SEVENTEEN recordings of bribery phone calls between Burisma executive and Joe and Hunter Biden

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2023 Jun 13, 10:33pm   15,678 views  161 comments

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Once again corporate media completely ignored yesterday’s biggest story, instead doing its level best to smother it by rapidly pushing out explosive fake news stories, assisted by the DoJ, which is currently trying to indict everybody it can, including most famously President Trump.

The story was, in an electrifying floor address yesterday, U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley dramatically informed Congress that the document the FBI has been diligently concealing reported that its confidential source has SEVENTEEN recordings of bribery phone calls between the Burisma executive and Joe and Hunter Biden.

Grassley wondered why nobody followed up, say, to try and get ahold of those recordings, or even mention them to anybody? In his statement, Grassley pointed out it’s not like the FBI has been shy about presidential audio recordings:

It’s clear that the Justice Department and FBI will use every resource to investigate candidate Trump, President Trump and former President Trump [and] it’s clear that the Justice Department, the FBI, haven’t nearly had the same laser-focus on the Biden family. Special counsel Jack Smith has used a recording against former president Trump. Well, what is US Attorney Weiss doing with respect to these alleged Joe and Hunter Biden recordings that are apparently relevant to the high-stakes bribery scheme?

Grassley revealed that, even after the FBI agreed to show the Oversight Committee a copy of its Biden Bribery form, all references on the form to the recordings were redacted. In other words, the FBI literally covered up the recordings’ existence — even though the document had already been unclassified.

Senator Grassley also seems to think, as I do, there’s some connection between the timing of President Trump’s bogus indictment and the nation-shaking Biden Bribery story:

And on the same day that the FBI provided a redacted version of the 1023 to the House Oversight Committee, the Justice Department announced that former President Trump had been indicted and charged with 37 crimes relating to his alleged mishandling of classified records.
Here’s the link to Grassley’s statement, including the transcript and the video:


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103   Patrick   2023 Nov 6, 10:06am  


In a breathtaking story much more remarkable for where it was published than what it said, although that was pretty remarkable too, Politico ran a high-profile “Special Report” this weekend headlined, “Fresh revelations contradict Joe Biden’s sweeping denials on Hunter. Uh-oh! Not only that, but Politico’s “Special Report” about Biden’s lies published yesterday, Sunday, November 5th, 2023 — precisely one year to the day before next year’s Presidential election.

The sub-headline jammed the assassin’s dagger even deeper into Biden’s waning political fortunes: “The president hasn’t been shown to have committed wrongdoing, but a POLITICO review of recent developments casts doubts on several statements.”

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The story was a big deal for Politico — a rare, ranging, long-form, magazine-style piece including dramatic non-stock photos, infographics, and custom artwork. Politico took its time recapping all the fundamentals of the Biden corruption story, slowly and carefully walking its audience through the unfamiliar details, and even slipping in a few brand-new arguments of its own.

Politico was not saying Joe Biden is corrupt. It was just saying.

The story’s first target was one of the best-documented of Joe’s lies, the one about not being involved in Hunter business deals. Politico began with a now-infamous April 2015 dinner meeting between Hunter’s group and some shady Ukrainian oligarchs. House Republicans found an email on Hunter’s laptop from one of the thuggish ‘executives’ who attended the dinner politely thanking Hunter “for introducing me to your father.”

It’s embarrassing that oligarchical Ukrainian thugs are more polite and use better-formed English than the chief executive’s own children. Hunter usually emails in all-caps and normally forgets to use punctuation. But I digress.

Anyway, Biden has consistently and vehemently denied attending any of Hunter’s business meetings. He’s protested that point a LOT. But his denials are usually cuddled in complicated locutions, liberally sprinkled with lawyer weasel words and conditional qualifications. So in October 2021, key White House ally Politico emailed its insider source and directly posed the question: was Biden there at the Cafe Milano dinner or not? Even if just informally?

