It’s becoming increasingly clear that Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, was getting rich off of his father’s name. Despite claims to the contrary, the elder Biden knew exactly what was happening.
Hunter Biden reportedly profited millions of dollars from a deal he brokered with a Romanian real estate tycoon with the help of his then-vice president father, Breitbart reported. However, Joe Biden maintains that he never discussed business with his son.
According to information recovered from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, the father and son met three times between July 2015 and March 2016, all following Hunter’s meetings with Gabriel Popoviciu. Hunter was seeking help for Popoviciu with a “conviction stemming from his purchase of a 550-acre parcel of government-owned land for a steep discount.”
Hunter circled the wagons for Popoviciu and roped in associates both from his own connections and from former Barack Obama’s administration. Accomplices included Eric Schwerin, president of Rosemont Seneca Partners, as well as former ambassador to Romania Mark Gitenstein and former FBI director Louis Freeh who both served under Obama.
Despite his friends in high places, the scheme did not work out for Popoviciu. He was convicted and sentenced to seven years in jail though he fled to England before serving his time and currently awaits extradition.
Still, Hunter Biden and his accomplices got rich. “A person familiar with the arrangements told The Post the president’s son had a side pocket agreement directly with Popoviciu that raked in ‘millions’ for himself and associates,” Jon Levine at the New York Post, where the laptop story first broke, reported.
This deal is just one of many documents recovered from Hunter Biden’s own laptop that paints a damning picture. Joe Biden’s meetings with his son about this matter also gives lie to his claim he’d “never spoken” to Hunter “about his overseas business dealings.”
This Biden family is corrupt and rotten to the core. Only time will tell whether the “D” after Joe Biden’s name will be enough to protect them from the mounting accusations.