President Biden’s claims that he was not connected to his son’s shady business deals while he served as Vice President just got obliterated and now he may be facing an investigation. Recent emails recover from Hunter’s laptop reveals that not only did Joe know about his son’s finances but he also shuffled money between their bank accounts while working in the White House.
The Daily Wire reports:
Emails obtained from Hunter’s laptop and reviewed by the Daily Mail shed more light on the relationship between Joe Biden’s office while he was vice president of the United States and Hunter Biden’s consultancy, Rosemont Seneca. A June 2020 email shows that Eric Schwerin, a business partner at Rosemont Seneca, shuffled money between Hunter and his father’s accounts, casting doubt on the president’s claims that he had no knowledge of his son’s business ventures and overseas dealings.
On June 10, 2010, Schwerin emailed Hunter about taking money out of his father’s account to put it into Hunter’s. Schwerin said that the president owed his son the money.
“Your Dad’s Delaware tax refund check came today. I am depositing it in his account and writing a check in that amount back to you since he owes it to you. Don’t think I need to run it by him, but if you want to go ahead. If not, I will deposit tomorrow,” Schwerin wrote.
In yet more evidence of the deep commercial relationship between Hunter’s firm and the VP’s office during Joe’s tenure, Rosemont Seneca received special favors from the White House while Joe was in office, including dozens of tickets to exclusive 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue events and private tours for Rosemont Seneca clients or associates.
The FBI is already investigating Hunter’s tax affairs but recent developments may pull the President into the investigation as well. As more evidence from Hunter’s laptop comes to light it’s become harder to believe Joe’s claims that he wasn’t involved in his son’s professional life.
Former U.S. Intelligence Officer and Treasury Special Agent John Cassara, says, “The information available publicly is very worrisome, particularly in the areas of corruption.”