The authenticity of damning emails found on the laptop of President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter has been confirmed by an additional source in a new book The Bidens. Written by Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger, at least two emails relating specifically to relationships with Chinese and Ukrainian businessmen have been verified.
Mainstream media has been neglectful in its coverage of Hunter Biden, largely ignoring the story completely. A trove of profoundly personal and detrimental text messages, photos, videos and emails were recovered from the laptop.
Two specific emails mentioned in the book were first reported by the New York Post which also reported they came from a laptop allegedly left by Hunter at a repair shop in Delaware. President Biden has, on numerous occasions, maintained he has had zero involvement or understanding of his son Hunter’s business dealings, an issue raised on the campaign trail.
However, the emails prove otherwise. A 2015 email from Ukrainian businessman Vadym Pozharsky thanks Hunter for “giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together.” Pozharsky was an adviser for Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian natural gas company that paid an exorbitant salary to Hunter for sitting on its board.
Hunter had zero experience in the industry; but, his father was vice president of the United States at the time. A source with “independent access” to Hunter’s emails was able to verify the email is genuine.
A second email from 2017 “reportedly outlines a deal between the Biden family and a now-defunct Chinese energy company is also real, the person said” reports National Review. The email was sent by Hunter Biden’s business partner James Gillar, who wrote “10 held by H for the big guy?”
Tony Bobulinsky, one of the recipients on the email and Hunter’s former business partner, said that line referred directly to Hunter holding a 10 percent stake in the deal for Joe Biden himself. With help from the liberal big tech, Twitter censored the distribution of the New York Post article exposing the emails during the 2020 presidential election.
Hunter, who has never been an artist, is now attempting to sell paintings, which has been authorized by the White House. Shocker. The White House claims to have agreed to an arrangement where the buyers will remain anonymous of the paintings that could cost nearly $500,000.
Former Office of Government Ethics head Walter Shaub said the scenario is “the perfect mechanism for funneling bribes” into the White House.