The Biden Family Business Goes Back Much Farther Than We Thought

According to a new book, Joe Biden and his family used their position of authority to push commercial transactions with corporations seeking his favor even before Hunter Biden explored joining Burisma, a Ukrainian oil company.

Throughout her recent novel, Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide, New York Post writer Miranda Devine claims that Joe Biden benefitted immensely from his political clout in a series of serendipitous real estate landfalls, even as practically every individual of the Biden family acknowledged their very own cut of the pie.

“While Joe Biden waged war on white privilege from the White House, his own family was the living embodiment of the worst of it,” writes Devine. “Joe has always made sure the Bidens lived a life of unearned privilege and entitlement under his beneficent patronage,” she continues in the book, which hits store shelves on Tuesday. “Like members of a hereditary aristocracy, the Bidens would have access to the best America can give, the most prestigious educational institutions, internships, clerkships, scholarships, directorships, and government sinecures.”

Hunter Biden was chosen as just the family's cash cow decades back, according to Devine. “Hunter, who would have preferred to be an artist or a writer, was assigned the role of paying the bills for the rest of the family through lucrative grace-and-favor jobs and sweetheart deals facilitated by Joe’s network of connections in Delaware and, later, throughout the world,” she writes.

Hunter controlled 10% of a Chinese business contract for "the big man," according to documents from his lost laptop, and Devine references an email Hunter sent to his oldest daughter, Naomi, in 2019: “I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years. It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike Pop, I won’t make you give me half your salary.”

Hunter’s Aunt, who raised him after his mother’s untimely death, alleged that Hunter complained to her that although Joe co-signed loans for Hunter and Beau Hunter was expected to pay him for both. “Dad never paid one dime,” Hunter wrote in an email, the book says.

In many emails, Devine claims she discovered proof that Joe Biden profited from Hunter's arrangements, including one about "JRB bills." Hunter is shut out of one of his Wells Fargo accounts, according to another email obtained by Devine, dated April 12, 2018, because "[m]y dad has been utilizing most lines on this account which I've paid for the previous 11 years with the kind contributions of Eric [Schwerin, a close family adviser]." When Schwerin talks about the amount of money in "my" account, he uses scare quotes to suggest that the account's contents solely belong to him in name.

Devine traces the origins of the problem back to Delaware decades ago and claims that the "grift" managed by Joe Biden benefited the whole Biden family, including the future president himself.

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