Why Was Joe Biden’s Photo on Burisma’s Website? And Then Why Was It Taken Down?


Here we are again, folks.

More evidence of corruption in the Biden administration.

Just ask yourself, why in the world was a photo of then-Vice President Joe Biden up on Burisma’s website?

Imagine being a fly on the wall when THAT decision was made.



A subtle hint of backdoor endorsements?


Either way, the optics?

Pretty questionable.

The scenario is stranger than fiction: A Ukrainian energy firm, already under a cloud of controversy due to the involvement of Hunter Biden, suddenly showcases an image of Joe Biden on its site.

And what do we have?

A mad scramble from Biden’s team to get it taken down. This isn’t some tabloid fodder—these are details derived from Hunter’s own laptop archive.

A VP’s photo on an energy firm’s website, where his son sits as a board member?

That’s a red flag. An urgent request to pull the photo down, citing legal discomfort?

Another red flag.

It paints an image of a situation that feels, well, a little too cozy.

The odds of such an occurrence are so astronomically slim that it leaves you wondering: Is this just another “innocent mistake” or a reflection of something more profound?

A quick glimpse into the world of business dealings and power players, perhaps?

Now, I’ve got one more thing to point out, and it’s a biggie.

Where’s the media spotlight on this?

Aren’t they always the champions of accountability and truth?

Why the hush around a story that practically screams for investigation?

All I’m saying is, let’s not blindly accept the “nothing to see here” narrative.

When things look fishy, it’s our duty to ask the tough questions—even when they lead us to uncomfortable truths.

Because at the end of the day, we deserve nothing less than full transparency.

According to the Daily Caller:

Hunter Biden and his business associates told Ukrainian energy firm Burisma to remove a picture of then-Vice President Joe Biden and Burisma board member Devon Archer from its website, emails from the Hunter Biden laptop archive show.

In May 2014, then-VP Biden’s counsel Demetra Lambros told Eric Schwerin, a business associate at Hunter Biden’s investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, to have Burisma remove an image of Joe Biden and Archer from its website, according to emails from Biden’s laptop archive.

“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).”


“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.”

“Looks like it may have been taken down…finally got on the site,” Schwerin said.

“Cool,” Schwerin followed up. “Thanks – I’ll let them know in case they haven’t seen it.”

Oh, what a time to be a Biden!

Business opportunities, dazzling dinners, and oh, those bank statements with the extra zeroes.

All while having—dare I say—somewhat limited business prowess?

But hey, maybe that’s the new path to prosperity in America: just be closely related to political powerhouses.

Drumroll, please: The Biden family has reportedly managed to pull in a spectacular $20 million from international sources!

And no, this isn’t from selling cookies or running a successful lemonade stand.

We’re talking money flowing in from places like Russia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.

The sort of locales that should raise a few eyebrows given, you know, geopolitical considerations.

And speaking of eyebrow-raising, isn’t it curious how Hunter Biden began his lucrative gig with Burisma right when daddy dearest was leading Obama’s Ukraine efforts?

Oh, and let’s not gloss over that dainty $142,300 for a car purchase.

A Porsche, by hearsay.

Ah, the joys of international friendships!

Now, the drip-drip-drip of such revelations would be unsettling for anyone.

For the First Family of the United States, it’s downright alarming.

Where’s the robust defense? The iron-clad explanations?

Don’t even get me started on the revelations about that $3.5 million transfer from Moscow’s former first lady.

I mean, do they host financial webinars on how to magnetize such international wealth?

Sign me up!

The New York Post confirms that signs of corruption are piling high:

The millions sure do add up when you’re a Biden.

And not because you have any particular business skills.

Newly revealed bank records show President Joe Biden’s family and allies hauled in a jaw-dropping $20 million from foreign sources in Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine, some of whom personally dined with the prez himself in Washington.

Documents released by the House Oversight Committee also confirm that Hunter Biden raked in a cool $1 million a year from Ukrainian gas company Burisma, starting when dad — oh-so-coincidentally — took charge of Team Obama’s Ukraine portfolio in 2014.

They show a Kazakhstani businessman, Kenes Rakishev, gave the first son $142,300 that year to buy a car — reportedly a Porsche.

Yet another $3.5 million from Russian billionaire and Moscow’s former first lady Yelena Baturina went to an entity controlled by Hunter and his business partner, Devon Archer — as Archer’s congressional deposition last month detailed.

Other records show funding went to nine different members of the Biden clan.

Look, at the end of the day, we’re left with questions—lots of them.

Are the Bidens enriching themselves while selling the country short?

With the constant trickle of such tales, it’s hard to brush them off as mere coincidence.

Yet, the silence and lack of defense from their camp?

That’s the most deafening noise of all.


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