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BREAKING: Hunter Biden’s Business Partner Said WHAT?! New Testimony Could Be BIG TROUBLE For Joe



In recent testimony before the House Oversight Committee, Hunter Biden’s close friend and business partner, Devon Archer, shed light on some concerning revelations regarding then-Vice President Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s foreign business dealings. Archer’s statements directly contradicted claims made by Joe Biden during the 2020 campaign, raising eyebrows among conservatives.

According to Archer’s testimony, Joe Biden was part of over 20 phone calls with foreign officials, despite his previous denials of any communication with Hunter about his business ventures abroad. House Oversight Chairman James Comer concluded that this testimony confirmed Joe Biden’s deception of the American people.

The bombshell revelation came when Archer disclosed that in 2014, while serving as Vice President, Joe attended a dinner in Washington D.C. alongside Hunter’s foreign associates, including Yelena Baturina, a Russian billionaire and former wife of Moscow’s ex-mayor. The same woman had reportedly provided Hunter with a substantial sum of $3.5 million earlier that year.

What’s particularly noteworthy is that when Biden imposed sanctions on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine, he chose to exclude Ms. Baturina from the list. This raises questions about potential favoritism and raises concerns among conservatives about the ethical implications of such actions.

Archer further testified that in December 2015, Mykola Zlochevsky, the co-founder of Burisma, the energy company paying Hunter $83,000 per month, exerted pressure on Hunter to seek his father’s help regarding a Ukrainian prosecutor named Viktor Shokin, who was investigating the company for corruption.

The situation escalated when Joe Biden, as Vice President, threatened to withhold a billion-dollar U.S. loan unless Shokin was fired. This series of events has drawn comparisons to the Democrats’ impeachment of Donald Trump, who was accused of asking Ukraine about the circumstances surrounding Shokin’s dismissal.

In the aftermath of Archer’s closed-door testimony, Democrat Rep. Dan Goldman attempted to downplay the significance of the information, suggesting that Hunter was merely offering “the illusion of access” to Joe Biden. Such an assertion, however, fails to alleviate conservative concerns about the implications of the Biden family’s ties to foreign entities.

As conservatives, we firmly believe in upholding transparency and accountability among our public officials. Archer’s testimony has raised serious questions about the Biden family’s business dealings and their potential impact on Joe Biden’s decision-making during his time in office.

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