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Tuesday Jul 05, 2022

NYT confirms laptop emails as networks punt into huge Hunter Biden story

In a story posted on Wednesday night, New York Times Eventually the intensive confession came close What many knew in 2020, however, is like the fearless New York Post, Was censored To put it bluntly, emails on Hunter Biden’s laptop are real. And, even worse, that specific e-mail Times Burisma is sure to be involved.

Worse for Hunter, it was revealed that he had taken out a loan to pay millions in back taxes when a “comprehensive federal investigation” into his life expanded, including the testimony of a woman who allegedly With the father of a child. Of course, this was not a topic of interest for ABC, CBS and NBC’s Thursday Broadcast Network morning newscast.

The exposure came from the heels of the story at the start of the week that the State Department released The transfer will begin Any communication involving or referencing Hunter Times Following a lawsuit filed under the Freedom of Information Act.

As for what Times The print edition of Thursday, reported by Katie Benner, Ken Vogel and Michael Schmidt, is Hunter’s A-20 and is buried. “A significant tax liability has been paid, even as a grand jury continues to gather evidence in a comprehensive examination of its international business transactions.”

In a line that would have screamed from their side in 2020, Times Hunter admits “Professional life intersected with his father’s public service, including working as a registered lobbyist for domestic interests and following deals and clients in Asia and Europe while his father was vice president.”

As a result, they have added “The federal grand jury heard testimony from two witnesses in Wilmington, Dale, one of whom was a former employee of Hunter Biden whose lawyer was later subpoenaed for financial records that reflect money received from Mr. Biden.” Burisma.

They continue, explaining what is still unclear and how the first son saw his dealings with China and Kazakhstan (click “expand”):

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Prosecutors have also questioned possible FARA violations by a Washington-based consulting firm, Blue Star Strategies, which worked on a mechanism for the Ukrainian power agency that assisted Mr Biden brokers, according to documents and people familiar with the investigation.

(….)

Hunter Biden told associates in recent months that he had paid federal taxes that were the subject of a judicial investigation. He told an associate that the tax liability was more than 1 million, and that he would have to take out a loan to pay it off.

Federal tax prosecutors typically fight to prevent judges from knowing if defendants have paid their return tax bill, arguing that the offense occurs when the return is falsely filed or not filed at all.[.]

(….)

Investigators have examined Mr Biden’s relationship with the interests of Kazakhstan, according to people familiar with the matter, a Chinese energy agency and Burisma, a Ukrainian energy agency.

They say prosecutors have investigated the payments and gifts Mr Biden or his associates received from foreign interests, including a car donated to fund a company affiliated with the Kazakh oligarch and a diamond from a Chinese energy tycoon.

Only in Article 27 did they receive his emails (and in the previous two graphs, indicating his corrupt business partners) and once there, the Times unpacked Hunter’s attempt to cover his tracks (click “Extend”):

People familiar with the investigation say prosecutors examined emails about Mr. Biden, Mr. Archer and others about Burisma and other foreign business activities. The emails came from a cache of files obtained by The New York Times, which appears to have come from an abandoned laptop at Mr. Biden’s Delaware repair shop. Emails and others in the cache were known to them and verified through investigation.

In some emails, Mr. Biden expressed contact with FARA and expressed a desire not to trigger it.

In an email to Mr. Archer in April 2014, Mr. Biden outlined his vision for working with Burisma. In the email, Hunter Biden indicated that the forthcoming announcement of Vice President Biden’s visit to Ukraine – referred to in the email as “my man” but not by name – should be marked as part of our consultation and deliberation. But what he will say and do Out of our control. “

The announcement “could be a really good thing or it could create very big expectations. We need to temper expectations about that tour,” wrote Hunter Biden.

Vice President Biden arrived in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, about a week after the email.

In the same April 2014 email, Hunter Biden indicated that Burisma officials “must know in no uncertain terms that we will not and cannot directly interfere with domestic policymakers, and that we must adhere strictly to FARA and any other U.S. law. Across the board.”

He referred to the two cabinet divisions in the White House and the National Security Council, and suggested that Bois Schiller-Flexner list the law firm where he worked at the time to help Burisma through “direct talks on state, power and the NSC.”

The agency could “create a media plan and provide legal protection and, if necessary, mitigate the negative internal US press about the current leadership,” Mr. Biden wrote in an email.

Benner, Vogel and Schmidt also mentioned in another exchange that Burisma officials were at an April 2015 dinner in Washington where the then vice president would be, claimed. “[i]It is not clear whether t [they] Although attended the dinner [Joe Biden] Made an appearance[.]”

Author of the hit book Laptops from hellNew York Post columnist Miranda Devine highlights their ambiguity:

Speaking of burying information, Times Luden Alexis Roberts, a former employee of Hunter, ends with five paragraphs. Former stripperThe mother of the accused child has filed a case against him “For Child Support and Parenting in 2019” And spoke with both the prosecutor and the grand jury.

Hours ago Times Pieces, of Fox Business Network Evening Edit News coverage about FOIA requests.

Host Liz MacDonald called it the “next level” Washington Examiner Reporter Byron York called the move “Too bad for Hunter Biden” And “Showing[ed] News agencies that weren’t really enthusiastic about what we’re talking about are really interested. ” After the Biden camp benefited from “social media repression” in 2020.

In contrast, ABC’s Good morning America How two minutes 20 seconds cut Dangerous and presumably undisputed drawbridges (Which is news only for confused drivers), CBS Morning There was an outline of a new line of T-shirts made of fabric that monitors you and NBC’s Today Kerry sent Sanders to a party with St. Patrick’s Day celebrants.

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