Trump Impeachment Fiasco Again Shines Light on Biden's Ukrainian Ties...and It Wasn't Good

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Posted: Nov 13, 2019 12:00 PM
Trump Impeachment Fiasco Again Shines Light on Biden's Ukrainian Ties...and It Wasn't Good

Source: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

Well, there it is under oath from Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs George Kent. He had served as Senior Anti-Corruption Coordinator in the State Department’s European Bureau in 2014 under the Obama administration and was the Deputy Chief of Mission in Kyiv between 2015-2018. He’s also testifying as we speak in front of the House Intelligence Committee as part of the Democrats’ ongoing effort to remove President Trump from office.

This Trump-Ukraine impeachment circus is even more pathetic than the Russian collusion myth that was peddled. It all stems from a so-called whistleblower complaint that alleged the Trump White House threatened the Ukrainian political leadership by withholding military aid unless a corruption probe was opened into Hunter Biden’s cozy Burisma board position. Hunter, the son of Joe Biden, has zero experience in the energy sector but was making $50,000 a month. The allegation is that he was selling access. Hunter was set up at Burisma when his father was serving as vice president and leading anti-corruption efforts in Ukraine. If you think this was a conflict of interest, you’d be correct. In fact, Joe Biden actually did threaten to withhold aid in order to remove a Ukrainian prosecutor that he didn’t like. Kent made it known today that he made his concerns known about Hunter’s sweetheart employment arrangement.

UPDATE: Kent said Burisma probe should be re-opened.