The Biden family has been accused of using their position of power to influence business dealings in Ukraine, and now those accusations have reached National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. Sullivan has denied any involvement in any corrupt influence-peddling operation with the Biden family, as allegations against the Biden family continue to surface.
Former White House stenographer Mike McCormick has claimed that the Biden family, including President Biden himself, are criminals, and that they conducted malfeasance in office to enrich themselves.
McCormick has filed a tip to the FBI claiming that he has evidence of these allegations, and he is willing to testify before a Delaware grand jury.
The accusations arise from conversations between the Biden family and Sullivan in 2014 before Biden’s son Hunter joined the board of a Ukrainian gas company. Sullivan allegedly spoke about giving aid to the Ukrainian national gas industry just days after Hunter joined the board, leading McCormick to believe that Sullivan was involved in a corrupt influence-peddling conspiracy.
The White House has denied these accusations, and Sullivan has denied any involvement. But Republican voters are skeptical of the Biden administration’s claims of innocence. They reject any potential corruption in the Biden family’s dealings with Ukraine, and they demand a full investigation into these allegations.
Republicans know that the Biden administration is not to be trusted, and they will continue to hold them accountable for any wrongdoing. Republican voters demand honesty, transparency, and integrity in their government, and they will not rest until they get it.