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BIDEN BRIBERY: Comer Estimates Total Could Climb To $30M In Shady Gains

If your only news source was the corrupt corporate media, you probably wouldn’t have a clue how damning the Biden Bribery case is getting. After all, they have dropped a veil of silence around him over it.

If that were your only news source, that comes with some implications every bit as serious as the willful silencing of the Hunter Biden story to directly interfere with an informed public voting in the 2020 election.

You might almost say ‘Hunter’s Laptop Matters.’


It means you probably don’t know about the FBI files that Wray has been stonewalling the GOP House oversight committee on. They assert that Joe Biden and Hunter Biden were both recipients of $5 Million in bribe money from Burisma to help them duck prosecution. (Reference Joe’s boastful public speech in which he said ‘sonofabitch, he got fired’.)

Someone in that news bubble probably doesn’t know about the redactions Wray tried to use to cover up claims that there are 17 audio recordings of the Bidens negotiating for those bribes (2 of Joe, 15 of Hunter) held as ‘insurance’.

So it’s probably safe to say such a person hasn’t heard that James Comer is raising the dollar amount of how much foreign money he thinks the Biden family has had stuffed in their pockets.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer on Thursday teased that new bank records his panel expects to obtain will reveal that the Biden family has accepted as much as $30 million from foreign nationals.

“We have more bank records coming in, we’re going to exceed $10 million this week. And I think we’ll get up to between $20 and 30 million,” Comer (R-Ky.) told Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo when asked how much money the committee has identified as being obtained by President Biden’s family members from overseas sources.
[…] “We’ve already tracked down a little over $10 million,” Comer told Fox News host Sean Hannity.

“We’re pretty confident from other sources that that number will grow to beyond $20 million and it could be more if you factor in the president’s brother, who dealt mainly in the Middle East. We haven’t even gotten to him yet,” he explained. — NYPost

This could very well change the story about how historians understand Trump’s first impeachment. As you recall, the political outrage was centered on Trump asking Zelenskyy to look into whether there was any truth to claims of corrupt American interference in Ukraine’s internal policy — specifically with respect to the firing of their prosecutor.

Democrats’ efforts to dismiss the bribery claim — including seeking to conflate it with information purportedly provided to the FBI by Rudy Giuliani — have been comprehensively debunked.

To the extent the bribe did occur, beyond the immediate ramifications, it would cast a pall over U.S. policy with respect to Ukraine under President Biden and suggest that the purpose of the first impeachment of Donald Trump was to cover up and divert attention from such Biden corruption. — The Federalist

But maybe a Biden defender would reflect on the reputation Ukraine has for being one of the most corrupt countries on the planet. Is it possible that things are just different in Ukraine and even honest men have to resort to dirty tricks to get things done? Was Burisma somehow holding Joe’s feet to the fire for some important policy concession that was in the Government’s interest?

Let’s see what the FBI records say about that interaction.

The Federalist has now learned the FD-1023 reported the CHS saying the Bidens “coerced” Zlochevsky to pay the bribes. Sources familiar with the investigation also explained the context of Zlochevsky’s statements, and that context further bolsters the CHS’s reporting.

In the FD-1023 from June 30, 2020, the confidential human source summarized earlier meetings he had with Zlochevsky. According to the CHS, in the 2015-2016 timeframe, the CHS, who was providing advice to Zlochevsky, told the Burisma owner to stay away from the Bidens. Then, after Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential contest, the CHS asked Zlochevsky if he was upset Trump won.

Zlochevsky allegedly told the CHS he was dismayed by Trump’s victory, fearing an investigation would reveal his payments to the Biden family, which included a $5 million payment to Hunter Biden and a $5 million payment to Joe Biden. According to the CHS, the Burisma executive bemoaned the situation, claiming the Bidens had “coerced” him into paying the bribes.

The CHS responded that he hoped Zlochevsky had taken precautions to protect himself. Zlochevsky then allegedly detailed the steps he had taken to avoid detection, stressing he had never paid the “Big Guy” directly and that it would take some 10 years to unravel the various money trails. It was only then that Zlochevsky mentioned the audio recordings he had made of the conversations he had with Hunter and Joe Biden, according to the CHS. — The Federalist

This means that long before Tony Bobulinski gave his Congressional Testimony, or appeared on Tucker, and even before Hunter’s Laptop became central (if silenced) part of the 2020 election, the feds already had plenty of data points corroborating what we now know about:

(1) Foreign bribery allegations
(2) shell company tactics that would ‘take 10 years’ for investigators to sort out.
(3) involvement of family members
(4) Ukraine payoffs involving Burisma
(5) ‘The Big Guy’ is the name by which Joe Biden is mentioned without invoking his name

NOW does it make sense why Joe got so testy when a journalist from the post asked THIS question? Biden Gets Testy When Reporter Asks A ‘Big Guy’ Corruption Question (VIDEO)

That figure of $30 Million does not account for what they might find when they go digging into the Middle East dealings of Biden’s brother.

Of course, any connoisseur of Corporate Media would be absolutely confident that Joe Biden has a clean conscience and nothing to hide, and his administration will prove it by being entirely transparent.

For example:

And surely there’s an innocent explanation for a drug-fueled sex fiend like Hunter to be secretly referring to his supposedly decent dad as ‘Pedo Peter’?

In fact, the media would rush to their defense to assure us that each of these stories has an entirely reasonable explanation for which we should not worry our pretty little heads.

Or whatever.

But if it was TRUMP? You can be sure they’d already be building the gallows.

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Sources Cited
NYPost
The Federalist (impeachment quote)
The Federalist (coerced/Big Guy quote)

Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up Clashdaily.com since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck