I have written several articles on our Presidential candidate Biden. A list of the links have been provided at the bottom of this article for your convenience. This article will, however address different aspects on Presidential candidate Biden’s Campaign.
Thanks to three brave Americans, we now know that Joe Biden has long misled the public about his involvement with his family’s foreign business entanglements while he served as vice president.
At considerable personal risk, former Biden family business partners Tony Bobulinski and Bevan Cooney, and computer shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac, have come forward with tens of thousands of primary-source documents — internal corporate records, emails, and text messages — detailing years of business dealings that centered on trading on the Biden name. This material suggests that, despite Joe Biden’s insistence that he knew nothing about his family’s business deals, he was well aware of his son Hunter Biden’s business ventures in China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and elsewhere.
These new troves constitute hard evidence of Biden family corruption, and confirm our reporting dating back to our 2018 book “Secret Empires.”
In 2018, when we first broke the foreign influence scandals that have now engulfed the former vice president, it seemed apparent that China and Ukraine were not paying Biden’s family members for their expertise, they were buying access to the vice president of the United States. This was never a scandal solely about Hunter or Joe’s brothers, James and Frank. It was, and has always been, a Joe Biden scandal.
For nearly three years, Biden and his surrogates have responded to the scandal with an increasingly unconvincing series of denials — including another from the former vice president in his last debate with President Trump.
In response to “Secret Empires,” one of Joe Biden’s aides said “we aren’t going to engage on a politically motivated hit pieces …” Team Biden did not bother to respond to specific allegations that the Biden family vacuumed up millions, in the exact locales where Biden was President Barack Obama’s policy “point man.”
When the issue re-emerged during the campaign, Team Biden continued to call it a “conspiracy theory” but this time, Joe Biden firmly put himself on record. “I have never discussed with my son or my brother or anyone else anything having to do with their businesses — period,” he told reporters in August 2019.
“I never talk with my son or my brother or anyone else in the distant family about their business interests, period.” He repeated similar blanket denials on numerous occasions.
These denials all proved to be untruthful. Period.
We now know that Joe Biden met directly with his son’s Chinese business partner, Jonathan Li, in a Chinese hotel lobby on a fateful trip in 2013 (a trip that allowed Hunter to spend hours with his father, the vice president, on a transoceanic flight to Beijing aboard Air Force Two). Ten days later, Hunter landed an unprecedented $1 billion private equity deal, bankrolled by the Chinese government.
But this was not the only meeting Joe Biden had with Biden family business partners. As the New York Post reported, emails on Hunter Biden’s hard drive reveal that on April 16, 2015, Joe Biden met with a high-level official of a controversial Ukrainian energy company, Burisma, which had put Hunter on its board. And a recently unearthed photo shows that Vice President Biden met with Hunter’s Kazakh business associate in Washington, DC.Enlarge Image
After first dismissing the gathering scandal as a “conspiracy theory,” the Biden team shifted to the position that Joe had never talked with his family about their business dealings, then shifted again to the position that he’d never met with his family’s business partners. Now, with the latest document revelations, Joe Biden unveiled his latest defense in the recent debate: “I have not taken a single penny from any country whatsoever, ever.”
Team Biden points to Joe and Jill Biden’s tax returns as evidence that Joe did nothing improper. It is worth noting that the family members upon whom foreign entities showered money are not required to disclose their finances.
We now know the Biden paydays were anything but conspiracy theories. Hunter was getting roughly $1 million per year from Burisma. Treasury Department alerts reveal that Russian oligarch Elena Baturina wired $3.5 million to Biden’s interests. New text messages reveal that China Energy Company Ltd (CEFC) apparently paid $5 million to the Biden family. Another email indicates Hunter demanded a $10 million-per-year “fee” from one of his Chinese business partners. There is no more doubt.
