Skip to comments.Hunter Bidenís Ex-Firm, Burisma Accused Trying to Bribe Anti-Corruption Ukrainian Officials
Posted on 06/17/2020 8:17:44 PM PDT by Libloather
The attempted bribe was described as the biggest reported bribe attempt in Ukrainian history. Three individuals with ties to Mykola Zlochevsky, the founder of Burisma Holdings, are being accused of attempting to bribe anti-corruption officials in Ukraine to end the investigation into the company and its founder for embezzlement.
Zlochevsky denies involvement in the scheme.
How can that be the most substantial bribe in Ukraine history? Joe Biden gave them a billion dollars for firing the prosecutor that was investigating Burisma. Thats what Joe said.
Whether or not the actions of Joe Biden and his son Hunter crossed into illegality is yet to be seen. Still, there is certainly enough evidence of probable cause proving they should be investigated by Ukraine. After all, during the fake Russiagate investigation, we heard Democrats say hundreds of times, no one is above the law (well except for Hillary Clinton and illegal aliens).
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If they tried I’m sure it was possible in that country.
Lindsey Graham has Hunters back.
The Republican Senate singularly blocked any real Investigation of Biden.
And Graham slimed Giulianis evidence while refusing to look at it.
Biden is the Senates choice for President.
Hunter was still listed on their website a few weeks ago.
When did he resign?
When does the Congressional probe begin?
“When does the Congressional probe begin?”
It won’t. It was stopped by extortion by Joe before, there is no way they want to open up that can again. Especially right at election time even though they are bound by treaty to do it. They would rather break international law than bring it into the light, again.
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