New shocking details of the criminal activity of the Biden crime family have surfaced in Washington, D.C., and parties are scrambling to explain to the American people a previously undisclosed email chain from 2015, when Democrat Joe Biden was Vice President and on his way to Ukraine for an official visit – with his son, Hunter Biden in curious attendance.
According to media reports, this previously disregarded email chain disclosed the motivation and “ultimate purpose” behind Hunter Biden’s association with the Ukraine energy company Burisma Holdings at the time.
The new information sheds new light on Joe Biden’s actions when he demanded the removal of a Ukrainian prosecutor from a Ukrainian case in which, as we now know, Hunter Biden was involved:
All I've seen is more confirmation that he in fact threatened to withhold funds from Ukraine if they didn't fire a prosecutor for investigating Burisma, where his crackhead son happened to sit on the board, when he had no legal authority to do so. https://t.co/v9pJkoP03Q
— Theta313 (@FabioMusicMaker) July 9, 2023
Fox News reported that in the month preceding former Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to Ukraine, during which he threatened to withhold $1 billion in U.S. aid unless Ukrainian leaders dismissed their top prosecutor, Hunter Biden and Burisma executives discussed a potential contract to counter any federal investigations involving Burisma’s founder and then-president, Mykola Zlochevsky.
“The sequence of events that led to the firing of Viktor Shokin, and the subsequent comments by then-Vice President Biden, raise serious concerns as to what machinations were really at play — and were purposefully concealed from the American people,” Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-N.C., a member of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, told Fox News Digital.
“No matter how you slice Hunter Biden’s involvement, it screams public corruption at the highest levels and must be fully investigated,” she added.
“The calm, judicious, steady reveal of incredibly condemning evidence that clearly incriminates the Biden crime family will eventually alarm even the most ardent supporters of this WH occupier,” added Rep. Clay Higgins, R-La., who also sits on the committee.
“Our President is compromised, he should resign and be forever condemned, and the Democrat Party should begin rebuilding itself,” he noted further.
Conservative Brief reported on more details:
On Nov. 2, 2015, Burisma executive Vadym Pozharskyi emailed Hunter Biden, who was serving as a Burisma board member, his associates Devon Archer, a fellow board member, and Rosemont Seneca Partners president Eric Schwerin about a “revised proposal, contract and initial invoice for Burisma Holdings,” from lobbying firm Blue Star Strategies, according to emails from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, which have been verified by Fox News Digital.
Pozharskyi emphasized in his email that the “ultimate purpose” of the agreement with Blue Star Strategies was to end “any cases/pursuits against Nikolay in Ukraine,” referring to Zlochevsky, who was also known by the name Nikolay.
“My only concern is for us to be on the same page re our final goals,” wrote Pozharskyi. “With this in mind, I would like us to formulate a list of deliverables, including, but not limited to: a concrete course of actions, incl. meetings/communications resulting in high-ranking US officials in Ukraine (US Ambassador) and in US publicly or in private communication/comment expressing their ‘positive opinion’ and support of Nikolay/Burisma to the highest level of decision makers here in Ukraine :President of Ukraine, president Chief of staff, Prosecutor General, etc.”
“The scope of work should also include organization of a visit of a number of widely recognized and influential current and/or former US policy-makers to Ukraine in November aiming to conduct meetings with and bring positive signal/message and support on Nikolay’s issue to the Ukrainian top officials above with the ultimate purpose to close down for any cases/pursuits against Nikolay in Ukraine,” Pozharskyi continued.
Hunter Biden allegedly facilitated a connection between Burisma and Blue Star Strategies in an effort to counteract corruption allegations against Zlochevsky after joining the company. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware opened a federal investigation into the company’s lobbying activities in 2021.
Under the direction of U.S. Attorney David Weiss, the same division is also investigating the commercial activities of Hunter Biden.
“I would tell Vadym that this is definitely done deliberately to the be on the safe and cautious side and that Sally and company understand the scope and deliverables,” Schwerin wrote to Hunter Biden and Archer the same day as he forwarded Pozharskyi’s message. “And that we will be having regular (daily, weekly, monthly) opportunities be in through conference calls or memos to be continually refining and updating the scope.”
Biden responded to Pozharskyi by writing that he would like to “have one last conversation” with Blue Star and that he felt “comfortable” with the company. “You should go ahead and sign,” he wrote on November 5, 2015.
Hunter Biden added, “I eagerly anticipate getting started on this.”
Fox News added: “The email exchange occurred one month prior to Vice President Biden’s trip to Kiev, Ukraine, where he delivered a speech about combating political corruption.”
Before Joe Biden’s travel, a Blue Star Strategies associate emailed company executives as well as Hunter Biden, Archer, and Pozharskyi regarding a White House conference call that “outlined the trip’s agenda and addressed several questions regarding U.S. policy toward Ukraine.”
Biden exerted pressure on Ukrainian officials during his visit to dismiss Shokin, who was investigating Zlochevsky at the time. In March 2016, less than four months after Biden’s departure, Shokin was dismissed. During a 2018 conference, Biden boasted on video that he threatened to withhold $1 billion in U.S. aid unless Shokin was dismissed.
The first impeachment of then-President Donald Trump was based on allegations of a similar “quid pro quo” — the withholding of U.S. military aid unless President Volodymyr Zelenskyy assisted the U.S. attorney general in an investigation into the Bidens.