On June 8, 2023, former President Trump was notified that he will be indicted on seven charges. They include making false statements, violating the Espionage Act, and conspiracy to obstruct.
It just so happened that former President Trump was indicted when the it was widely reported the Biden Burisma bribery scheme is real.
Recent reports have surfaced claiming the Biden Family may have been involved in a bribe paid by an executive of the Ukrainian natural gas firm Burisma Holdings to then-Vice President Joe Biden. According to a confidential source who spoke to the FBI during a June 2020 interview, the executive paid Biden $5 million in order to gain U.S. oil rights and to be involved with a U.S. oil company.
.@Cernovich it’s called the “narrative assassination.” Physical assassination is too messy these days (not out of the question—just too messy). Killing someone by creating a completely false narrative is cleaner, easier and has a lasting effect on others contemplating getting in… https://t.co/YuHHR5J0UF
— General Mike Flynn (@GenFlynn) June 9, 2023
The confidential source, who has been used by the FBI as a regular and reliable source of information since 2010 and has been paid approximately $200,000 by the bureau, has allegedly detailed multiple meetings and conversations with a Burisma executive over the course of a few years. The executive reportedly referred to Hunter Biden, who had been on the board, as “dumb” and that Burisma had to “pay the Bidens” because Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin was investigating Burisma.
Trump attorney Jim Trusty joins for his first interview since Trump was indicted. There is:
— An Espionage Act charge
— Several obstruction-based charges
— False statement charges
— Is there a conspiracy charge in here? “I believe so, I don’t have it in front of me right now.” pic.twitter.com/8zOCynIygB
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) June 9, 2023
Vice President Biden does admit to successfully pressuring Ukraine to remove Shokin from his role in the investigation, but he and his allies claim that his actions were the policy decision of the U.S. and international communities and not a result of Hunter’s relationship with Burisma. This is further complicated by President Donald Trump’s request to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to have Shokin ousted and investigations into the Biden family’s actions launched during the 2020 presidential election, leading many to believe these actions were taken in order to secure millions in U.S. military aid.
BREAKING: Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene says next week, House Oversight Chairman James Comer will get to review two more FD-1023 forms referenced by the document the Committee reviewed today and that tomorrow, more bank records will be subpoenaed. pic.twitter.com/zGupnv3r5B
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) June 9, 2023
At this time, there is no clear evidence to prove the $5 million payment took place and, as a result, implicate Vice President Joe Biden or his son Hunter. The Biden Campaign has also staunchly denied any involvement in the alleged bribe, calling it a “malarky.”
Of course, at this point, I don’t think anybody (even Democrats) believes a word that comes out of his mouth.
Should these allegations be true, Trump is being used for more than just political persecution. He is being used to cover up some very troubling DC corruption.