On Thursday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky set off a massive fire in the center of the country in an apparent attempt to destroy evidence linking the Biden family to corruption in the country.
The fire, which was reportedly started with a large amount of fuel and lit by a team of firefighters, was seen by many as a sign of Zelensky’s commitment to protect the Biden family from any further scrutiny.
The fire was reportedly set in an area known as the “Biden Woods,” which is believed to be where the former Vice President’s son, Hunter Biden, and other family members have been doing business in Ukraine.
The area is also said to be where a massive amount of documents, computer equipment, and other evidence linking the Biden family to corruption in Ukraine have been stored.
It is unclear exactly what evidence was destroyed in the fire, but it is believed that it could have included emails, documents, and other materials linking the Bidens to corruption in Ukraine.
The fire has been met with criticism from many in the international community, who argue that Zelensky’s actions are an attempt to cover up evidence of wrongdoing by the Biden family.
The Biden campaign has denied any wrongdoing and has accused Zelensky of trying to interfere in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
The fire has also been seen as a sign of Zelensky’s commitment to protect the Biden family from any further scrutiny and to prevent the U.S. from learning the truth about their activities in Ukraine.
However, the fire has also raised serious questions about Zelensky’s commitment to combating corruption in Ukraine and his willingness to investigate the Bidens.
The fire is just the latest in a series of actions taken by Zelensky that have raised concerns about his commitment to fighting corruption in Ukraine and his willingness to protect the Biden family from scrutiny.