Hunter Biden got paid $83k per month to be 'ceremonial figure' on Burisma Board
Some people are lucky to be born in a "proper" family. Proper means – of a powerful US politician like the one of Joe Biden. It was recently revealed by Reuters and investigated further by other media outlets, that Biden's son, Hunter, was getting a salary of $83,333 PER MONTH from Ukrainian company Burisma Holdings. And all of this only because he was Joe Biden's son.
Hunter's Biden affair started right away after the so-called "2014 Maidan revolution" in Ukraine that overthrew the previous government and "installed" a new one, anti-Russian and pro- American.
Revelations about Biden's connection to Burisma Holdings were revealed recently by Oleksandr Onyshchenko, Ukrainian businessman and former politician, that knows Mykola Zlochevsky, the founder of Burisma Holdings.
So what exactly Hunter Biden had to do to earn that kind of money? Well, as it was just revealed, he actually didn't have to do that much. Like the sources say, he never visited Ukraine while holding a "non-executive director" position in Burisma Holdings. He just participated in biannual board meetings, that were not even held in Ukraine.
So what exactly was the Hunter's Biden role in said company? As a person with a "powerful name", he was supposed to help the company with the new foreign investments and "legal affairs". But he is also accused by President Donald Trump and Rudy Guiliani of something much more serious.
According to them, Hunter Biden could actually press on the Ukrainian government that time to stop investigating Burisma Holding's founder, mentioned before, Mykola Zlochevsky. Zlochevsky was being investigated for corruption, tax evasion and money laundering just after the Maiden revolution. Initially, he was cleared of all wrongdoing, but as the new Ukrainian Prosecutor General said announced recently, Zlochevsky's cases are being reviewed again by the new Ukrainian government.
There is also one interesting thing about Mykola Zlochevsky's connection with Hunter Biden. Zlochevsky, together with a former president of Ukraine Yanukovich, was kicked out of power in Ukraine just after the Maidan revolution in 2014.
Yanukovich ran away and is now in Russia, while Zlochevsky lives in Monaco, according to sources. Zlochevsky is also a Ukrainian businessman and oligarch that was very well connected to Kremlin and Russia before the Maidan revolution. The same revolution that was supported indirectly (and sometimes- directly) by Obama's administration.
If Trump's accusations will appear to be true, it will mean that some people in the USA are powerful enough to not even care about the US government's policies. And powerful and connected enough to "have a right" to do whatever is useful for them. Even supporting and helping people that are not supported officially by the US government.