In emails leaked recently, Hunter Biden is seen leveraging his relationship with his father to get more money.
How will this affect the voters’ opinion of Joe Biden as president?
Now, Hunter Biden wishes this one secret never got out.
A slew of newly published emails have surfaced that are sure to greatly disrupt the political community.
In these emails, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, used his relationship with his father to increase his pay at the Ukrainian gas company Burisma.
Hunter Biden has been in the news before for other allegations against him, including his connections with Burisma.
But now it appears these allegations have weight.
The emails reportedly came from a laptop which was dropped off for repairs last April in Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware.
Whoever dropped off the laptop never paid for the service nor retrieved the device.
In December, Federal law enforcement officials reportedly seized the laptop after the store owner made them aware of it.
However, before the laptop was seized, the store owner made a copy of the hard drive, a step all computer repair shops take to ensure the devices they service are recoverable.
The New York Post received a copy of the hard drive on Sunday and reported:
“Hunter Biden discussed leveraging his connection to his father in a bid to boost his pay from a Ukrainian natural-gas company, according to an e-mail he sent around the time he joined the firm’s corporate board.In a lengthy memo to his then-business partner, Devon Archer, who already sat on the Burisma board, Biden repeatedly mentioned “my guy” while apparently referring to then-Vice President Joe Biden.
Under President Barack Obama, the elder Biden was the point person for US policy toward Ukraine, and he held a press conference there with Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on April 22, 2014.
Hunter Biden’s e-mail to Archer is dated a little more than a week earlier.”
Below is a partial transcript of the email:
“We need to ask for long term agreement and across the board participation,” the email stated. “This is a huge step for us that could easily become very complicated. And if we are not protected financially regardless of the outcome we could find ourselves frozen out of a lot of current and future opportunities…This could be the break we have been waiting for if they really are smart enough to understand our long term value. If they are looking to just use us until the storm passes then we risked far too much for far too little. Finally, we need to have a plan on how we develop a corporate entity or LLP that allows us to draw on funds generated here to free us from existing (under-producing current commitments) and to build our own investment and expansion strategy. Maintaining the status quo is not an option.”
These emails clearly show Hunter Biden attempting to gain more power and rise up the corporate ladder.
As these emails continue to reveal the character of Hunter Biden, how will voters now view his father, a presidential candidate?
Only time will tell.