Potential for 10 Criminal Referrals Looms Over Hunter Biden, Dubbed the ‘Ultimate White Privilege Guy’

Categories
Posted in: Andy Oxide, MPN, News, Updates
SPREAD THE WORD

BA WORRIED ABOUT 5G FB BANNER 728X90

During a congressional hearing, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer made startling revelations about first son Hunter Biden, referring to him as the “ultimate white privilege guy” following Democrats’ accusations of Republicans appropriating the phrase “two-tier justice system” from the civil rights movement.

Comer expects his congressional panel’s investigation into the Biden family to yield “between six and ten criminal referrals” to the Justice Department, involving evidence of potential violations by President Biden’s son.

One of the criminal referrals revolves around Hunter Biden allegedly violating the Mann Act, a federal law that criminalizes the transportation of women across state lines for prostitution purposes.

Comer highlighted the evidence presented by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene during the hearing, which he believes clearly shows Hunter Biden’s involvement in the act.

“He violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act. He was money laundering. He was racketeering. He committed wire fraud. He violated the Mann Act. The list goes on and on and on,” Comer said.

The evidence against Hunter Biden, according to Comer, appears “pretty overwhelming.”

He referenced a bombshell document made public for the first time, revealing an alleged $10 million bribery scheme involving President Biden.

The FBI informant’s file pointed to complexities in wiring the alleged bribe, and Comer suggested that such patterns have been uncovered in other investigations involving Romania and China.

Comer asserted that Hunter Biden’s business model seemed to revolve around leveraging his father’s influence for personal gain.

He allegedly communicated to foreign entities that they needed to provide him with payments in exchange for favors from the United States government.

The congressman emphasized that mounting evidence supports these claims, with more information emerging daily to corroborate them.

As the congressional panel concludes its investigation, it appears that Hunter Biden may face serious legal consequences if criminal referrals are pursued.

Comer’s statements highlight the seriousness of the allegations against the President’s son and raise questions about the potential implications for the Biden family as a whole.

Here are some choice excerpts from the FBI’s confidential informant file on the Bidens, describing conversations between the informant and officials from the Ukrainian gas company Burisma:

Around 2015 or early 2016, the informant met with the chief financial officer of Burisma, Vadym Pozharsky, who bragged about having Hunter Biden on the board.

“They hired Hunter Biden to ‘protect us, through his dad, from all kinds or problems.“

In 2016, the informant met with Mykola Zlochevsky, head of Burisma, shortly after Joe Biden had made a public statement about Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin being corrupt, and that he should be removed from office.

Asked about Shokin’s investigation into Burisma:

“Zlochevsky replied something to the effect of, ‘Don’t worry Hunter will take care of all of those issues through his dad.’ [The informant] did not ask any further questions about what that specifically meant.“

The informant suggested Zlochevsky hire some attorney for $50,000 to ligate the case. Zlockevsky said:

“It costs 5 (million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another Biden.”

The informant asked Zlochevsky why he didn’t hire some normal US oil and gas advisers:

“Zlochevsky made some comment that although ‘Hunter Biden was stupid, and his dog was smarter,’ Zlochevsky needed to keep Hunter Biden (on the board) ‘so everything will be okay.’ “

The Bidens pressured him, Zlochevsky said.

“Zlochevsky stated he didn’t want to pay the Bidens and he was ‘pushed to pay’ them. . . . he [said] has many text messages and ‘recordings’ that show that he was coerced to make such payments.”

Asked whether Hunter Biden or Joe Biden told Zlochevsky he should retain Hunter Biden; Zlochevsky replied:

“They both did.”

Asked if he had any proof that he’d be “pressured” to pay the Bidens:

“Zlochevsky said he had a total of ‘17 recordings’ involving the Bidens; two of the recordings included Joe Biden, and the remaining 15 recordings only included Hunter Biden.

[The informant] reiterated that, per Zlochevsky, these recordings evidence Zlochevsky was somehow coerced into paying the Bidens to ensure Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin was fired.”

Asked about payments:

“Zlochevsky responded he did not send any funds directly to the ‘Big Guy’ (which [the informant] understood was a reference to Joe Biden). . . . Zlochevsky responded it would take them (investigators) 10 years to find the records (i.e. illicit payments to Joe Biden).”

The informant thought the story of the Burisma officials was credible.

“Given the pervasive necessity to bribe government officials in Ukraine and Russia, [the informant] did not perceive Pozharsky or Zlochevsky’s statements to be unusual, self-serving, or pretextual.”

Read the original article here:
New York Post 

Author

BA WORRIED ABOUT 5G FB BANNER 728X90

Sign Up Below To Get Daily Patriot Updates & Connect With Patriots From Around The Globe

Let Us Unite As A  Patriots Network!


SPREAD THE WORD

Tags

allegations bribery scheme Chairman civil rights movement Corruption criminal referrals evidence FBI informant Foreign Agents Registration Act House Oversight Committee Hunter Biden Justice Department Mann Act money laundering racketeering two-tier justice system violations wire fraud

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *