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'Wow': Mark Levin details big Hunter Biden developments the 'Democrat Party media' ignores

Monday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin read a report by John Solomon detailing how the Ukraine gas firm that employed Hunter Biden pressured the Obama administration to end corruption allegations against the firm. Solomon obtained memos that show "multiple contacts" with Obama's state department, "including one just a month before Vice President Joe Biden forced Ukraine to fire the prosecutor investigating his son’s company for corruption."

From the report:

During that February 2016 contact, a U.S. representative for Burisma Holdings sought a meeting with Undersecretary of State Catherine A. Novelli to discuss ending the corruption allegations against the Ukrainian firm where Hunter Biden worked as a board member, according to memos obtained under a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. (I filed that suit this summer with the help of the public interest law firm the Southeastern Legal Foundation.)

Just three weeks before Burisma’s overture to State, Ukrainian authorities raided the home of the oligarch who owned the gas firm and employed Hunter Biden, a signal the long-running corruption probe was escalating in the middle of the U.S. presidential election.

Hunter Biden’s name, in fact, was specifically invoked by the Burisma representative as a reason the State Department should help, according to a series of email exchanges among U.S. officials trying to arrange the meeting. The subject line for the email exchanges read simply “Burisma.”

"Wow, this isn't leading any of the news programs tonight," Levin said.

Listen:

Levin criticized the mainstream media for refusing to dig into possible corruption involving the Obama administration and Hunter Biden. "Now, there's a lot more here on Hunter Biden and the Bidens, but the so-called, what I call the Democrat Party media, won't expend any resources to investigate it. The New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, they don't want to expend resources to look into this."

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