A lawsuit from an unexpected source threatens to expose Hunter Biden’s darkest secret
The Hunter Biden scandal is about to heat up.
Joe Biden and his handlers must be nervous.
And that’s because this lawsuit from an unexpected source threatens to expose Hunter Biden’s darkest secret.
In 2020, the New York Times published a series of stories about Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Europe as well as efforts by some Ukrainians to meddle in the 2016 elections.
Now the Times filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the State Department seeking emails and documents from the Romanian embassy between 2015 and 2019 about Hunter Biden and his business associate turned whistleblower, Tony Bobulinski.
The Times is investigating possible corruption between embassy officials and Hunter Biden’s business interests.
One of the Times’ goals in the suit appears to be finding out whether embassy officials did any favors on behalf of private businesses (including, presumably, that of the president’s son) that would raise questions about possible conflicts of interest and corruption.
Specifically, the request seeks records about “(1) the possible improper use of federal government resources to assist and advance private business interests with connections to United States government officials and (2) the possible evasion of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) by those private business interests, and (3) the non-enforcement of FARA by the federal government in relation to those private business interests.”
Hunter Biden’s business dealings abroad are one of the great undercovered scandals in American political history.
The New York Post broke another blockbuster story about companies linked to Communist China’s intelligence service and defense contractors allegedly paying the Biden family $31 million.
The New York Times and the rest of the corporate-controlled media won’t touch that story.
But the Times does appear to be dipping its toes back into the Hunter Biden scandal by filing a lawsuit to gain access to records about the intersection between his businesses in Romania and embassy officials.
Considering the son of a Democrat President – one everyone at the Times gladly supports – sits at the center of this scandal, the Times would not take off on investigating this story if they did not have a solid lead that this was real.
Once the Times publishes a story about Hunter Biden, it serves as a permission slip for the rest of the corporate-controlled media to jump in and conduct their own investigations into Hunter Biden and his business dealings.
And that could be bad news for Joe Biden and the Democrats.