Hunter Biden’s Messages and Emails Challenge Lawyer’s Assertion of No Money Sharing with Father from Business

Mounting evidence suggests that the Biden family may have provided misleading information to the American public and engaged in potentially illicit business activities.

According to a Fox News report on Monday, “numerous emails” indicate that Hunter Biden had discussions with his father, current President Joe Biden, regarding his business ventures.

These emails appear to contradict statements made by President Biden and Hunter’s lawyer, Abbe Lowell. In a recent CNN interview, Lowell asserted with certainty that President Biden had no involvement in Hunter’s business affairs.

“I can tell you that Hunter did not share his business with his dad,” Lowell told CNN. “I can tell you that he did not share money from his businesses with his dad. And as the evidence out there, his dad, like all good parents, tried to help Hunter when Hunter needed that help.”

The disclosure of email and text correspondence found on Hunter’s abandoned laptop seems to challenge Lowell’s assertions.

According to a report by Fox News, in January 2019, Hunter conveyed his dissatisfaction at the fact that his father compelled him to give up half of his earnings.

Hunter wrote to his daughter, Naomi: “I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family Fro (sic) 30 years. It’s really hard. But don’t worry unlike Pop I won’t make you give me half your salary.”

In a 2018 WhatsApp conversation, Hunter claimed to have paid his father’s bills for more than a decade:

“Too many cooks in the kitchen,” Hunter wrote on April 12, 2018. “Too many profile changes and such. Happened 10 days ago too. What do you need? I’m going to bank in a few. Need to verify identity in person.”

His assistant, Katie Dodge responded, “I need to pay AT&T,”

Hunter replied by instructing Dodge to make the payment via his debit card and his “Wells Fargo credit line.”

Hunter added: “My dad has been using most lines on this account which I’ve through the gracious offerings of Eric [Schwerin] have paid for past 11 years.”

In a 2016 email, there is an indication that Hunter was expected to cover an AT&T bill amounting to $190, labeled under “JRB.”

The White House has chosen not to clarify the reason behind Hunter’s assertion of sharing AT&T and Wells Fargo accounts with his father. Republicans contend that these shared accounts were intended to facilitate joint business interests.

Even more incriminating is a 2010 email from Schwerin, Hunter’s business associate, in which he mentioned transferring funds from then-Vice President Joe Biden’s tax refund check into Hunter’s account, citing that “he owes it to you.”

Tony Bobulinski, another former associate and business partner, had previously confirmed that President Biden was the “big guy” referred to in an email found on Hunter’s abandoned laptop.

The email read: “10 held by H for the big guy?” Republicans claim the message indicates: “10% held by Hunter Biden for his father.”

An email from 2017 seems to allude to the financial agreement between Hunter and his father concerning their partnership with CEFC, an energy company with ties to the Chinese Communist Party.

This business arrangement, organized by their associate James Gilliar, included a WhatsApp message to Bobulinski in 2017, advising him not to “bring up Joe’s involvement in discussions, only mention it when you’re in direct contact. I know you’re aware of this, but they are very cautious.”

In response, Bobulinski stated, “Well, they have every reason to be cautious about these matters.”

The House Oversight Committee is currently examining computer records, bank records, whistleblower statements, as well as email and text exchanges as part of their preparations for potential impeachment proceedings against the President.

White House spokesperson Ian Sams dismissed the latest allegations, saying, “After nearly 9 months of investigating, House Republicans haven’t been able to turn up any evidence of the President doing anything wrong.”