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Democratic lobbying firm under DOJ investigation for Burisma work

This is a rare instance of an MSM publication willing to do serious reporting on issues related to Hunter Biden.

One of the questions here is whether in some way the White House will interfere with the DOJ probes to keep Hunter out of jail. Remember, it’s often the coverup, not the crime, that causes big problems.

According to Politico:

“The Justice Department is investigating the work of a consulting firm linked to the president’s son for potential illegal lobbying, four people familiar with the probe told POLITICO.

“The firm, Blue Star Strategies, took on as a client the Ukrainian energy company Burisma while Hunter Biden served on its board . . .

“Devon Archer, who co-founded an investment firm with Hunter Biden and served on Burisma’s board with him, connected Blue Star to the energy company, according to Blue Star co-founder Karen Tramontano’s Congressional testimony on August 28, 2020 as part of a Republican-led Senate investigation . . .

“The Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office is involved in the probe, and is coordinating with lawyers in the National Security Division at DOJ’s Washington headquarters, the sources said. The Delaware office is also investigating Hunter Biden for potential tax violations.

“There has been grand jury activity in connection to the probe, two of the people said.

“One focus of the investigation is whether the firm failed to comply with disclosure requirements under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, a law that requires Americans to disclose lobbying and public affairs work for foreign officials and political parties. There is no indication that Hunter Biden is a target of the investigation into Blue Star.”

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