Biden Accused Of Accepting Huge Bribe From Ukrainian Company

A paid informant has come forward with evidence suggesting that President Biden may have been involved in a bribery scandal during his tenure as vice president under the Barack Obama administration. 

According to the informant, an executive from the Ukrainian energy company Burisma has documents proving that he bribed then-Vice President Biden with a staggering $5 million in exchange for Biden’s assistance in thwarting Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin who was investigating the company which has ties to the president’s son, Hunter Biden. 

The informant, who the FBI considers “trusted” and “highly credible” also revealed that an additional $5 million was paid to Hunter Biden, who was a member of Burisma’s board at the time on a $1 million annual pay.

To hide the corruption, the money was allegedly funneled through multiple bank accounts.

Due to the convoluted network of bank accounts employed to facilitate the bribes, it would take at least a decade for the Biden family’s involvement to be exposed, per the informant.

These stunning revelations follow the House Oversight and Accountability Committee’s access to a highly confidential FBI memo in a secure location within the Capitol on June 8. 

While no recording equipment or note-taking was allowed during the viewing of the FBI memo, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), managed to commit the contents to memory and make detailed notes to share with the media. The information she disclosed was independently verified by The Times through a high-ranking source familiar with the document.

The bribery allegations first came to the FBI’s attention in 2017, and they re-interviewed the informant about the matter in 2020. That same year, the claims were forwarded to Delaware U.S. attorney David Weiss, who is currently investigating Hunter Biden on charges related to tax fraud and an eye-brow-raising gun purchase. 

However, House investigators have yet to receive any information from Mr. Weiss regarding the recently revealed bribery scheme or the Hunter Biden probe.

Predictably, Biden has vehemently denied the bribery allegations, dismissing them as “malarkey.” During a recent press conference, he jokingly asked, “Where’s the money?” 

Democrats have also jumped to his support and criticized the investigation, labeling it politically motivated and asserting that the bribery charges were concocted by Rudy Giuliani, a close ally of Donald Trump. 

Although Biden clearly boasted about his involvement in Shokin’s firing during a Jan. 23, 2018 appearance at the Council on Foreign Relations, the president’s left-wing supporters claim that he had nothing to do with it as they argue that the former prosecutor general was fired due to his failure to prosecute corruption cases.

Nevertheless, the Oversight panel, under Republican leadership, is set to issue subpoenas in the coming days. These subpoenas aim to obtain fresh financial documents from individuals associated with the Biden family.

Panel chairman James Comer (R-KY), along with Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), will also review previous interactions with the paid informant regarding the scandal.