'Hunter will take care of all those issues through his dad': Burisma head bragged about Joe Biden's planned scheme to get Ukrainian prosecutor fired: FBI docs

Zlochevsky told him that "it cost 5 (million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another Biden."


On Thursday, Senator Chuck Grassley released an FBI informant file where a confidential human source (CHS) allegedly explains a $10 million bribe that was paid to President Joe Biden and his son Hunter by Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of Ukraine natural gas company Burisma Holdings.

According to the June 2020 file, the CHS alleges that Zlochevsky told him that "it cost 5 (million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another Biden." He also alleges that Zlochevsky told him that Hunter "through his dad" would take care of issues surrounding Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin's investigation into the organization. 

At the time Burisma was looking to purchase a US-based entity to operate and an investigation would make it difficult to find investors. Around the same time, Joe Biden made a public statement alleging that Shokin was corrupt and should be fired. 

Zlochevsky told the CHS that he had to keep Hunter Biden on the board "so everything will be ok," even though he thought Hunter Biden "was stupid and his (Zlochecksy's) dog was smarter." The CHS also said that when asked if Hunter or Joe Biden told him Zlochevsky that he should keep Hunter on, he replied "They both did." 

The CHS's opinion to Zlochevsky was that he should fire Hunter Biden and deal with the investigation so that the issue didn't become an international affair. Zlochevsky assured him that "it was too late to change his decision" and to not worry, "this thing will all go away anyway." 

In a later conversation, Zlochevsky that he has "many text messages" and recordings that would show that he was "somehow coerced into paying the Bidens to ensure Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin was fired." CHS specified that he claimed to have 17 recordings with the Bidens, where Joe was in two and the other 15 were just Hunter. 

The file notes that “CHS mentioned Zlochevsky might have difficulty explaining suspicious wire transfers that may evidence any (Illicit) payments to the Bidens.” Zlovchesky responded to CHS that "he did not send any funds directly to the ‘Big Guy’ (which CHS understood was a reference to Joe Biden)." Zlochevsky told him that it would take them 10 years to find the records. 

The New York Post notes that the "big guy" reference was allegedly how President Biden was referred to in a deal with CEFC China Energy when discussing his 10 percent cut, however, the Burisma file was created before that information was public. 

The release of the documentation confirms a statement by House Oversight Committee member Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) earlier this month about the $10 million bribe. Hunter Biden was paid $83,000 a month to sit on the Burisma board according to reports. 

Joe Biden is accused of threatening to pull a $1 billion US loan guarantee when he was the vice president to get Shokin fired. Shokin was eventually fired, and the US issued the money. 

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