Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings almost cost Joe Biden the Presidential election in 2020.
Joe Biden relied on the corporate-controlled media to bury the story until after the election.
But now Joe Biden is losing sleep over the major news about Hunter Biden that just broke.
Kazakhstan, a backwater former Soviet Republic located in Central Asia, was recently rocked by an attempted revolution over skyrocketing gas prices.
Protesters were eventually put down, but not before thousands were arrested, hundreds were killed, and government buildings were burned to the ground.
Normally, even though it was the worst unrest for the country since the fall of the Soviet Union, this wouldn’t be major news for the United States.
But there’s a Hunter Biden angle in the story.
Karim Massimov, Kazakhstan’s Chief of Intelligence who was arrested on suspicion of high treason, was described by Hunter Biden as a very “close friend.”
And just recently, a photo, which was originally posted by an anti-corruption website in Kazakhstan, showed Joe and Hunter Biden posing for a picture with Massimov.
Not only that, but powerful businessman Kenes Rakishev was also in the photo.
In 2014, while working with Ukrainian energy company Burisma, Hunter ditched Secret Service protection to try to broker an oil and gas deal with Massimov at the same time he served as Prime Minister of the country.
Hunter also attempted to negotiate a $1 million business deal with Rakishev.
As the New York Post reported, Joe and Hunter Biden both met with Rakishev and Massimov at a swanky restaurant in Washington, D.C. when Joe Biden was Vice President.
According to a Republican Senate report, Rakishev wired Hunter’s partner at Burisma, Devon Archer, $142,300 on the same day in 2014 that Joe Biden met with members of the Ukrainian government about sanctions over Russia’s actions in the country’s Crimean Peninsula.
The same report says Rakishev supposedly wired the funds for a car.
“Hunter Biden’s long standing relationship with Archer . . . and the fact that the payment was timed perfectly with Vice President Biden’s visit to Kyiv to discuss U.S. sanctions against Russia for the invasion of Crimea, the April 22, 2014 payment from Rakishev to [Archer’s company] raises serious questions,” the Senate Republican report stated.
As part of a separate matter, Archer was later convicted of conspiracy and securities fraud.
But it’s not just the obvious potential corruption involved with Kazaks that Joe Biden is worried about.
Hunter Biden is also connected to a man alleged to be involved with the attempted coup of the Russian-backed Kazak government, which could further inflame relations with Russia while Biden is already dealing with Putin over the tense Russian-Ukrainian border situation.
As more and more of Hunter Biden’s potential shady dealings emerge, it’s clear that Joe’s Hunter problems are here to stay.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.