Joe Biden and officials serving under him will eventually have to deal with Hunter Biden’s laptop.
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The scandal broke by reporters three weeks before the 2020 election, but Joe Biden and his aides ignored it for 17 months.
In denying the disclosures, and lying about the assertions, they have resorted to their corrupt friends in MSM and tech companies to hide allegations of corruption that have been proven to be credible involving the president and his family.
As more Americans come to know of the scandal and draw negative conclusions about Biden’s integrity, the dam is about to burst.
65% of voters surveyed in a new Rasmussen poll believe it is “likely” Joe Biden was involved in – and may have benefited from – his son Hunter’s overseas business deals; 48% say it is “very likely.”
There is a high likelihood that the fallout for the White House will worsen. The CIA liars and Democrats spin doctors cannot hide the story forever with false claims of Russian collusion.
In a shocking admission last week, the New York Times admitted the laptop is real. As well, The Washington Post awoke from its slumber to begin investigating the laptop, calling sources it had interviewed years ago.
Meanwhile, as a Delaware grand jury sets up to potentially indict Hunter, 52, on charges of tax evasion, money laundering, and violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act, the pressure mounts on Biden to explain his role in the multinational influence-peddling scheme run by his son and his brother, Jim Biden, during his time as vice president.
Using Hunter’s laptop, evidence provided by his former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, and Treasury documents provided to a Senate inquiry, the laptop discloses millions flowing to the Biden family and associates from questionable foreign sources, including three countries of significant interest to US national security: Russia, Ukraine, and China.
In addition, evidence exists to demonstrate that Joe Biden profited financially from his son’s overseas commercial ventures when he was drug-addicted – and that number could be in the millions.
Asked by Steven Nelson of The Post about how the president is managing conflict of interest during the Ukraine-Russia war, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was noncommittal.
Nelson’s question concerned Russian oligarch Yelena Baturina, who hasn’t been sanctioned, and who is alleged to have wired $3.5 million to a firm associated with Hunter’s former business partner Devon Archer on Feb. 14, 2014. The wire was flagged by the Treasury Department in a suspicious activity report made available to a Senate Republican investigation, conducted by Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson.
According to new evidence revealed by the laptop, Baturina wired up to $118 million to a number of companies owned or operated by Rosemont Seneca Partners, the consulting company co-founded by Hunter, Archer, and John Kerry’s stepson Chris Heinz.
It is believed that the majority of the money was spent purchasing real estate in Brooklyn and Chelsea for Baturina, as well as commercial office leases across the nation.
During that time, Batturina, the wife of Yury Luzhkov, the former corrupt mayor of Moscow, was living in exile in London following her husband’s break-up with the Kremlin. This might explain why she was not sanctioned by the Biden admin, although Putin was caught on camera hugging her at her husband’s funeral in Moscow in 2019.
As vice president, Biden met with Baturina on April 16, 2015, at a small dinner organized by Hunter in a private room of Café Milano, a Georgetown restaurant. In addition to Hunter’s Ukrainian paymaster, Vadym Pozharskyi, the party was attended by Kazakh oligarch Kenes Rakishev and former Prime Minister Karim Massimov, who has been imprisoned for treason.
The laptop, along with evidence provided by Hunter’s former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, and financial documents provided to a Senate inquiry, reveals that millions of dollars flow to the Biden family and its associates from questionable foreign sources, including three countries of high national security concern: the Russian Federation, Ukraine, and China.
In addition, it is believed that VP Biden attended a second “investor dinner” organized by his son at the end of March 2016, during the same visit to Washington, DC by Pozharskyi, who was an executive of the corrupt Ukrainian energy company, Burisma, which was paying Hunter $83,333 a month at that time.
Pozharskyi was in Washington, DC March 30-31, 2016, according to a calendar on Hunter’s laptop.
The visit by Pozharskyi came about a week after Viktor Shokin, the chief prosecutor for Ukraine, was removed from office on March 29, 2016. Shokin had been investigating Burisma’s owner, Mykola Zlochevsky, the exiled energy minister from the former Russia-aligned government.
Shokin issued warrants to arrest Zlochevsky and confiscated his property a month before he was removed, reports the Kyiv Post and Interfax-Ukraine. Zlochevsky had built four houses, acquired two plots of land, and owned a Rolls-Royce Phantom.
Petro Poroshenko fired Shokin two weeks later, though it took the parliament one month to ratify the decision.
The Vice President later admitted in a speech at the Council on Foreign Relations that he threatened Poroshenko with withholding $1 billion in US aid for Ukraine in order to negotiate Shokin’s firing.
Shokin was accused of corruption by Biden. Afterward, Shokin claimed that he was intimidated into resigning because he had been trying to expose Hunter’s employer, Zlochevsky, for corrupt activities.
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Before being terminated, Shokin said he planned “to interrogate [Hunter] Biden Jr.” in an interview with Ukrainian publication Strana. It is only one of dozens of concerns that emerge from a thorough examination of Hunter’s computer.
The poll that Rasmussen just conducted shows that over two-thirds of voters have followed news reports about Hunter closely. The news is deemed “very important” by half of the respondents, and “somewhat important” by 18%.
Yet the most politically important poll question found that 48% of voters think Joe Biden might not have won the presidency if the media had fully reported on Hunter Biden’s laptop before the 2020 election. That compares to 45% who still believe he would have won.
This shows how election interference was actually committed by the media in failing to report the laptop story and breaches Biden’s very legitimacy as president. If the media can corruptly sway elections like this, there is no point in having them and it will take nothing short of a revolution to fix the system. Everyone should be enraged by what was foisted on us.