In 2018, the New York Times ran a piece on Hunter Biden that made his world spiral out of control.
The Times story was about Hunter Biden's shady deals with the Chinese and his father, who at the time was the former vice president.
Hunter's Uncle Jim Biden reached out to Hunter to rescue him.
Just recently, newly revealed messages reveal that Uncle Jim Biden reached to Hunter to offer him a "safe harbor."
The newly discovered messages give some insight into a world of influence peddling. The problem here is that the peddling resulted in millions of dollars somehow evaporating into the coffers of the Biden family.
"On their face, the messages seem to contradict public statements from President Biden on the foreign influence-peddling that used to fund Hunter’s drug-infused, self-destructive lifestyle," reports New York Post.
The media tries to hide it in some sick effort to help the Biden family escape scandal, but the Biden's have long been known for their influence peddling.
Uncle Jim Biden, Joe Biden's brother, has been criticized over and over for using his access to his brother Joe as he makes pitches to potential and existing clients.
"There were deals all over the world with foreign figures worth millions and some of these figures had close ties to foreign intelligence or regimes," New York Post reported.
The House Oversight Committee recently revealed that the Bidens constructed quite the conglomerate of corporations and accounts that enabled them to transfer millions of dollars from these deals to various members of the Biden family, and that extends to grandchildren.
Despite very clear evidence that even the media has been unable to hide, Joe Biden continues to deny claims that he had any knowledge of the foreign dealings of his son Hunter.
It's clear Biden is lying. So very clear.
In fact, Hunter’s infamous laptop is loaded with pictures and appointments of Hunter's foreign business associates that occurred with Joe Biden.
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