The New York Post broke news last week that Joe Biden himself may have benefited from his son’s dealings. The Post quoted a cryptic message from one of Hunter’s partners, saying that “10 [percent] held by H for the big guy?” The recipient of that message, Tony Bobulinski, says “there is no question” that “H” stands for Hunter and the “big guy” is Joe Biden.
We gain further insight into the operations of Biden Inc. in emails provided to us by Bevan Cooney, a former business associate of Hunter Biden. Cooney, who is currently in prison for his role in the Indian Bond Scheme that is sending Hunter Biden business partner Devon Archer also to jail, shared 26,000 emails that show what Hunter’s role was in their business ventures. The Biden name was considered “currency” for their foreign business ventures, and was a “direct … pipeline” to the Obama-Biden administration. Deals involving Hunter benefited from the “Biden lift,” the help that the name would provide in overseas dealings.
What might the Bidens’ foreign benefactors have expected in return for all this largesse? We can’t say. But some may see a correlation between that foreign money and Joe Biden’s policy posture toward the sources of that money.
Consider the case of the Penn Biden Center, a DC think tank named after Joe Biden. According to the center, its mission is to “Address Threats to the Liberal International Order.” The center analyzes the threats of “Russia” and “climate change” in detail. But China — the largest violator of basic human rights on the planet — does not make the list. Why? Perhaps we now know why.
It’s important to remember that conventional wisdom is not always wise. It emerges, after all, from a cloistered echo chamber in New York City and Washington, D.C., and is constantly reinforced, not corrected, by the chattering class that promotes it. This insularity was perfectly captured by Pauline Kael’s puckish comment after Richard Nixon’s landslide reelection. The New Yorker’s famed film critic was an early observer of America’s growing culture gap. “I only know one person who voted for Nixon,” she said. “Where they are I don’t know. They’re outside my ken. But sometimes when I’m in a theater I can feel them.”
Today, elites smell them. That is what disgraced FBI man Peter Strzok actually said after a trip to Walmart, and he and his ilk recoil, naturally, from the plebian aroma. But theirs is the nose of a sommelier, not a hunting dog. It failed to sniff out the social movement that elected Donald Trump in 2016, and today it is missing the rage sweeping about half the country. The fury comes from folks who don’t subscribe to the New York Times, let alone the New Yorker, and who don’t habituate yoga studios while carrying NPR tote bags, either. These “deplorables,” to use one memorable description, watch pro football, know when deer season begins, and think they are being badly governed by an unelected caste whose education, expertise, and ideology have not improved the lives of ordinary Americans. They are convinced that corporate suits who are currently lecturing them about race relations have outsourced their jobs and used the profits to buy political influence, as well as grandiose mansions. They know in their gut that this elite class has only contempt for them.
They knew it when they looked at Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, Michael Bloomberg, and Beto O’Rourke (but not Bernie Sanders). They like Joe Biden a lot better, perhaps even enough to lift him over the finish line. Joe himself recognizes this appeal and trades on it, emphasizing his working-class roots in Scranton, Pa. When voters think of the tragedies he has suffered, they do more than sympathize. They recognize that pain like his is the great leveler of the human condition. It makes him one with all of us who suffer and still try to live on.
But their doubts about Biden are rising as they learn more about corruption scandals surrounding Joe’s son Hunter and brother, Jim. The conventional wisdom — on both right and left, among political strategists in both parties — is that voters care much more about the economy and COVID-19. That’s correct. They do, and the polls show it. But that doesn’t mean the scandals are irrelevant. They matter politically for several reasons, all of them bad for Joe Biden. They imply the following:
- Biden is just another grifting politician who got rich in office;
- Uncle Joe’s persona as average, lower-middle class guy is just a cover story;
- His self-enrichment makes him the “Washington Swamp” incarnate, no different from all the other politicians turned lobbyists; and
- The media is so crooked it won’t honestly tell the public about these problems, lest they vote the wrong way.
These issues are not a distraction from Trump’s central campaign themes. They are his campaign themes and have been since he came down that Trump Tower escalator in 2015 to announce his improbable candidacy.
