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Joe Biden participated in family business corruption 13 times

Over the course of nine years, President Joe Biden was at least 13 times involved in his crooked family business.

Despite the president's involvement in the family business being denied by Joe Biden and his staff seven times, the overwhelming weight of the evidence points to Joe Biden's involvement, along with that of his son Hunter and brother James.

Photos of Joe Biden with family business associates, testimony from Hunter's former business partner concerning Joe Biden's involvement, Joe Biden traveling abroad to meet with Hunter's business colleagues, and a voicemail from Joe Biden to Hunter about a Chinese business venture are all part of the evidence.

58 percent of Americans are persuaded by the evidence that Joe Biden has been involved in his family's business. Sixty percent of respondents claim that Joe Biden was sold "influence and access" by Hunter Biden, a significant family business member.


The payoff vehicle for the Biden family was exposed in texts from Hunter's "laptop from hell" in 2019. The system calls for the collection of 50% of kin salary over a 30-year period. For instance, Hunter reportedly used the cash from selling access to Joe Biden to pay thousands of dollars for renovations to Joe Biden's home.

In texts to his daughter, Hunter wrote, "I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years." It's incredibly difficult. But don't worry, I won't force you to pay me half your salary like Pop [Joe] did.


Hunter Biden received a voicemail from Joe Biden in 2018 regarding a transaction he had with the CEFC, a major Chinese energy company. In the message, Joe Biden expressed concern that private information was published in a New York Times piece regarding Hunter's interactions with Ye Jianming, the chairman of CEFC who was detained in China on bribery allegations.

Hey buddy, this is Dad. It's Wednesday night at 8:15. Just give me a call if you have a chance. Nothing pressing. Joe Biden said, "I simply wanted to chat to you. "I thought the story that was published online and would be printed in the Times tomorrow was good. I believe you have it. The message concluded, "And anyhow, if you have a chance, give me a call, I love you."


Hunter's dishonest business associate Eric Schwerin met with Joe Biden 19 times at the White House between 2009 and 2015, according to White House visitor logs acquired by the New York Post. Vice President Joe Biden served at this time. Schwerin served as the head of the controversial but defunct Rosemont Seneca Partners investment company.


In order to pursue a commercial agreement with China in 2017, Joe Biden met twice with Tony Bobulinski, Hunter's former business partner. Bobulinski said, "I dealt directly with the Biden family, including Joe Biden."


After Bobulinski met with Joe Biden, brother Jim Biden, and Hunter to discuss their deal in China, Bobulinski messaged James, telling him to “thank Joe for his time.”


In 2017, Hunter described Joe Biden as one of his “new office mates” after he “went into business with the CEFC executive,” the Washington Post reported. Hunter had a key made for Joe Biden to use at the House of Sweden in Georgetown. The Post reported:

On Sept. 21, 2017, Hunter Biden wrote to a building manager requesting new office signage to reflect a new family enterprise and a new business relationship: “The Biden Foundation and Hudson West (CEFC-US),” he wrote in emails to the property manager.

He also requested keys for his new office mates: his father, Joe; his mother, Jill; his uncle James; and the Chinese executive, Gongwen Dong.

As part of the request, he provided what he said was his father’s cellphone number, saying an office representative could use it to contact his new office mates.


In 2017, Joe Biden wrote a college recommendation letter for a child of Hunter’s Chinese business partner, Jonathan Li, with whom Joe Biden met in China. Li is CEO of BHR, the same company linked to Chinese oil interests and in which the Biden administration reportedly sold 950,000 barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Hunter’s attorney told the Times that Joe Biden’s son left BHR’s board in 2020.

In 2016, Joe and Hunter Biden flew aboard Air Force Two to Mexico, where Hunter met with his business associates from Mexico City. On the trip, Jeff Cooper, who ran a large litigation firm, SimmonsCooper, invested $1 million in Hunter and James’ now defunct hedge fund. The New York Post reported:

SimmonsCooper also put up $1 million in investment capital for Hunter and his uncle Jim [James] Biden’s abortive attempt to run a hedge fund in 2009. When the venture ended, the Bidens returned the money.

Cooper joined the VP’s entourage on Air Force Two to Mexico in 2016, when he and Hunter were trying to negotiate an ill-fated petroleum deal with Aleman Magnani.

At 6 p.m. on Feb. 24, 2016, about an hour after “wheels up” from Joint Base Andrews on the five-hour flight to Mexico City, Hunter wrote a plaintive email to Aleman Magnani using Air Force Two’s secure, high-speed satellite communications channel. He blind-copied Cooper.


In 2015, Hunter brought Joe Biden to dinner with his business associates from Ukraine, Russia, and Kazakhstan to a popular Washington, DC, restaurant. Joe Biden was vice president at the time. The New York Post reported:

Online photos of the interior of Cafe Milano match the background of the shot that shows the Bidens smiling while flanked by Kazakhstani oligarch Kenes Rakishev and Karim Massimov, a former prime minister of Kazakhstan.


In 2015, the day after Joe Biden met with Hunter’s foreign business partners at Cafe Milano from Ukraine, Russia, and Kazakhstan, one of the men emailed Hunter his thanks for the “opportunity to meet your father.” The New York Post reported:

The never-before-revealed meeting is mentioned in a message of appreciation that Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to the board of Burisma, allegedly sent Hunter Biden on April 17, 2015, about a year after Hunter joined the Burisma board at a reported salary of up to $50,000 a month.

“Dear Hunter, thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together. It’s realty [sic] an honor and pleasure,” the email reads.

An earlier email from May 2014 also shows Pozharskyi, reportedly Burisma’s No. 3 exec, asking Hunter for “advice on how you could use your influence” on the company’s behalf.


In 2014, a photo reveals Joe Biden golfing with his son Hunter and Devon Archer, Hunter’s fellow board member at Ukrainian gas company Burisma. Archer is now in prison for fraud. “The photograph includes a fourth man who has not been identified. However, he is not Burisma’s top executive Taras Burdeinyi or founder Mykola Zlochevsky. Photographs of both men can be seen here and here,” Reuters reported.


In 2014, photos show Joe Biden meeting with Hunter’s Mexican business associates, billionaire Miguel Alemán Velasco and his son Miguel Aleman Magnani, in the vice president’s office. “The then-vice president also flew Hunter and his partner Jeff Cooper on Air Force 2 to Mexico City in 2016 where Hunter arranged to meet Alemán’s son for meetings over a ‘flippin gigantic’ business deal,” the Daily Mail reported.


In 2013, Hunter flew to China with his father aboard Air Force Two. During the excursion, Hunter introduced Joe Biden to his Chinese business partner Li, who is the CEO of the same company linked to Chinese oil interests and in which the Biden administration reportedly sold 950,000 barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

Ten days later after the visit, China issued Hunter’s firm a business license and the firm won an investment worth $1 billion. The New York Post reported:

Ten days later, Hunter’s company inked a deal with the state-owned Bank of China and created the $1 billion investment fund called Bohai Harvest RST (BHR), according to reporting by Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute and the best-selling author of “Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends.”

A representative for BHR told The New Yorker in July 2019 that Hunter Biden introduced his father to Chinese private equity executive Jonathan Li during the trip. Li later became the CEO of BHR.


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