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 October 10, 2022

Bombshell Qatar dealings discovered on Hunter Biden's laptop

Hunter Biden's laptop is the gift that keeps on giving.

According to Breitbart, the latest revelation to come from the crack-addicted president's son's laptop "shows the Biden family pursuing a deal with Qatar, undermining the Trump Administration and appearing like an effort at a shadow foreign policy."

Rep. Darrell Issa's (R-CA) office was able to retrieve the document, which was previously unreadable, and it showed that several members of the Biden family, including Jim Biden, "making an overture to an associate of Qatari Sheikh Abdulla Bin Mohammed Al Thani" while former President Donald Trump was in office.

The letter from Jim said, in part, "my family could provide a wealth of introductions and business opportunities at the highest levels," and it went on to take shots at Trump's foreign policy decisions.

The letter began with, "I would be honored to assist in effectuating the vision of His Excellency but would be remiss in not pointing out the fractured nature of our current administration."

Additionally, Jim Biden jabbed Trump, writing, "This administration is beleaguered by major issues that are not soon to be resolved."

Predictably, the contents of the letter have not been reported on by the mainstream media, even though the ramifications would be huge, but so would all of the other data on the laptop, which they acknowledge exists, but continue to ignore.

Instead, the Biden administration is focused on arresting peaceful, pro-life protesters and raiding former presidents' private residences. Priorities, right?

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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