Abandoned laptop data confirm numerous Hunter Biden meetings with father, foreign business associates

As if there was not already voluminous evidence pointing to the fact that now-President Joe Biden has long been aware of – and indeed involved in – his son’s questionable foreign business dealings, the New York Post reports that newly-reviewed materials from Hunter Biden’s notoriously abandoned laptop again gives life to the commander in chief’s repeated denials.

According to damning calendar details extracted from Hunter Biden’s infamous computer, he conferred with his father on dozens of different occasions, either at the White House or at the official residence of the vice president during Joe Biden’s tenure in the Obama administration, frequently in the immediate aftermath of overseas business trips that have been the subject of much speculation.

Meeting motives questioned

The meetings at issue occurred between 2008 and 2016, according to the Post, and many have raised concerns that they facilitated the exchange of information between Hunter Biden’s foreign clients and benefactors and his powerful father.

Bolstering those suspicions is the fact that for 21 out of the 30 recently revealed meeting dates between Hunter and Joe Biden, Eric Schwerin, president of the investment firm co-founded by the first son, was also invited to attend.

As the Post indicated, the meetings often came extremely close on the heels of Hunter Biden’s trips abroad to hold high-profile meetings with foreign dignitaries and business leaders, including in-person engagements with Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Ducan of Cote d’Ivoire, numerous Russian oligarchs, Romanian Ambassador to the U.S. George Maior, and more.

Of particular note, the outlet explained, was a 2012 meeting between Joe Biden and former Colombian president Andres Pastrana Arango, whose business influence Hunter Biden had long been pursuing, with Schwerin also taking an active role in guiding the endeavor, saying, “If it works, we’ll all be rich.”

After much schmoozing and back-and-forth discussions with Colombian officials, Hunter Biden successfully arranged the sit-down between his father and Pastrana at the Naval Observatory – then-Vice President Biden’s official residence – with Schwerin listed as an invitee.

Suspending disbelief

Since the 2020 presidential campaign, Joe Biden has made repeated, strenuous denials that he ever spoke to his son about his foreign business entanglements, let alone had any inadvertent knowledge of them, and the White House has effectively played along with that insistence to the present time.

However, late last month, more damning information from the abandoned laptop surfaced that suggested that Joe Biden was indeed in the loop with regard to his son’s foreign money-making schemes, and that he kept close personal tabs on the situation.

As the Washington Examiner noted, an unearthed voicemail message left by Joe Biden for Hunter contained words of reassurance that amid the release of a New York Times piece chronicling the latter’s involvement with a problematic Chinese energy conglomerate, he was almost certainly off the hook in terms further risk of exposure.

“I thought the article released online, it’s going to be printed tomorrow in the Times, was good,” Biden told his son, adding, “I think you’re clear.”

Despite the growing mountain of patently contradictory evidence otherwise, the president and members of his administration are continuing to pin their hopes on an electorate plagued by willful blindness as well as collective amnesia, pressing forward with one implausible – and indeed insulting – denial of Biden family complicity after another.

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