The connection between these issues and Trump’s closing argument is clearest when Biden’s deals involve Chinese communists. Resistance to China, economically and militarily, is one of Trump’s main policy issues and one of the sharpest divisions in the election. Biden family wheeling-and-dealing reveals the Democratic candidate is deeply enmeshed with Beijing, exemplifying both the Swamp and the globalism Trump is running against.
Mainstream media outlets have buried the corruption story despite growing evidence of Biden family deals in China, Ukraine, Iraq, Kazakhstan, and elsewhere. They let Joe get away with vague, blanket statements that “it is all a smear, Russian disinformation, and Trumpian diversion.” What they should be doing is asking if Biden is specifically denying the authenticity of the Delaware laptop or Tony Bobulinski’s confirmation of the evidence found on it. What the press should be doing is investigating the serious charges, not impugning the motives of the few reporters willing to report it. What they should be doing is lacerating the social media platforms that suppress the story, not suppressing it themselves.
When mainstream media outlets do mention Biden family corruption, they emphasize (correctly) that documents made public so far don’t show much direct involvement by Joe Biden himself, only that of his son and brother. (Bobulinski says he met with Joe Biden twice about the China deals, but that’s only one man’s word. Interestingly, Biden hasn’t specifically denied what he said. There is some evidence of Joe Biden meeting with Hunter’s foreign business partners and of Hunter being paid to arrange such meetings. There is plenty of evidence U.S. officials were concerned about Hunter Biden’s involvement with a shady Ukrainian energy company, Burisma, when his father was vice president in charge of America’s policy toward that country.)
While the media parses the evidence and buries the story, voters are not so quick to dismiss it. Those who have paid attention think, correctly, that no political leader could possibly be as ignorant of the pay-to-play schemes swirling around him as Joe Biden claims he was. They don’t believe Biden’s claim that he never discussed any business with his son. They are wiser than the conventional wisdom.
Sen. Ted Cruz may be right when he says the Biden business shenanigans won’t move many votes. But he may be wrong. They undermine Joe Biden’s central argument that he is the candidate of “character.” They reinforce Trump’s claim that the Swamp must be drained, that career politicians will never do it, and that Biden embodies Washington’s career politicians and their personal enrichment. They reinforce Trump’s claim that America’s main strategic rival, China, is trying to buy influence in Washington, that he is willing to confront it, and that Biden is too compromised and corrupt to confront Beijing, too committed to globalism, not Trump’s “America First” nationalism.
These issues are not peripheral to the presidential campaigns or voters’ concerns. They are among the most consequential issues in American politics. Trump is absolutely right to raise them. The media, which openly seeks Trump’s defeat, knows what is at stake when they spike those stories. The men and women of the Fourth Estate are helping their guy.
Hunter Biden’s addiction is not the issue. Joe Biden’s addiction is: His addiction to power and money. And it is the evidence of the former vice president’s corruption, and the national security risk our country would face by electing Biden, that is the story of the MacBook hard drive, not the salacious, verified photographs and videos of Hunter Biden.
For nearly a week, corporate media successfully ignored or downplayed news of the trove of Hunter Biden’s emails, texts, photographs, and videos recovered from a laptop abandoned at a Delaware computer repair store. Then confirmation of the authenticity of the materials first reported in the New York Post, and the release of a second set of emails — also confirmed— from another source finally forced the press to acknowledge the issue.
On Friday evening, CBS News’ Bo Erickson asked Joe Biden about the New York Post story as the Democrat candidate for president departed from a campaign stop in Michigan. “I have no response. It’s another smear campaign — right up your alley, those are the questions you always ask,” Biden snipped at the long-time reporter.
With more details coming out daily, this non-answer will not placate even a compliant press for long. Nor will the “Russia disinformation” narrative pushed by Biden’s media boosters suffice because multiple confirmations of the evidence establish this story is not disinformation.
