After Democrats and a complicit media establishment smeared early right-leaning reporting, the New York Times conceded the authenticity of the Hunter Biden laptop 18 months after it was initially reported as Russian disinformation by the left. Even more tardy is the appointment of a special counsel to investigate the shocking information published in the New York Post.
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Hunter Biden used the family name to negotiate overseas business agreements for decades. A Post investigation released emails from the abandoned hard drive of the Delaware laptop in October 2020, discrediting Joe Biden’s repeated claims that he didn’t speak to his son, “or anyone else,” and revealing Biden stood to benefit handsomely from his son’s corrupt dealings.
Candidate Biden fat-shamed an Iowa voter at a town hall session for confronting him about his son’s lucrative overseas ventures and told him, “You’re a damn liar, man.” That exchange occurred amidst questions about Hunter Biden’s role on the board of the Ukrainian energy company, Burisma, based on evidence arising from Trump’s first impeachment saga. Although Hunter had no prior experience in the industry, he earned upwards of $50,000 in excess compensation each month. It was during his father’s tenure as White House specialist on Ukraine that he got the position.
“We all know Trump has been messing around in Ukraine,” said the Iowan voter to Joe Biden. “But, you on the other hand, sent your son over there. He not only worked for a gas company, but he had no experience in … You’re selling access to the presidency just like [Trump] is.”
10 months later, their concerns are even more justified.
Why won't Jen Psaki directly answer questions about Hunter Biden's laptop?
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) March 21, 2022
With less than three weeks until Election Day 2020, The New York Post published a series of emails contradicting candidate Biden’s claim of ignorance of his son’s business operations. The email series revealed the Biden family engaged in conflicts of interests while serving in government positions.
In addition to Hunter Biden connecting his vice president father with a Ukrainian business partner in 2015, emails revealed in 2017 showed hundreds of thousands of dollars had been set aside for “the big guy.” An unnamed source who was on the email said that it was specifically about Joe Biden. The former business partner of the Bidens, Tony Bobulinski, confirmed a week later that “the big guy” was indeed the former vice president slated to receive 10 percent of the deal.
“Hunter Biden called his dad ‘the Big Guy’ or ‘my Chairman,’ and frequently referenced asking him for his sign-off or advice on various potential deals that we were discussing,” Buculinski wrote in a press release.
Fact-checkers said the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinfo
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 21, 2022
In an interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News, Bobulinski finished blowing the whistle on Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s overseas business ventures, claiming Biden, who would become president, had been compromised by the Chinese Communist Party.
It has enormous implications. There are still many unanswered questions regarding President Biden’s involvement in his son’s extensive and possibly criminal business ventures.
When the Democrats landed their own special counsel with unlimited resources to investigate undermining American interests, they falsely accused President Donald Trump of being a Russian agent. As a result of the smear campaign, amplified by the FBI’s deep state operation, Trump’s first years in the White House were undermined. Also, the investigation came up with nothing.
But, in Biden’s case, there is credible testimony from on-the-record sources and the existence of a “Laptop From Hell,” as described in a book by Post Columnist Miranda Devine on the topic, to lead to a special counsel investigation beyond the current DOJ investigation into Hunter Biden’s taxes. Devine explained that the White House is ignoring pertinent questions such as whether Hunter Biden truly divested from Chinese state-owned enterprises.
“[Psaki] told us last year that Hunter was in the process of divesting his 10% share of the Chinese investment firm BHR Partners, which is co-owned by the Bank of China and has $2.4 billion of funds under management. Last November, Hunter’s lawyer told the Times he no longer owns a share of BHR,” Devine stated.
But, according to online records of the Chinese business registry Baidu, as of Wednesday, Hunter’s company Skaneateles LLC continues to hold a 10% stake in BHR. Hunter is still named on corporate records as sole governor of Skaneateles, although the company is listed as ‘revoked’ on the website of the Washington, DC, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. That is because a $300 ‘reinstatement fee’ has not been paid, the Washington Examiner reported this month.
Just a reminder that Joe Biden lien and lied and lied about Hunter Biden’s laptop and should be impeached for this pic.twitter.com/g64KbMQpW4
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 21, 2022
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It’s long past time Attorney General Merrick Garland recognized the need for an unbiased investigation, since even the New York Times, the bastion of crooked news, has conceded the validity of documents revealing the Biden family financial activities.
The GOP has repeatedly called for one. Should Garland refuse to agree, congressional Republicans should demand an explanation and ratchet up the pressure if they win in November.