The media has focused on Hunter’s $4.8 million in money transfers from an energy firm based in China, but not the method the Biden family used to money by influence peddling.
In 2021, Hunter texted his daughter, Naomi: “I hope you can do what I have done and pay all the expenses for this family for 30 years.”
“It’s really difficult. But unlike Pop [Joe], I won’t ask you to hand over half of your pay,” the text message concluded as reported.
According to Hunter’s texts, Joe Biden got 50 percent of his family member’s “salary” for a 30-year time period. These texts do not indicate when the 30 years started or ended, nor whether Joe is still involved in the payment plan as the current president.
The media has ignored the numerous text messages that have been reported. The New York Times’ March description of Hunter’s laptop made no mention of the text messages.
The Washington Post, which also admitted the laptop was real in March and revealed that Hunter made $4.8 million in retainer and consulting compensation from a Chinese energy firm throughout 2017 and 2018, likewise failed to include the string of text messages.
The Post, on the other hand, appeared to exonerate the Joe Biden of any wrongdoing by claiming that its verification of Hunter’s laptop revealed no evidence that Joe Biden benefited from this money transfer scheme as Hunter Biden’s texts claimed.
“We did not find evidence that President Biden benefited from or was aware of the deals with CEFC, which happened after he left the VP and before he unveiled his plan to run for President in 2020.”
In the fall of 2020, it took the New York Post and the New York Times nearly two years to publish a report that was double-checked and authenticated by Emma-Jo Morris in 2020.
It’s not surprising that The Times and the Post didn’t publish Hunter’s incriminating text messages. Because those texts may shed light on an entrenched business operation, which is a more important issue. More significantly, texts might link the current president of the U.S. to the family’s shady commercial activities.
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