It’s Not about Hunter’s Addiction, It’s about Joe’s
So, the dissembling will start, with Biden attempting to make the story about his son’s drug addiction. We already saw this when President Trump hit his opponent during the first presidential debate with the fact that once Biden “became vice president [Hunter] made a fortune in Ukraine, in China, in Moscow and various other places.” Biden’s first response was outright denial: “That is not true.” But that won’t work with the constantly accumulating evidence from the hard drive and the other independent emails.
So Biden’s second tack will likely be his campaign’s official response once they regroup over the weekend: “My son, like a lot of people at home, had a drug problem. He’s overtaking it. He’s fixed it. He’s worked on it. And I’m proud of him, I’m proud of my son,” Biden punched back during the first presidential debate.
Wisely, President Trump ignored the misdirection, replying, “But why was he given tens of millions of dollars?” “Moderator” Chris Wallace rescued Biden by interjecting, “We’ve already been through this. I think the American people would rather hear about more substantial subjects. Well, as the moderator, sir, I’m going to make a judgment call here.”
Senate Report Confirms Corruption
While Hunter Biden’s highly lucrative position on the board of the Ukrainian company Burisma has received some press, the media all but ignored the U.S. Senate committee report on “Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns.” This report not only details “examples of extensive and complex financial transactions involving the Bidens, it also describes the quandary other U.S. governmental officials faced as they attempted to guide and support Ukraine’s anticorruption efforts.”
The report’s key findings included concerns raised by “officials in Vice President Joe Biden’s office about the perception of a conflict of interest with respect to Hunter Biden’s role on Burisma’s board,” and a senior State Department official’s warning to Vice President Biden or his staff “that Hunter Biden’s position on Burisma’s board enabled Russian disinformation efforts and risked undermining U.S. policy in Ukraine.” The report also confirmed that former Secretary of State John Kerry “had knowledge of Hunter Biden’s role on Burisma’s board,” even though he falsely denied that knowledge during a town hall event in 2019.
The report was not limited to Hunter Biden’s role on the Burisma board and the Obama-Biden administration’s knowledge of that conflict of interest. The Senate committees also detailed Hunter’s receipt of “a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the wife of the former mayor of Moscow,” and Hunter’s opening of “a bank account with Gongwen Dong to fund a $100,000 global spending spree with James Biden and Sara Biden,” as well as his “business associations with Ye Jianming, Gongwen Dong, and other Chinese nationals linked to the Communist government and the People’s Liberation Army.”
“Those associations,” the report continued, “resulted in millions of dollars in cash flow,” some of which Hunter “paid nonresident women who were nationals of Russia or other Eastern European countries and who appear to be linked to an ‘Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring.’”
Whistleblower Turns Over Hunter’s Laptop
Then on Saturday, we learned from a letter sent by Sen. Ron Johnson, the chair of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, to FBI Director Christopher Wray, that the report triggered “a whistleblower” to contact Johnson’s “committee and informed [his] staff that he had possession of a laptop left in his business by Hunter Biden,” clearly the same source as behind the New York Post’s story.
The letter continued: “He also informed us that he provided its contents to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in response to a December 9, 2019 grand jury subpoena.” The FBI refused to confirm any or deny any information sought by the committee, including questions unrelated to ongoing grand jury investigations. Johnson stressed the importance of the FBI responding to the committee’s inquiry: “I have a responsibility to validate and verify the contents of any information produced to my committee. The committee must know if it receives information that could be fraudulent or not accurate.”
“For example,” Johnson’s letter continued, “if any information offered to the committee was linked to a foreign adversary’s attempt to interfere in the election, I would expect the FBI to ensure the committee is protected and receives a defensive briefing.” Additionally, as Johnson noted, “knowingly providing false information to Congress is a crime.” Johnson then listed a litany of questions concerning the laptop and the FBI’s efforts to verify the authenticity of the material, asking for an answer by Oct. 22, 2020.
It seems unlikely the FBI will respond to the inquiry, or at least not publicly, but to date, several outlets are claiming they confirmed the validity of the emails and other material on the hard drive, and the personal texts and photographs and videos released leave little doubt that the hard drive truly was Hunter Biden’s.
