Clip of Biden calling voter who asked about Hunter’s foreign business a ‘damn liar’ resurfaces after $10M corruption claims emerged
- An old clip resurfaced from 2019 where Joe Biden lashed out at a voter who questioned him helping his son get on the board of a Ukrainian energy company
- Comes after revelations of a $10 million payment to Joe and Hunter in exchange for the then-vice president using his influence to get a senior prosecutor fired
- Biden called the voter a ‘damn liar’ and challenged him to a push-up contest to prove his fitness for office
Joe Biden lashed out at a voter during a campaign event in 2019 – calling the man a ‘damn liar’ after he asked the then-candidate about his son Hunter’s foreign business deals.
The video reemerged this week following bombshell internal FBI documents revealing that President Biden and his 52-year-old son had a Ukrainian oil executive fork over $10 million in exchange for getting a senior prosecutor fired.
The clip from the last presidential election cycle shows Biden irate at a voter asking him about how he allegedly provided access in exchange for his son earning millions working for a gas company in Ukraine without prior experience in the field.
‘You’re a damn liar, man. That’s not true. And, no one has ever said that,’ Biden yelled at the voter, visibly flustered and upset with his accusations.
An old clip resurfaced from 2019 where Joe Biden lashed out at a voter who questioned him helping his son get on the board of a Ukrainian energy company. Biden called the voter a ‘damn liar’ and challenged him to a push-up contest to prove his fitness for office
He pushed back on claims he helped his son get access to the job in Ukraine, which saw him receive a hefty paycheck, and also slammed the town hall attendee for suggesting he’s not fit for office at his age and health.
Biden challenged the gray-haired voter to a push-up contest to prove his fitness.
‘The reason I’m running is because I’ve been around a long time and I know more than most people know. And I can get things done. That’s why I’m running,’ Biden said.
He added: ‘If you want to check my shape, let’s do push-ups together, man. Let’s run. Let’s do whatever you want to do.’
A conversation between a confidential source and Burisma CFO Vadim Pojarski in 2015, according to an FBI document obtained by DailyMail.com last week, reveals that Hunter Biden was hired onto the company’s board to ‘protect us, through his dad, from all kinds of problems.’
At the time, Biden was vice president.
Burisma CEO Mykola Zlochevsky told the source: ‘It costs 5 (million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another Biden.’
Zlochevsky added that, although Hunter ‘was stupid,’ and his (Zlochevsky’s) dog was smarter, he was needed on the board ‘so everything will be okay.’
Biden, however, just four years after those messages were sent, said at a 2019 town hall: ‘No one has said my son has done anything wrong. And I did not on any occasion… set my son up to work for an oil company.’
New bombshell FBI documents reveal there was a $10 million payment to Joe and Hunter Biden in exchange for the then-Vice President using his influence to get a senior prosecutor fired
The voter told Biden that he heard the claims on MSNBC – a left-leaning Democratic-friendly network.
‘You did not hear that on MSNBC!’ the president shouted. ‘Look, I’m not going to get in an argument with you. Here’s the deal – any other questions?’
Biden called the man ‘too old.’
In addition to the recent FBI revelations, the House Oversight Committee held a hearing last week where two whistleblowers came forward claiming the president’s son was awarded preferential treatment in the IRS investigation into his tax crimes.
Republicans are critical of the ‘sweetheart deal’ Hunter reached with the Justice Department to plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax fraud charges and avoid jail time for those crimes, as well as lying on a federal form to purchase a firearm by claiming he was not a user or abuser of illicit drugs.
The whistleblowers claim the president’s son most definitely would have been charged with a felony if he were not being given special treatment.