"March 22, 2019: Lutsenko texts Parnas.
“It’s just that if you don’t make a decision about Madam,” he writes, “you are bringing into question all my allegations. Including about B”.
“Madam” is understood to refer to Yovanovitch; the “decision” is about removing her from her position. "B" is believed to refer to Biden. The implication of the message is that Lutsenko’s allegations about Biden might be at risk — the sense in which that might happen is unclear — unless Yovanovitch is fired.
March 24 – 29, 2019: In a series of messages with Robert Hyde, a Connecticut Republican who is running for Congress, Parnas is informed about Yovanovitch’s physical location.
March 26, 2019: Lutsenko claims in a text to Parnas that an investigation into Burisma and its founder Mykola Zlochevsky is “progressing well.”
"There is testimony about transfers to B," he writes, again apparently referring to Biden.
Shortly afterward, in another message, he adds, "[a]nd here you can't even get rid of one fool" — again apparently referring to Yovanovitch.
“She’s not a simple fool trust me,” Parnas replies, adding in another message that “she’s not getting away.”