This Is about Joe Biden, Not Hunter
That is the extent of the relevance of the personal information being released: The public does not need to know of the unsavory and illegal behavior Hunter engaged in—much less watch it—while he was in the throes of addiction. America also does not need to read the words of anguish exchanged between an addict son undergoing rehab and his famous father.
Yet Hunter Biden’s addiction, and the fact that tens of thousands of other Americans suffer similar demons, does not atone for the sins of the father. And that is what the email and text scandal concerns: Evidence that Joe Biden, while vice president of the United States, knowingly allowed his son to profit by selling access to Biden and others in the Obama administration, including to Communist Party of China leaders, and then lied about it.
The emails and texts Joe personally received also suggest a cut from Hunter’s influence-peddling. For instance, one email published by the New York Post detailed a deal Hunter Biden pursued with China’s largest private energy company that was “interesting for me and my family.”
A May 13, 2017 email with the subject line “Expectations” listed expected “renumeration packages” for various individuals, including “‘H,’ apparently referring to Biden.” The Post noted that “the deal also listed ‘10 Jim’ and ‘10 held by H for the big guy?’” but did not identify the “big guy.” However, sources have told Fox News “‘the big guy’ is a reference to the former vice president.”
A text recovered from the hard drive also suggests the former vice president may have received a cut of Hunter’s “earnings.” “I Hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family For 30 years,” a screenshot of a text from January 2019 to Hunter’s daughter read. “It’s really hard. But don’t worry unlike Pop I won’t make you give me half your salary.”
This Compromising Material Is a National Security Risk
Evidence of this scandal is too strong to ignore or to allow Joe Biden, the Democratic Party, or corporate media to cast aside as an unseemly attack on a recovering drug addict, and not merely because of the corruption at issue. Every country, every foreign politician or political faction, and every corrupt oligarch or business that paid for access has the emails, notes, receipts, itineraries, fund transfers, and maybe even photographs or recordings. And that makes Joe Biden a national security risk.
Remember, it was Acting Attorney General Sally Yates’ concern that then-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn was a national security risk that sent her to the White House to get him fired. The Russians would know, she maintained, that Flynn had misrepresented to Vice President Mike Pence his conversations with the Russian ambassador, and that would leave Flynn compromised. Of course, that theory was so preposterous that even disgraced former FBI Director James Comey called it a stretch.
But there is a world of difference between a conversation among a transition team member and a foreign ambassador and a conversation between individuals with foreign interests and the former vice president, bought and paid for with cash funneled through his son. A compromise of that kind holds serious national security issues, which is why our country needs a full vetting of this evidence.
If the emails and texts are fake, we need to know that. But all indications to date are that they are real, and spectacularly damning. And that has nothing to do with Hunter Biden’s addiction, and everything to do with Joe Biden’s unfitness for office.
After studying Biden’s life I have come to two conclusions, first he is lazy, he tries to take the easy way out. He plagiarized in college, and in both of his campaigns for President. He even stole most of Trumps ideas for his campaign in 2020. However, by that time the media covered for him, so he got away with it. He also has lose morals, Hunter Biden repeatedly sold access to his father when he was Obama’s VP, for millions of dollars. He has been in public office all his life, yet he is net worth is approximately $10 million. So the question is where did his money come from, well now we know. Thanks to Hunter’s laptop from hell. So should he even be eligible to run for office? The answer is maybe. However, he did not by any stretch of the imagination win the election honestly. so now we most likely will have a president with loose morals and is lazy to boot.
nypost.com, “Longstanding claims of Biden corruption all but confirmed with Hunter’s emails,” By Peter Schweizer and Seamus Bruner; realclearpolitics.com, “Biden Family Corruption Does Matter,” By Charlie Lipson; breitbart.com, “Nolte: 12 Reasons the Joe Biden Corruption Revelations Are Credible,” By John Nolte; thefederalist.com, “The Biden Corruption Scandal Isn’t About Hunter, It’s About Joe,” By Margot Cleveland;
12 Reasons the Joe Biden Corruption Revelations Are Credible
Every document, every piece of whistleblower testimony only solidifies the allegations. Nothing, so far has in any way undermined the allegations. Nothing has even contradicted the allegations. And this is so, despite the fact that we all know the national news media are right now moving heaven and earth, are spending billions of corporate dollars, in a cynical effort to discredit the allegations.
