Read It: Hunter Biden Emails Washington Examiner Reporter After Lavish Spending on Russia-Connected Escorts Revealed
Documentation obtained and reviewed by the Washington Examiner found that Hunter Biden spent $30,000 on escorts between November 2018 and March 2019, making payments to accounts with Russian email addresses. Biden worked with an “exclusive modeling agency,” called UberGFE, in order to set up meetings. UberGFE has locations in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kyiv.
Hunter Biden was only able to spend so much due to help from his father, Joe Biden, who sent him a total of $100,000 between December 2018 and March 2019.
The messages suggested that Joe Biden was unaware of, or directly misled about, what the money would be used for when sending the money.
In one case, Joe Biden wired his son $5,000 while he was actively engaged with an escort, and in another, he sent him $20,000 to go to rehab in New York City, but Hunter Biden never checked into the center.
After the Examiner published the original article, Hunter Biden reportedly reached out to an Examiner reporter, asking the question, “What’s wrong with you?” Biden did not respond to requests for comment prior to the article’s publishing.
“We can all sympathize with Biden’s love for his troubled son while recognizing that he was shoveling prodigious sums of money to Hunter Biden when the neon lights were flashing that Hunter was compromised and using the money to become ever more compromised — and with Russia, of all places,” said former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy in an interview with the Examiner.
“The context here is that Democrats put the country through two years of anxiety on the false, Democrat-fabricated claim that Biden’s predecessor was an agent of the Kremlin,” McCarthy continued, in reference to former President Trump. “And of course, when compelling evidence arose that Biden is actually entangled in his son’s foreign business dealings, despite having denied even discussing them, Biden apologists responded with their standard deceptive deflection — it’s all Russian disinformation.”
“Now, however, we learn that it was Russian information — Hunter’s reckless payments of thousands of dollars he’d received from his willfully blind father to sordid businesses with Russian email accounts — that Biden apologists were suppressing in the weeks before the 2020 election,” the reporter concluded.
The new information comes after an audio file of Hunter Biden was found where he claimed that President Biden would, “talk about anything that I want him to, that he believes in.”
“If I say it’s important to me, then he will work a way in which to make it a part of his platform,” Biden said in a cellphone recording to a friend. “My dad respects me more than he respects anyone in the world, and I know that to be certain, so it’s not going to be about whether it affects his politics.”