A fresh set of leaked emails has been released Thursday, allegedly recovered from a laptop Hunter Biden dropped off for repair but never picked up. The New York Post took a lot of heat when they publicly revealed the first set on Wednesday. The fact checkers are going frantic but they don’t have a lot of weight in their arguments when The Post obviously has pictures of a coke crazed Biden and a treasure trove of highly suspicious emails.
Hunter Biden hammered two days in a row
There’s a lot of screaming coming up out of Joe Biden’s basement this week. Joe isn’t happy that his bad seed offspring is ruining any chance Kamala Harris has of being president. The latest batch of leaked messages shows Hunter on the prowl for something to pay for his habit. His monkey chow was costing him a fortune so he tried to make a deal with China. He made sure to let the “major Chinese firm” Shanghai conglomerate China Energy Co. know he was looking for deals “interesting for me and my family,” an allegedly veiled reference to his father Joe Biden, who was serving as vice president at the time.
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There was obviously some kind of quid pro quo but the details aren’t out yet. In May of 2017 under the subject line “Expectations,” one thread spelled out details of “remuneration packages” for six people in a business venture. Hunter was identified as the “chair/vice chair depending on agreement with CEFC.” His pay was “850” and he “has some office expectations he will elaborate.” Those “expectations” allegedly included access to his father on demand. That seems to have quite a bit of substance when you consider what the Post reported Wednesday.
The day before, The Post turned the nation’s capitol upside down by publishing “other emails that showed Joe Biden lied when he said he’s “never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.” In that batch, an adviser to the Burisma energy company in the Ukraine, Vadym Pozharskyi, thanked Hunter for “an opportunity to meet your father.”
Eighty percent split four ways
The Chinese company Hunter Biden was cobbling together entered into a “provisional agreement” where 80 percent of the “equity” would be “shared equally among four people.” Biden and three of his buddies, Probably including Devon Archer and Chris Heinz.
An email posted by James Gilliar with J2cR consulting notes, “I am happy to raise any detail with Zang if there is shortfalls?” Zang would be Zang Jian Jun who was the former executive director of CEFC before they went bankrupt. Also in 2017, Hunter “reportedly discussed a deal with Ye Jianming, a since-vanished chairman of CEFC.”
Hunter Biden wasn’t shy about insisting on heavy coin for not a lot of work, he made it crystal clear his real value had nothing to do with what he knew but who he knew. “Consulting fees is one piece of our income stream but the reason this proposal by the chairman was so much more interesting to me and my family is that we would also be partners inn [sic] the equity and profits of the JV’s [Joint Venture’s] investments.”