New revelations in the case of President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry show a link between the whistleblower and controversial tycoon George Soros.

In an interview on Fox’s “Hannity,” former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova and attorney Victoria Toensing said evidence of that involvement laced the complaint document.

“This is a fraud, not a scandal,” said DiGenova, adding that the whistleblower should go to prison.

The former prosecutor claimed that Joe Biden lied when he claimed that Viktor Shokin, Ukraine’s prosecutor general, was corrupt.

“Hunter Biden’s lawyers apologized to Shokin for lying about him, according to the law firm’s records,” DiGenova said.

The Democrats are trying to hide these facts and that is why this whistleblower “who knows nothing and who has created a document with the help of other people’s lawyers” appeared, the former prosecutor said.

Lawyer Victoria Toensing stated in response to these comments that the document contains notes and references to reports belonging to an organization called the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP).

“The whistleblower refers to a publication with the initials ‘OCCRP’. An assumption, Sean, who finances the OCCRP: George Soros,” revealed Toensing.

According to the lawyer, the document submitted by the complainant refers to the organization financed by the Soros Open Society Foundation, on several occasions, in footnotes 4, 9, and 10 on pages 4, 5, and 6 respectively.

Former CIA official Fred Fleitz, president of the Center for Security Policy and former deputy assistant to the president and chief of staff of the National Security Council, also found it very strange that a complaint written by an intelligence officer was written in such a professional manner.

“It appears to be written by a law professor and includes legal references and detailed footnotes. It also has an unusual legalistic reference on how this complaint should be classified,” Fleitz said in an opinion piece published last week in the New York Post.

“From my experience, such an extremely polished whistleblowing complaint is unheard of. This document looks as if this leaker had outside help, possibly from congressional members or staff.”

Soros and Obama State Department act together in Ukraine

The lawyer mentioned in the interview that George Soros was also involved with the State Department in the dismissal of the Ukrainian prosecutor.

“The United States and others made false statements about him [former Ukrainian attorney general Viktor Shokin], yes, they were NGOs funded by George Soros who were also ‘in bed’ with the State Department. They were ‘in bed’ with each other during that time [during Barack Obama’s term], in the name of fighting corruption and it really means that Soros is going after his competitors,” Toensing added.

This statement fits in with the statements of the current Ukrainian prosecutor general, Yuri Lutsenko, who was appointed following Shokin’s dismissal at the behest of Joe Biden, as he himself acknowledged. Lutsenko said in an interview with The Hill that as soon as he took office in 2016, U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch gave him a list of people who should be exempt from prosecution in Ukraine.

Among the names on that list were some members of the non-profit organization AntAC, an entity funded in part by the Soros International Renaissance Foundation and the State Department, according to the group’s donor disclosure records.

“Soros’ dirty money is all over this story from day one,” DiGenova said, while Toensing added that it’s also all over Ukraine.

“[Soros] still has people infiltrating the State Department,” she added.