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Imagine What Could Happen in Ukraine
“It’s going to take a hell of a lot of work to make up for all damage he’s done internationally and nationally. His network of thugs and co-conspirators are going to try to undermine our democracy in the meantime. Imagine what he can do in another year. Imagine what could happen in Ukraine.” ~ Joe Biden, 2019
This quote is from a 2019 Joe Biden campaign speech against Donald J. Trump, who was President of the United States. President Trump wanted the new Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, to consider relaunching an investigation into the Ukrainian gas and oil company known as Burisma and the relationship between Burisma, its corrupt Oligarch owner, and Hunter and Joe Biden.
Vice President Joe Biden had stopped the first investigation by Ukraine’s Chief Prosecutor by having Ukraine’s past President fire the Chief Prosecutor as the basis for America’s guarantee of a one billion dollar loan. This firing appeared to be illegal if not an unethical quid pro quo. Nevertheless, as far as Joe Biden was concerned, the firing ended the Burisma investigation and any review of impropriety on the part of Hunter Biden in using his father’s influence to help Burisma.
None of this would have been an issue except that Hunter Biden served on Burisma’s corporate board for three years with a salary of $83,000 per month. Some of America’s largest corporations pay board members about $60,000 a year. Moreover, Hunter Biden had no prior experience or expertise in gas and oil. The Hunter Biden Burisma relationship appeared one of “influence peddling” by Hunter Biden and his father, Joe Biden. However, none of this ever sat well with President Trump, and when President Zelenskyy replaced Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, he decided to ask Zelenskyy to reopen the investigation.
The Democrats turned Trump’s request for a new Ukrainian inquiry into a request by Trump to gather campaign dirt on Joe Biden and decided to impeach Trump for an alleged quid pro quo of his own.
The alleged trade-off was that Trump would supply aid to Ukraine for damaging information on Joe and Hunter Biden. The Senate vindicated Trump in a trial. But the fact remains that the Biden family have become multi-millionaires via foreign business and government influence-peddling.
President Joe Biden has been slow-walking military assistance to Ukraine since he entered office in 2021. His excuse has been that he hasn’t wanted to escalate tension between the United States and Russia by arming the Ukrainians. Hunter Biden has allegedly taken millions of dollars from Russian Oligarchs to assist them with contacts in Washington DC. Contacts Hunter’s father, Joe Biden has.
Is the real reason fear of escalation or a quid pro quo pay-off to Vladimir Putin?
As Shakespeare wrote, “Oh what a tangled web we weave; When first we practice to deceive!”
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