You know the sanctions that Biden applied on numerous Russian oligarchs?
They don't apply to two Russians in particular.
The two that have sent payments to the Biden family business.
The sickening favoritism news was revealed to America by House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer, a Republican from Kentucky.
You see, there's one standard that Biden likes to hold everyone else to. There's quite another standard for liberals and other people often known to help the Biden's out.
America's State Department has restricted the visas of 893 Russian Federation members. But not the visas of Yelena Baturina and Vladimir Yevtushenkov. The reason? The 893 others hadn't donated to the Biden family fund.
"Mysteriously, those were the two oligarchs that weren’t listed in the sanctions," Comer revealed on March 16.
"Joe Biden put sanctions on just about every oligarch in Russia after Russia invaded Ukraine except the two that paid the Bidens."
Baturina alone is thought to possess a net worth of approximately $1.4 BILLION. Super-rich Russian oligarchs... That's not exactly the demographic you want to hear our president has been making secret deals with.
Baturina wired $3,500,000 to a bank account held by an entity formed by Hunter Biden's "investment" company.
When Hunter Biden calls his company an "investment" business, what he really means is "nepotism and bribery."
Yevtushenkov is worth even more at a whopping $1.7 BILLION, and admits to having met secretly with Hunter Biden in New York City on March 14, 2012.
Karine Jean-Pierre refuses to say why Biden has not sanctioned Russian billionaires Vladimir Yevtushenkov and Yelena Baturina — business associates of his son, Hunter — nor if Biden dined with Baturina in Georgetown while he was VP. pic.twitter.com/trzfN9ilMK
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 6, 2023
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