A report shows Hunter Biden had worked for the same legal firm employing the federal judge presiding over the lawsuit against former President Donald Trump for allegedly attempting to overturn the presidential election of 2020.
Tanya Chutkan, now a federal judge, spent 12 years as an attorney at Boies Schiller Flexner LLP (BSF), where she focused on white-collar and antitrust defense.
The House Committee on Oversight and Accountability is looking into Biden’s shady international business operations in 2014, during which time he was employed by BSF. According to the Daily Caller, he joined the Ukrainian energy firm Burisma board that year.
Only Judge Chutkan has given those charged on January 6 more significant jail terms than the prosecution had requested in federal court in Washington, DC.
A report shows whistleblower Devon Archer told a House hearing late last week that Hunter Biden requested vice president Joe Biden, Hunter’s father, sit in on more than 20 phone calls to promote the ‘Biden brand’ during business meetings.
Archer said then-Vice President Joe Biden was on speakerphone during a Paris dinner with representatives from a French energy company while Hunter was in China with Jonathan Li of BHR Partners, a CCP-backed investment company co-founded by Hunter in 2013. Hunter had already introduced his father to Li during an official trip to Beijing.
According to one summary of Archer’s testimony given by committee Republicans, Burisma could have failed if ‘the brand’ hadn’t been tied to it.
According to Archer’s evidence, Hunter planted the roots of the brand by recommending his influential father to potential investors and business partners over the phone or in person.
Zlochevsky and Pozharski ‘called D.C.’ to address the situation with Hunter Biden. Vice President Biden, Senator Zlochevsky, and Senator Pozharski left the room to confer. The Oversight Committee stated that this “raises concerns” that Hunter Biden had broken the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).
After then-Vice President Biden vowed not to release $1 billion in U.S. aid to Ukraine, Shokin was fired a few months later.