POLITICO: “Does this rule out any informal encounter with Pozharskyi in April 2015?”


Politico said it was revealing that now-obvious lie for the first time. Two years later. Shoring up the point, Politico then described Devon Archer’s testimony to Congress, where Devon swore under oath that Joe Biden did in fact chow down personally, himself, in the flesh, with the oligarchs that night at Cafe Milano, and Devon provided plenty of supporting background detail.

In other words, Politico volunteered its own internal, behind-the-scenes communications to help pile on the narrative that Biden and his whole crooked White House team are liars.

That seems pretty remarkable.

Politico’s extended-form article seemed like a solid reply to hapless, low-information democrat voters relying on Biden’s current stupid excuse, yeah, yeah, but they never proved Joe did anything wrong and Hunter’s not running for president.

Read these four sentences from the story and you’ll see what I mean:

The explicit White House denial of even an informal encounter, reported here for the first time, was not the only time that statements made by Biden and his camp about Hunter Biden’s dealings have been contradicted by others. Joe Biden and his representatives have repeatedly defended him from criticism related to his relatives, his son in particular, by issuing blanket denials of misconduct and disclaiming contact with their business affairs.
But, in recent months, as congressional Republicans have opened an impeachment inquiry and controversies related to Hunter Biden continue to be litigated in the courts and in the public square, a steady trickle of revelations have contradicted the president’s denials. A POLITICO review of recent congressional testimony and exhibits, along with court filings and media reports, casts doubt on several statements made by Biden and his representatives.
That right there is a meticulously-careful way of saying Joe lied about not doing anything wrong. The article briefly receded from this high accusatory point, back down into the “no evidence” briar patch, suggesting nobody’s claimed Joe Biden ever “took official action” to help his relatives’ “businesses.”

Later, the article reversed itself, and give several examples of exactly such evidence, although labeled as “uncorroborated” and other words like that, to help the red pills go down easier. Here was Politico’s first example of direct evidence of Biden corruption:

The (FBI’s) informant claimed that Burisma’s owner said privately that he was pressured by Joe and Hunter Biden into bribing them for help resolving Burisma’s legal issues, including Shokin’s firing. The informant first mentioned Hunter Biden’s role with Burisma in a 2017 conversation with the FBI, according to an agency form recording his allegations, which was obtained by congressional Republicans and made public in July. The bureau re-interviewed the informant, whose identity remains secret, in 2020, after the Trump Justice Department began scrutinizing claims about Shokin’s ouster.
Next, Politico shockingly but accurately recited the whole disgraceful timeline of drug-addled Hunter’s abandoned Macbook, and the FBI’s and the intelligence community’s subsequent outrageous lies about it being “Russian disinformation.” Then Politico informed its probably-astounded readers that it (Politico), The New York Times, and The Washington Post — the core corporate media team — had each independently verified thousands of Hunter emails from the so-called “fabricated” laptop.

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Without drawing attention to the fact’s significance, Politico also deliberately referred to Hunter’s lawsuit against the Mac Shop’s owner for “violation of privacy.” The lawsuit itself confirms the laptop’s authenticity. Obviously, Hunter wouldn’t sue over a fake laptop with fake emails on it. Not for “violation of privacy,” anyway.

Next up was Tony Bobulinski, another long-overlooked former Hunter business partner (overlooked by Establishment Media). In what constitutes even more “evidence” — at least by any legal definition of the word “evidence” — Bobulinski testified under oath and to the FBI that he personally had discussed Hunter’s Chinese business ventures with Joe Biden. For its readers’ benefit, Politico carefully noted that Bobulinski has always made political donations to democrats.

But that wasn’t the only way Politico shored up Bobolinski’s testimony. It fastidiously pointed out that Bobulinski has never been arrested for lying to the FBI:

In September, House Republicans released an FBI summary of an interview agents conducted with Bobulinski in the fall of 2020, showing that Bobulinski told investigators the same basic story: that he had discussed the China venture with Joe Biden. The summary gives extra heft to Boublinski’s public claims because lying to the FBI in order to influence an investigation can lead to criminal charges.
Well my goodness. At this point in the article, democrat readers with any remaining capacity for independent thought must have been wondering, what exactly is the standard for “no evidence”?

This is just the tip of the story’s corruption iceberg. The story goes on and on. It was a methodical tour de force of Biden family corruption, and completely reversed the normal course, taking the opposite approach from what Establishment Media has always taken to these facts. Normally, Establishment Media assiduously undermined witnesses like Devon Archer, Tony Bobulinski, and the unidentified FBI informants.

But in this article, Politico painstakingly boosted the anti-Biden witnesses’ credibility.

Conservative media is mainly designed to provide its readers with information. But liberal media is designed to give its readers permission to think certain thoughts. It’s not so much that the Politico article was informing democrats about certain uncomfortable Biden facts for the first time, although that is certainly true.

The article was more significant because it signaled to democrats that now acceptable to talk about Biden lying and about his being mixed up with all these sketchy characters.

If this Politico article wasn’t an outright hit piece aimed squarely at Joe’s key demographic, it was at least a barely-concealed political torpedo jetting directly towards the S.S. Bob Peters’ exposed port side. Friendly fire!

Do you think it was coincidental this carefully-written article published exactly one year before the election?
104   Patrick   2023 Nov 9, 10:30am  


Finally, speaking of compromised elected officials, yesterday the Hill ran an encouraging story headlined, “House GOP subpoenas Hunter Biden alongside suite of Biden family members.”

Yesterday, the House Oversight Committee took the “remarkable step” of subpoenaing depositions from a half-dozen of Joe Biden’s family members, as part of its ongoing impeachment inquiry. Subpoenas were issued to: James Biden’s wife, Sarah Biden; Hunter Biden’s wife, Melissa Cohen; Hallie Biden, Beau Biden’s widow; and her sister Elizabeth Secundy.

The Committee also asked for an interview with Hunter’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski, and House Oversight Chair James Comer’s (R-Ky.) press release said he “plans to send additional subpoenas and transcribed interview requests later this week.”

Democrats and the White House dismissed the subpoenas as a “sham,” and made the unlikely claim there is “no evidence” to support Republicans’ bribery allegations. For its part, the Hill’s article questioned, if not dismissed, all the Republicans’ evidence — in contrast with NBC’s report earlier this week. At least the Hill ran the story at all.

The democrats opened these floodgates with their January 6th investigations, multiple Trump impeachments, and their raft of process-crime lawsuits. Now the investigatory subpoena chickens are flocking home to roost.
105   HeadSet   2023 Nov 9, 11:24am  

Patrick says

“House GOP subpoenas Hunter Biden alongside suite of Biden family members.”

None will comply and nothing will happen.
107   Patrick   2023 Nov 30, 12:33pm  


CBS' Catherine Herridge broke down a fascinating Biden bank record that the House Oversight Committee posted on Wednesday.

The bank record was a 2018 email purportedly written by a money laundering investigator who was raising questions about money flowing into accounts connected to Hunter Biden.

109   HeadSet   2023 Dec 4, 4:46pm  

Patrick says


CBS' Catherine Herridge broke down a fascinating Biden bank record that the House Oversight Committee posted on Wednesday.

The bank record was a 2018 email purportedly written by a money laundering investigator who was raising questions about money flowing into accounts connected to Hunter Biden.

