Hunter Biden attempted to get a visa for Ukrainian oligarch, and Burisma founder Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky. This was after he had his visa canceled by the United States, Zlochevsky is the man who allegedly bribed Joe Biden with five million dollars in order to get the top Ukrainian prosecutor fired. That attempt by Hunter was made shortly after he was appointed to the Burisma board. The Bidens do work hard for foreign money.
This was actually a criminal offense committed by Hunter since he did not register as an agent for a foreign country. So, what do you call it when Joe Biden accepts five million dollars doing Zlochevsky’s bidding? Business as usual.
Zlochevsky was trying to get into the United States as he was being investigated by Ukraine for corruption. Biden and some of his associates were potentially “engaging in registrable lobbying activity,” with one email indicating that the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) violations could have been occurring outside of the exchanges.
From 2014-16, Hunter Biden worked with former Burisma board member Devon Archer, Rosemont Seneca adviser Eric Schwerin, former Boies Schiller & Flexner LLP Partner Heather King and other business associates to assist Mykola Zlochevsky with his visa reapplication process after the State Department revoked his visa in 2014.
Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene has revealed that Zlochevsky is the foreign entity that allegedly bribed Joe Biden when he was vice president of the United States. Greene, alongside other House Oversight Committee members, were able to look at the FD-1023 form that shows that Joe accepted a bribe. The form was heavily redacted and other FD-1023 forms have been withheld from Congress altogether.
“If you’re anyone who is familiar with the whole Burisma story and the information on the laptop, it’s easy to make the connection of who it is. It’s like a no-brainer … No one has refuted that it’s not him,” she added.
Hunter Biden And His Associates Try To Get Zlochevsky To The U.S.
Hunter Biden and his partners communicated with Zlochevsky’s conduit, Burisma board member Vadim Pozharskyi, about Zlochevsky’s U.S. visa application beginning in May 2014, the emails demonstrate.
Pozharskyi emailed Archer on May 7, 2014, asking about “Nikolay’s visa issue” as a follow-up to “previous communications” between them. Pozharskyi frequently used the “Nikolay” moniker to refer to Mykola Zlochevsky in correspondence with Hunter Biden and his associates.
Pozharskyi emailed Hunter Biden and his associates biographical information about “Nikolay” in June 2014 describing his status as Burisma’s major shareholder. In October 2014, he sent Archer a bio of Zlochevsky with information about his time as Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine, and Archer forwarded the document to Hunter Biden, emails show.
King emailed Pozharskyi in May 2014 about her communications with the U.S. State Department and the Ukrainian Embassy regarding Zlochevsky’s visa status.
When Pozharskyi responded, he referred to Zlochevsky as “Nikolay” and said Zlochevsky is “totally in line” with what King recommended. Pozharskyi said in the same email that he engaged in “joint conversations” with Hunter Biden about King’s suggestions with Zlochevsky.
King’s work with Hunter Biden and Archer on Zlochevsky’s visa situation began a week after Pozharskyi’s initial email to Archer in May 2014. King recommended to Archer and Hunter Biden a PR firm, an investigative research firm and a lobbyist to work on the visa because “me going on my own means I’d have to register” as a lobbyist, she said in a May 14, 2014 email.