White House press secretary Jen Psaki shot down a question about Hunter Biden’s $3.5 million payment from the former Moscow mayor’s wife, dismissing that report.
A reporter asked Psaki during a briefing on Wednesday whether she had anything to add about the Senate Homeland and Government Affairs and Senate Finance Committee report outlining the mysterious Russian payment to Joe Biden’s crackhead son.
“There was a report from the Senate Finance and Homeland Security Committees. It claims that the wife of Moscow’s former mayor paid a company associated with the president’s son $3.5 million. There was no explanation for these alleged payments and I’m wondering if you could tell us if that claim is accurate, and if so, what that $3.5 million was paid for.”
“Not familiar with that claim,” Psaki said. “Doesn’t sound like it’s backed up by a lot of evidence. If you have evidence or specifics, I’m happy to discuss it further.”
“It’s the committee’s report,” the reporter noted. “So you haven’t asked about this, or..?”
“I-I’m not familiar with the report at all,” Psaki replied before quickly moving on.
Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and, and chairman of the Senate Finance Committee Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) released the joint report in September 2020 revealing that millions of dollars in questionable financial transactions between Hunter Biden and his associates and foreign individuals.
One of the many shocking findings concluded: “Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina. Ms. Baturina is the wife (widow) of the former mayor of Moscow.”
Psaki seems unable to properly run cover for the Bidens. What are they hiding?
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