Hunter Biden is in big trouble. His “laptop from hell” is generating tons of headlines even though mainstream media and Big Tech are pretending it doesn’t exist. But in the flood of information drops, one of the original damning emails isn’t getting the attention it deserves.
In an email sent to his business partner, Devon Archer, in April, 2014, Biden outlines his thoughts on how they should proceed with Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company at the heart of all of the Bidens’ problems. He wanted to get the deal done before “his guy” (presumably then-Vice President Joe Biden) visited Ukraine the following week. They wanted to present their value as more than just a U.S. government connection that could be discarded “when the storm passes.” But within the email that detailed their strategies, Biden made a couple of interesting comments, as One America News’ Jack Posobiec pointed out on Twitter:
Here is an email where the son of VP Biden tells his partner to buy a burner phone from 7/11 or CVS while outlining his plans for the Ukraine
'The contract should begin now – not after the upcoming visit of my guy'
Tells Devon to get in touch with Navy SEALS (Little Creek) pic.twitter.com/cDN33XH2bq
— Jack Posobiec ?? (@JackPosobiec) October 25, 2020
The need for them to have burner phones is important because it means they knew what they were going to be doing was illegal. Burner phones are used to keep law enforcement and government entities like the National Security Agency from tracking or eavesdropping on calls and texts. One does not need a burner phone unless they plan on doing something illegal.
How does all of this tie back to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden? We’ve speculated for over a year that Bidens’ pressuring of the Ukrainian government to fire then-Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin was to prevent his son’s company from being investigated, but it was assumed by most that this was protective rather than part of a quid pro quo with his son. Now, it seems increasingly likely that Joe Biden was fulfilling the promise his son had made to his employer. In other words, he wasn’t trying to keep the trail off of his son. He was trying to do what his son was asked to accomplish.
Hunter Biden has no energy industry experience. He was not known as an especially strong business advisor and did not have a history of success in, well, anything. His only redeeming quality to a company like Burisma was his connection to the Vice President of the United States, and Joe Biden helped his son earn his salary by getting rid of Shokin.
When all of the information is seen together, the need for burner phones points to only one conclusion. Hunter Biden knew he was going to be doing something illegal and wanted to hide that from the authorities.
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