January 13 2023
NYT Confirms Biden’s Intimate Knowledge of Hunter’s Overseas Profiteering
The New York Times on Wednesday admitted that Joe Biden had deep and intimate knowledge of the workings and participants of Hunter Biden’s foreign self-enrichment. This admission comes as Biden continues to insist that he never spoke with his son about his international business deals.
It is increasingly apparent that the Biden family has no qualms over using patriarch Joe’s lifelong career in politics for their own personal financial gain. For the security of our nation, these transgressions must be investigated.
- The article admits that then-Vice President Biden wrote a letter congratulating his son and his business partner, Devon Archer. “Happy you guys are together,” Biden wrote on White House stationery.
- When Joe Biden found out about Hunter’s seat on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma, he called Hunter to warn him, “I hope you know what you are doing.”
o Hunter accepted the board seat, along with a salary that would reach over $80,000 a month, while then-Vice President Biden was overseeing Ukraine policy for the Obama administration.
- After attending a charity dinner together in 2015, an executive from Burisma wrote an email to Hunter “thanking him for ‘giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together.’”
- In 2013, Hunter accompanied Joe on a taxpayer-funded trip to Beijing. While there, Hunter arranged a meeting with associates from a deal involving the Chinese investment firm BHR Partners “in the coffee shop of the hotel where his father’s delegation was staying.” The New York Times admits that Hunter “introduced them to his father.”
- Hunter Biden’s business manager, Eric Schwerin, used Hunter’s accounts on multiple occasions to “pay a bill for Vice President Biden.”
In what would become an embarrassing week for the Biden White House, this New York Times article is another crack in the crumbling foundation of the Biden Crime Family.
The legacy media and social media giants coordinated in the final days of the 2020 campaign to hide the depth of the Biden family’s corruption. Full knowledge of the details of the Hunter Biden scandal would have led nearly 10 percent of Biden voters to abandon him. That is more than enough votes to flip the election in the six swing states won by Biden (AZ, GA, MI, NV, PA, and WI).
45.1 percent of Biden voters said they were unaware of the corruption scandal surrounding Joe and Hunter Biden.
This corruption is brazen and done openly—even on taxpayer-funded, official state visits. The American people deserve so much more from their elected officials.
True leaders do not enter politics to enrich themselves or their families. True leaders sacrifice personal gain in order to do what is best for our nation. The stark difference between President Trump and Joe Biden is clear.
For the sake of our nation and the integrity of the Executive Office of the President, questions over the Biden family's influence peddling operation and Joe’s knowledge of their foreign business deals must be answered.