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Hunter Biden Received $3.5M from Moscow, Made Payments to Human Trafficking Suspects

(Big League Politics) A new report from the United States Senate’s Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (HSGAC) and the Committee on Finance details a series of highly suspicious financial dealings of Hunter Biden, the younger son of Joe Biden.

The younger Biden has already become an albatross for his father’s campaign on account of his sketchy business dealings in Ukraine, in which he received millions from an oligarch-controlled oil company to serve on the board despite having no experience in the energy industry.

The Committee’s report also reveals that Biden’s Burisma employment was flagged as “very awkward” for American diplomatic officials seeking to encourage Ukraine to root out the post-Soviet era corruption pervasive in many sectors of the country’s economy.

At some point, in connections to his “duties” with Burisma, Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the wife of the former mayor of Moscow. It’s unclear why the payment was made.

Perhaps most shockingly, the committee details payments made by the younger Biden to nationals of Russia or other Eastern European countries, who were described as associates of an “Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring.

Biden had previously impregnated a stripper and sought to avoid paying child support in the American civil justice system.

He may have been cavorting with prostitutes while executing his Burisma “duties” in Eastern Europe, a massive personal security lapse that could’ve easily been used to blackmail the then-son of the sitting Vice President.

The younger Biden is also said to have engaged in business dealings with individuals connected to the Chinese military, a practice that would be legally and ethically questionable for any American- much less the Vice President’s son.

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