Wow, since CBS is running with this, I guess the marching orders are out to topple Biden. Big dilemma, though, as this may cause the public to be interested in who else the CCP or Ukraine has been bribing. Kids of politicians that have been getting lots of foreign cash may now be subject to scrutiny.
111   Patrick   2023 Dec 6, 3:56pm  


Biden Spoke with Hunter’s Business Associates Hundreds of Times While VP, Email Records Show
112   Patrick   2023 Dec 7, 7:52am  


The House Ways and Means Committee, currently investigating the Biden Bribery Impeachment case, posted an informative update on its website yesterday headlined, “Newly Released Evidence Underscores Joe Biden’s Excessive Use of a Secret Email Address to Communicate with his Son’s Business Associates - House Committee on Ways and Means.” It’s a pretty big deal.


Red-faced democrats have pounded the table complaining about this outrageous impeachment investigation when there’s NO EVIDENCE!! that Joe and Hunter’s businesses had anything to do with each other. And Joe Biden has offered to arm-wrestle anybody who wants to take him and pounded the table many times shouting (32 decibels) that there’s NO EVIDENCE!!! he was ever involved in Hunter’s business dealings.

Not ever. Never ever. Never ever, ever. And you can’t prove it.

So the Committee sighed, said fine, and yesterday coughed up three hundred and twenty-seven emails between Joe Biden — not in his own name, but using dumb aliases that sound like some kind of inside joke — where the former Vice President communicated with various of Hunter’s sketchy business associates and unindicted co-conspirators.

Tellingly, fifty-four emails were exclusively — meaning only the two men were included on the email — Joe wasn’t just carbon-copied or anything — between only Joe Biden (as Robert L. Peters or Robin Ware) and one particular Hunter Biden business associate named Eric Schwerin.

Eric is particularly noteworthy in the sordid saga as being the genius in charge of structuring the Biden family’s various complicated, bribe-obscuring, worldwide spider network of shell companies laundering the Biden fortune. And somebody has to tell Eric what to do. You didn’t think Hunter was running the complicated maze of businesses, trusts, and bank accounts, did you?

If you believed that, you’ve been hitting Hunter’s crack pipe too hard.

Another email proved Joe Biden attended a “lunch” in D.C. with yet another unsavory character named Patrick Ho (if that’s his real name, and this time there remains considerable doubt over his identity). Weeks after that lunch, Ho was indicted by Trump’s DOJ as a top-level Chinese spy.

But one month before his arrest, Ho — get this — paid Hunter the princely sum of one million dollars as a legal services ‘retainer.’ Here’s the Committee Exhibit 608B:

Nobody knows what Hunter was supposed to do to earn that million. And, why were Joe and the Ho lunching in D.C., right before Ho paid Joe’s bagman, I mean son, a million dollars for nothing, and right at the time the DOJ was hot on Ho’s heels?

We can all agree that at minimum, it’s a bad look, and you can tack that bad look onto the giant, swelling list of Biden’s other ‘bad looks.’

(In one of my remarkable cases, opposing counsel admitted in an early hearing that “at first blush, the evidence looks bad” for his client. I got a copy of the transcript and turned that delightful phrase right back on them for the rest of the three-year lawsuit, mentioning it every chance I got, including in no fewer than twelve appellate briefs. Fun times.)

Anyway, let’s talk about that million-dollar retainer. I happen to know a lot about retainers. You sort of need to know, as an attorney. Mismanaging client retainers is the most common way for an attorney to get disbarred. And getting disbarred is the legal equivalent of being stripped of your medical license, or dishonorably discharged, except worse, because disbarment is a lifelong black mark. That’s Tom. He got disbarred. It hurts the former lawyer’s future employment prospects as badly as a felony record (except that it quixotically improves the disbarred lawyer’s chances of being hired by a drug cartel).

Even before I get to principle number one of retainers, here’s principle zero: don’t hire crackheads to be your attorney. Especially don’t give them a million dollars of your money in advance of services not yet rendered. (And that was a million in 2017 dollars, so.)

With that out of the way, here’s Retainers Principle Number One: a retainer legally remains the client’s money until the attorney does the work. Attorneys must escrow client retainers in a separate trust account. Commingling attorney money and client money is a giant no-no, a greased fast-track to disbarment.

