There are times when you come across a post that can truly be a “game changer,” and that’s precisely what famed biographer Peter Schweizer has just created — a game changer. He’s discussing Biden’s bribery charges that will likely lead to his ultimate impeachment – and the bribery charges are very serious.
The left dismisses all of this, calling it some kind of revenge “witch-hunt” by the right. What’s funny is how suddenly ‘”whistleblowers” are no longer revered as “sacred heroes.” Strange how that changed so quickly. Meanwhile, the propaganda media is busy trying to pin all of this on Joe’s crackhead son Hunter, the lowly “bag man” of the family. However, Peter just dropped a legal bombshell on the entire case. Despite the left’s efforts to protect Joe by portraying Hunter as the sole wrongdoer, who clumsily “tried” but failed to sell the “appearance” of influence with his father, Peter argues that it doesn’t matter. Because when you actually examine what the law says about bribery, Joe Biden’s goose is already cooked.
Read what the law says about bribery (18 USC 201). Joe Biden may or may not have been paid. But if his family got paid for official acts, that’s still bribery: “(1)directly or indirectly, corruptly gives, offers or promises anything of value to any public official or person who has been selected to be a public official, or offers or promises any public official or any person who has been selected to be a public official to give anything of value to any other person or entity, with intent—
Read what the law says about bribery (18 USC 201). Joe Biden may or may not have been paid. But if his family got paid for official acts, that's still bribery: "(1)directly or indirectly, corruptly gives, offers or promises anything of value to any public official or person who…
— Peter Schweizer (@peterschweizer) September 18, 2023
And here are the facts from a July New York Post article.
A bombshell FBI informant file describing a $10 million bribery allegation against President Biden and his son Hunter was released Thursday by Sen. Chuck Grassley, showing that a Ukrainian oligarch claimed that he was “coerced” into making the payoff.
Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of natural gas company Burisma Holdings, told the FBI informant in 2016 while meeting at a coffee shop in Vienna, Austria, that “it cost 5 [million] to pay one Biden, and 5 [million] to another Biden,” according to the redacted FD-1023 form.
“Zlochevsky made some comment that although Hunter Biden ‘was stupid, and his (Zlochevsky’s) dog was smarter,’ Zlochevsky needed to keep Hunter Biden (on Burisma’s board) ‘so everything will be okay,’” the June 2020 document says.
The source asked whether Hunter Biden or Joe Biden told Zlochevsky he should “retain” the younger Biden; Zlochevsky allegedly replied, “They both did.”
The federal informant — a Ukrainian-American who has been a trusted, highly credible FBI source for over a decade and been paid “six figures,” according to Grassley — described four conversations with Zlochevsky, beginning with a meeting near Kyiv in late 2015 or early 2016 and continuing through a 2019 phone call.
The informant said each of his conversations with Zlochevsky occurred in the presence of a man named Alexander Ostapenko — giving the FBI a possible supporting witness.
The question is, does the law still matter in the United States? Some would argue that it does not.
Many folks in the comments section argue that Joe Biden should be charged with treason, pointing to the evidence found in Hunter’s emails where he mentioned having to cover his father’s bills and the percentage of income that had to be paid to the “Big Guy.” Also, there are mentions of burner phones, offshore accounts, and multiple red flags regarding money received. All of this, according to many critics, appears to have been concealed by the corrupt DOJ.