"It's been confirmed by independent cybersecurity experts that Joe Biden's son Hunter was actually financing biolabs in Ukraine that could be producing biochemical weapons at the request of the Biden crime syndicate," said Sharp.
Furthermore, Sharp said official documents uncovered by investigators revealed that the Department of Defense (DOD) awarded $370,000 to biolabs in Ukraine for Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) research in November 2019, which is nearly four months before the World Health Organization officially declared a global pandemic.
Maria Vladimirovna Zakharova, Russian Federation's director of Information and Press Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said President Joe Biden needs to explain his son's involvement with the laboratories.
"We can confirm that the key regime is engaged in military biological programs financed by the United States of America. It's impossible these programs were used to benefit science and peace because they were financed by the DOD. The Pentagon and Joe Biden must officially explain to the global community about the programs in Ukraine," Zakharova demanded.
Hunter's firm Rosemont Seneca invested half a million dollars in the San Francisco pathogen research company Metabiota, which is working in Ukraine. Hunter also secured additional funding through other firms like Goldman Sachs. Metabiota is a subcontractor for the DOD's engineering firm, Black and Veatch. (Related: Hunter Biden's laptop reveals Biden family's ties to "secret biological projects" in Ukraine.)
Ben Armstrong agreed with Sharp after playing the OAN clip during the June 1 episode of "The Ben Armstrong Show."
"It was named in those documents as COVID-19 research proving that this was a biological weapon release. But if they're going to release a biological weapon, they're not going to release a harmful one that comes back and kills them," he said.
"They destroyed the economy by scaremongering everyone with something they knew wasn't actually deadly. They've already practiced this to release a virus so that they could introduce a vaccine. People actually dying of COVID-19 is under one percent. It doesn't qualify as a pandemic at all. And the vaccine would be the bioweapon."
Armstrong also pointed out that Biden had a ton of benefits from COVID-19. "He took money from the Ukraine and China through Hunter Biden, who had the labs with COVID-19. Who else is involved in this? Dr. Fauci who hates Donald Trump," he said.
Elsewhere in the show, Armstrong reminded the public that during his term, Barack Obama gave a private bank $7 billion, which just disappeared. And the owner of the private bank is the same guy employing Hunter Biden.
"So, when Russia attacked Ukraine in February, the current administration thought, 'we can still take advantage of this,'" Armstrong said.
Ukraine is one of the ranked European countries where money laundering is rampant. Based on the Basel AML Index in 2020, Ukraine has a risk score of 5.23, where the weakest area is corruption followed by issues with political and civil rights, media freedom and the judiciary's independence.
Biden announced on March 16 an additional $800 million security assistance to Ukraine, bringing the total U.S. assistance committed to Ukraine to $2 billion since the start of the Biden administration. The assistance took the form of direct transfers of equipment from the DOD to the Ukrainian military.
"There's still money laundering during the war. They weren't going to stop. They never let a crisis go to waste," Armstrong noted. "They're paying off people and the money is going into all sorts of places. But it is not going to help the Ukrainian people."
The host cited the $3 trillion U.S. government spent in Iraq back in 2008. The middle east country looks the same as it did before U.S. spent trillions on the war.
"If a country spends $3 trillion in their state, there will be brand new buildings, everything would be brand new, massive. It would be like Dubai, which is one of the richest countries for a small country. However, the money was said to have been used on missiles to blow up people, except most them were small incursions and firefights. There was no massive military battle like it was in World War Two," Armstrong said.
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