Once, I held a substantial retainer for years for a client who went to prison for a half decade (for a bad DUI auto accident). I could not touch his money. It wasn’t my money. It was my client’s money. I kept it safely for him until he got out. In fact, while incarcerated, from time to time he would direct us to use some of the funds to pay things like his appellate attorney or some disputed bills, which we did, of course, because it was his money.

There is almost no way Hunter was entitled — as a lawyer — to keep Ho’s money, even if Ho was arrested or was a Chinese spy or whatever. But I would bet Klaus Schwab’s newest leather spacesuit that Ho’s money never touched an attorney’s trust account but rather vanished, poof!, within two business days, tentacled off into the Biden financial octopus.

And if, as I suppose, Hunter never returned Ho’s money, then he should be disbarred for stealing client funds. Hunter’s D.C. law license went ‘inactive’ in 2014. So he should also be disbarred for practicing law without a valid license — lawyers can’t go around holding themselves out as million-dollar superstars with an inactive license. The Committee should promptly refer Hunter’s case to the D.C. Bar Association.

It’s not just vindictiveness. I mean, Hunter’s still out there. If he’s not disbarred, who knows how many other gullible enemy spies Hunter might trick into giving him giant retainers for future legal services that he’ll never provide? The mind boggles.

The Committee could probably also think of a few other things to jam onto the bar referral, like Hunter’s hookers and crack habit and fake board positions and unpaid income taxes and million-dollar business advances to start energy companies that never actually start, but I digress.

Anyway, the Committee just gifted democrats with some more Biden Bribery evidence. But somehow I don’t think the democrats will be grateful to have their holiday evidence wishes answered.

As they say in China: Ho, Ho, Ho.
119   HeadSet   2023 Dec 9, 6:32am  

PumpingRedheads says


From the article:
If members truly oppose the corruption that saturates this city, they can take a stand by voting in favor of this inquiry and against influence peddling.

Naive. Dems impeach only for political reasons. They will never impeach for influence peddling and bribes, as they themselves are guilty and do not want a precedence that may encourage anyone to look at their own corrupt selves. This is also why many Republicans will vote against impeaching Biden as well.
121   Patrick   2023 Dec 9, 5:41pm  


“The similarities between the late 1980s USSR and present day USA are uncanny — the endless lies, the corruption, the hollowing out of institutions, the censorship, and the decrepit leadership that is despised by the public.” — Dr Toby Rogers

The blob ran a clever third down lawfare play deep in its own territory Thursday night, a sort of double-reverse statue of liberty counter-switcheroo in its game-plan to “save our democracy,” as it calls its agenda of suppressions, persecutions, swindles, bad trips, and mind-fucks laid on the sore-beset people of this land. Blob special prosecutor David C. Weiss finally managed to indict Hunter Biden on tax evasion charges so flagrant and obvious that all the ham sandwiches convicted for the Jan 6 “insurrection” watched in awe from their prison cells.

You understand, this was months after Mr. Weiss concocted a cream puff plea deal for the president’s beloved son that blew up embarrassingly in the Delaware federal court when Judge Maryellen Noreika discerned a lifetime get-out-of-jail-free clause buried deep in the document, at about the same time that two IRS whistleblowers revealed the malfeasant incompetence of Mr. Weiss’s initial five-year-long dawdling investigation that, oops, let the statute of limitations run out on many of the pending charges.

That fiasco was followed by Mr. Weiss and AG Merrick Garland contradicting each other in House testimony about who had investigative authority where in the federal court matrix. And finally, the tax evasion matters landed in the Biden-friendly Los Angeles federal district, where Hunter officially lives (when not hiding out in the Lincoln bedroom), emerging from a grand jury Thursday night as a bill for three felonies and six misdemeanors.

