Democrat President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, may have served as the bagman for his father during the former’s term as Vice President – considering the striking number of foreign flights the latter made, including from Joint Base Andrews, as exposed by Secret Service records.
Shocking revelations made by The New York Post about Hunter Biden have notoriously been censored by social media networks Facebook and Twitter, a development that demonstrated how negative stories involving Joe Biden’s son would be hidden or silenced.
However, not everything can be censored or suppressed!
Last year the Judicial Watch, a conservative foundation, managed to procure travel records from the Secret Service revealing more shocking facts about Hunter and Joe Biden.
Namely, between 2009-2014, Hunter Biden made a staggering 411 trips to 29 countries around the world – including a total of 23 flights in and out Joint Base Andrews, which is the home to Air Force One and Air Force Two.
A long list of flights!
The Secret Service records obtained by the Judicial Watch show that in the said period Hunter Biden made trips to Ethiopia, India, Argentina, France, Spain, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, China, Belgium, the UK, Egypt, Kenya, South Africa, Denmark, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mexico, Colombia, United Arab Emirates, Russia, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Qatar, the Philippines, Ascension Island, U.S. Virgin Islands!
The mainstream media have almost entirely ignored the question as to why Hunter Biden made trips to the countries in question, oftentimes more than once, while his father was the Vice President.
The one notable exception to the media silence was an NBC report published on October 2, 2019.
The report revealed that when he accompanied his father to China, Hunter Biden was working on setting up a private equity fund there with plans to raise major money, including from Chinese investors.
Hunter Biden later admitted that during the trip he had met with Chinese banker Jonathan Li, who was his partner in the fund.
Shortly after the meeting, Hunter Biden received approval for a business license in China, which was issued by the authorities in Shanghai.
Emails from a computer, which allegedly belonged to Hunter Biden, revealed by the New York Post, give further grounds for the question of whether he was the bag man for his father.
The emails show Hunter Biden sought to strike deals involving the largest private energy company in China.
10 for the ‘Big Guy’
Emails sent to him in May 2017 show payments for six people participating in an unspecified business.
In that email, Hunter was mentioned as “Chair/Vice Chair”, a position made conditional on a deal with “CEFC,” apparently former company CEFC China Energy Co, which was based in Shanghai.
Hunter’s pay is mentioned as “850”.
The message also contains a preliminary deal stipulating that 80% of the shares were going to be divided equally among four individuals, including “H,” apparently Hunter.
Other quotes further complicate the enigma: “10 Jim” and “10 held by H”, with an addition stating, “for the big guy”.
They clearly raise the question if Joe Biden is the big guy.
Ukraine was another case, utterly notorious and outrageous by now, in which Hunter Biden seemingly utilized his father’s position as Vice President of the United States in order to make a profit.