This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
A member of Congress has revealed that Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company that was under investigation for corruption back when Joe Biden was vice president for Barack Obama, hired Biden's son, Hunter, for tens of thousands of dollars a month to be on its board to make that investigation go away.
Then the owner complained that he had paid one Biden $5 million and was having to pay another Biden another $5 million to finish the job.
It was Joe Biden, actually, who ordered the Ukrainian government to fire that prosecutor or risk the loss of American financial help.
He did that while on an official government trip to Ukraine, then came back to America and bragged about what he'd done:
The bribery scenario was explained by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., who was one of the members of Congress allowed this week to view a document submitted to the FBI by a "confidential human source."
That source reportedly had discussed the circumstances directly with an official for Burisma:
Green explained that the business atmosphere in Ukraine at the time was that corporations routinely budgeted for bribes to be paid to get their projects done.
With Burisma under investigation for corruption at the time, that company's officials reportedly decided to hire Hunter Biden "to make the problem go away," Greene reported. "That's what they specifically said."
Hunter Biden's massive paychecks, tens of thousands of dollars a month for years, previously have raised eyebrows, as he had no experience at all in the gas industry.
Greene said the information is "extremely credible" because the information is from an informant that the FBI has used over a number of years.
The document the source submitted, in fact, has long been in the possession of the FBI and came to light only when a whistleblower contacted members of Congress about the stunning evidence.
The FBI, since then, has tried to keep the document concealed, only allowing a few members of Congress to see it after FBI chief Christopher Wray was threatened with a contempt of Congress charge for refusing to submit to a subpoena.
Greene explained Burisma apparently was trying to buy a U.S.-based oil or gas company at the time, and the "informant" was "trying to do the right thing, in trying to advise Burisma" to work out their legal problems, the subject of the investigation.
"The owner of Burisma said Hunter was stupid and his other business partner was smart. He also said that he paid $5 million to one Biden and he paid $5 million to another Biden."
Greene explained, "It was all a bribery to get Shokin [the prosecutor investigating Burisma] fired and end the investigation."
Green said the actions were "definitely illegal for a vice president of the United States and family members."
She also said the document revealed the Burisma official was "not happy" with President Trump's win in 2016, and that the official said it would "take years" for the public to find out the payments because of the multiple bank accounts involved.
The "official told the informant [he has] evidence showing payments to Hunter and Joe Biden," Greene said.
"This owner of Burisma kept a record, especially of the bribes," she said.
The prosecutor, Victor Shokin, was dismissed following Joe Biden's threat to withhold American financial support to Ukraine at the time.
Greene is on the House Oversight Committee, whose members were given access to see the document.
The White House declined to respond to a WND request for comment. But earlier in the week, Joe Biden challenged reporters with "Where's the money?" when asked about the bribe.
But, the suggestions of massive amounts of money coming to the Biden family members, along with a multitude of bank accounts being involved, align with what House investigators already have revealed. Their initial report on their investigation into the Bidens found some $10 million had been sent to various Biden family members by foreign interests in recent years.
But the investigation found no discernible product or service provided by the family, except access to Joe Biden.