Joe Biden paid Hunter Biden’s legal fees for a Chinese deal…
Normally, this wouldn’t be a problem; unfortunately, Joe Biden has vehemently denied having any close knowledge of, or being a part of his son’s business deals.
I have said it before and I’ll say it again: these firms didn’t seek out Hunter Biden for his skill and business acumen.
Millions are unaccounted for in terms of Joe Biden’s income, and this email may just shed some light on where those funds may have come from:
Joe Biden claims he was never involved in Hunter's business deals.
Here's an email from Hunter's associate saying that Biden agreed to pay Hunter's legal bills for a deal with China. pic.twitter.com/oBYVERTZJI
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 26, 2022
On Tuesday, an old email resurfaced that directly implicated Joe Biden in his son Hunter’s foreign business dealings, with the elder Biden agreeing to pay over $800,000 in bills and legal fees as a result of Hunter shutting down most of his deals …https://t.co/3FbsIds9kD
— American Greatness (@theamgreatness) April 27, 2022
Daily Mail broke the story:
A separate October 2018 invoice from the law firm shows Hunter spent a total $68,933.41 on the ‘restructuring’ beginning in September 2016.
The same year Joe took on these bills from Hunter, he promised that ‘No one in my family will have an office in the White House, will sit in on meetings as if they are a cabinet member, will, in fact, have any business relationship with anyone that relates to a foreign corporation or a foreign country.’
Yet not only did Hunter hold on to his 10% share of BHR through 2021, confirmed by White House press secretary Jen Psaki last February, the emails also indicate Joe knew about it, and even agreed to pay Hunter’s legal fees for the firm.
There already appears to be sufficient evidence against Hunter to convict him of what is likely to be illegal influence pedaling, but what about Joe? Did Joe Biden use his position as vice-president to arrange lucrative business deals for his son? Is our president compromised?
— Oliver North (@OliverLNorth) April 25, 2022
Joe Biden agreed to pay son Hunter's legal fees for his deal with a Chinese government-controlled company, emails reveal Joe had to have discussed Hunter's business dealings
~Lies Biden has told pic.twitter.com/SKJykUDCOw
— pat (@patgill69033215) April 27, 2022
The New York Post explains:
In December 2019, Faegre Baker merged with another firm to form Faegrea Drinker Biddle & Reath, where partner George Mesires represented Hunter Biden as recently as October 2020.
The White House didn’t immediately respond when asked if the president agreed to pay his son’s bills without reviewing them or asking what they were for.
Mesires didn’t immediately respond when asked if his firm’s bills had been paid.