House Oversight Releases 14-Year Timeline of Biden Crime Family Influence Peddling

by J Pelkey
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On Tuesday, the House Oversight Committee released a 14-year timeline detailing the Biden Crime Family’s influence peddling scheme. The committee’s findings indicate that there may be more crimes involving Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and other members of the extended Biden family.

The committee posted a statement on social media, saying, “Today, we are releasing a timeline of the Biden family’s influence peddling schemes. President Biden has repeatedly denied knowing anything about his family’s business dealings despite evidence to the contrary. Our timeline contains important dates as to when Joe Biden knew and lied to the American people about his family’s business schemes.”

The timeline consistently demonstrates the substantial flow of foreign funds that the Biden family, mainly through Hunter Biden, received while Joe Biden served as Vice President. Despite mounting evidence, Biden has repeatedly denied any knowledge of and involvement in his son’s business transactions. James Comer (R-KY), the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, pointed out these issues in a tweet, writing, “The timeline contains important dates as to when Joe Biden knew and lied to the American people about his family’s business schemes.”

The timeline centers on the Biden family’s business dealings in foreign countries such as China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Romania, and begins notably on November 1, 2013, when Hunter Biden, along with Chinese investors, established an investment fund controlled by the Bank of China, which then funneled funds into Chinese state corporations.

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Just a month later, on December 4, 2013, Vice President Joe Biden was aboard Air Force 2, the official governmental aircraft, alongside his son and the Chinese CEO of the aforementioned investment fund. It appears that the meeting was a successful one as, according to the Committee, “Shortly thereafter, BHR’s [Bohai Harvest RST (Shanghai) Equity Investment Fund Management Company] business license was approved and Hunter Biden was a board member.”

On May 12, 2014, Hunter Biden assumed a position as a board member of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, raising suspicions of influence peddling. Subsequently, on March 20, 2015, a business dinner arranged by Hunter Biden provided the opportunity for Vice President Joe Biden to meet with Vadym Pozharsky, a high-level Burisma official. Then, on November 2 of the same year, Mr. Pozharsky expressed concern about the ongoing investigation into Burisma by Ukraine’s Prosecutor General, Viktor Shokin. He sought the assistance of American officials to exert pressure on Ukraine in order to halt the investigation.

On November 6th, Hunter Biden met with a senior US government official to discuss the Burisma investigation. Subsequently, on November 11th, the same official holds a meeting with Vice President Joe Biden. The day after that, the official contacted Hunter Biden by phone. Then, on November 13, 2015, Vice President Joe Biden announced his upcoming trip to Ukraine in December. The next day, Mr. Pozharsky receives an email from Hunter confirming the Vice President’s travel plans.

On December 5th, Biden demanded the dismissal of Mr. Shokin, and used the threat that the non-compliance could result in the denial of $1 billion in International Monetary Fund (IMF) loans. Within two days, Joe Biden secures a commitment from President Poroshenko of Ukraine that Prosecutor General Shokin will indeed be fired.

These are a couple instances that raise suspicions regarding the activities of the Biden family. Additional cases have been documented in the timeline.

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