Report: Hunter Biden Received Millions From Putin Ally, Likely Facing Charges

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In yet another example of corruption related to the crown prince of the Biden family, Hunter Biden‘s real estate company received a $100 million cash infusion from the billionaire widow of a major Putin ally, allowing her to buy property all over the United States. 

“A real estate company with ties to first son Hunter Biden received more than $100 million from a Russian billionaire for property investments across the US that date back a decade,” sources told The New York Post.

“The hefty cash injections into Rosemont Realty,” the newspaper wrote, “came from Elena Baturina — one of Russia’s wealthiest women, the widow of the former mayor of Moscow, and a close ally of Moscow tyrant Vladimir Putin, the sources said.”

The Daily Mail, which first broke the story, wrote, “The relationship between the president’s son and Yelena Baturina, the billionaire widow of a corrupt Moscow mayor, has already been flagged as alarming by a Senate report after she mysteriously wired $3.5million to a company linked to Hunter.

Baturina’s brother Viktor Baturin told the money was ‘a payment to enter the American market.’

Documents outlining the plan said the money came from a mix of investors, including $40million from Inteco Management AG, a Swiss company owned by Baturina.

The Inteco group is a plastics and construction behemoth that made Baturina the richest woman in Russia at the time. She has a current net worth of $1.4billion, according to Forbes.”

Breitbart explains more details of the scheme. “Hunter’s overall acquisition plan included acquiring seven office buildings throughout Texas, Colorado, Alabama, New Mexico, and Oklahoma with $52 million in cash and $160 million in leverage, the Daily Mail reported. Hunter’s real estate fund, Rosemont Realty, had apparently raised a total of $69.7 million to invest into 2.15 million square feet of office space.

Hunter’s firm put $15 million of its own money inside the fund. It is unknown where Hunter’s business firm attained such a large sum to invest within the complex investment scheme.

“Rosemont Realty has entered into property acquisition contracts for $212,580,000,” Hunter’s prospectus read, according to screenshots given to the Kazakhstani Initiative on Asset Recovery via Baturina’s brother Kenes Rakishev, who is a connected Kazakh businessman and partner of Hunter’s.

The details about Hunter’s shady business dealings with Russian oligarchs came to light right before the Washington Examiner broke the news that the president’s son is likely going to be charged with crimes from his intermingling with foreign contacts from Ukraine and China. 

The newspaper stated, “The FBI is in possession of ‘voluminous evidence’ of ‘potential criminal conduct’ by President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden related to his overseas business dealings with China and Ukraine, according to new whistleblower disclosures.

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), who previously released whistleblower claims alleging that evidence on Hunter Biden’s criminality was wrongly labeled “disinformation” within the bureau, made the revelations in a Thursday letter obtained by the Washington Examiner. It was sent to Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss — who is running the criminal investigation into Hunter Biden.

The whistleblower allegations relate to Hunter, as well as James Biden, the president’s brother, regarding the duo’s dealings with the Chinese government-linked energy conglomerate CEFC China Energy. They also relate to the younger Biden’s work for Ukrainian gas giant Burisma Holdings. Grassley said his staff “reviewed the unclassified records” supporting the whistleblower claims.

“Based on recent protected disclosures to my office, the FBI has within its possession significant, impactful, and voluminous evidence with respect to potential criminal conduct by Hunter Biden and James Biden,” Grassley said in the letter.

The Iowa senator also wrote, “The information provided by Mr. Bobulinski formed a sufficient basis to open a full field investigation on pay-to-play grounds; however, it is unclear whether the FBI did so and whether the information is part of the ongoing criminal investigation by U.S. Attorney Weiss.” 

Earlier in the year, it was revealed the FBI had been trying to ignore the evidence of wrongdoing by the Bidens that their former business partner Tony Bobulinski had provided. The agent in charge of handling that investigation, an anti-Trump FBI officer, resigned earlier in the year and is now facing an internal investigation after being accused of purposely not trying to follow up on leads provided to him. 

Along with the current allegations, Hunter Biden will likely face tax fraud charges. 

The last hope for the Bidens may come in the form of Democrats maintaining the House and Senate after the upcoming midterm elections. The Democrats plan to continue investigating Donald Trump, those connected to the riot at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, and Clarence Thomas, while Republicans have promised to look into Anthony Fauci, Hunter Biden, and the FBI prosecutions of pro-life activists.

The midterm elections will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.

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