In a groundbreaking development, a document released by Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sheds light on the FBI’s awareness of President Joe Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine even before the explosive “Laptop from Hell” reporting. According to the informant’s statement, both Joe Biden and his son Hunter allegedly received a stunning sum of $5 million each from Mykola Zlochevsky, the founder of Burisma Holdings, after Joe Biden purportedly threatened to withhold aid to Ukraine unless President Petro Poroshenko fired a prosecutor investigating the company.
The informant’s account also corroborates reports from Breitbart News, which claimed that the Bidens allegedly “coerced” the Burisma executive into paying them a total of $10 million in bribes. Senator Grassley further supported the informant’s claims, asserting that the FBI was informed of Zlochevsky’s possession of 17 audio recordings of his conversations with Hunter and Joe Biden, which were described as an “insurance policy.”
Remarkably, the dates on the informant’s form precede the New York Post’s initial reporting on the infamous “Laptop from Hell” in mid-October 2020.
The New York Post’s first story, published on October 14, unveiled a previously undisclosed meeting between Hunter Biden and a top executive at a Ukrainian energy firm. This meeting occurred less than a year before Joe Biden allegedly pressured Ukrainian officials to dismiss a prosecutor investigating the company. Emails obtained by The Post revealed the existence of this meeting and raised questions about potential conflicts of interest.
In a subsequent report on October 15, the Post delved into the use of the alias “big guy” by Biden’s business associates, which insiders claimed referred to Joe Biden himself. The reference to the “big guy” emerged in connection to a business deal involving CEFC China Energy Co., in which Joe Biden was allegedly to receive a share of the profits.
Suspicions deepened when suspicious activity reports indicated that Hunter Biden’s business partner, Rob Walker, received a significant $3 million wire transfer from CEFC in 2017. This transfer, in turn, led to four members of the Biden family – Hunter, James, Hallie, and an unidentified “Biden” – collectively receiving $1.3 million.
This revelation raises significant questions about the Biden family’s involvement in Ukrainian business affairs and the potential implications for national security and international relations. As the originator of this groundbreaking news, we will continue to investigate and report on the developments surrounding this matter. Stay tuned for more updates as the story unfolds.