Hunter Biden and “The Big Guy” have gotten their hands ensnared in a number of different cookie jars as of late, but the latest revelations from an exclusive investigative report from the Daily Mail set the bar fairly high even for those two.
As reported by The Blaze, which provided an in-depth assessment of the Mail’s investigation, Hunter and his friends engaged in all kinds of shenanigans with their questionable LLC with even more questionable timing.
“Back in 2009, Hunter co-founded Rosemont Seneca Partners with disgraced political adviser Devon Archer and Chris Heinz, the stepson of former Secretary of State John Kerry,” the outlet reported.
No shocker there. Formed fresh after Obama’s inauguration.
Clearly, selling political favors was their business; otherwise, why not form such a partnership much, much earlier?
Especially hilarious is the fact that John Kerry’s stepson apparently got in on the action as well.
The outlet then reported perhaps one of the more dubious business transactions that the corrupt LLC received.
“Then three years later, Rosemont Realty – which also employed many of the same personnel, including Hunter and Archer, as Rosemont Seneca Partners – began planning to purchase real estate in seven different states for hundreds of millions of dollars. According to the Daily Mail, Baturina’s company, INTECO Management AG, invested $40 million in that project,” the outlet added.
Well then. $40M.
That’s quite the investment. Almost like an investment that has strings attached …
Indeed, the husband of Russian oligarch Yelena Baturina coolly remarked that the $40M constituted “a payment to enter the American market.”
Right. And what kind of “market” would that be? The arms market?
One thing is for sure: Hunter and his buddies apparently couldn’t contain their glee over $40M in the short run without giving any serious concern to the real costs in the long run.
In fact, they couldn’t stop urging others to get in on the deal.
In an email to Kazakhstani businessman Kenes Rakishev, Devon Archer asserted that the deal was “too attractive not to share.”
More like “too deadly” in the wake of the current war.
“[T]his is a deal we’re closing next month and it’s just too attractive not to share. Inteco, who I know you know, is taking a significant equity piece,” Archer urged.
Right. Listen to Archer, who sounds like he has about as many ethics as Hunter Biden did.
After all, consider his rather illustrious track record, as also reported by The Blaze.
“Archer, a former Abercrombie & Fitch model who then became an adviser to Kerry, is currently serving a year in prison for defrauding a Native American tribe in a bond scheme.”
Wow. A “model” turned fraudster. Sounds like a typical Dem.
Defrauding a Native American tribe, however, is especially vicious, not to mention one of the many “fun facts” Biden had the pleasure of hiding while on the campaign trail.
Americans, however, are sick of it, and that $40M payment will likely hurl them more deeply into Team GOP.
As reported by The Daily Wire, it is clear that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is rapidly becoming one of the nation’s most respected politicians, one who may well take the White House in just a few years’ time.
“A new mainstream poll found that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) ranks #1 in terms of highest net approval rating among all major American politicians,” the outlet reported.
It would be nice to have a president whose son doesn’t profit to the tunes of tens of millions off of violent, murderous regimes.
Author: Ofelia Thornton