The full scope of the madness between the Ukraine and Hunter Biden is beginning to come to light — and now Rep. Adam Schiff — chairman of the House Intelligence Committee — has some questions to answer.
According Schiff’s official financial disclosure report, the California representative has taken thousands of dollars in donations from BlackRock and Franklin Templeton Investments.
The catch? Both of these companies have been cited in the newly-publicized $7.4 billion Burisma/U.S.-Ukraine corruption case. This lawsuit involves Burisma Holdings — the same corrupt oil and gas company Hunter Biden worked at — where the former vice president’s son has recently been thrust into the spotlight for cashing in millions of dollars for his “services” overseas.
According to GP, just last week, Burisma Holdings owner Mykola Zlochevsky was indicted by the Ukrainian prosecutor general — since then, he has seemingly vanished, nowhere to be seen.
Here are the documents that show Schiff’s links to BlackRock and Franklin Templeton Investments:
Schiff is connected to both BlackRock and Franklin Templeton Investments, two companies that were named in the $7.4B Burisma/US-Ukraine corruption claim that was announced…https://t.co/enhuAplCUEhttps://t.co/WuEZfwdTGt pic.twitter.com/rzjVyDibGd
— M3thods (@M2Madness) November 21, 2019
Why is Adam Schiff, the one destined to find — or fabricate — corruption between Donald Trump and Ukraine, taking money from investment companies who have history with the rampant unscrupulous dealings in Ukraine?
Is this another bout of political hypocrisy? Or is it simply an unpleasant coincidence? Just like the rest of dark political money, we may never know the truth.