In the complex and murky narrative surrounding Hunter Biden’s foreign business ventures, one mysterious figure has continually piqued the curiosity of those following the story: a character only referred to as “the big guy”. This elusive identity emerged from a 2017 message found in the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, according to the New York Post’s reporting in October 2020. This communication outlined an equity distribution for a venture, with one conspicuous detail: “10 held by H for the big guy?”
Since that revelation, the phrase has woven itself into the public discourse, gradually becoming synonymous with President Joe Biden himself. A recently publicized FBI document now further solidifies this connection, with the confirmation coming straight from the horse’s mouth— Mykola Zlochevsky, the CEO of Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings.
The document in question, an FD-1023 form used by the FBI to record information from confidential human sources, was released by Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa. Although unverified, this record presents a riveting glimpse into Hunter Biden’s involvement with Burisma Holdings based on a 2020 conversation with the confidential source, referred to in the document as CHS.
In a conversation noted from 2016, Zlochevsky allegedly stated, “it costs 5 (million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another Biden.” Even more tantalizing, a 2019 conversation quotes Zlochevsky claiming he did not pay any funds directly to the “Big Guy,” understood to be a reference to Joe Biden himself.
In response to the CHS’s question about the number of companies and bank accounts under his control, Zlochevsky allegedly remarked that it would take investigators a decade to trace all the records — implying the existence of concealed payments to Joe Biden.
The implications of this revelation are substantial, as noted by the Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, Rep. James Comer of Kentucky. He aligns this disclosure with the ongoing investigation into the Biden family’s alleged influence peddling, highlighting the purported use of multiple bank accounts to mask the source and total sum of money involved.
However, when a reporter inquired about the persistent usage of the term “the big guy” in reference to President Biden during a public event last month, the President’s response was terse, “Why do you ask such a dumb question?”
As the puzzle pieces continue to fit together, the public eye is drawn more closely to the ongoing investigation, seeking transparency and accountability from those at the helm of the nation. No matter where one falls on the political spectrum, the American public deserves the truth about any potential influence peddling and illicit dealings, no matter how powerful the implicated individuals may be. This unfolding story is a testament to the necessity of vigilance in protecting the integrity of our nation’s leadership.