No matter what, it always seems as if people in the Democratic party always have their hands in someone else’s pocket.
Take the Bidens for example, it is only now that we are starting to discover exactly how deep their corruption goes.
It is as if you originally thought that a guy at your office was stealing a pencil or two to take home at night, only to dig deeper into the situation and find out that he walked out of the joint with a copy machine and half the paper in the warehouse.
A team of private investigators have made a filing to an Arkansas court for inclusion in the child custody case between Hunter Biden and stripper Lunden Alexis Roberts.
The complainants, D & A Investigations alleged in a December 27th filing that the “bank account records bear exhibit identifier(s) known by [Hunter Biden] as the subject of criminal investigation(s) both adjudicated and ongoing, of which he is a party to.”
D & A claimed the bank records “provide the source and destination bank account numbers of Burisma Holdings Limited, PrivatBank, Bank of China, [Hunter Biden’s] business partners, Rosemont Seneca Bohai.”
The significance of D & A’s claims are allegations of where that money eventually landed given Hunter Biden’s unexplainably high compensation package while sitting on the board of Burisma Holdings:
Hunter Biden, having no experience in the energy industry and no particular knowledge, (as far as we can tell) of Ukraine was paid half of the $166,000 monthly compensation sent to him and his partner Devon Archer, for serving as directors of Burisma, according to reports.
By comparison, energy giant Exxon pays their board members one-third that amount. What did Burisma, widely acknowledged as the epicenter of Ukrainian corruption, get for all that money?
(JohnSolomonReports.com) Hunter Biden and his Ukrainian gas firm colleagues had multiple contacts with the Obama State Department during the 2016 election cycle, including one just a month before Vice President Joe Biden forced Ukraine to fire the prosecutor investigating his son’s company for corruption, newly released memos show.
During that February 2016 contact, a U.S. representative for Burisma Holdings sought a meeting with Undersecretary of State Catherine A. Novelli to discuss ending the corruption allegations against the Ukrainian firm where Hunter Biden worked as a board member, according to memos obtained under a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. (I filed that suit this summer with the help of the public interest law firm the Southeastern Legal Foundation.)
In November of this year, as a result of FOIA request, Solomon reported he had come into possession of emails between the Burisma energy company and U.S. State Department
The emails suggest to me that Burisma was seeking assistance from the State Department to influence the Ukraine prosecutor to drop the corruption probe against Burisma and doing so by leveraging Hunter Biden’s board membership.