The news these days for President Joe Biden and his errant son Hunter is almost all bad. As the Justice Department investigates Hunter Biden for tax and weapons charges, it’s become increasingly obvious over the years that Joe Biden has far more to answer for than Hunter does.
The headlines haven’t been kind to the Biden White House of late: “Hunter Biden payments to Eastern European escort ring were flagged by bank: Report,” “Hunter Biden laptop shows dozens of meetings with dad, business partners,” “Overwhelming Evidence: Joe Biden Lied, Had Dozens of Meetings with Hunter Biden’s Business Partner,” “Inside The Biden Family Business (Or Not),” and, perhaps most seriously of all, “Report: Justice Department Weighs Charging Hunter Biden for Tax, Gun Violations.”
Yes, Joe Biden has been revealed to be a grifter who tolerated his own very compromised son’s illegal escapades in order to build his family’s wealth. And then he lied about it, repeatedly. What’s shocking is how long it’s gone on.
Many of the recent revelations come from Hunter Biden’s misplaced laptop, whose contents are now being spilled on the Internet as the mainstream media do their best to ignore the lost PC’s politically disastrous contents.
There is a virtual mountain of damning information emerging from that small computer.
It starts with Hunter possibly lying to get a gun permit in 2018, saying on the application he had no drug addictions when in fact he was a major user of illicit drugs.
But that isn’t all. More serious is the charge that then-Vice President Joe Biden met repeatedly with Hunter from 2008 to 2016 after he had contacts with foreign “business” partners. Biden has repeatedly, and categorically, denied this. But the evidence is overwhelming.
As the New York Post recently wrote, “Hunter Biden met with his father at least 30 times at the White House or the vice president’s residence, often just days after he returned home from overseas business jaunts.”
The question is, what was the content of all those meetings? Was Hunter a bagman for Joe Biden’s well-known “connections” in Ukraine, Russia and China?
Even more intriguing is the fact that Eric Schwerin, the president of Hunter Biden’s “investment company” Rosemont Seneca Partners, was invited to attend at least 21 of the 30 meetings.
As the Post noted, “Schwerin was a longtime Hunter Biden business confidante, and had access to the elder Biden’s personal financial information.” These don’t sound like family schmooze fests, but rather like serious business.
Over at American Greatness, another piece of the puzzle has been added. It shows that the Biden administration recently has “limited access” to more than 150 “suspicious activity” reports on Hunter Biden.
Now why would it do that? more