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Thursday, June 15, 2023

House GOP Investigating after $10M Magically Appeared In Biden’s 2017 Tax Return

House GOP Investigating after $10M Magically Appeared In Biden’s 2017 Tax Return.

House Republicans are demanding increased transparency from President Joe Biden on his personal tax returns after an investigation found one of his corporate entities reported nearly $10 million in revenue without detailing the sources. The president’s critics believe the sudden influx of money may be related to allegations of bribery against the president.

On Thursday, the FBI begrudgingly delivered to Congress a document that, Republicans say, reveals the testimony of a 'trusted' and 'highly credible' informant, who alleges that President Joe Biden is tied to a 'criminal bribery scheme' involving the Ukrainian gas company Burisma.

You remember Burisma.

It's the corporation that handed Joe's derelict son Hunter giant bags of cash to sit on their board even though he had zero experience in the industry nor any discernible value as an employee apart from his last name.

Hmmm… why would they do that?

Thanks to Republicans, we have a potential answer.

Two Congresswomen, who have seen this closely guarded FBI form, say that it reveals allegations that Ukrainian oligarch, Mykola Zlochevsky, who owns Burisma, paid Hunter and another unidentified member of the Biden family $5 million apiece for their help quashing a corruption probe of his company.

CelticCapri Corp, an S-corporation for the president, was not listed on the president’s personal tax returns or campaign website, raising eyebrows as to why the 46th president would conceal such a large income source from the public. While it is common to not list corporate revenue on a personal income statement, politicians running for national office typically disclose all sources of income in an attempt to appear as transparent as possible.

According to Breitbart, the conservative Federalist Society took issue with a 2020 article by USA Today which attempted to hold water for the president by claiming he earned “$15.6 million … from speaking fees and book deals” between 2017 and 2019 and that “more than $10 million of that total income was profits from Biden’s memoir ‘Promise Me, Dad’ and $3 million in profits from Jill Biden’s book.”

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