The indictment, a public document, contains some interesting particulars, such as Hunter attempting to write off as business expenses $683,212 in fees for the unspecified services of “various women” (much as the services rendered by Hunter’s Owasco PC shell company were never specified in million-dollar legal retainer agreements made with Chinese “clients”). The curious can consult the website https://bidenreport.com,/ a.k.a. “Marco Polo” for a photographic record of Hunter B’s sex trafficking capers, such as:

Of course, buried in this hairball of sleaze is another cute dodge that will permit Hunter to take a pass on his subpoenaed closed-door deposition scheduled for December 13th with Rep. James Comer’s House Oversight Committee on the grounds that he is under indictment and would only repeat his 5th Amendment rights ad infinitum. Smooth move, DOJ. While it confers a short-term field advantage to the DC blob, few will misunderstand that behind all of this procedural stagecraft is the somewhat greater matter of Hunter’s dad, President “Joe Biden,” being a paid agent of the Chinese Communist Party (and several other entities not favorably disposed to the USA’s national interests). That is: hanging over all this is the question of treason, attending the question of bribery, both being gold-standard impeachable offenses, and one them a capital crime.

That is the place to which all this rigmarole is tending, and so the pretense that “Joe Biden” is actually running for reelection grows more preposterous by the day. But it is just one of a thousand other things that the DC blob — i.e., our government — lies about incessantly to the peril of the people suffering its governance. What’s actually happening is that “Joe Biden,” our Flying Dutchman president, is barely clinging to office long enough to pardon his son and accomplices in the influence-peddling racket he ran at the center of which was “Joe Biden’s” strangely fortuitous blobular selection as Democratic Party nominee and subsequent “victory” by blatant fraud in the 2020 election. Some people knew the fix was in.

The pathetic thing about the Biden family business is that for all that trouble and all those jet plane rides, and tedious dinners with men reeking of too much cologne, and all the cozying up to foreign poohbahs and kissing their hirsute asses, shlepping the family brand from one sad-sack national capital to the next: Ukraine, Turkmenistan, Romania, the Biden clan only grossed about $25-million, maximum, over many years — which is to say about equal to one year’s salary-and-bonus of a mid-level shlub at the commodities desk of a hedge fund. I mean, when you consider the billions accumulated by the likes of Larry Fink at BlackRock, or Bezos at Amazon, or the obscene fortunes of the wonder boys at Google and Facebook.

Side note: Senator John Kennedy, usually witty and agile, had a go at FBI Director Christopher Wray this week in a Judiciary Committee session. Mr. Kennedy asked Mr. Wray how come, in the fall of 2020, with the election on, and The New York Post’s scoop on the existence of a Hunter Biden laptop, and the subsequent psy-op by 51 former intel maestros saying the laptop story was Russian disinfo — Mr. Kennedy asked, “Why didn’t the FBI just come out and say, hey, the laptop’s real?” Mr. Wray gave a bullshit answer of course… “an ongoing investigation, blah, blah….”

I have a better question that Senator Kennedy might put to Christopher Wray about this matter. In fact, the FBI had the Hunter Biden laptop hard-drive in its possession as early as December 2019, just as the first Trump impeachment trial commenced. Had they bothered at that time to examine its contents, and if not, why not? And if they had looked around inside and seen the multitudinous emails concerning Hunter Biden’s business dealings with other countries, Ukraine especially, and in particular with Mykola Zlochevsky’s Burisma company, why did Mr. Wray not alert President Trump’s attorneys that he was in possession of possibly exculpatory evidence regarding the president’s supposedly nefarious phone call to newly elected Ukraine President Zelensky that kicked off the impeachment? Huh? Just wondering.
124   Patrick   2023 Dec 14, 2:03pm  


🔥 The New York Times ran a fawning story yesterday headlined, “Hunter Biden, Defying Deposition Subpoena, Again Offers Public Testimony.” After Hunter Biden raised the legal stakes yesterday by refusing to comply with a Congressional subpoena, the airwaves and Internet-waves were filled with corporate media shills squawking the phrase “no evidence” louder than a flock of hungry seagulls chasing a party-sized bag of spilled Doritos.

