Hunter & Ukrainian Energy
While Joe Biden was VP, Hunter, despite no experience with energy, was appointed to the board of directors (and earned $50,000 per month) at Ukraine’s largest private gas producer, Burisma Holdings.
Despite his lack of experience, odd timing and conflicts of interest, Hunter has never been questioned by Congress.
VP Joe Biden Fires the Ukrainian Prosecutor Investigating his Son
Now that emails on Hunter’s laptop have confirmed this Burisma scandal, it makes sense why VP Biden withheld a billion-dollar loan from Ukraine until their government fired the prosecutor investigating his son’s involvement with Burisma.
Biden boasted about these threats and the prosecutor’s removal on-video at a Foreign Affairs event in 2018.
Selling Access to his Father
In April 2015, Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to Burisma, sent an email thanking Hunter “for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spend some time together.
Pozharskyi also asked Hunter for “advice on how you could use your influence” on the company’s behalf.
Hunter & US Biolabs in Ukraine
Hunter’s infamous laptop has also confirmed Russia’s recent claim that Joe Biden’s son was “financing… biological laboratories in Ukraine.” In 2014, the US government awarded $307,091 to Metabiota for “Ukrainian research projects.”
Hunter’s “science project” is not only allegedly working on bioweapons, but it is also being used by Russia to justify their invasion of Ukraine.
Hunter in China
Two weeks after traveling to China on Air Force Two with his father, Hunter’s joint global equity firm helped coordinate the purchase of the world’s largest cobalt source by a Chinese mining company. This acquisition gave China an unnerving stake in the production of electric car batteries.
Hunter around the Globe
Hunter received $3.5 million dollars from the wife of the former Moscow mayor and several other random individuals, and performed dealings with a Kazakhstan oligarch while his father was vice president.
Last year, while his father was president, Hunter switched career paths and began selling his own paintings. They started at $75K per piece.
Congress needs to ask the real questions: who is buying these paintings? Why are they paying upwards of $500,000? And would they be buying the paintings if Hunter wasn’t the president’s son?