BOMBSHELL: Hunter Biden Letter Released

( – Joe Biden and his son Hunter not only took a $10 million bribe from a now-wanted Ukrainian businessman, but they forced him to bribe them, according to striking claims disclosed by a Republican US senator.

Grassley has released in full the June 2020 FBI informant file already reviewed by the House Republicans, which claims Joe and Hunter Biden got $5 million each from Mykola Zlochevksy, a pro-Russian Ukrainian oligarch, while Joe Biden was Barack Obama’s VP.

Zlochevksy, the owner of CEO of now-defunct energy company Burisma, is now hiding abroad from prosecution in Ukraine. He was a key member of the cabinet of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, known as a puppet of Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

Joe and Hunter Biden “coerced” Zlochevsky to pay them so they would force the Ukrainian government to fire a prosecutor investigating his company Burisma, says the unclassified FBI document that was released in full by US Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) on Thursday.

“[The American people can] read this document for themselves without the filter of politicians or bureaucrats,” Grassley declared, as cited by Fox News.

The FBI-generated FD-1023 document, which the GOP senator obtained through legally protected disclosures by Justice Department whistleblowers, reflects an interview with a “highly credible” source who spoke multiple times with a top Burisma executive beginning in 2015.

The FBI revealed the executive was Zlochevsky himself. Zlochevksy appointed Hunter Biden to the Burisma board in May 2014 with a $1 million annual salary.

According to the FBI record, the pro-Putin oligarch told the source he had “many text messages and ‘recordings’ that show he was coerced to make such payments” to Joe and Hunter Biden.

In 2018, Biden boasted publicly that as vice president, he forced Ukraine to ax prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma’s violations at the time, by threatening to stop $1 billion of vital US aid.

“Zlochevsky replied something to the effect of, ‘Don’t worry Hunter will take care of those issues through his dad,'” after the source mentioned Shokin’s investigation of Burisma in one their conversations, the FBI paper reveals.

It says the source suggested that Burisma pay a lawyer $50,000 to resolve its legal trouble in Ukraine.

“Zlochevsky also laughed at [the source’s] number of $50,000 (not because of the small amounts but because the number contained a ‘5’) and said that ‘it costs 5 (million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another Biden,” the document reads.