August 9, 2023

Burisma Reportedly Told to Remove Picture of Biden, Archer From Website

Ukrainian energy firm Burisma was instructed to remove a picture of President Joe Biden with former Hunter Biden associate Devon Archer from its website.

The removal was requested according to emails from Hunter Biden's laptop, according to reports.

“Hey, guys,” Schwerin said in a May 13, 2014 email to Hunter Biden and Archer. There is apparently a photo of Devon and the VP on Burisma’s website (I can’t see it – the website isn’t working very well right now) but Demetra (VP Counsel) called and asked that we tell Burisma they need to take it down (legally they aren’t comfortable with the VP’s picture being up on the site as what seems like an endorsement)," the message added.

“Thanks Eric,” Archer responded. “Hunter got the call and it’s down. Was put up without authorization.  Just on a Board call now and will call you this afternoon.”

"Also on that day, Schwerin emailed Hunter again regarding a Politico article which discussed Hunter joining the board of Ukraine’s largest private gas producer," Trending Politics reported.

"Schwerin brought up concerns raised by Demetra about the company being connected to Cyprus and a potential ownership by a Cypriot entity named 'Brociti Investments,'" it continued.

Archer recently spoke out about his connections with the Biden family in an interview with Tucker Carlson.

Archer also testified last month to the House Oversight Committee to discuss that the president repeatedly communicated with Hunter's business associates.

The former Hunter Biden associate claimed the president was on speakerphone 20 times, according to reports. The calls took place when Biden was vice president.

The latest evidence shows there have been concerns for many years, with information continuing to emerge in the shocking case.

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