Records reveal prostitute tied to Hunter Biden received federal COVID money

Hunter Biden made the news again recently, this time over a report that a prostitute he was associated with received over $20,000 worth of federal COVID money.

As reported by The Daily Wire, records show that Cheryl Deboves was loaned the cash in April 2021 as part of the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

The Daily Wire noted how although Deboves’ PPP application stated that she was running a “female owned sole proprietorship” which operated in the field of “Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers,” messages obtained from Biden’s laptop suggest a different line of work.

Drug pipe supplier

“Honestly babe the problem is you have too many girls there,” Deboves told Biden in a message from August 2018.

“I understand you like a lot of girls but that’s fine do one at a time at the tops to Which is fine but just hire the second girl for like 1 hour,” she continued.

For his part, Biden sent another message in which he asked Deboves to supply him with drug paraphernalia. She responded, “Hey babe don’t you need a pipe and chore?”

On another occasion, Deboves turned to Biden for assistance when she was apparently being threatened by ex-convicts.

“Eric keeps threatening me, and now he has someone named keaton threatening me too who just got out of prison or whatever… Can you please help me? Like he scares me a lot. I hate it when men threaten women,” she wrote.

The Daily Wire noted that Deboves was not the only one to benefit from federal assistance in the months after Biden’s father became president.

Another PPP loan

Another individual named Melissa Underbrink was approved for her own PPP loan while using the same address as Deboves.

The Daily Wire reported that Nevada Department of Corrections records show Underbrink went to prison in 2018 after being found guilty of burglary, drug trafficking, and possession of a stolen credit card.

This was despite the fact that PPP rules forbid the granting of loans to those convicted of “a felony involving fraud, bribery, embezzlement, or a false statement in a loan application or an application for federal financial assistance within the last five years.”

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