By
Christine Favocci
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December 19, 2022
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11:46 pm

National Archives and Records Administration warns White House that hundreds of Hunter Biden emails will be released to the public

National Archives and Records Administration executive Susan Donius has warned the White House that it intends to release hundreds of Hunter Biden's emails to comply with an open records request, the Daily Wire reported. Unless President Joe Biden intervenes, evidence of his son's shady business deals will be laid bare.

Donius issued the letter last month notifying White House counsel about the impending release. The emails in question were from 2014, when the elder Biden served as vice president under former President Barack Obama.

They involve both father and son and are subject to release under the Presidential Records Act. Legal teams for Joe and Hunter Biden have 60 days to respond to the letter.

"The Biden Vice Presidential records to be opened are email messages from May 2014 to December 2014 that include the company name 'Burisma,'" a FOIA request summary explained. "Several of the email messages are press inquiries regarding the announcement of Hunter Biden joining the board of directors of Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings Limited in May 2014 and the Office of Vice President's responses to those inquiries."

"There are also email messages containing news articles compiled by White House staff which include articles referencing Hunter Biden and his role with Burisma," the summary continued. Burisma is a Ukrainian energy company that was paying Hunter Biden Hunter upwards of $83,333 a month.

The younger Biden was appointed to the company's board of directors in 2014. However, he managed to secure the position without any experience or expertise in the energy industry.

This clear lack of credentials has led many to believe that what Burisma was actually paying for was access to the then-vice president. It's noteworthy that Joe Biden was in charge of setting Obama's policy for dealing with Ukraine at the time.

In an interview in 2019, Hunter Biden admitted that he cashed in on his family name. However, he claimed in his 2021 autobiographical book "Beautiful Things," that everything at Burima was above board and that he regretted the trouble the optics caused.

"Did I make a mistake by taking a seat on the board of a Ukrainian gas company? No," Hunter Biden wrote. "Did I display a lack of judgment? No. Would I do it again? No. I did nothing unethical," the younger Biden claimed.

Even though Joe Biden was handling policy in Ukraine while Hunter Biden was employed in a high-profile position in the country, the president has claimed to have never spoken about business with his son. However, an email released from Hunter Biden's "Laptop from Hell" contradicts that claim.

"Hey pal, it's dad. It's 8:15 on Wednesday night. If you get a chance just give me a call," Joe Biden told his son in a June 2018 voicemail message.

"Nothing urgent. I just wanted to talk to you. I thought the article released online, it's going to be printed tomorrow in the Times, was good," he said, referring to a New York Times article covering Hunter Biden's association with Ye Jianming, the chairman of CEFC, a Chinese energy company.

"I think you're clear. And anyway if you get a chance give me a call, I love you," the elder Biden told his son.

So far, Hunter Biden and his powerful father have evaded any consequences for what appears to be very questionable business practices. However, their luck will eventually run out -- and the evidence is already there for the world to see when the time comes.

Written By:
Christine Favocci

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