Hunter Biden Was Copied On Ukraine Diplomatic Email

President Joe Biden’s son Hunter was allegedly carbon copied on an email regarding an official call with then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. The reported correspondence occurred while serving on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma and during the tenure of his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden.

The May 2016 email from then-Vice President Biden’s assistant John Flynn copied the younger Biden regarding a scheduled call between the vice president and Poroshenko.

The following day, Biden requested that Poroshenko make changes at the office of the country’s prosecutor general. This is linked to a significant chain of events related to former prosecutor Victor Shokin. Shokin was investigating Burisma at the time. 

Biden said that the United States would withhold $1 billion in aid if Shokin was not fired. Shokin was fired after Biden’s comments.

The future president would brag about his efforts to get the prosecutor fired.

The president’s son served on the board of Burisma despite no relevant experience regarding energy production or policy. He was paid about $1 million per year for this service.

Furthermore, both Bidens are the focus of a House Oversight Committee probe into a possible bribe by a Burisma official. 

An FBI informant reported to the agency that the executive reportedly spoke of giving $5 million bribes to both Hunter and Joe Biden.

In addition, Hunter and other Biden family relatives reportedly received millions from foreign sources during Joe Biden’s time as vice president. 

House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep.  James Comer (R-KY) believes that the total sum of payments could exceed $40 million.

“This was organized crime. There’s no other way to define it,” Comer said.

Comer alleged that the Biden family received funds through a number of shell companies and “30 to 40 different banks.” 

He called it “an organized attempt by the Biden family to hide the source of money going into these shell companies and to distract from the IRS so they wouldn’t have to pay taxes on it.”