Secret Service confirms: Travel logs align with Hunter Biden emails

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(Natural News) Senate investigators found that protective detail logs by the U.S. Secret Service match with certain emails from Hunter Biden. The revelation appears to confirm the authenticity of Biden’s emails obtained by the New York Post in mid-October. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, Hunter’s father, dismissed the “bombshell” emails as false.

Staff members of the Senate committees on Homeland Security and Finance initially spotted the alignments in the logs and the younger Biden’s emails, with some notably referencing Hunter’s travels after declining a Secret Service detail. This prompted Sens. Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA) to request records from Secret Service director James Murray on Oct. 20. The two Republican senators specifically asked Murray to produce records from after July 2014, when security agents stopped accompanying the younger Biden.

The emails released by the Post were obtained from a laptop sent to a Delaware computer store for repairs. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents seized the laptop after the computer store owner informed the bureau of compromising material, but not before copying the device’s contents. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, serving as President Donald Trump’s lawyer, managed to secure a copy of the laptop’s contents before sending the emails to the tabloid.

Secret Service logs match details in a number of Hunter Biden’s correspondences

The Secret Service is mandated to protect immediate family members of the president and vice-president. As the son of a former vice president, Hunter Biden also received a security detail wherever he wants. Three specific emails by Biden referencing trips he made aligned with logs by agents sent to accompany him.


A email written by Biden to his business partner Devon Archer after the midnight of April 13, 2014, mentioned his trip to Houston the next day. A Secret Service log confirmed this trip that occurred from April 13 to April 14 of the same year.

An email by Archer dated May 12, 2014 said that he was with Biden in Doha, Qatar. Secret Service logs confirmed that Biden indeed traveled to the Qatari capital from May 11 to May 14.

A third email penned by Ukrainian executive Vadim Pozharskyi on May 12 was sent to Biden and Archer. Its opening line referring to “talks during a visit to the Como Lake” did not mention a particular date. However, security detail records showed that Biden went on a trip to Italy from April 3 to April 6, 2014. This email by Pozharskyi also asked Biden and Archer for help in addressing “politically motivated actions” against Ukrainian gas company Burisma – where Hunter Biden sat as a board member.

Hunter Biden’s travels reflected in his security detail’s logs cement the Biden family’s Ukraine connection

Similarities in the Secret Service logs and details in Hunter Biden’s emails spotted by Senate committee staff members appear to reinforce that the Biden family, through Hunter, was definitely involved in Ukraine. The elder Biden had previously denied any involvement in Ukraine, even saying that he did not talk to Hunter about “overseas business dealings.”

Pozharskyi’s May 12 email to Hunter Biden and Archer asked for advice about dealing with “representatives of authorities in power” who were approaching Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky. However, Zlochevsky is not exactly an upstanding citizen himself: the Ukrainian oligarch purportedly used his position as the country’s minister of ecology and natural resource to approve oil and gas licenses for Burisma. (Related: TUCKER CARLSON: Email sent to Hunter Biden shows Burisma wanted him to SHUT DOWN investigations into head of Burisma.)

Soon enough, Pozharskyi’s concern was answered. In March 2016, then-Vice President Joe Biden gave then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko an ultimatum. If Poroshenko did not fire the country’s top prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Zlochevsky, the U.S. would revoke loan guarantees worth $1 billion. Shokin was terminated, resulting in his investigation of Burisma being stonewalled.

More emails about the illicit deals involving Joe and Hunter Biden are starting to come to light.

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