Hunter Biden and Joe Biden shared finances, so they likely shared payouts as well

Evidence that President Joe Biden benefited directly from his son Hunter’s influence is mounting.

The newest?

Emails and bank filings released by Rep. Jim Comer (R-Ky.) and the House Oversight Committee show the Biden family accepted it at least $20 million from Hunter’s high-level influence.

Add to that mountains of evidence that indicates Joe’s own finances were inextricably linked to Hunter’s.

Here are just some of the things the money from Hunter’s business ventures has been used for:

  • Maintaining Joe’s sprawling Delaware mansion and grounds.
  • A cell phone used by “JRB” (what are the odds it’s someone other than Joseph Robinette Biden?).
  • vacation and even tax paymentsaccording to a former employee of the Biden family company.

Also, since the discovery of Hunter’s laptop in a Delaware computer repair shop, we know that the first son complained that he had to give his father half his income.

There is evidence that the Biden family received almost $20 million from Hunter’s business colleagues.
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Then consider the fact that all of those millions of shady money have flowed through Hunter’s intricate network of shell companies. Payouts include:

  • $8.1 million from Hunter’s China deal with CEFC in 2017.
  • $6.5 million from Ukrainian energy company Burisma, which gave Hunter a high-paying board seat from 2014 to 2019.
  • $3.5 million from Russian oligarch (and wife of a former Moscow mayor) Yelena Baturina.

We’re supposed to believe this hunter who clearly paid for his father’s expenses mobilegave zero of it to Joe?

Especially since Joe called Hunter’s business associates, met them in person, and then lied about it in cold blood for years?

Good: The congressional investigation turned up no direct Evidence of foreign payments to Joe – not yet.

But Hunter said He gave his father a lot of money, and records already uncovered show that at least nine members of the Biden family received payments.

And not to mention the 10% equity in Hunter’s potential CEFC deal “who thinks H is the big guy,” according to an email from former business partner James Gilliar (Gilliar and another former partner, Tony Bobulinski, have confirmed this separately). the “big guy” is Joe).

Or that former employee Devon Archer testified before Congress that Joe’s name “brought the greatest value to the brand” when it came to Hunter’s business dealings.

Or the explosive claim by a source believed by the FBI to be credible that Burisma boss Mykola Zlochevsky boasted that he paid Joe and Hunter $5 million each to thwart Ukraine’s anti-corruption probe into the company.

Devon Archer was Hunter Biden’s former business partner at O’Neill House.
Julia Nikhinson – CNP for NY Post / MEGA

The president’s shifting story about his knowledge of his son’s business dealings (from outright denial to “he’s never done business with him before”) and the media’s protection racket against Hunter comes to an increasingly suspicious public and a belatedly curious press as lazy before.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is 100% right when he demands that Joe hand out his bank statements himself.

The American people can see the smoke, they have to see for themselves if there’s a fire. If you have nothing to hide, then draw a line under it once and for all. It’s up to you Joe.


DUSTIN JONES is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. DUSTIN JONES joined USTimeToday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with DUSTIN JONES by emailing

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