More scandalous revelations about first son Hunter Biden’s murky foreign business dealings are expected to emerge.
The National Archives agency is about to make public some 300 email messages of the Obama administration mentioning the word “Burisma,” the pro-Russian Ukrainian energy company that paid Joe Biden’s son lavish money in 2014.
Lavishly Paid Off by Putin’s Ukraine Protégés
Shocking revelations about Hunter Biden have come out from several sources.
This includes his lost “laptop from hell,” documents collected by the FBI (and leaked by some Republican senators), and testimonies by some of his former business partners, such as former US Navy serviceman Tony Bobulinski.
While these revelations have exposed Hunter’s luxury lifestyle and addictions to sex, drugs, and alcohol, far more mind-blowing are their indications of illegal foreign business activity with America’s enemies such as Communist China and Russia.
Among other things, in 2014, Hunter Biden was employed by Burisma, a pro-Russian Ukrainian energy company owned by a pro-Russian Ukrainian oligarch, Mykola Zlochevsky.
Zlochevsky was close with former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, a lackey of Russia’s bloodthirsty dictator Vladimir Putin. He would have ruled Ukraine on Putin’s behalf, had Moscow’s current invasion succeeded in conquering the country in February 2022.
Zlochevsky, who paid Hunter Biden at least $50,000 per month to be on the Burisma board, is presenting hiding in exile. He is wanted by the Ukrainian police for large-scale embezzlement of state money.
Hunter Biden’s Burisma stint, not unlike so many others of his highly suspicious foreign business and financial dealings, refers to the eight years during which his father, Joe “Multiple Scandals” Biden, was vice president under Barack Obama.
Besides taking money from Burisma, Hunter Biden has also been paid by other entities close to Putin’s crony regime, such as the billionaire wife of late Russian oligarch and long-time Moscow mayor Yury Luzhkov.
America First Legal FOIA’d the Hunter Biden docs everyone is talking about.
Will Biden break the law and try to hide them?
— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) December 16, 2022
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) intends to release hundreds of emails referencing Hunter Biden and his foreign business deals unless stopped by the White House – From Daily Wire 12/16/22
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Lots to Remain Hidden
The NARA (National Archives and Records Administration) is expected to release 282 email messages and 69 images of the Obama administration containing the word “Burisma,” Red State reported.
NARA told the White House on November 30 that it cleared the messages and images in question for public release under multiple requests under the Freedom of Information Act.
For the time being, Sleepy Joe’s White House has not commented publicly on the issue.
It remains unclear whether Biden may decide to use executive privilege to block the emails, which may end up revealing Obama-era dirt on his son, potentially even on him.
Besides the materials the National Archives already cleared for release, it said it is withholding 22 email messages because they allegedly are “exempt” FOIA requests.
It also said 75 messages would be partially redacted if Joe Biden allowed their release. Documents exempt from FOIA requests are typically draft documents from the “deliberative or policy-making process.”
Even with the restrictions, the NARA release could expose how the Obama team tackled Hunter Biden’s activities at the pro-Russian Ukrainian company.
Joe Biden had 60 days to block the release, but if he did, that would mean he had much to hide concerning his son’s business dealings.
Gregg Jarrett says Biden has no legal basis to block release of Hunter-Burisma emails: 'Would be an abuse' https://t.co/EQl3NyxEaq
— Fox News (@FoxNews) December 17, 2022
This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.
Almost 300 Obama Admin Emails on Hunter Biden Relationship With Burisma Set to Be Released
— RedState (@RedState) December 17, 2022