Hunter Biden Scandals Expand Into Romania – Corrupt Deals, Crooked Tycoon, Another ‘VP Biden Connection’

Hunter Biden Scandals Expand Into Romania – Corrupt Deals, Crooked Tycoon, Another ‘VP Biden Connection’
We're now heading to Romania, where Hunter was involved with a crooked real estate tycoon who cooked up corrupt land deals

Here we go again…another new Hunter Biden scandal and this one’s a doozy.

We’re now heading to Romania, where Hunter was involved with a crooked real estate tycoon who cooked up corrupt land deals. He was eventually convicted and sentenced to prison for 7 years but is hiding out in London, avoiding extradition to Romania.

However, you may be not-so-surprised to discover that the Biden family has “deep ties” to the country of Romania…Just like they have “deep ties” to Ukraine and China.

So much so that ethics experts are saying that we’re likely looking at yet another “inappropriate conflict of interest” situation with Joe Biden just like we have in Ukraine and China.

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Hunter’s work in Romania was unreported for the most part, but it came at a time when Biden was heavily involved in the country. Have you noticed every time Joe’s focusing on a country, Hunter gets a job there?

What a totally wild coinkydink, right?

In the final year of the Obama administration, an American lawyer traveled to Romania to meet with a businessman accused of orchestrating a corrupt land deal.

The businessman was Gabriel “Puiu” Popoviciu, a wealthy Romanian real estate tycoon. The lawyer brought in to advise him was Hunter Biden, the son of then-Vice President Joe Biden, according to two people familiar with the matter.

Hunter Biden’s work for Popoviciu in 2016 went unreported at the time, but Joe Biden’s involvement in Romania was very much public. The vice president was among the leading voices pushing the government to crack down on corruption. [NBC News]

So, Hunter Biden was the advising lawyer for this corrupt Romanian tycoon, while his father was VP, and heavily involved in Romania?

Okay, that sounds perfectly legit. 

Was Hunter used as a “prop” for the tycoon to try and avoid prosecution?

There’s no evidence that Hunter or his father acted improperly or violated any laws. But the arrangement, government ethics experts say, raises concerns that Hunter Biden was used as a prop in Popoviciu’s effort to dodge criminal prosecution.

“We don’t know what [Hunter Biden] was paid or what he was paid for but it does raise questions of whether this Romanian individual facing criminal charges was actually paying for a connection to the American vice president,” said Kathleen Clark, a Washington University law professor who specializes in government ethics. [NBC News]

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The Romanian government had declined to prosecute the tycoon, but then the country’s National Anti-Corruption Protection Service took over the case. In 2016, the tycoon put together a “dream legal team” and that included Hunter Biden to fight the charges.

The businessman claimed Popoviciu had purchased the land for “significantly less money than it was actually worth,” the documents say. Further, the businessman alleged the plot wasn’t the property of the University of Agronomy, but was instead owned by the Romanian government, according to the documents.

Romanian prosecutors initially declined to investigate citing a lack of evidence. But in July 2008, the country’s National Anti-Corruption Protection Service took over the case.

The university rector was charged in March 2009 with abusing his position and Popoviciu was charged with “complicity in abuse of position,” the documents show. Two months later, Popoviciu was hit with a bribery charge.

Popoviciu was convicted in 2016 but launched an appeal. He assembled a high profile legal team to fight the conviction, which included former FBI director Louis Freeh, according to a release from Freeh’s firm.

That same year, Hunter Biden traveled to Romania to assist Popoviciu, according to two people familiar with the matter. The New York Times was first to report on the younger Biden’s involvement in Popoviciu’s case.

At the time he was brought in, Hunter Biden was performing work for the law firm Boies Schiller Flexner LLP where he was “of counsel.” The firm did not respond to a request for comment.

Romania was by then a familiar place to the Biden family. A close friend and former staffer of Joe Biden, Mark Gitenstein, held the position of U.S. ambassador to Romania from August 2009 to December 2012. In March 2012, Hunter’s brother, Beau, was asked to do the ribbon-cutting at the new U.S. embassy in Bucharest.

Vice President Biden visited Romania in 2014 and delivered a forceful speech against graft. “Corruption is a cancer, a cancer that eats away at a citizen’s faith in democracy,” he said. “Corruption is just another form of tyranny.”

It’s unclear how much assistance Hunter Biden provided in Popoviciu’s case. The Romanian real estate tycoon’s bid to overturn his conviction ultimately failed. He was sentenced to seven years in prison in August 2017, according to a press release from Freeh’s firm. [NBC News]

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Last month, Giuliani signaled that he was planning to broaden his attacks against Hunter Biden.

“We haven’t moved to Romania yet. Wait ‘til we get to Romania,” Giuliani told Fox News host Howard Kurtz.

Stay tuned, folks. 

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