The Republican National Committee released an ad Monday that points out the clear conflict of interest and alleged bribery scandal centered on Hunter Biden’s employment by a corrupt Ukrainian gas company, Burisma Holdings.
What Did the Bidens do in Ukraine?
Hunter was being paid $50,000 per month to sit on the Burisma board, despite having no experience in the gas and oil sector. He also had no experience working in Ukraine or sitting on the board of directors of such a large company.
A Ukrainian prosecutor began investigating Burisma for corruption and reports said that Hunter was part of the probe. Soon afterward, then-Vice President Joe Biden flew to Ukraine and told their president that he would only release $1 Billion to Ukraine if the prosecutor investigating Burisma was fired.
The prosecutor was fired that same day and the replacement prosecutor immediately closed the investigation into Burisma and declared that there was no wrongdoing.
Why Are Democrats Going After Trump, but Not Biden?
As part of his duties under the “take care” clause of the Constitution, President Trump recommended that the current president of Ukraine look into the situation with the Biden’s and Burisma. Democrats are holding impeachment inquiries over this request, but no probe into Biden’s bribe has been initiated.
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