John Solomon: US officials knew in February that Ukraine was reopening Burisma case and specifically mentioned Hunter Biden

John Solomon is reporting tonight on Hannity that US officials knew in March of this year that Ukraine was reopening the Burisma case and specifically looking into funds that went from Burisma to Hunter Biden:

Here’s the important part of what Solomon reported:

I can confirm to you tonight that the US government had open source intelligence and was aware that as early as February of 2019 that the Ukrainian government was planning to reopen the Burisma investigation. This is long before the president ever imagined having a call with President Zelensky. In fact it’s before President Zelensky was even elected. This is a significant shift in the factual timeline. This is information that was omitted from the whistleblower’s complaint.

Solomon goes on to explain that Nabu, an anti-corruption company in the Ukraine (which incidentally was started by Joe Biden), requested a reopening of the investigation into Burisma, its owner, and its unusual transactions in February of 2019. In the following month, on March 28, the general prosecutor’s office agreed to open an investigation and filed a “Notice of Suspicion”.

At the heart of the investigation are illicit funds that were running through Burisma from 2010-2015, which Solomon says is important because Hunter Biden was on the board of the company for the last two of those years. Solomon even says the Notice of Suspicion says that Hunter Biden’s firm may have been part of these illicit funds moving through the company.

Solomon confirms that US officials knew about all of this via open source intelligence. The question is whether the so-called whistleblower knew about this (being in intelligence) and intentionally omitted it from the whistleblower report because it didn’t fit the narrative, or whether they knew about it at all.

Here’s the full interview below, with Hannity announcing that John Solomon is now working for Fox News:

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