Instead of showing up for his subpoenaed deposition, Hunter held a press conference for swooning reporters right outside where he was supposed to be testifying, defiantly claiming to be a victim of harassment and “no evidence” prosecution, and denying he ever did anything wrong except get addicted and then valiantly put his life back together.

House Republicans said okay, fine, we’ll do it the hard way.

Yesterday, CNN also reported the news that the House of Representatives successfully voted to ‘formalize’ the impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden’s Bribery Case.

The progress toward impeachment reflected the successful work of the Oversight Committee in developing an increasingly-solid evidentiary case that Joe Biden is a hopelessly-sold out foreign agent. Meanwhile, Democrats and corporate media reporters kept squawking, “no evidence! no evidence! Awwwk!”
131   Patrick   2023 Dec 30, 12:59pm  


In January, the House of Representatives barely shifted Republican and the battle for Speaker began. Kevin McCarthy would be elected subject to a bunch of concessions like creating a bunch of investigatory committees. The House Oversight Committee immediately began looking into the Biden Bribery case and found thousand of documents like check stubs, wire transfer confirmation slips, emails from alias accounts, and even a hand-written confession from Joe Biden that the media carefully determined, weighing all the pro’s and con’s, represents no evidence whatsoever.

Okay I made up the part about the hand-written confession. But it wouldn’t have made any difference.
134   Patrick   2024 Jan 8, 10:35am  


138   Patrick   2024 Jan 17, 12:14pm  


Gallerist Admits Hunter Biden Knew Most of His ‘Art’ Buyers

Hunter Biden’s gallerist has admitted during testimony that Democrat President Joe Biden’s son knew most of the buyers of his “artwork,” despite claims of the contrary from the White House.

When it was first announced that Hunter was suddenly an “artist” and was planning to sell his “art” for large sums of cash, critics immediately accused the Bidens of running a pay-for-play scheme.

In July 2021, the White House responded to the allegations by insisting that a “system” had been “established” to ensure the identities of those who bought Hunter Biden’s “artwork” would remain anonymous for ethical reasons.

The White House assured the taxpaying public that even Hunter Biden wouldn’t know who was buying his “art.”

Due to the intervention from the White House, American taxpayers funded the facilitation of the first son’s “anonymous” art sales.

Hunter's "art" is just a way to launder bribes.

139   SunnyvaleCA   2024 Jan 17, 12:35pm  

Hey Patrick. I noticed a lot of pgn's not loading on this thread. The PNG for 130, for example, gives me a 404.

140   Patrick   2024 Jan 17, 8:35pm  

Thanks for telling me @SunnyvaleCA

I was messing with rate limiting after some AWS service was scraping the whole site, and not respecting robots.txt. Amazon won't tell me who it was.

Should be OK now, please let me know if not.
141   Patrick   2024 Feb 13, 12:08pm  


Hunter Whistleblower Testifies: Joe Biden ‘Enabled’ Family to Sell Access to the ‘Most Dangerous Adversaries’

Hunter Biden’s former business partner-turned-whistleblower is testifying against the president’s family before congressional lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

As Slay News previously reported, Bobulinski is testifying Tuesday behind closed doors before the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees.

Bobulinski worked with Hunter Biden to create SinoHawk Holdings – a joint venture with Chinese energy company CEFC.

He has previously revealed that he met with Joe Biden to discuss the family’s foreign business dealings in 2017.

Bobulinski has been preparing to testify against the Bidens and expose the family’s alleged foreign influence peddling and bribery scheme.

The corruption is hopelessly endemic. Garland, head of the DOJ, is actively working to prevent justice.
142   Patrick   2024 Feb 13, 12:27pm  

Multiple forms of treason:

- selling his office to foreigners
- defrauding the electorate

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