Biden Paid $900K

PUBLISHED: 1:20 PM 11 Oct 2019
UPDATED: 5:33 PM 11 Oct 2019

Biden Got $900,000 In Lobbying Fees From Ukraine Gas Company?

So, in addition to getting the prosecutor of an investigation fired, the Former VP also collected nearly a million dollars from the company where his son was given a place on the board.

It looks like Biden may end up getting caught after all. (Source: Fox News "Hannity" Screenshot)

It seems incredibly ridiculous that the left-wing media would be focusing on two Florida men with campaign finance charges (which originated from a complaint by a Soros-owned group), while other actual crimes are allowed to go unnoticed.

Namely, Rudy Giuliani outlined on “Hannity” Wednesday evening that Joe Biden was paid $900,000 in lobbying fees from the same company who was being investigated in the Ukraine, and for which the VP bragged about getting the prosecutor fired.

The New York Post reported:

Rudy Giuliani has alleged that a Ukrainian natural-gas company that employed Joe Biden’s son Hunter also paid the former vice president $900,000 in lobbying fees.

Appearing on Fox News’ “Hannity” Wednesday, President Trump’s personal lawyer cited as evidence claims made by Andriy Derkach, a member of Ukraine’s parliament.

Biden, his son and his brother had a 30-year-long scam to make money, millions, selling his public office,” Giuliani told host Sean Hannity.

Derkach held a press conference earlier Wednesday in Kyiv where he claimed to have documents showing how Burisma Holdings paid Joe Biden the lobbying fees.

Hunter Biden worked for Burisma while his father served as vice president and acted as the point man on US effort to stamp out corruption in Ukraine. Hunter was paid $50,000 a month.

“Funds in the amount of $900,000 were transferred to the US-based company Rosemont Seneca Partners,” Derkach told reporters, referring to the investment company the younger Biden founded with Chris Heinz, the stepson of former Secretary of State John Kerry.

“The payment reference was payment for consultative services,” Derkach said, according to Interfax, a Russian news agency.

He went on to claim Burisma — according to documents — paid $16.5 million to former Polish President Aleksander Kwasnieski, who was chair of Burisma’s board, Hunter Biden and Devon Archer.

Archer, a partner in Rosemont Seneca, joined the Burisma board months before Hunter Biden did in 2014.

Their joining Burisma led to a falling out with Heinz, who eventually ended his business relationship with them.

Derkach claimed Joe Biden pressured Ukraine in December 2015 to force the resignation of Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin and dangled $1 billion in loan guarantees as an incentive.

Prosecutors have found no evidence that either Biden did anything wrong, and Giuliani did not respond to requests for comment about details of the alleged documents.

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign did not respond to a request for comment.

Trump and his allies, including Giuliani and Republican members of Congress, have alleged that Joe Biden sought to have Shokin fired because Shokin was investigating Burisma.

Asked about the documents on “Fox & Friends” Thursday, Trump campaign spokeswoman Kayliegh McEnany said she hadn’t seen them.

“We don’t know that it’s true yet. We know of the allegation,” she said.

Trump in a July 25 phone call asked Zelensky to launch an investigation into the Bidens.

Watch the interview below: