It has been confirmed that President Trump’s son, Trump Jr., met with Baltic International Bank founder Valērijs Belokoņs (Valeri Belokon), which has been named as a major Mexican drug cartel agent. Previously, they were caught laundering $860 million dollars in drug money extending all the way from Mexico to Russia. Ukranian companies were used to generated fake invoices and contracts.
It’s a personal connection that the Trump organization doesn’t want to admit to.
According to Scott Dworkin:
“Don Jr. is looking for an easy out. He met one on one with the head of a bank that was actively running a scam to launder money for mexican drug lords. When confronted with hard evidence, he didn’t deny or clarify, he ran away and hid like a coward.”
Trump not only met up with the controversial individual but when people tried to bring up the issue on Twitter, he reportedly blocked them.
The bank not only has ties to drug lords but has also been accused of multiple money laundering cases involving Russia, Latvia, Ukraine, UK, Seychelles Islands, New Zealand, Vanuatu, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico and the United States.
The other thing – Baltic International Bank has multiple offices in Moscow, Latvia, Ukraine, and London.
According to the Sternfacts:
“I first reported Trump Jr.’s trip to Latvia last October based on the Democratic Coalition’s research, but then only for its significance about his video confession to “lots of Russian business ties” when his father denied having Russian business ties.
We know that was a big fat lie.
Trump Jr.’s ties are President Trump’s ties since the younger is merely an agent of the Trump Organization family business — which is wholly owned by Donald Trump Sr.”
As you may or may not recall, the controversial bank personally congratulated Trump when he won the election on November 9th, 2016.
They released this statement:
Baltic International Bank has collaborated with the Trump Dynasty already several years ago — at the annual conference of the bank’s clients “Inheriting a Family Business and Raising the New Generation” in 2012. The son of the newly elected US president — Vice President at The Trump Organization Donald John Trump Jr. — attended the conference and gave a speech.
“After the meeting with D. J. Trump Jr., we were pleased to conclude that Baltic International Bank and the Trump Dynasty are united by common values — family values and succession of generations, both being very crucial in terms of a successful business and sustainable development of mankind,” the Chairman of the Council of Baltic International Bank Valērijs Belokoņs reveals.”