RFK Jr. Calls for Investigation Over Biden Bribery Allegations

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In light of an FBI form that was leaked this week that detailed claims of corruption against President Joe Biden, Democratic presidential contender Robert F. Kennedy Jr. reportedly called for an inquiry into Biden during an interview over the weekend.

Mykola Zlochevsky, co-founder and CEO of Burisma, allegedly admitted to a highly reliable FBI confidential human source that he was “coerced” into paying Joe Biden and his son Hunter each $5 million to have a Ukrainian investigation into his company stopped, according to the FBI-generated FD-1023 form that was made public by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA).

“I have avoided criticizing the President because I, you know, I’m trying to bring people together and and some of the vitriol, the poison that’s made politics so poisonous,” Kennedy said during an interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures.”

“I think though the issues that are now coming up are worrying enough that we really need a real investigation of what happened. I mean, these revelations about the, you know, where you have Burisma — which is a notoriously corrupt company that paid out apparently $10 million to Hunter and his dad — if that’s true, then it is really troubling.” he continued.

Kennedy also stated that Americans should be concerned about the politicization of federal law enforcement organizations in addition to the necessity for a thorough investigation into the claim.

“I think that that’s something that every American needs to worry about and our federal agencies, which used to be above politics, and now become weaponized as political instruments, and that, again, is another really damaging trend for our democracy,”  he concluded.

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