The media has given some credence to the damning evidence shown on the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, though most of it came over a year after the 2020 election, where the contents of the laptop were censored to protect then Presidential candidate Joe Biden from scrutiny.
Still, they have continued to deny that President Joe Biden participated in the illicit foreign deals that his son, Hunter Biden was making, let alone participated in them.
New evidence has emerged that Biden was well aware of the foreign business deals Hunter Biden was making and even personally drafted responses to protect his son from media and legal scrutiny.
The new reports come after leaked phone calls between Joe and Hunter Biden indicated that Joe tipped Hunter off about a New York Times article covering his business deals in 2015.
New evidence surfacing from the National Archives indicates that White House Communications director Kate Bedingfield also knew that Biden was aware of Hunter Biden’s business dealings and of Biden’s role in protecting and facilitating them.
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https://t.co/wSTMBIzv7c just ran my column on the release of a key email in the Hunter Biden controversy — and what it says about President Biden's continued denial of any knowledge or involvement in the foreign dealings. https://t.co/5DbY7CxeKO
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) March 23, 2023
Now, emails have emerged that show that Biden personally helped draft responses to the controversial deals in 2015 when he was vice president. It also appears that Biden officials like former White House communications director Kate Bedingfield knew of his role even as the president continued to deny any involvement.
The National Archives has released emails that show that then-Vice President Biden approved an official statement in December 2015 about Hunter Biden’s position on a Ukrainian energy company’s board.
The new emails show that, as early as 2015, Bedingfield told Hunter’s top financial lieutenant Eric Schwerin via email that Joe Biden approved a statement regarding Hunter’s board position. Yet, for years, Biden’s communications office repeated his denial of any involvement or knowledge. That stands in contradiction to Bedingfield’s 2015 email acknowledging that “VP signed off on this — will give this quote to reporters in my name shortly.” Bedingfield left the White House earlier this year.
At some point, Democratic leaders will have to recognize the obvious or join the Bidens (and many journalists) in the cast of this theater of the absurd.