Joe Biden was far more than a passive bystander who didn’t know the details of his son Hunter’s worldwide business machinations, but in fact was “assisting and benefiting financially,” according to the newest analysis of Hunter Biden’s emails by Just the News.
The organization repeatedly has dug into the records of the family’s scandals abandoned, in a laptop computer, by Hunter Biden at a repair shop.
Its newest review of more than 100,000 emails found on the laptop, evidence it described as “smoking guns,” shows Joe Biden actively referred business deals to Hunter Biden, and even mingled finances with him, sometimes having Hunter pay his bills, sometimes paying them for Hunter.
The deals even were being discussed, and developed, while Joe Biden was vice president.
“For instance, a string of spring and summer 2010 emails show Hunter Biden and a partner at his Rosemont Seneca firm assisted the White House with documents for Joe Biden’s tax returns after his first year in office. Afterwards, they chose to divert the then-vice president’s Delaware state tax refund to Hunter Biden to pay off money the father owed his son, the emails state.”
Rosemont Seneca official Eric Schwerin wrote that summer, of Joe Biden’s refund, “I am depositing it in his account and writing a check in that amount back to you since he owes it to you. Don’t think I need to run it by him, but if you want to go ahead.”
Shortly after, Schwerin emailed about “JRB bills” that included expenses from one of Joe Biden’s homes, his lakefront mansion in Wilmington, Delaware, that had been paid by Hunter, such as $1,239 for air conditioner repairs, $1,475 to paint the “back wall and columns at the lake house,” $475 for shutters and $2,600 for a “stone retaining wall” repair.
“Other emails suggested Joe Biden — often referred to as ‘Pop,’ the ‘big guy,’ and ‘my chairman’ in sensitive communications — was looking to Hunter Biden and Schwerin to find him riches for when he left office,” Just the News found.
It explained “There have been hints that Hunter Biden was providing a cut of his business to his father” while Joe Biden was in the Obama White House and after, ever since Peter Schweizer released his “Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends.”
The report cited the 2017 email that suggested 10% of one of Hunter Biden’s deals with Chinese interests was being held for the “big guy,” and Hunter Biden’s own confession to his daughter that, “unlike pop, I won’t make you give me half your salary.”
Just the News worked with the Government Accountability Institute on the review of the 100,000 emails and text messages as well as bank records and more.
They reveal Hunter and Joe Biden “commingled finances and business affairs.”
Joe Biden is on record, multiple times, insisting he “never” talked with Hunter about his son’s business operations that spanned the globe, including huge paychecks from Chinese interests, Russian interests, Ukrainians and many more.
Hunter Biden traveled multiple times with his father on Air Force Two to other parts of the globe, and several times came back with significant payoffs from newly announced business agreements.
It was just after Joe Biden was sworn in as vice president, that Hunter Biden and others, Devon Archer and Christopher Heinz, set up the “Rosemont Seneca” operations, which later included a long list of branches, Just the News reported.
“With these entities in place, Joe Biden’s brother James and son Hunter were able to cash in with foreign interests in regions of the world where the elder Biden held substantial sway. James Biden, for example, landed a billion-dollar construction contract in Iraq while the vice president oversaw the U.S. military occupation there. Hunter Biden (along with Devon Archer) scored ‘millions of dollars’ from the corrupt Ukrainian oil and gas company, Burisma, coinciding with Joe Biden’s ‘point man’ appointment in the region,” the report documented.
“Neither Hunter Biden nor James Biden had any experience in Ukrainian energy or Iraqi construction, respectively. So why were they hired?”
A lawyer for Hunter Biden declined to return repeated messages seeking comment.
But the evidence in the emails shows Hunter Biden and his partners were able to get dozens of members of what was called “China Inc.” a meeting in the White House with Joe Biden, the report said.
Another time Joe Biden, traveling to China as vice president, met in a hotel lobby with Jonathan Li, who then worked with Hunter Biden on a “billion-dollar private equity deal.”
Multiple times Hunter Biden’s fellow operators met with Joe Biden in the White House or elsewhere, the report confirmed.
In fact, Hunter Biden even got mad when he didn’t get the results he wanted.
Just the News confirmed, “And in February 2016, Hunter sent an angry email to the grandson of a former Mexican president stating, ‘I have brought every single person you have ever asked me to bring to the F’ing White House and the Vice President’s house and the inauguration and then you go completely silent — I don’t hear from you for months.’ Hunter Biden was furious that he had ‘delivered on every single thing’ the Mexican oligarch had ever asked without reciprocation.”
The emails even show “Schwerin worked with Hunter Biden on a plan titled ‘JRB Future Memo’ outlining ways for Joe Biden to make more money once he left the White House.”
The result included, “The Chinese intelligence-linked company CEFC China Energy waited until February 2017 — weeks after Joe Biden returned to the private sector (for the first time in decades) — to begin enriching the Biden family for deals struck between 2015 and 2016. The Bidens’ CEFC dealings resulted in a nearly $6 million windfall (and a three-carat diamond) that went directly into Hunter and James Biden, according to the emails and evidence Senate investigators published.”
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