Last Monday, on FNC’s “Hannity,” House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) said they would “prove” President Joe Biden was implicated in bribery.
Comer said where there is smoke, there is fire. There was a lot of smoke, and the testimony suggested that Joe Biden deceived Americans.
According to Jordan, Joe Biden denied any wrongdoing. Joe Biden attended two meals at Cafe Milano in Washington, DC, and both times he stayed for the duration. Mrs. Baturina, the richest woman in Russia, was a guest at one of them. That’s a radical departure from the account he’s been giving us until now.
During an investigation into Burisma Holdings, a prosecutor in Ukraine was fired, and Hunter Biden’s closest business associate, Devon Archer, acknowledged that then-Vice President Joe Biden was involved.
Reports show Archer and Biden’s son joined the Ukrainian energy business Burisma board in 2014, while the firm was the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation. Burisma paid Hunter Biden $83,000 per month to serve as a member of the board and represent the Biden name.
According to testimony given by Archer on Monday, Burisma executive Vadym Pozharski and Burisma co-founder Mykola Zlochevsky pressed Hunter Biden in December 2015 to obtain aid from Washington, DC, in the case of Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who had been investigating Burisma for corruption.
In 2018, Joe Biden boasted about having lobbied for Shokin’s dismissal on an official trip to Ukraine in 2015.
According to a report, a new charge was filed against the country’s prominent opposition leader, which may result in him receiving a life term in jail.
Political allegations were ambiguous. Inciting radicalism and lawbreaking were the charges. He is being rushed through a government-friendly court. The country’s media are against him, and most outlets have censored him.
This isn’t about the US, but rather Russia. Aleksey Navalny, not Donald Trump, led the resistance. However, it is becoming more difficult to distinguish the distinction between the countries in terms of how justice is being administered.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken had the nerve to condemn Russia for “politically motivated” allegations against Navalny in a statement he posted online last Friday.