Joe Biden’s corrupt and troubled son, Hunter, already under federal investigation for possible tax violations and foreign lobbying concerns, now appears to have had unfettered access to the trove of classified documents the president illegally stored in his private Delaware residence.
Hunter Biden has also faced scrutiny over lying on a firearms application and illegally disposing of a handgun.
Fox News reported that Hunter Biden listed his father’s Delaware home as his own main residence in at least three separate instances. In one case, he provided the home address for a credit card application and in another he used the home for an Apple account. Fox News provided additional images corroborating this new information.
Moreover, New York Post reporter Miranda Devine shared receipts of a completed background check in which Hunter Biden also listed the Delaware home as his primary residence.
In 2018 Hunter Biden claimed he owned the house where Joe Biden kept classified documents alongside his Corvette in the garage Via @jj_talking pic.twitter.com/L7c80MRRiS
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) January 12, 2023
If true, it raises a host of new questions and concerns about what Hunter Biden may have done with sensitive materials and information that could have been gleaned from documents. His work in Ukraine and China, for example, landed him extremely well-paying jobs for which he would appear to have little reason to otherwise hold them.
Famously, Hunter Biden used to serve on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma and was paid millions of dollars despite not seeming to have a background in neither the country nor the industry.
These latest revelations come on the heels of the initial report that Biden was illegally storing classified documents at a Chinese-funded think tank in Washington, D.C. Of that story, Fox News wrote:
The White House revealed this week that classified documents were discovered at the Washington, D.C., office for President Biden’s think tank, the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, in early November.
The inimitable Peter Doocy used his position to call to light the egregious violation of trust and security measures during a Q&A with the president.
“Classified documents next to your Corvette? What were you thinking?” Doocy asked the president.
“I’m going to get the chance to speak on all of this, God willing it’ll be soon, but I said earlier this week — and by the way, my Corvette is in a locked garage. It’s not like it’s sitting out in the street,” Biden replied back.
“So the documents were in a locked garage?” Doocy followed up.
“Yes, as well as my Corvette. But as I said earlier this week, people know I take classified documents and classified material seriously,” Biden replied again, revealing his sincere disregard for the seriousness of the matter. “I also said we’re cooperating fully and completely with the Justice Department’s review.”
Fox continued on this story, writing that the Department of Justice has been informed of the matter and has been looking into it since December. Notably, the first report on documents being held at the think tank were known prior to the midterm elections but withheld from the public until just recently in a move reminiscent of the silencing of the Hunter Biden laptop story in 2020.
President Biden acknowledged Thursday morning that a document with classified markings from his time as vice president was found in his personal library, along with other classified documents found in his garage. Attorney General Merrick Garland said Biden’s lawyers informed the Justice Department on Thursday of the discovery of a classified document at Biden’s home, after FBI agents first retrieved other documents from the garage in December.
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