Biden reportedly ‘coerced’ foreign national to pay millions in bribes

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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The Biden family crime investigation took a huge turn as foreign national, Mykola Zlochevsky, was recently reported to be in possession of recorded proof that a massive bribery scheme took place, according to The Federalist

The outlet reported that Zlochevsky, who is the Burisma founder, allegedly has 17 recordings that implicate Hunter Biden, with two of these involving Joe Biden, for coercing Zlochevsky to pay out $10 million in bribes.

Former Chief Counsel for Nominations to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, Mike Davis tweeted about the information stating, “Powerful evidence the President of the United States is compromised.”

The Bidens’ loyalties have been questioned for years. In 2020, the Washington Examiner called out Hunter Biden for taking money from Chinese foreign nationals and questioned the Biden Inc. business dealings. 

In 2021, Newsweek released a report which broke down various ties to China within the Biden administration. Now, Joe Biden has been linked to an alleged bribery scheme that took place while he was serving as Vice President to Barack Obama. 

The man at the center of this scandal is a former Ukrainian minister of Ecology and Natural Resources and Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, in addition to being the founder of Burisma Holdings, per Breitbart.

His whereabouts are currently unknown but if released, the alleged recordings could further damage the Biden administration’s credibility and aid current impeachment efforts. 

Last month, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., introduced articles of impeachment against Joe Biden, per RSBN. Then, Tuesday Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., introduced a second round of articles of impeachment regarding the border crisis, via RSBN.

While the FBI has not fully cooperated with the House Oversight Committee, per RSBN, Biden’s approval rate is suffering.

The Biden administration’s decision to bring questionable charges against President Trump is also being decried as “election interference,” according to RSBN.

Mike Davis and other officials are now demanding, “Attorney General Merrick Garland must appoint a Special Counsel.”  

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