It Looks Like Coercion and Not Bribery for the Biden’s – Watch

The founder of Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma Holdings has alleged that former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, “coerced” $10 million in bribes from the company, according to an FBI source.

The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that the allegations were made by Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky in a recent interview with Ukrainian prosecutors. Zlochevsky is currently under investigation in Ukraine for corruption.

People close to the handling of the confidential human sources (CHS) report indicated that the arrangement was one of coercion, not bribery, as previously conveyed to the American public. The FBI’s actions regarding these massive claims remain undisclosed, with sources indicating that the bureau is uncooperative.

According to Senator Chuck Grassley, Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky, whom intelligence sources revealed to be an SVR asset, possesses 17 audio recordings that implicate the Bidens in a pay-to-play scandal. These recordings, which were reportedly kept as an “insurance policy,” include 15 phone conversations between Zlochevsky and Hunter Biden, and two feature conversations between Zlochevsky and then-Vice President Joe Biden, as documented in the whistleblower report.

Banking records released by the House Oversight Committee in May provide concrete evidence of a pattern of public corruption involving foreign nationals, with Joe Biden at the center. Further examination of banking records and the recently surfaced FD-1023 whistleblower’s details may show even more corruption within what is quicly becoming the Biden syndicate.

The Burisma executive informed the CHS that Burisma had to make payments to the Bidens due to the ongoing investigation by Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin.

The allegations have the potential to be a major political scandal for the Bidens. If they are true, they could damage the Bidens’ reputations and could even lead to criminal charges.

The allegations are also likely to be a major issue in the 2024 presidential election. If Joe Biden runs for re-election, the allegations are sure to be raised by his opponents.