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Did Hunter have a read of dad’s classified documents

Maybe the documents came home because they were good for business. Or maybe Hunter stumbled upon them looking for his crack pipe.

According to the New York Post:

A Hunter Biden email sent to an American aluminum company and promising information on Russian oligarchs is raising fresh concerns about the first son’s access to classified documents recently discovered in his father’s Wilmington, Del., home as lawmakers prepare to investigate allegations of influence peddling.

Documents dating back to 2011 on his notorious “laptop from hell” showed Hunter offered to sell intelligence on Russian oligarchs to the US aluminum firm Alcoa Inc. for $55,000, according to The Post’s exclusive October 2021 report.

As his father served as former President Barack Obama’s second-in-command, Hunter Biden offered to provide a “statistical analysis of political and corporate risks, elite networks associated with Oleg Deripaska, the Russian CEO of Basic Element company and United company RUSAL,” which had just signed a metal supply agreement with Alcoa . . .

The deeply detailed proposal has come under sharp scrutiny given recent revelations that Hunter Biden had access to the Delaware lake-front home where secret papers from his father’s time as vice president were discovered in a garage, basement and library.

2 thoughts on “Did Hunter have a read of dad’s classified documents”

  1. Hunter is like the police chief’s son that sells fake IDs to young people so they can go to bars. Except that this put a serious dent in our national security.
    As the weave of deceit and corruption slowly unravels, Americans who care will eventually see some truth. Just don’t count on in while JB has a pulse.


  2. It is refreshing to see a glimpse of investigative journalism. This is what the press is supposed to be doing, but they prefer sound bites and ‘gotcha’ journalism.

    Problem is that people have been drinking such strong Koolaid for so long, I’m not sure there is any hope of ending the corruption (on both sides of the aisle).

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