Vetting Document Reveals Hunter Biden Paid For Biden Home With Classified Documents

On Monday, confidential documents from Joe Biden’s tenure as VP were discovered in his private office at the University of Pennsylvania.

Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel as a result of the discovery of further sensitive materials hidden in Biden’s garage. This was close to the president’s car at his house in Delaware.

Special Counsel

Garland has designated a special counsel to oversee the investigation into the possible mishandling of confidential materials by President Joe Biden. Robert Hur is the special counsel.

Nonetheless, there appears to be more going on than meets the eye.

Per a 2018 “Background Screening Request” form filled out by Hunter Biden, the president’s son asserted ownership of the Delaware property where the secret materials were discovered.

After his 2017 separation from ex-wife Kathleen Buhle, the now-52-year-old began putting the Wilmington residence as his address and fraudulently claimed ownership of the home on a July 2018 lease application vetting form.

Hunter Biden said on the “Monthly Rent” section of the form that he paid $49,910 monthly rent.

Town & Country magazine believes the Delaware mansion is worth roughly $2 million; so if Hunter Biden paid roughly $600,000 per year in rent, he is significantly overpaying.

Hunter Biden asserted in 2018 that he owned the residence where Joe Biden stored confidential materials and his Corvette in the garage. Was this Hunter Biden’s way of giving his father the money he gained through his political ties?

After Hunter’s separation was settled in May of 2017, his business associate James Gilliar included him in an email regarding a collaboration with Chinese state-owned energy giant, CEFC China Energy.

Hunter and his associates would get 20 percent of the equity in the new firm. 10 percent would go to Joe Biden’s brother, James Biden, and the remaining 10% would be “kept by H for the big man.”

The Big Guy

Tony Bobulinski, one of Hunter’s former work colleagues, said he met with Joe Biden on May 2, 2017 to discuss the CEFC venture and that the president was the “big guy” mentioned in Gilliar’s email.

The following year, federal authorities began examining whether Hunter and his business colleagues had broken tax and money laundering rules throughout their commercial activities in China and elsewhere.

On the laptop Hunter left in a Delaware repair shop in 2019 and never retrieved, emails and other documents relating to the deals were discovered.

According to text conversations discovered on the computer of Hunter Biden, the president’s son was responsible for 50 percent of the family’s spending. How did Hunter Biden return his father’s money?

According to the New York Post, the laptop lacks concrete evidence of such money transfers, but it does reveal that Hunter was usually responsible for household costs, including renovations to the Wilmington property.

Recent reports indicate authorities think they have sufficient evidence to prosecute the first son with tax offenses, as well as lying on federal paperwork about his drug consumption so he could purchase a firearm in 2018.

This article appeared in NewsHouse and has been published here with permission.