Exclusive– Sam Nunberg: Biden Abandoned Ukraine for Cutting Off Hunter

WASHINGTON, D.C. - JANUARY 20: Vice-President Joe Biden and sons Hunter Biden (L) and Beau Biden walk in the Inaugural Parade January 20, 2009 in Washington, DC. Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States, becoming the first African-American to be elected President of the …
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Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg believes that President Joe Biden essentially gave Vladimir Putin the green light to invade Ukraine because the Ukrainian energy company Burisma stopped bribing him after the 2016 election of former President Donald Trump.

Speaking with politics editor Matthew Boyle on Breitbart News Saturday, Nunberg expanded on a tweet he posted Friday suggesting that Biden abandoned Ukraine due to Hunter Biden’s corruption.

“Hunter Biden was paid by Burisma $80,000 a month to simply sit on the board,” Nunberg told Boyle. “Fortune 500 companies don’t pay $80,000 a month to board members. They were under an investigation by an investigator who was really someone non-corruptible about all these bribery deals that Burisma was doing.”

“And you know Joe Biden says and takes credit for getting, as VP, that investigator fired in return for a loan from the U.S. government,” he continued. “Now, what happens when Donald Trump wins the election in 2016? — they cut Hunter Biden’s fee per month in half and then, eventually, they cut him off.”

Nunberg later explained that President Biden would not have essentially invited Russia to take over Ukraine had his son Hunter been paid “handsomely.”

“I am sure had Hunter Biden continued to be paid handsomely, more handsomely than he was when Joe was out of office, it would’ve been a little different,” asserted Nunberg. ” I am sure that had President Zelensky not really taken a neutral position, which he did, during that impeachment — he didn’t go out of his way to defend Joe Biden either, and Joe Biden’s actions and Hunter Biden’s actions, during that hoax impeachment against President Trump — things could’ve been different.”

Nunberg noted that former President Trump strengthened NATO and approved the sale of heavy arms to Ukraine during his tenure.

“One of his immediate intiatives vis-a-vis Europe was stopping the Russia/Putin Nordstream pipeline,” he said. “Biden has immediately given that pipeline to Putin.”

Nunberg concluded that Hunter Biden has probably had conversations with his dad about Ukraine and his dislike for President Volodymyr Zelensky’s anti-corruption stance.

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - JUNE 16: U.S. President Joe Biden (R) and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet during the U.S.-Russia summit at Villa La Grange on June 16, 2021 in Geneva, Switzerland. Biden is meeting his Russian counterpart, Putin, for the first time as president in Geneva, Switzerland. (Photo by Peter Klaunzer - Pool/Keystone via Getty Images)

U.S. President Joe Biden (R) and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet during the U.S.-Russia summit at Villa La Grange on June 16, 2021, in Geneva, Switzerland. (Photo by Peter Klaunzer – Pool/Keystone via Getty Images)

“One of the reasons I think that Joe Biden is willing to just give up territorial integrity like it’s candy to Russia in negotiations is because, as he said that he was talking to his terrible person of a son in Hunter Biden,” he said, “He also was probably talking to him about Ukraine, and I’m sure Hunter is not a fan of Zelensky and Ukraine’s not useful to them.”

While Nunberg emphasized that Americans should not have to spill blood to defend Ukraine, he worried that President Biden’s abandonment of the country will encourage China to invade Taiwan — a country and ally that Americans will have to defend if the time comes.

“It’s a different issue if China invades Taiwan,” Nunberg argued. “That should be something that should get hot if China invades Taiwan. If you’re looking at Afghanistan, you’re looking at Ukraine now — you’re looking that you have just had the Olympics held in Beijing after you have leaked the Wuhan virus. You’ve seen what’s in office here; you know what’s going on domestically here … I don’t know why you’re not going into Taiwan in a year and a half.”


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