what Trump is doing is better for them."
Sytnik also says that he made public the records that helped send Paul Manafort, the former campaign manager for the Trump campaign, to prison.
The audio was leaked to the Ukrainian press in October 2017 by Borislav Rosenblat, a Ukrainian member of parliament, but was not picked up by any mainstream media in the U.S.
Beck said that supporting documents for the audio will be available to the public on Friday morning.
UPDATE: Following the special, Glenn Beck released the documents and other source material that went into making his report. You can find them at GlennBeck.com.