G. McConway
September 7, 2023

Hunter Biden Tells Bank Advisors He Got $100,000 from Joe

We really do love Hunter Biden because he is ultimately going to be the reason that the country learns just how corrupt Joe Biden is and has been his entire career.

More emails have surfaced from Hunter, and for about the 100th time, we have a smoking gun.

This time, it is Hunter discussing with his advisers how he was getting a $100,000 payment from his father, reported the Daily Caller.

The Smoking Gun #100

Once again, we have Hunter openly admitting that his father is involved in his business.

The email stated, “1) a wire will be coming from JRB JRs act shortly for 100K to account [redacted],” Hunter Biden said, according to the email you can see below.

“2) please use those funds to complete the transfer to Kathleen.”

Hunter Emails JRB Full by James Lynch

JRB has been used to refer to Joe Biden, along with several other monikers in these emails.

Hunter was in debt up to his neck at the time.

He had been ordered to pay his ex, Kathleen Buhle, alimony payments. He had also charged about $65,000 on his credit cards.

So, let me ask you a simple question… if you are about to give your son $100,000, are you not going to inquire what the money is for and what happened to the millions you made prior?

One of the bank accounts used by Hunter was under the name Owasco PC, which was a shell company used for Burisma payments, as well as payments from Romanian oligarch Gabriel Popoviciu and Chinese energy firm CEFC.

This was all revealed via the bank records released by Rep. James Comer (R-KY) and the House Oversight Committee.

Along with the above transaction, Hunter Biden received $1 million from Robert Walker, a fellow business associate, after Walker had been paid $3 million by Popoviciu.

The memo below was also released by the Oversight Committee regarding the Biden finances…

I just don’t know how much more proof we need before people in this country will admit that Joe Biden is corrupt.

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