As predicted, once the legacy media confirmed the authenticity of “some portions” of Hunter Biden’s laptop, things were bound to get dicey for the president of the United States. Despite vociferous denials that he knows anything of son Hunter’s questionable business dealings, evidence refuting his claim of ignorance is starting to mount. The drip, drip, drip of professional connections between father and son is beginning to look like an uncapped fire hydrant with water gushing in every direction.
In an exclusive article on Wednesday, April 6, Fox News reported Joe Biden penned a college recommendation letter for one of Hunter’s Chinese business associates. Fox News Digital dug up a series of emails among Hunter, his colleagues, and Chinese associate Jonathan Li. The correspondence centered on Li’s son, Chris, who was applying to Brown, Cornell, and New York universities and needed some help with the rigorous admissions process.
“Jonathan, Hunter asked me to send you a copy of the recommendation letter that he asked his father to write on behalf of Christopher for Brown University,” wrote Hunter associate Eric Schwerin back on February 18, 2017. He then followed up with: “The original is being FedExed to Dr. Paxson directly at Brown. It should be there by Tuesday at the latest (given Monday is a holiday here in the U.S.). Let us know if you have any questions. Best, Eric.”
But Wait, There’s More
Last week, a prominent Washington newspaper acknowledged that the president’s brother, Jim Biden, received $4.8 million from a Chinese energy concern (CEFC) that had dealings with the president’s son. “A May 13, 2017, email from Hunter Biden business associate James Gilliar said that the ‘big guy’ would get a 10 percent equity stake in a corporate entity established with CEFC,” according to the New York Post. It does not take too much imagination to figure out who the “big guy” might be.
The first son’s laptop also contains a troubling reference that Hunter Biden was bitter about being used as the family bag man. In an email to his daughter, Naomi, he lamented in part:
“Hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family Fro (sic) 30 years. It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike Pop [Joe], I won’t make you give me half your salary.”
As of this writing, no direct evidence of money changing hands between father and son has been found on the laptop. But there is photographic proof of Joe Biden having dinner at DC’s tony Café Milano restaurant with a bunch of Hunter’s business acquaintances. Then there is the famed golf outing photo showing Joe, Hunter, and Hunter’s former business partner, Devon Archer, with another man whose identity has been questioned by Reuters fact-checkers. However, no one can deny the November 19, 2015, picture of father and son at the vice president’s residence standing cheek to jowl with a group of Hunter’s international business associates.
As recently as April 5, outgoing White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki maintained the president has never spoken with his son about his multiple international business dealings. Chief of Staff Ron Klain was dispatched to appear on broadcast television this past weekend, saying essentially the same thing. Indeed, the denials on the president’s behalf have been stepped up recently to get ahead of what could be a very damaging scandal for a sitting president.
However, the more President Biden and his satraps deny his involvement in Hunter’s nefarious business transactions, the more they sound merely hollow in the face of mounting evidence to the contrary. Meanwhile, the president’s son is backpedaling as fast as he can. The junior Biden recently forked over more than $1 million in back taxes to Uncle Sam. Yet there is so much more to come from a federal grand jury in Wilmington, Delaware.
Less than a month ago, The New York Times went on record and admitted: “The investigation, which began as a tax inquiry under the Obama administration, widened in 2018 to include possible criminal violations of tax laws, as well as foreign lobbying and money laundering rules, according to the people familiar with the inquiry.”
Translation: It’s not looking good for the first son, and it doesn’t take a genius to extrapolate that some of Hunter’s dirt will land on his father when indictments are finally handed down. The only question is how filthy Joe Biden will look to the American public when all is said and done.