Burisma Founder Alleges Bidens 'Coerced' $10 Million in Bribes, According to FBI Source

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The Biden syndicate allegedly has engaged in bribery, influence peddling, and using public office for personal gain. But, a new report by Margot Cleveland at The Federalist concerning the whistleblower FD-1023 form alleging a foreign national paid the Bidens $10 million casts a different perspective on the situation. Individuals close to the handling of the confidential human sources (CHS) report revealed that the arrangement was one of coercion, not bribery, as previously conveyed to the American public. The FBI’s actions regarding these explosive claims remain undisclosed, with sources indicating that the bureau is uncooperative.


According to Senator Chuck Grassley, Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky, whom intelligence sources revealed to RedState to be an SVR asset in an exclusive report, possesses 17 audio recordings that implicate the Bidens in a pay-to-play scandal. These recordings, which were reportedly kept as an “insurance policy,” include 15 phone conversations between Zlochevsky and Hunter Biden, while the remaining two feature conversations between Zlochevsky and then-Vice President Joe Biden, as documented in the whistleblower report.

Hunter Biden served on the board of Burisma, while then-Vice President Biden was entrusted by President Barack Obama as the administration’s “point person” for Ukraine and had had a special interest in the region since his first term in the US Senate in the 1970s.

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The FD-1023 report, dated June 30, 2020, summarizes earlier meetings between the CHS and Zlochevsky. During the 2015-2016 period the CHS, who advised Zlochevsky, warned him to stay away from the Bidens. According to The Federalist:


Zlochevsky allegedly told the CHS he was dismayed by Trump’s victory, fearing an investigation would reveal his payments to the Biden family, which included a $5 million payment to Hunter Biden and a $5 million payment to Joe Biden. According to the CHS, the Burisma executive bemoaned the situation, claiming the Bidens had “coerced” him into paying the bribes.

The CHS responded that he hoped Zlochevsky had taken precautions to protect himself. Zlochevsky then allegedly detailed the steps he had taken to avoid detection, stressing he had never paid the “Big Guy” directly and that it would take some 10 years to unravel the various money trails. It was only then that Zlochevsky mentioned the audio recordings he had made of the conversations he had with Hunter and Joe Biden, according to the CHS.

The context provided in this conversation supports Zlochevsky’s claims about possessing recordings that implicate the Bidens. Both Senator Grassley and House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer have described the CHS, who relayed Zlochevsky’s claims to the FBI, as a “highly credible” source.

In 2015 and 2016, the Burisma executive engaged in conversations with the CHS, who was a business professional, seeking advice for the “best course of action” on obtaining U.S. oil rights and establishing connections with a U.S. oil company, as stated by sources familiar with the document.


Based on information from the FD-1023 form, the confidential source reported that the Burisma executive mentioned Hunter’s position on the board. Surprised by this, the source questioned why the executive needed advice on accessing U.S. oil when Hunter Biden was already involved. In response, the Burisma executive referred to Hunter Biden as “dumb.”

The Burisma executive informed the CHS that Burisma had to make payments to the Bidens due to the ongoing investigation by Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin. Additionally, the executive discussed the challenges of entering the U.S. market amidst the investigation.

According to the detailed conversation provided by the confidential source, it was suggested to the Burisma executive that they should pay $50,000 to each of the Bidens. In response, the executive clarified that the amount was not $50,000 but rather $5 million.

As per a source familiar with the document, Zlochevsky stated,

It’s $5 million for one Biden, $5 million for the other Biden.

While the FBI’s efforts to uncover the pay-to-play scheme appear to be lacking, banking records released by the House Oversight Committee in May provide concrete evidence of a pattern of public corruption involving foreign nationals, with Joe Biden at the center. Further examination of banking records and the recently surfaced FD-1023 whistleblower’s details may reveal more insights into the complex web of the Biden family’s business dealings.


Zlochevsky’s statement that it would take a decade to unravel the intricate payment trails leading to Joe Biden seems to hold water… or gas.


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