MI6 Leader Says Hunter Biden Should’ve Moved Quicker Over Scandal Overseas

(FiveNation.com)- Sir Richard Dearlove, the former head of Britain’s MI6 (the United Kingdom’s Foreign Intelligence Service), said recently that Hunter Biden should not have accepted his role on the board of a Ukrainian energy company.

In a podcast released last Thursday, Dearlove said that the son of the now-president should have “run a mile” when offered the job at Burisma as it made his father “potentially vulnerable” when he was the vice president.

Dearlove made the comments on the One Decision podcast with Alexander Vindman, a retired Army Colonel who gave evidence against former President Donald Trump during the first attempt to impeach him.

Vindman had claimed he was concerned that the former president used a call with the Ukrainian president to advance his own political interests, despite the evidence showing otherwise. An entire transcript of the call was publicly available, but the impeachment hearings went ahead anyway.

He asked Dearlove whether he believes the controversy surrounding President Joe Biden and his son’s business dealings abroad, including his lucrative deal with Ukraine’s Burisma, overshadowed the fake controversy surrounding President Trump.

Dearlove responded by saying he believes that both Bidens were “incredibly unwise” and that it was a “massive error of judgment” that made Biden “potentially vulnerable.”

Well, not just potentially vulnerable, but likely guilty of corruption…no?

He said that we “don’t actually know a lot” but the idea of Hunter getting a job with the Ukrainian energy company while his father was vice president was unwise.

“He shouldn’t have been anywhere near it,” he continued.

Tell us something we don’t know.