FBI Doc Reveals Burisma Allegedly Paid Bidens $5 Million

The Burisma executive allegedly paid the Bidens in such a way that investigators would be unable to “unravel this for at least 10 years.”

  • Sources familiar with the FD-1023 form allegedly detailing a bribe between then-Vice President Joe Biden and a Burisma executive told Fox News that Biden was supposedly paid $5 million from the energy firm.
  • The form is dated June 30, 2020.
  • An FD-1023 form is a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) document used to record information from confidential human sources.
  • According to the confidential source, the Burisma executive told the source to “get advice on the best way to go forward” on a matter pertaining to U.S. oil in 2015 and 2016.
  • Burisma allegedly had to “pay the Bidens” because of an investigation into Burisma by Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin.
  • When Biden was vice president, he urged Ukraine to fire prosecutor Shokin, threatening to withhold $1 billion of U.S. aid if the country did not comply.
  • The Burisma executive told the confidential source that he “paid” the Bidens “through so many different bank accounts” that investigators would be unable to “unravel this for at least 10 years,” adding that he “didn’t pay [Joe Biden] directly.”
  • Biden ignored the allegation that he was involved in a scheme during his time as vice president by asking a New York Post reporter, “Where’s the money? I’m joking. It’s a bunch of malarkey.”
  • Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) asserted that the FD-1023 document “implicates Joe Biden in a pay-to-play scheme bribery scheme to get a prosecutor fired that was investigating Burisma where Hunter Biden sat on the board.”
  • She confirmed that the confidential source is “extremely credible.”
  • Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IO) and Representative James Comer (R-KY) wrote a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray that “it would appear that the DOJ and the FBI have enough information to determine the truth and accuracy of the information contained within it,” yet, “it remains unclear what steps, if any, were taken to investigate the matter.”
  • In 2015, then-vice president Biden approved a statement that claimed he had “no involvement” with Hunter Biden’s connection with Burisma.
  • An email from Biden’s former communications director Kate Bedingfield to Hunter’s financial lieutenant Eric Schwerin read, “VP signed off on this — will give this quote to reporters in my name shortly.”
  • Previously released emails from 2014 suggest Hunter advised the Office of Vice President Biden on how to navigate media inquiries regarding his position on the board of Burisma.