December 8, 2022 2:10 PM

BOMBSHELL: Top 8 Joe Biden’s Scandals UNCOVERED in Hunter Biden’s MacBook





These scandals are no longer just about Hunter Biden. This is President Joe Biden now, and we need answers. By reading this article, you will learn some serious facts about this family. Last week, The New York Times quietly acknowledged that the emails recovered from the MacBook Hunter Biden left at a Delaware computer store were authentic.

The admission came almost a year and a half late after the corrupt media (legacy and social) buried the scandal that brought down the New York Post just weeks before the November election. Simply admitting that the laptop is legitimate is not enough. Rather, by acknowledging the authenticity of the laptop and emails, the so-called standard-bearers of journalism have also implicitly acknowledged the validity of the scandals spawned by the porn-filled MacBook.




And despite the indecent sources of documentary evidence for the scandals, the scandals are not about Hunter Biden: they involve current President Biden. Years as Vice President of Barack Obama, with Ukraine occupying a prominent place in the pay-per-play system.

The New York Times touched on the Ukrainian perspective last week in its likely “One Step Ahead of History” reporting, mentioning Hunter’s connection to Burisma and then citing emails found from the laptop that suggest the younger Biden exploited his father’s position: then as Dent Vice President. But the Times’ superficial coverage of the Burisma scandal is not enough.




The surface was: The Times made no mention of Hunter’s appointment to the board of Burisma Holdings, with an alleged salary of $50,000 a month, during his father’s tenure as vice president. Hunter Biden had no experience in the energy space. So, taking a deep dive into the entire Biden–Burisma connection is a first step. Ukraine is nothing more than a stain on Hunter’s influence, peddling on behalf of the “big guy,” as the younger Biden called his father.

That deal gave China control of a large chunk of the world’s known supplies of cobalt, an ingredient needed to make electric car batteries. new joint venture with Chinese business partners less than two weeks after he flew to China with his then-vice president father on Air Force Two. In investigating this scandal, the press should go beyond the emails salvaged from Hunter’s abandoned laptop and do what Tucker Carlson was doing when the pay-to-play scandal first surfaced: with Hunter’s former Talking to business partner Tony Bobulinski.




Bobulinski provides further evidence that this scandal is reaching the top of the Biden family. We turn to Moscow, which according to a Senate report harbors another possible scandal. That report documents that Hunter also received a total of $3.5 million from the wife of the former Moscow mayor, a Kazakhstan investor, and several others. After all, there is no reason to believe that a person willing to let his son sell access to the Vice President of the United States would cut off the flow of money to just a few countries.

Now that elite media is adequately covering Hunter’s laptop, the public knows the Burisma scandal was real and threatened to be spectacularly devastating for the aging Biden. That raises questions about then-Vice President Joe Biden’s demands that Ukraine fire the prosecutor who was reportedly investigating Burisma and is prepared to visit him again.




That prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, was fired after Biden threatened to withhold a $1 billion loan guarantee if the Ukrainian government refused to fire Shokin, according to remarks by Joe Biden at an event in 2018. the billion. I’m out of here, I think it’s been about six hours. I looked at her and said, ‘I’m going in six hours.’ If they don’t fire the prosecutor, they won’t get the money. Well, son of a bitch. He got fired. And they put in his place someone who was solid at the time.

While the Obama administration tried to reverse Biden’s push to fire Shokin by claiming that the international community had asked Ukraine to fire the prosecutor, a State Department official contradicted that claim during a congressional hearing. George Kent, who worked on Ukraine issues at the State Department, allegedly told lawmakers that it was the Obama administration that “led efforts to remove Shokin from his position as Ukraine’s
chief federal attorney.




Biden is yet again to answer questions about his threats to withhold funds from Ukraine unless the country withdraws the prosecutor charged with investigating Burisma. Democrats have impeached a president for less. Biden also faces questions about his decision to ignore the clear conflicts of interest inherent in negotiating with the very countries where Hunter has been rattling around.

It’s the lesser of two evils, but it’s still worth examining how Biden has addressed concerns raised by the Obama administration’s State Department. Again, the testimony of the State Department official in charge of
affairs related to Ukraine is significant. Kent told lawmakers that after learning Hunter was on the Burisma board, he raised concerns with the vice president’s office about the relationship.