RFK Jr. calls for a ‘REAL’ investigation into Biden’s foreign business schemes

by Summer Lane

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Democrat presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. called for a “real” investigation into the shady business dealings of Joe Biden and his family on Fox News during a conversation with Maria Bartiromo.

Kennedy candidly admitted that he had “avoided criticizing the president – I’m trying to bring people together,” but added that the “issues that are now coming up are worrying enough that we really need a real investigation of what happened.”

He continued, “These revelations where you have Burisma, which is a notoriously corrupt company, that paid out, apparently, $10 million to Hunter and his dad. If that’s true, then that is REALLY troubling.”

The “revelations” regarding Burisma have surfaced thanks to the House Oversight Committee’s ongoing investigation into the Biden family’s foreign business affairs, which includes disturbing allegations of international bribery.

Per RSBN, the recent release of an unclassified FD-1023 form from the FBI revealed that an alleged $10 million was paid out to “one Biden” and “another Biden.”

RFK Jr.’s call for an investigation into the Biden family’s alleged bribery scheme with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma is significant because Kennedy is popular with Independent voters and Democrat voters.

A recent poll from Rasmussen among U.S. likely voters found that 49 percent of Americans had a “favorable impression” of Kennedy, while 35 percent of Democrat voters believe that it’s likely he could win against Biden in a primary election battle.

Recent polling averages for the 2024 Democrat presidential primary race are a mixed bag when it comes to Kennedy versus Biden, according to RCP. In a Harvard-Harris poll, Biden was favored as the Democrat nominee by 62 percent, while Kennedy was the runner-up with 16 percent of support.

In RCP’s aggregated polling data, Kennedy additionally held the second-favorite position for the Democrat nomination, netting 14.3 percent of support compared to Biden’s 66 percent.

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