Hunter Biden told impeachment investigators he did not involve his father in his business ventures, claiming to be ‘high or drunk’ when he wrote that he was sitting with Joe

by | Feb 29, 2024

Hunter Biden told investigators that he did not involve his father in his business dealings in his opening statement to the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday.

His assertion conflicts directly with the committee's documentation and witness testimony, as well as Hunter’s own statements and publicly available evidence.

Hunter Biden claimed in congressional testimony on Wednesday that he was “high or drunk” when he wrote to a Chinese associate in 2017 that he was “sitting here with my father.” This was shortly before an amount of $5.1 million was transferred to Biden family-linked accounts

On Wednesday night, a readout of the 54-year-old first son's closed-door impeachment inquiry deposition was provided to a number of news outlets, citing Hunter's claim that President Biden had nothing to do with the deregulation of Chinese state-linked CEFC China Energy.

“Hunter admitted that he was high or drunk when he sent the ‘stting here with my father’ WhatsApp message to the incorrect recipient, and is now embarrassed by the message,” the readout states.

According to the same source, Hunter “confirmed that his dad wasn’t sitting next to him” because photos from the first son's abandoned laptop actually show that he was at his father's Wilmington, Delaware, home on the day of the threat.

IRS agent Joseph Ziegler, who along with his supervisor Gary Shapley alleged a Justice Department coverup to protect Joe and Hunter Biden, gave Congress access to the WhatsApp missive last year.

The Justice Department barred the IRS agents from pursuing evidence involving Joe Biden, and they repeatedly told Congress that they were not permitted to obtain cellphone geolocation data that might have revealed whether Hunter was actually sat with his father.

James Biden's first brother was prominently included in the CEFC deal, which was one of the most lucrative for the Biden family.

Source: New York Post

Source: Just The News

 

 

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