Brooke Mallory of OAN
12:49 PM – Thursday, June 8, 2023
Rep. Lauren Boebert said FBI intelligence documents recently disclosed to members of the House Oversight Committee related to an alleged $5 million bribe paid to President Joe Biden, not his son Hunter Biden. It was confirmed that
The redacted FD-1023 record has been the subject of ongoing controversy between the FBI and House of Commons investigators, but Bobert (Republican, Colorado) became a hot topic when it appeared.
Mr. Johnson continued to question Mr. Boebert for more information about the contents of the document.
After answering the basics, Boubert confirmed that he had viewed the document in a secure, private location and that it had not yet been released to the public.
“I mean, there are some details that you know, such as date, time and location, but for the sake of source security, we can’t state them at this time,” Bobert said. “And all I can say is that this has been going on for years and Joe Biden was paid $5 million. Neither Hunter Biden nor Joe Biden nor ‘The Big Guy.’ do not have. ”
“And this, you know, we’re … we’re tracking his son because he’s been told he has nothing to do with this office, but they’re hunters. It’s clearly explained that they used Biden because he was stupid and because he was stupid.” I could have had my father protect me and it would all be gone anyway. ‘ she continued.
“Great,” Johnson replied. “So this has to do with Ukrainian natural gas. This has to do with the development of gas sources in the country.”
“And Burisma and Hunter Biden have been appointed to the board,” she replied. “It is noted that he has no experience and that the Biden family business has no experience with these oil and gas companies in these businesses. I know that he is a fool, and the payment was made as a bribe, and these documents do have Shokin’s name on them, and all this Joe Biden surrounds public statements threatening Viktor Shokin, and it turns out that coercive payments were made.”
At a 2006 Council on Foreign Relations meeting, Joe Biden boasted that he had expelled former Ukrainian Attorney General Viktor Shokin. Shokin was investigating Burisma, a natural gas company that appointed Hunter Biden to its board of directors.
The Biden administration and advisers have argued that the general wants to be fired because the Ukrainian prosecutor’s anti-corruption efforts have been ineffective. But an FBI informant’s paper suggests the opposite case.
That would also allow the Democratic-controlled House to impeach Biden, but it could strengthen the defense that former President Donald Trump was justified in seeking hard evidence of Biden’s wrongdoing. .
Hans Manke commented on Thursday’s new information and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R, Georgia)’s reaction to the FBI informant’s paper.
“I mean, it’s been Burisma all along, so you don’t have to take MTG at its word,” he said. “I have proof.”
“On November 2, 2015, Burisma’s board of directors sent a letter to Hunter requesting, among other things, senior U.S. officials for ‘deliverables’ to close the lawsuit against Burisma,” Manke said.
On Thursday morning, Rep. Green said the move was “clearly illegal.”
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R, Kentucky) made the remarks during a Fox News appearance on Wednesday about the FBI’s unexpected 180-degree turn on an informant’s dossier.
“After weeks of refusing to even acknowledge the existence of FD-1023 records, the FBI has relented and now has all members of the Oversight Responsibility Committee recorded a conversation with an alien they claim is a classified source. “I bribed then-Vice President Joe Biden to allow this unclassified record to be reviewed,” Comer said.
“The American public has lost faith in the FBI’s ability to enforce the law impartially and demand answers, transparency and accountability. “It’s an important step toward enforcing FBI oversight and holding it accountable to the American people,” he continued.
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