Turns out Joe and the younger Biden, Hunter, not only shared a bank account, but paid each other’s bills out of, according to recent leaked texts and emails.
Hunter is currently involved in multiple federal investigations into possible money laundering operations with overseas governments while Joe was Vice President. The recent breakthrough that they shared finances could place Joe back in the hot seat as he’s previously denied any involvement.
And of course, the Mainstream Media is doing all they can to bury this story.
The publication says the emails were obtained from a laptop abandoned by Hunter Biden and were between himself and Eric Schwerin, his business partner at consultancy Rosemont Seneca.
The correspondence involved Schwerin’s work on Joe Biden’s taxes and include discussions about payment of each other’s household expenses, offers for a book contract to the then-vice president, and the donation of the elder Biden’s Senate documents to the University of Delaware.
You can view the documents here.
Texts can be read between Hunter and one of his assistants where he complains relentlessly about giving up “half of his salary” to pay his father’s bills.
Hunter mentions multiple bank accounts shared by the Biden clan where the two – through an intermediary – discuss random bills needing to be paid and deposits coming in from multiple deals.
Reports last year disclosed that the FBI had labeled documents of its investigation of Hunter Biden’s purported laptop with a “272D-BA-3065729″ designation, indicating “money laundering.”
Before the presidential election, many outlets ignored the laptop revelation as reported by the New York Post. That included NPR, which declared it didn’t want to “waste our time on satires that are not really stories.”
More recently, however, a few outlets have begun to consider the laptop computer genuine.
If Joe Biden were not president, he likely would already be under strict scrutiny, a former U.S. intelligence officer and treasury special agent and expert in money laundering investigations.
“The information available publicly is very worrisome, particularly in the areas of corruption,’ Cassara said. “They could go at this from all different avenues. Follow the corruption trail and then charge money laundering.”
“Corruption is a predicate offense for money laundering. And besides corruption, it’s the perception of corruption. This kind of thing should not be happening. It undermines full faith in the U.S. government. It undermines trust and our international reputation. It’s an embarrassment.”
Author: Sebastian Hayworth