The emails that have been found in a laptop computer Hunter Biden left at a repair shop and never claimed have revealed how he used the n-word in his conversations, was hired to help a tycoon escape a bribery case, that Joe Biden did meet with his son's business connections, and he took multiple trips out of Joint Base Andrews, the home of Air Force Two.
Now there's more.
The Washington Examiner reveals how Hunter Biden got some pointed questions from a business associate when that associate was arrested in a fraud case.
Hunter Biden's name apparently was used in the alleged fraud, but he wasn't charged.
Devon Archer was. He was convicted in 2018 and the case was reversed but in 2020 an appeals court reinstated the conviction.
The report explained Hunter Biden and Archer were business partners and worked for Rosemont Seneca Partners investment firm.
That was before both were taking pay from Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company that provided scandal fodder for Joe Biden by paying his son $83,000 a month to be on its board – at a time when Joe Biden was responsible for Ukraine policy for Barack Obama.
Archer was the former college roommate of Christopher Heinz, the stepson of current Biden climate czar John Kerry and the co-founder of the Rosemont Capital private equity firm with Archer, the report said.
After his arrest, Archer wrote Hunter Biden, "Why did your dad’s administration appointees arrest me and try to put me in jail? Just curious. Some of our partners asking out here.
"Why would they try to ruin my family and destroy my kids and no one from your family’s side step in and at least try to help me. I don’t get it. And I’m depressed. Bunch of these [Asian partners] getting in my head asking me the same so just curious what I should answer," Archer wrote.
Hunter Biden responded, "Every great family is persecuted prosecuted in the US — you are part of a great family — not a side show not deserted by them even in your darkest moments. That’s the way Bidens are different and you are a Biden. It’s the price of power."
Hunter Biden also claimed, "And we aren’t a banana republic buddy. The powerful are targets in this country the more powerful they become. But the truth prevails if you have the stamina and guts and enough love to stay the course."
At the same time, a report from Just the News cited emails from the laptop as evidence of Hunter Biden's plans to wrap up a lot of profitable business deals.
The report said the plans being discussed by Hunter Biden and his Rosemont Seneca Partners included targeting the sovereign wealth funds of America's richest allies, from Eastern Europe to the Middle East.
"I've been researching sovereign wealth funds lately in hopes of coming up with a plan to add another large manager (multi-billion dollar fund) to RSPI's platform, without over-relying on the Taft Hartley channel," Daniel McHale, the RSP Investments managing director, wrote Hunter Biden and a colleague named Eric Schwerin in an email dated Feb. 3, 2014," the report said.
RSP Investments was the broker arm of the Rosemont Seneca organization.
"I think this would provide us additional near-term cash flow while increasing the odds of landing a large allocation. Also, similar to Taft Hartley funds, it's a segment of the market where we could have a definable edge," he said.
Schwerin pointed out that Hunter Biden did not have the necessary financial broker's license to work directly with those fund groups.
Just the News explained, "The email is one of thousands that lay out the audacious ambition of Hunter Biden and his business colleagues to cash in on the Biden name by approaching foreign countries, governments and businesses even as the younger Biden's father was Obama's point man for a significant part of the nation's foreign policy."
The report said the emails suggest Hunter Biden wanted a "business empire" and worked at contacting and influencing world leaders for that purpose.
One of the more stunning coups was Hunter Biden's program of getting paychecks from Burisma while his father was vice president and in charge of Ukraine policy for Obama.
It came at a time when Burisma was trying to get rid of a corruption probe being done by Ukraine's own prosecutor.
The company's connections to the Biden family proved worthwhile.
In fact, Joe Biden openly boasted of threatening to withhold $1 billion in U.S. aid if Ukraine's president did not fire the country's top prosecutor, Victor Shokin, who at the time was investigating Burisma for corruption.
A French website reported Shokin later filed a criminal complaint naming Joe Biden and accusing him of committing a "criminal offense" in his campaign to get Shokin fired.
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