Oh Joe the More We Know…
It is an amazing thing how hindsight can bring clarity to so many situations. The more we learn and the more we know about dealings such as the Biden’s business with Ukraine energy companies, the more we understand the motives and the truths behind certain Democratic agendas and plans. Ever since the latest call for Trump’s head over the Ukraine call transcripts, many of us have wondered why nobody has made any noise about the revelation of the Biden’s involvement. This isn’t just about Joe’s son Hunter either but that seems awfully hush now doesn’t it?
Like most diversions, however, we eventually get back to the story to find out what really happened. The quid quo pro smokescreen, the mysterious whistleblower, the secretive closed-door meetings, and testimonies – what if it is all smoke and mirrors? Because the more we know and the more we are discovering, the more it begins to look that way.
Don’t worry, we weren’t the only ones asking those questions, as one story reported. According to that story, these questions surrounding Ukraine and the Biden’s goes back much farther than Hunter’s recent involvement. What – that doesn’t surprise you?
According to our story, there is a very eerie similarity in what President Trump is being accused of and what Joe Biden may have done in 2016. As the story reminded us, “…Hunter Biden was being paid $50,000 a month to sit on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian gas company, despite having no natural energy experience. Hunter himself admitted he wouldn’t have had the position if it wasn’t for his last name or his family’s political connections.”
Fast forward to today and the questions now surrounding the Biden’s involvement and we get at least a few very good reasons why Hunter was on the board. The evidence is starting to suggest that Joe Biden pressured Ukraine officials to drop an investigation into the Ukraine energy company’s suspicions of corruption.
This latest information came courtesy of an award-winning journalist who released a report regarding these discoveries and those suspicions. Among some of the information uncovered by that journalist as our story shared was this exchange between state officials:
“Per our conversation, Karen Tramontano of Blue Star Strategies requested a meeting to discuss with U/S Novelli USG remarks alleging Burisma (Ukrainian energy company) of corruption. She noted that two high profile U.S. citizens are affiliated with the company (including Hunter Biden as a board member). Tramontano would like to talk with U/S Novelli about getting a better understanding of how the U.S. came to the determination that the company is corrupt. According to Tramontano there is no evidence of corruption, has been no hearing or process, and evidence to the contrary has not been considered. I would appreciate any background you may be able to provide on this issue and suggested TPs for U/S Novelli’s meeting.”
Did you notice the name dropping technique there? Now let’s ask the question again – why would someone like Hunter Biden, so closely tied to a leading government figure like his father and who has no education or experience in the energy industry be given a seat on the board? Why indeed.
Hindsight, remember? And so now instead of looking into the Biden’s using political power to pressure another country, we are talking about President Trump. Convenient, right? It seems that the more we dig, the worse it gets and that seems to be a running theme among the Democrats lately. The more we look into Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar’s past, the more questionable it becomes. At least the freshman Congresswoman Katie Hill had the decency to step down.
Hindsight, facts, or whatever you want to call it, the more we learn and the more truth we get, the more questions we have. It seems rather obvious that one of the leading Democratic Presidential candidates would like to keep us from knowing too much but learning more we are.
Hindsight they say is 20/20 and that looking back everything becomes so much clearer. Oh Joe, the more we know…