Slippery Joe’s BIG Lie
Emails on Hunter Biden’s laptop provide further proof that Joe Biden lied about overseas business dealings.
It’s probably pure coincidence that Hunter Biden’s money-for-nothing Burisma salary got cut by a third in early 2017, just two months after his dad left office. And then halved the following year. Pure coincidence.
Only the most jaded of observers could think it had anything to do with the fact that his dad was no longer setting U.S. policy in Ukraine. After all, Hunter still brought plenty to the table: his encyclopedic knowledge of the energy industry, his familiarity with the country and its customs, his fluency in its native tongue, and, of course, his sterling reputation for decency and clean living.
One wonders what our crackerjack FBI has been doing all this time with Hunter’s laptop, because it sure seems to have plenty of incriminating information on it. New York Post columnist Miranda Devine has been sifting through emails and invoices and the like, and putting together a book due out in September titled Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide. We can’t wait.
As Devine reports, “The Ukrainian energy company that was paying President Biden’s son Hunter $1 million a year cut his monthly compensation in half [beginning] two months after his father ceased to be vice president. … In 2016, Hunter’s total income from Burisma was $999,996. In [May] 2017 it dropped to $665,000, and then $498,000 in 2018.”
Still, according to an email from Burisma executive Vadim Pozharskyi, the notoriously corrupt Ukrainian energy company was eager to retain whatever influence-peddling services Hunter could provide. “We are very much interested in working closely together,” Pozharskyi said, “and the remuneration is still the highest in the company and higher than the standard director’s monthly fees. I am sure you will find it both fair and reasonable.”
Yep, pure coincidence. Just like it was pure coincidence that Michelle Obama nearly tripled her “community affairs” salary at the University of Chicago Hospital — from $121,910 in 2004, just before Barack was elected to the Senate, to a cool $316,962 in 2005, just after he took office.
Anyway, nice work if you can get it. But you can only get it if you’re a connected Democrat.
“I have never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings,” Joe Biden snarled back on September 19, 2020, at a campaign event in Iowa — the state that got to know him best, and the state that relegated him to a telling fourth-place finish in its caucuses. “Here’s what I know: Trump should be investigated,” he added. “Ask the right questions!”
Ask the right questions, eh? Hunter’s former business associate, Tony Bobulinski, gave the corrupt mainstream media all sorts of great questions back in October, just before the election, but reporters weren’t interested.
Still, we’ll give the president one more chance to come clean: If you never spoke to your son about his overseas business dealings, then what did you and Hunter talk about at that secret dinner on April 16, 2015, at Café Milano in Georgetown? You remember — the dinner he arranged so he could introduce you to his Ukrainian, Russian, and Kazakhstani business associates.
“The reason for the dinner is ostensibly to discuss food security,” Hunter told one of the attendees via email. “Dad will be there but keep that between us for now.”
Yeah, better keep that under wraps. We wouldn’t want the American people to think that a future U.S. president lied to the American people about his sleazy son’s business dealings. Or worse, that a sitting U.S. vice president was working a side hustle with that same son, trading on the family name instead of tending to the affairs of state.
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