House Judiciary Committee issues statement affirming smoking-gun emails incriminating Biden

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(Natural News) In a recent press release, the House Judiciary Committee affirmed that Hunter Biden did, in fact, introduce his father Joe to a top executive at Burisma less than a year before the former vice president pressured the Ukrainian government to can a prosecutor who was investigating the company.

The meeting, which was unknown to the public up until this last week, was mentioned in a message of appreciation that Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to the board of Burisma, allegedly sent to Hunter on April 17, 2015, roughly a year after Hunter joined the Burisma board at a monthly salary of around $50,000.

“Dear Hunter, thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together,” Pozharskyi allegedly wrote. “It’s realty [sic] an honor and pleasure.”

An earlier email from Pozharskyi, Burisma’s No. 3 executive, that was sent in May 2014 reveals him asking Hunter for “advice on how you could use your influence” with Joe to help Burisma, something that Joe himself vehemently denies claiming that he has “never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.”

All of this and more was found on a laptop that Hunter reportedly dropped off at a repair shop in Delaware, only to never retrieve it. After 90 days of no show and no payment, the repair shop’s owner discovered a trove of data on its hard drive, including these incriminating emails.

“Other material extracted from the computer includes a raunchy, 12-minute video that appears to show Hunter, who’s admitted struggling with addiction problems, smoking crack while engaged in a sex act with an unidentified woman, as well as numerous other sexually explicit images,” the committee reports.

“The customer who brought in the water-damaged MacBook Pro for repair never paid for the service or retrieved it or a hard drive on which its contents were stored, according to the shop owner, who said he tried repeatedly to contact the client.”

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Though the shop owner was unable to positively identify the hardware’s owner as Hunter, the laptop did supposedly have a sticker emblazoned on the back of it that read “Beau Biden Foundation,” in honor of Joe’s other son, a former attorney general, who is now deceased.

Images of a Delaware federal subpoena that were shared with the New York Post, the paper that first broke the story, show that Hunter’s laptop, including its hard drive, were seized by the FBI back in December after the shop owner notified authorities.

Before turning over the device, however, the shop owner made copies of the hard drive, which was perfectly in line with the law as the contract signed by Hunter stated that after 90 days of no show and no payment, the laptop would basically no longer be Hunter’s property.

As it also turns out, the FBI did absolutely nothing upon receiving the evidence from the shop owner, prompting him to take matters into his own hands and submit what he found to the Post.

We now know that less than eight months after Pozharskyi thanked Hunter for introducing him to his dad that the then-vice president admittedly “pressured Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk into getting rid of Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin by threatening to withhold a $1 billion US loan guarantee during a December 2015 trip to Kiev.”

In other words, Joe, while serving as vice president, allegedly engaged in a massive pay-to-play scheme that many now say serves as evidence that Joe committed treason against the United States.

Be sure to read the full press release from the House Judiciary Committee at this link.

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