The Secret Service under the Obama administration hid lucrative information about former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. Two Republican Senators, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Chuck Grassley of Iowa are attempting to get to the bottom of the bombshell news.
Specifically, the GOP senators are seeking information about details that the Secret Service hid, of Hunter Biden’s overseas travels to China, Russia and Kazakhstan while his father was serving as vice president in the Obama administration.
Johnson and Grassley say they have received 259 pages of documents, but information on entire years, 2010, 2011 and 2013 are missing. Those are the years that Biden traveled to Russia and China. Also missing are details about Hunter’s trips to Kazakhstan in May or June of 2014, despite those trips having been publicly reported.
Hunter had Secret Service protection while his father was vice president, but he requested for it to cease in July of 2014. The two GOP senators are investigating Hunter for “his use of government-sponsored travel while he conducted private business.”
The 259 pages from the Secret Service that were given to the two senators relating to Biden’s travels are “heavily redacted.” The senators say that during the “missing” years, Hunter was known to visit “China, Russia, Mexico, Spain and Italy.”
Daily Mail reports:
In 2013, one of the missing years, Biden was photographed touring Chinese factories and offices, touting for business for his investment firms and interests.
Biden stopped the Secret Service protection in July 2014, shortly after Time magazine published an article highlighting his financial ties to Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian natural gas conglomerate.
A report by the Senate Homeland Security Committee released in September 2020 indicates he took 411 domestic and international flights upon which the federal government provided security between June 2009 and July 2014.
Secret Service flight logs show that Hunter Biden traveled to at least 29 foreign countries, including one trip to Russia and five visits to China, respectively.