The latest revelations from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop have horrified the White House. A series of recently leaked text messages reveals that Hunter was providing significant funding to his father for decades, further contravening the White House’s claim that Biden had nothing to do with his son’s overseas business dealings.
According to recent reports from the New York Post, Hunter sent a series of texts to his daughter, Naomi, in January 2019, declaring that he hopes she and her siblings can “do what [he] did” by “[paying] for everything” over the past thirty years.
“I hope you all can … pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years,” Biden growled in the recently unearthed text messages.
“It’s really hard,” the president’s son continued, before telling Naomi not to worry as “unlike Pop,” he will not force her to hand over fifty percent of her salary.
As noted by the Post, “Pop” refers to Hunter’s nickname for his father, the current President of the United States.
Hunter Biden has grown notorious for reaping significant benefits from his father’s reputation as a highly ranked American senator, especially in terms of acquiring lucrative job opportunities requiring little to no effort on Hunter’s behalf.
However, the skeptical deals brokered by the president’s son came with the expectation that he would pay a significant percentage back to his family, per varied emails and text messages discovered on the infamous laptop, which had been abandoned in a Delaware repair shop in April 2019.
While the data released thus far does not contain direct evidence for the text messages, such as images of money transfers, the messages do contain sufficient information that reveal the expectations placed upon Hunter in exchange for profiting richly from various foreign agreements.
For instance, one email sent to Hunter from Eric Schwerin, an alleged business partner, reveals that funds were being delegated to maintain Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware. With a subject line of “JRB Bills,” in reference to President Biden, the email details costs such as $1,475 for painting the “back wall and columns at the lake house.”
At the time of the 2010 email, Schwerin was serving as President of Rosemont Seneca Partners, which was founded by Hunter and directly linked to China.