Hunter Biden, Joe Biden shared finances, so they probably shared payouts too

The evidence that President Joe Biden benefited directly from son Hunter’s influence-peddling operation just keeps mounting. 

The latest? 

Emails and bank records revealed by Rep. Jim Comer (R-Ky.) and the House Oversight Committee show that the Biden family took in at least $20 million from Hunter’s high-level influence peddling operations.

That comes atop mountains of evidence suggesting Joe’s own finances were inextricably intermingled with Hunter’s. 

Here’s just a few of things the money from Hunter’s adventures in business was used for:

  • Upkeep on Joe’s sprawling Delaware mansion and grounds.
  • A cellphone used by “JRB” (what are the chances it’s anyone other than Joseph Robinette Biden?).
  • Vacations and even tax payments, per a former Biden family biz associate.

Plus, we’ve known since the discovery of Hunter’s laptop at a computer repair shop in Delaware that the first son had complained about having to give his father half of his income

Evidence reveals the Biden family received nearly $20 million dollars from Hunter’s business colleagus.
AFP via Getty Images

Consider then the fact that all those millions in questionable cash have flowed through Hunter’s complicated network of shell companies. The payouts include:

  • $8.1 million from Hunter’s China deal with CEFC in 2017.
  • $6.5 million from Ukrainian energy company Burisma, which gave Hunter a highly-paid board seat from 2014 to 2019.
  • $3.5 million from Russian oligarch (and wife of a former Moscow mayor) Yelena Baturina.

We’re supposed to believe that Hunter, who plainly paid for his dad’s cellphone, gave zero of this to Joe?  

Especially since Joe was on the phone with and meeting Hunter’s business associates face to face, and then cold-bloodedly lying about it for years?

Fine: The congressional probe has uncovered no direct evidence of foreign payments to Joe — yet.

But Hunter said he was handing his dad big bucks, and already-uncovered records show at least nine members of the Biden family getting sent payments

And that’s to say nothing of the 10% of equity in Hunter’s potential CEFC deal “held by H for the big guy,” as per an email from former biz associate James Gilliar (Gilliar and another former partner, Tony Bobulinski, have separately confirmed that the “big guy” is Joe). 

Or that former associate Devon Archer testified before Congress that Joe’s name “brought the most value to the brand” when it came to Hunter’s wheeler-dealing. 

Or the explosive allegation from a source deemed credible by the FBI that Burisma head Mykola Zlochevsky bragged of paying Joe and Hunter $5 million apiece to kibosh the Ukrainian anti-corruption probe into the company. 

Devon Archer, served as Hunter Biden’s former business partner at O’Neill House.
Julia Nikhinson – CNP for NY Post / MEGA

The President’s shifting story on his knowledge of his son’s business activities (from outright denial to “he’s never done business with him”) and the media’s protection racket of Hunter strike an increasingly suspicious public and belatedly curious press as fishy.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is 100% right to demand that Joe himself hand over his bank statements. 

The American people can see the smoke, they need to see for themselves if there’s fire, too. If you’ve got nothing to hide, then draw a line under this once and for all. It’s on you, Joe.

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