Joe Biden and the fake news media tried to cover up the real Ukraine scandal.
That scheme just collapsed.
And now this smoking gun about a payment from Ukraine left Joe Biden in shambles.
Democrats have succeeded in voting impeachment through Congress but the real vote that will tell if impeachment was successful won’t be for another year.
Nancy Pelosi started impeachment as a calculated risk that it would help Democrats win in 2020.
But impeachment hasn’t been the success that they thought it would be.
The Democrats failed in establishing a quid pro quo with the Ukrainian aid.
The only dirty Ukrainian money to be is in the hands of Joe Biden who is the Democrats’ strongest candidate at the moment.
He used American aid as leverage to the company that his son Hunter Biden was working for.
The $50,000 a month that Hunter was paid, presumably because Burisma wanted to influence his Vice President Daddy, is just the tip of the iceberg of what he was paid.
He received a more substantial and dubious payment from the Ukrainian oil company that was flagged for investigation.
According to The Daily Wire:
“As the U.S. presidential race began roaring to life in 2016, authorities in the former Soviet republic of Latvia flagged a series of ‘suspicious’ financial transactions to Hunter Biden and other colleagues at a Ukrainian natural gas company [Burisma Holdings] and sought Kiev’s help investigating,” Solomon writes in a report published Tuesday on his website, John Solomon Reports.
“The Feb. 18, 2016 alert to Ukraine came from the Latvian prosecutorial agency responsible for investigating money laundering, and it specifically questioned whether Vice President Joe Biden’s younger son and three other officials at Burisma Holdings were the potential beneficiaries of suspect funds,” Solomon explains.
“The Office for Prevention of Laundering of Proceeds Derived from Criminal Activity … is currently investigating suspicious activity of Burisma Holdings Limited,” the Latvian agency (known as the FIU) told Ukraine’s financial authorities in a memo provided to Solomon by the Ukrainian General Prosecutor’s Office and confirmed by the Latvian embassy to the U.S.
The Latvian FIU’s memo “identified a series of loan payments totaling about $16.6 million that were routed from companies in Beliz and the United Kingdom to Burisma through Ukraine’s PrivatBank between 2012 and 2015,” Solomon writes. “The flagged funds were ‘partially transferred’ to Hunter Biden, a board member at Burisma since May 2014, and three other officials working for the Ukrainian natural gas company.”
The letter asked Ukrainian officials for any evidence of criminal activity or corruption involving the funds and for the permission to share the information.
Trump wasn’t motivated by paranoid suspicions when he asked for Hunter Biden and Burisma to be investigated.
There are serious questions to be asked about how Joe Biden’s nepotism influenced America’s foreign policy.
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