As the FBI investigation into Hunter Biden and his financial habits heats up, a prominent House Republican believes “something is up.” Rep. Jim Jordan stated on Sunday that it “certainly appears” like the president’s son is on the verge of being prosecuted, but he admitted he couldn’t be positive.
He cited an increase in reports on the authenticity of material on a laptop thought to belong to Hunter Biden, which he said coincided with a flurry of grand jury activities, according to The Washington Examiner.
Although the New York Post was the first to report on the contents of the abandoned laptop, which included emails detailing Biden’s business dealings and turbulent personal life, other major media outlets questioned its authenticity, and Big Tech companies took steps to limit its spread in the final weeks of the 2020 election, according to an article from The Washington Examiner.
Jordan, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, said it’s “interesting” how the “story has evolved” in recent weeks, coinciding with growing suspicions that President Joe Biden himself could be drawn into a federal criminal investigation, despite the White House’s adamant denials that the president is not involved and that his 52-year-old son did not commit any crimes.
“That all started with, ‘Oh, it wasn’t his laptop.’ ‘Well, it was his laptop, but it was Russian misinformation,’ they said. ‘No, that wasn’t Russian misinformation, but Joe had nothing to do with it,’ says the new line “Jordan remarked.
“Finally, ‘Well, Joe had something to do with it, but he didn’t do anything wrong,’ says the narrator. That’s exactly what his chief of staff, Ron Klain, said us on the Sunday programs last Sunday “Added he. “So, how has this narrative evolved? And now we learn that these text conversations and emails connect the entire family, not only Hunter and Joe, but also their uncle, Joe’s brother, James Biden, who is also involved.”
Shortly after the 2020 election, Hunter Biden stated he was under FBI investigation. Although he has never publicly disputed that the laptop belonged to him, the younger Biden is “100% positive” that he will be found not guilty.
An email from investor James Gilliar to himself, Hunter Biden’s business associate Rob Walker, and James and Hunter Biden, dated May 13, 2017, revealed a “provisional” business transaction with a Chinese firm called CEFC. “10 held by H for the large man,” as well as “10” for “Jim,” were among the questions in the email.
“H” looks to be a reference to Hunter Biden, “Jim” appears to be Joe Biden’s brother, and “10” appears to be a reference to 10%. Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner, Navy veteran Tony Bobulinski, confirmed the email’s authenticity in October 2020, insisting the “big person” was then-presidential candidate Joe Biden.
“Verified emails exposing a contract Hunter Biden negotiated with a fast-growing Chinese energy giant, CEFC China Energy, for which he was paid almost $5 million, and other commercial contacts,” according to the Washington Post. Author Peter Schweizer has alleged that the laptop has letters to and from Hunter Biden that show him making at least $31 million in dubious international activities, according to Bartiromo.
She also mentioned a New York Post piece on Saturday that purportedly showed Hunter Biden lamenting to his daughter in 2019 about supporting household costs. Hunter Biden said, “I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for the next 30 years.” “It’s really difficult.”
But, unlike Pop, I’m not going to make you give me half your income.” When asked for a response, Jordan replied, “It absolutely appears like Joe Biden was engaged,” adding that there are “4.8 million reasons” to disbelieve the president’s claim during the 2020 campaign that his son’s business transactions with China and Ukraine were not immoral.
“However, Maria, the conspiracy is what worries me the most,” Jordan concluded. “‘Oh, there are these right-wing conspiracies,’ the Left constantly tries to assert. The true conspiracy here was that the Democrats, Big Tech, and Big Media conspired to conceal this story from the American people only days before the most important election we have, an election for president of the United States, an election for who would be commander in chief.”
The 51 former intelligence officials who signed an October 2020 letter asserting Russian participation in the Hunter Biden laptop story, according to the lawmaker, were “maybe the worst of them all.” During one of the 2020 presidential debates with then-President Donald Trump, Joe Biden even branded the tale a Russian plot.
“That letter they wrote where they said this has all the earmarks of a Russian disinformation campaign, that letter became the basis for Big Tech and Big Media to suppress this story and keep it from We the People in the run-up to our most important election,” he remarked. “That’s why we sent a letter to these 51 guys. We want to know who they were talking to, how they came to this conclusion, how they put that letter together, because that was the basis for the conspiracy that kept information from the voters right up before the presidential election.”