As evidence piles up of Joe Biden's corruption, Hunter Biden's lawyer is denying that the President benefited at any point from his son's international business deals.
Attorney Abbe Lowell claimed that Joe Biden did not share profits with his son, despite texts and e-mails that suggest otherwise.
"I can tell you that Hunter did not share his business with his dad," attorney Abbe Lowell said during a recent CNN interview.
"I can tell you that he did not share money from his businesses with his dad. And as the evidence out there, his dad, like all good parents, tried to help Hunter when Hunter needed that help."
The news last week that Republicans will launch an impeachment inquiry prompted a furious response from Democrats, and a thinly veiled defense from the mainstream media, which obligingly trumpeted the claim that there is "no evidence" of wrongdoing by Biden.
Republicans counter that there is a dense paper trail of e-mails, text messages, bank records, and more showing a link between father and son.
These include the infamous "the big guy" e-mail, in which James Gilliar discussed splitting the proceeds from a Chinese business deal, and a 2019 text in which Hunter griped about sharing half his income with "Pop."
"I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family Fro (sic) 30 years. It's really hard. But don't worry unlike Pop I won't make you give me half your salary," Hunter wrote.
In another infamous text, Hunter warned a Chinese business partner that he was sitting with his father "waiting for the call."
Hunter's business partner Eric Schwerin also kept up a regular correspondence with the first son that suggests Hunter was supporting his father
One e-mail mentions Hunter needing to pay a $190 bill to AT&T for "JRB."
In a 2018 text exchange with an assistant, Hunter complained about paying off his father's credit cards for more than a decade.
"My dad has been using most lines on this account which I’ve through the gracious offerings of Eric [Schwerin] have paid for past 11 years," Hunter wrote.
While it appears Hunter was covering his father's bills, it was his father's connections that opened doors for the first son.
Devon Archer testified that Joe Biden was "the brand" Hunter peddled abroad and that Joe Biden spoke over the phone with his son's business partners many times.
Archer's testimony forced Biden to update his talking points, after he spent years insisting there was absolutely no connection between him and his son's business deals.
Now, the narrative is that Biden did not directly discuss or profit from it, but even that claim is untenable in light of the evidence.
The facts are damning, for those willing to acknowledge them.