Sex, Drugs, Laptop Drop & Roll – Hunter Biden & Naughty Big Government

Bribery. Drugs. Corruption. Big tech censorship. The Hunter Biden Laptop scandal has a Natural Confectionary Company ‘Party Mix’ of scandals, so thick and heavy it makes 50 Shades look like Blues Clues.

 

To summarise; Hunter Biden (Son of Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden), handed three laptops in for servicing at a computer repair shop in Delaware on 19 April 2019, only to have not returned to pick them up, nor pay for the service. Under law, the merchant is entitled to keep the laptop if it isn’t picked up after 90 days.

 Hunter Biden

In August 2019, when Hunter Biden’s dealings with Ukrainian energy company Burisma, for which he had a board seat netting him approx $83,000 USD/month (despite having no energy sector experience), came under national media attention, shop owner John Mac Issac, then contacted the FBI urging them to retrieve the Laptops as they may have been relevant to the investigation. The FBI never responded, and Isaac’s suspicions were well-founded.

 

Isaac then made contact with former NY Major & Trump confidante Rudy Guiliani, who then passed a copy of the drive onto the NY post. The write-up of the laptop’s contents was so damaging to Biden that Twitter disabled sharing of the story.

 

The laptop proves, aside from files logging Hunter’s substantial Chinese influence, dalliance with illicit drugs and proclivity for paid sex, that Joe Biden’s longstanding position of Ignorance regarding Hunter Biden’s business dealings is total crap.

 

According to the NY Post

 

“Less than eight months after Pozharskyi thanked Hunter Biden for the introduction to his dad, 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.”

 

 

Email Correspondence showing Joe Met with Burisma - Source: NY Post

 

Joe Biden, after having met with Burisma government and public affairs representative Vadym Pozharskyi, withheld US foreign aid to Ukraine, unless the public prosecutor investigating Burisma for corruption was fired. Further, Biden’s official schedule for the date in question had no record of an official Burisma meeting, therefor indicating a wilful circumvention of public record, or worse, a cover-up.

 

The follow up from the NY Post detailed a potential pay-for-play scheme between Hunter Biden & the Former Shanghai-based conglomerate CEFC China Energy Co.

 

 

Email Correspondence showing Potential Hunter Biden Remuneration Packages with CEFC - Source: NY Post  

The emails also included a separate deal outline, which involved the employment of a Joint-Venture company which was half owned by Hunter and half-owned by ‘since vanished chairman’ Ye Jianming, whereby Hunter would receive in excess of $10million US per year from “introductions” alone.

  

Email Correspondence with Hunter Biden’s Uncle Robert Biden outlining new deal arrangement with CEFC Chairman Ye Jianming  - Source: NY Post

 

How did the media report the story? Twitter and Facebook restricted its sharing, and one needn’t look far to recognise the journalistic double standards, hilariously illustrated here, in the examination of the article’s contents. The tried and proven-to-be-bullshit ‘RUSSIA DID IT’ defence is now, as expected, being flouted shamelessly by mainstream media, nailing Giuliani as an ‘agent of the Kremlin’ and wilfully participating in a Russian disinformation campaign to smear the good name of Creepy Joe Biden. Jesus Christ not this again.

 

What can we learn? We already knew that politicians and unelected officials line their own pockets and look after their mates. Now we can finally see the darker corners of the Big State apparatus, the sale of access. Whilst we can reasonably tolerate over-budget infrastructure spends, expense account abuses and unproductive bickering, the true devil lies in the sale of access and favours behind Government doors. $10m per year for 3 threes for Introductions alone is sickening.

 

We should at all stages in the democratic process limit bureaucratic control over our lives. Whilst living in a democracy, and electing representatives, the administration and execution of the policies they prosecute ultimately falls in the hands of unelected officials, bureaucrats and special interest groups. To limit their control, we must elect officials who seek not to pursue the ‘Public Good’, but allow us autonomy over what is good for each of us the public is a conglomerate of individuals in the first place.

 

One can’t help but spare a thought for Julian Assange, rendered politically radioactive for exposing the very type of shady dealings now capturing the national spotlight. The impregnable defence of Julian Assange and Wikileaks is that the Government is incapable of safeguarding your data. It is much better that Government activities be left in the open, than employed as political fodder for shady back-room deals, extortion and favours. If you sell your own property without jumping through the right hoops, you can be liable. If you sell access to the Vice President to foreign powers, you’re a protected species. The person who loses the most from these deals is the taxpayer. Worth remembering.   

 

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