New Evidence Challenges Hunter Biden’s Congressional Testimony On Visa Work

Hunter Biden’s earlier testimony to Congress regarding his non-involvement in resolving travel visa issues for his Ukrainian business partners is being called into question by newly surfaced evidence. This evidence suggests that Hunter was indeed actively involved in such matters.

An email from February 2015 shows Hunter Biden informing Burisma executive Vadim Pozharskyi that he was working on visa issues for Mykola Zlochevsky, Burisma’s owner. “Me [sic] contact has said that he will take care of it— BUT I have not gotten confirmation yet that he has done so with 100% certainty,” Hunter wrote.

Further complicating matters, a document obtained by the FBI reveals that Boies, Schiller & Flexner, the law firm Hunter worked for, was involved in visa-related work for Burisma. This directly contradicts Hunter Biden’s testimony, where he claimed he was not involved in such work.

The House Ways and Means Committee Chairman, Jason Smith, highlighted these discrepancies in an interview with Just the News, stating that Hunter Biden’s false statements to Congress warrant a federal prosecution referral. “Lying to Congress is a federal crime, punishable by a sentence of up to five years,” Smith emphasized.

Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Abbe Lowell, has disputed these claims, suggesting that Hunter’s testimony is being misrepresented. “Here they go again, grasping at straws and twisting Hunter’s testimony to try to revive an impeachment inquiry that was a complete and utter failure,” Lowell said in a statement.

In his testimony, Hunter Biden told Congress that Burisma retained Blue Star Strategies for visa-related work because he was unwilling to provide those services. However, other documents indicate that his law firm had planned to resolve Zlochevsky’s visa issues long before Blue Star’s involvement.

Emails from 2014 show that Boies, Schiller & Flexner drafted a comprehensive legal defense plan for Burisma, which included addressing Zlochevsky’s visa problems. Additionally, correspondence from Hunter Biden reveals his efforts to use personal contacts to assist with Zlochevsky’s visa before a planned Burisma board meeting in Mexico.

These emails and documents suggest a level of involvement that contradicts Hunter Biden’s sworn testimony, raising serious legal questions. As the House committees leading the impeachment inquiry prepare to move forward, the implications of these findings are likely to be significant.