Varvel Toon: Senate Report Details Hunter Biden’s Enrichment From Oligarchs and Communists

The richest woman in Russia, Elena Baturina, wire transferred $3.5 million to Hunter Biden’s investment firm, according to an 87-page Senate report released this week. Baturina is the widow of the former Moscow mayor Yury Luzhkov.

11 more wire transfers from Baturina were funneled through Rosemont Seneca (the investment firm founded by Biden and Chris Heinz, the stepson of John Kerry) to a startup technology company called BAK USA that produced tablet computers with Chinese business partners.

The Senate report details further business associations with Chinese Communists involving millions of dollars, including a $100,000 slush fund for James Biden, the brother of Joe Biden.

Some of the transactions are linked to what “appears to be an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring.”

Hunter Biden served on the board of Burisma in Ukraine, when its owner Mykola Zlochevsky allegedly paid a $7 million bribe to corruption investigators.

Joe Biden boasted about demanding a “quid pro quo” to get a Ukrainian prosecutor fired in exchange for U.S. aid.

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Millennial Millie Arrested, Shadow Gate Documentary Released

UPDATE3: Weaver has been released, and court documents show it is from an April 25 incident. Why she was egregiously arrested at the same time she was publishing a documentary on the Swamp is to be determined. One of the whistleblowers in the video, Tore has been suspended from Twitter.

UPDATE2: YouTube and Facebook have removed all mirrored versions of Shadow Gate. Weaver is expected at a bond court hearing today. The video is reposted above from Bitchute (whose links are banned on Twitter now, sigh.)

UPDATE: The Shadow Gate documentary has been removed from YouTube. A mirror video has been posted online above, and is up for now.

Independent journalist Millie Weaver was arrested Friday morning, charged with alleged “robbery, tampering with evidence, obstruction of justice, and domestic violence.”

The timing of the surprising arrest is odd considering she was about to release the documentary Shadow Gate on her Millennial Millie YouTube channel. One of the whistleblowers in the Shadow Gate documentary posted the full video online (above).

Police showed up at her home in Ohio, where she was with her two children, claiming a grand jury had indicted her, which she caught on camera. Weaver’s husband was also allegedly arrested.

The hashtag #FreeMillie has gone viral on social media, with a GoFundMe page started.

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Obamagate plot thickens

Obama, upset with charges dropped against Michael Flynn, said on a leaked conference call with his shadow government that “there is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free.”

Now an adult has entered the room.

Michael Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell dropped the mic on Obama in an open letter, explaining that “General Flynn was not charged with perjury—which requires a material false statement made under oath with intent to deceive.”

A perjury prosecution would have been appropriate and the Rule of Law applied if the Justice Department prosecuted your former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for his multiple lies under oath…”

Sidney Powell

Background on Flynn case

Michael Flynn pled guilty to lying to the FBI (not perjury) when he ran out of money to defend himself and the FBI threatened his son. Flynn later withdrew his guilty plea.

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The Road to Trump’s Impeachment

A timeline and infographic look at President Trump’s impeachment, Russia, Ukraine, Burisma and Joe Biden’s threat to withhold aid.

Mark Zaid, the whistleblower’s lawyer, was prophetic in his January 31, 2017 tweet: “#coup has started. First of many steps. #rebellion. #impeachment will follow ultimately.”

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How Impeachment Works

A look at the 1998 impeachment process of President Bill Clinton, where two Articles of Impeachment passed in the House, then failed in the Senate.

The process was more bipartisan over 20 years ago. 284 members of Congress were allowed to be heard in two days of debate.

The impeachment of President Donald Trump is expected to be rushed through the House in a few hours.

Infographics have improved but the impeachment process hasn’t.

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