The Media Ignores Security Risk…

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( – Just last month a leaked voicemail from Joe Biden to his son was published in which Joe told his son “I think you’re clear,” about a NY Times article on his Chinese business dealings — which Joe Biden said he knew nothing about. This proved he actually did speak to his son about his relationship with a Chinese criminal, Ye Jianming, his son dubbed the ‘spy chief of China,’ despite saying otherwise.

“Hey pal, it’s Dad. It’s 8:15 on Wednesday night. If you get a chance just give me a call. Nothing urgent. I just wanted to talk to you,” the president reportedly said.

“I thought the article released online, it’s going to be printed tomorrow in the Times, was good. I think you’re clear. And anyway if you get a chance give me a call, I love you,” he added.

Now new evidences shows Hunter made millions after meeting with VP Joe Biden about Romanian real estate deal.

Hunter reportedly met with his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, in the White House on multiple occasions immediately following meetings with Romanian officials, presumably pertaining to a high-profile deal he was involved in with Romanian real estate mogul Gabriel Popoviciu.

Hunter met with Biden three times from July 2015 to March 2016 about helping Popoviciu with a “conviction stemming from his purchase of a 550-acre parcel of government-owned land for a steep discount,” the New York Post reported from Hunter’s laptop from hell.


July 29, 2015

12 p.m. call with former FBI chief Louis Freeh, who is repping Popoviciu

Same day meeting with Joe Biden at his father’s US Naval Observatory residence

March 29, 2016

Meeting with US Ambassador to Romania Hans Klemm in Washington D.C.
Meeting with Joe Biden at the US Naval Observatory

November 17, 2015 Returns from trip to Romania
November 19, 2015 “Breakfast with dad” at the US Naval Observatory

The meetings contradict Joe Biden’s statement that he has not been involved in the Biden family business schemes. In fact, a total of seven times Biden and his team have deflected or denied involvement in the family business. “I’ve never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings,” Joe Biden said.

A number of Biden family allies were also brought in on the deal to help Popoviciu escape conviction, according to the Post. But Popoviciu was still convicted and sentenced to seven years in prison. Popoviciu has not served time. Instead, he fled to England where the Romanian government is trying to extradite him.

The Biden allies deployed to help Popoviciu include Mark Gitenstein, a former Obama administration transition official and former ambassador to Romania, former FBI director Louis Freeh, and Eric Schwerin, president of Hunter Biden’s investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners. According to Hunter Biden’s laptop, Gitenstein and Freeh spoke with Hunter Biden multiple times around the time Hunter met with Joe Biden at the Naval Observatory.

“A person familiar with the arrangements told The Post the president’s son had a side pocket agreement directly with Popoviciu that raked in ‘millions’ for himself and associates,” the Post’s Jon Levine reported.

It is not the first time Joe Biden conducted family business meetings in the White House as vice president. Joe Biden reportedly met at the White House two Chinese energy executives who worked with a CCP-linked company, Wanxiang, on July 25, 2014, between 11 a.m. and 12.15 p.m., emails from Hunter’s laptop reveal.

The documentation on the laptop shows Joe Biden has been involved in the family business at least 19 times over nine years. According to a Harris poll, 58 percent of voters believe that Joe Biden has played a role in his family’s business. Sixty percent say Hunter Biden has sold “influence and access” to the president.

That being said, Hunter Biden engaging in these activities while his father is in the White House certainly posed a security risk and at the very minimum should have been reported in the press. The fact that they are remaining silent while big tech runs cover for him, tells us who these companies actually work for, and it certainly isn’t you and me.

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