Republicans are continuing to fulfill their constitutional oversight duties and are following the evidence where it leads them regarding allegations of corruption against President Joe Biden and his family.
And now, according to a report by the Washington Examiner, the real identity of the “big guy” referenced in previous information discovered on Hunter Biden’s laptop has been revealed.
Turns out it is Joe Biden, after all.
A confidential FBI record indicates that Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of Burisma, referred to Joe Biden as the “big guy.”
Sources familiar with the FBI record have indicated that Zlochevsky, as per the Washington Examiner’s report, discussed an alleged bribe amounting to $5 million intended for Joe Biden, along with an additional $5 million meant for Hunter Biden, the Washington Examiner reported.
Notably, the conversation took place years prior to the date mentioned in the FBI form.
According to the sources, Zlochevsky was of the belief that exposing the alleged bribery scheme would be a formidable task due to its complexity, involving multiple bank accounts, adding that the process of unraveling the scheme could potentially span up to 10 years.
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It is worth noting that Zlochevsky’s reference to Joe Biden as the “big guy” in this context is unrelated to the mention of the same term by a business associate of Hunter Biden during negotiations with Chinese individuals with links to intelligence agencies. This reference surfaced in a previously undisclosed May 2017 email that became public in October 2020.
In 2022, the FD-1023 document pertaining to Ukraine was brought to public attention when whistleblowers disclosed its existence to Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA). In October, Senator Grassley called upon the Justice Department and FBI to furnish all pertinent records, specifically mentioning references to Mykola Zlochevsky, Hunter Biden, James Biden, and Joe Biden.
House Republicans have asserted that the purported bribery scheme is linked to Joe Biden’s actions as vice president, during which he allegedly exerted pressure on the Ukrainian government to remove Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin. Republicans argue that the FBI form implies that the bribes were intended to impede a corruption investigation.
Rep. Nancy Mace (R-N.C.) referenced Zlochevsky’s claim that it could take years to unravel the scheme in an interview with Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures.”
“We next need to subpoena more bank records,” Mace said when asked what the House Oversight Committee would do about the investigation into Biden and his family. “I want to go back to Treasury … I want to re-review the suspicious activity reports, and start to connect those dots because what we do know, the layering, the scheme of shell companies — and it said this in the 1023 document we reviewed on Thursday — they made it complicated. They bragged how it would take the U.S. government ten years to follow the money.”