The Bidens racked up to $40 million in bribes through 20 shell companies and fake accounts created while Joe still served as vice president under Barack Obama. In June of this year, Republicans in the House of Representatives investigating the first family released a WhatsApp message from June 2017. The message sent by Hunter to a Chinese business associate expressed dissatisfaction on the part of the presidential son.
"I am sitting here with my father and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled," the message read. Looking at it deeper, the message insinuated a threat to the business associate that there will be consequences for the Chinese side failing to uphold their end of the bargain. (Related: Hunter Biden, other members of Biden family received MILLIONS from business associate linked to CCP.)
The release of the June 2o17 message appeared to contradict statements from White House officials and the "big guy" himself, asserting that he had no involvement in his son's business affairs. But based on the correspondence, Joe was indeed involved – joining Hunter's business calls and stopping by at lavish dinners.
It's not just China, however. From the use of pseudonyms to discuss shady Ukraine deals, to an alleged $10 million bribery scheme to providing Hunter access to flights on Air Force Two and more – the president's involvement in his son's business is getting harder and harder to ignore. According to House GOP members, Hunter's crazy life could lead to his father's impeachment.
They pointed out that the presidential son received a 2.8-carat diamond from Chinese actors, $83,000 a month from Ukrainians and $1 million from mysterious Romanians. Hunter did so, they added, by capitalizing on his family's influential "brand."
Now, "Big Guy" Joe could face a GOP-led impeachment inquiry over his alleged participation in the profitable scheme with foreign adversaries of the United States. Meanwhile, federal prosecutors plan to indict Hunter on illegal gun charges that have a maximum sentence of 10 years in jail by the end of September.
Hunter, the second son of Joe, was born in 1970 in Delaware. He pursued his education at prestigious institutions, including Georgetown University and Yale Law School, before ultimately graduating in 1996.
The younger Biden's personal life soon became marked by turmoil. Despite his father's teetotalism, Hunter began drinking as a teenager and openly confessed to abusing cocaine during his college years. His struggles with addiction persisted throughout his life, leading to numerous stints in rehab.
Hunter also faced allegations related to his business dealings, which stirred controversy during his father's time as vice president. One of the most prominent issues was his involvement with the Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings. The presidential son held a lucrative position on Burisma's board, despite having no prior experience in the energy sector.
This raised questions about how he secured such a role and whether it presented a conflict of interest, especially given his father's role in U.S.-Ukraine relations. Hunter's connections with China also drew scrutiny – in particular his role at BHR, a Chinese private equity firm.
The saga continued with the discovery of the so-called "laptop from hell" allegedly abandoned by Hunter at a Delaware repair shop. It contained a trove of controversial content, including racy photos and personal information. Initially dismissed by some as a smear campaign, the laptop's contents were later authenticated by U.S. media and seized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation – adding yet another layer of complexity to Hunter's public image.
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