So here are 12 the reasons why everyone should see the allegations as credible…
- On The Record Whistleblowers
Navy veteran and former Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski is not in hiding, is not leaking, is not cloaked in anonymity. He has given us his name. His face. He is on the record with his allegation that Joe Biden was well aware of what Hunter was up to and benefited from it.
- Tony Bobulinksi Is a First-Hand Source
Bobulinski is not a third or second hand source. He’s not someone “familiar with the situation.” Bobulinski was there. He was Hunter’s business partner. He says he spoke directly to Joe Biden. This is not gossip. This is not hearsay. This is what’s known as witness testimony.
He also stated, “Hunter introduced me as, ‘this is Tony, dad, the individual I told you about that’s helping us with the business that we’re working on and the Chinese.’” And that it was “crystal clear” that Hunter Biden had told his father about his business dealings.
Bobulinski added, “I didn’t request to meet with Joe. They requested that I meet with Joe.”
“I’ve seen Vice President Biden saying he never talked to Hunter about his business. I’ve seen firsthand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line,” Bobulinski said.
- If Bobulinski is Lying He’s Going to Prison
Bobulinski is talking to the FBI. Telling the FBI what he has testified to publicly.
Lying to the FBI is a felony.
- Bobulinski Is a Democrat
“Federal Elections Commission records show that Bobulinski made political contributions to Democratic candidates for office from 2013 to 2015. His donations included contributions to Rep. Ro Khanna, [D-CA], and Sen. Bob Menendez, [D-NJ],” reports Fox News.
- Bobulinski Has Documents and Recording to Back Up His Claims
Bobulinski confirms that Joe Biden is the “Big Guy” named in numerous documents and has documents of his own that show “The Big Guy” getting a piece of the foreign money pie. An email, dated May 13, 2017, included a discussion of “remuneration packages” for six people in a business deal with a now-bankrupt Chinese firm called CEFC China Energy Co. The email talks about how “Hunter has some office expectations he will elaborate.” This included an equity split where “the big guy” got ten percent.
Bobulinksi has produced this email and it was also found on the laptop everyone believes was once Hunter’s and left at a computer repair shop.
- Neither Joe nor Hunter Biden Have Disputed the Emails
Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, and the Biden campaign are not disputing the credibility of the documents and emails. Nor are they saying Bobulinski is lying.
Instead, during the final days of a presidential campaign, Joe Biden has decided that rather than answer, explain, or dispute these credible allegations, he’s going to go into hiding.
- Emails from Bevan Cooney, a Second Hunter Biden Business Partner
This is called corroboration…
Cooney is in prison and has released his emails to Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute and senior contributor-at-large at Breitbart News. This is entirely different from the emails obtained by the New York Post from the laptop.
These emails also point to Joe Biden’s corruption:
Newly obtained emails from a Hunter Biden business partner lay out in detail how the Vice President’s son and his colleagues used their access to the Obama-Biden administration to arrange private meetings for potential foreign clients and investors at the highest levels in the White House. These never-before-revealed emails outline how a delegation of Chinese investors and Communist Party officials managed to secure a private, off-the-books meeting with then-Vice President Joe Biden.
In a 2011 email, Hunter Biden’s business associates also discussed developing relations with what one called “China Inc.” as part of a “new push on soft diplomacy for the Chinese.” These emails are completely unconnected to the Hunter Biden emails being released by the New York Post.
