Crime/Government

Giuliani promises new dirt on Biden: ‘I will now start to reveal the evidence’

Presidential lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Wednesday pledged to reveal alleged corruption involving former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

In a tweet, the former New York City mayor said he had attempted to divulge some information last March via the media, but will now begin revealing it directly to Americans on social media.

“Everything I tried to tell the press last March is now coming out, and more,” he wrote. “I will now start to reveal the evidence directly to you, the People.



“The Biden Family Enterprise made millions by selling public office. Then when Joe was Obama’s Point Man, they ALL made millions,” he continued.

It’s not clear what additional information Giuliani may have on the Bidens, but he has long claimed the family was corrupt.

During an appearance on Fox News in November, Giuliani claimed to have evidence of a “pay-for-play scheme in the Obama administration that will be devastating to the Democrat Party.”




One America News reported in early December as the network accompanied Giuliani to Ukraine that the president’s lawyer had turned up a trove of new evidence:

— Ukrainian officials offered up six criminal cases involving Joe and Hunter Biden, including “money laundering;”

— One Ukrainian official produced official communiques and documents he says proves that Obama’s U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine and ‘impeachment witness’ Maria Yovanovich perjured herself during her hearing;

— Another, Victor Shokin, the former Ukrainian prosecutor general, described how then-President Petro Poroshenko came into his office and told him he’d better stop investigating Hunter Biden or the country would lose a billion dollars in aid, as Joe Biden threatened (Shokin was fired);



— There are dozens of inquiries open into possible misallocation of U.S. funds in Ukraine, with the U.S. Embassy’s involvement.

In January, he told conservative radio host Dan Bongino he believes the evidence against the Bidens proves a “racketeering” case.

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