The Corporate Media’s Deafening Silence
If the corporate media could debunk these allegations, it would be the biggest story in the world right now. Since they cannot — even though you know they are aggressively trying to behind the scenes — they are ignoring the story and, without any evidence whatsoever, declaring it Russian lies, in the hope that will be enough to drag old Joe over the finish line.
- We Have Voice Mails
On top of the documents and emails Bobulinski released to substantiate his claims about Joe Biden’s corruption, he also released audiotape of what he says is of a phone conversation with Rob Walker, a man who says he represents the Biden family. Here’s the transcript as it appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show this week:
CARLSON: The Biden family knew that you were going public with this. And you spoke to Rob Walker about it — again, the self-described Biden family representative — and Biden family, meaning Joe Biden as well — what was his response when you let him know that you were going public with this?
BOBULINSKI: Trying to coach me.
BOBULINSKI: Trying to sort of say, hey, we don’t want to do that, we don’t want press trucks out in front of our house. I’m going to have to move, I could lose my job, and all of that — you know, I’m not trying to cause harm to anyone in this situation —
BOBULINSKI: — let alone Rob Walker and his family, James Gilliar and his family. But basically, Rob’s position was, if you go on record with all these facts, you’ll bury all of us.
Tony Bobulinski: “If he doesn’t come out on record I am providing the facts.”
Rob Walker: “Tony. You’re just gonna bury all of us man.”
CARLSON: What was your response to that?
BOBULINSKI: I was focused on pushing these guys to do the right thing, to demonstrate an ounce of integrity in front of the American people. They all know the facts; I lived the facts. And luckily for the American people, all the facts are extremely well documented.
- Rob Walker Has Not Denied That Was Him
Rob Walker has not denied that is his voice on the recording, nor has he claimed Fox News or Tucker Carlson or Tony Bobulinski took him out of context.
And Walker is something more than a Biden family representative… His wife, Betsy Massey Walker, is the “long-time White House personal assistant of Jill Biden, Joe Biden’s wife.”
From the emails we’ve seen, Walker had his fingers in all kinds of business dealings involving Hunter and Joe Biden.
- The Photographs
Joe Biden claims he had nothing to do with Hunter’s business, and yet there are photographs of Biden meeting with Hunter’s shady business associates.
No Evidence Disputing Testimony or Documents
There is not a shred of evidence out there that in any way undermines the credibility of the emails, the voice mails, or Bobulinki’s testimony.
- Joe Biden Is on Video Admitting He Withheld Taxpayer Money from Ukraine
Watch Joe Biden brag about doing what President Donald Trump was falsely impeached for… Threatening to withhold U.S. aid from Ukraine unless Ukraine agrees to fires a prosecutor who was looking into Bursima, a shady energy company that paid Hunter $50,000 to $83,000 a month — a month! — even though Hunter has no experience in the energy sector. Oh, and here’s a photo of Joe Biden golfing with Hunter and Devon Archer, a member of Burisma’s board just two years before Joe blackmailed Ukraine into firing the prosecutor looking into Burisma.
So there you have it… Documents, texts, and emails that have not been disputed, on-the-record testimony, first-hand testimony, emails, multiple sources, corroboration, the risk of prison, audio recordings, photographs, videos, Joe Biden in hiding…
A Brief List of Hunter Biden’s International Dealings:
-Beginning in 2013, Hunter was a partner in a China-based private equity fund BHR Partners, holding a 10 percent stake.
-Beginning in 2014, Hunter had a seat on the board of Ukraine’s Burisma Holdings, for which he was paid $83,333 a month to serve as a “ceremonial figure” with a “powerful name.”
-In early 2014, Hunter received a wire transfer of $3.5 million from billionaire Elena Baturina, widow of the former mayor of Moscow, for unknown reasons.
-In 2017, Hunter signed a consulting contract with China’s largest private energy company, CEFC China Energy, guaranteeing Hunter $10 million a year plus a 50% stake in the company “for introductions alone,” according to leaked emails.