The notorious “laptop from hell” has once again demonstrated that President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden’s expensive, pleasurable pursuits were paid for by his father.
According to information discovered in the laptop, Hunter Biden had received hundreds of thousands of dollars from his father in a brief period of time. Jerry Dunleavy and Andrew Kerr wrote for the Washington Examiner that President Joe Biden had sent his son Hunter “a total of $100,000 to assist with [his] bills between Dec. 2018 and Jan. 2019.” Despite Hunter’s claims that he used it under valid pretexts, records indicate he frequently used much of it on Russian escorts.
According to the authors, Joe Biden was “naïve” about his son’s activities, and that he was unaware of them. However, Hunter’s regular pattern of behavior – unkept promises, feuds with other family members about money — as well as the fact that financial institutions had to cease some of his financial transactions, Joe Biden should have been very concerned.
Hunter Biden used services from UberGFE, a shadowy organization that “claimed apparent locations in ‘St. Petersburg – Moscow – Kiev’ as recently as 2016,” according to the report by Kerr and Dunleavy. UberGFE is not based in the United States.
A particularly distressing incident between Hunter Biden and an unnamed escort took place in January 2019, according to the laptop. Hunter paid his UberGFE contact, Eva, $5,000 for 8 hours with the young escort. He then attempted to extend his time with the girl for another 16 hours but was unable to do so himself because the price was $10,000.
Joe Biden wired his son $5,000 an hour and a half after Hunter pleaded with Eva for more time. Richard Ruffner, who was Joe Biden’s assistant at the time, apologized to Hunter shortly afterward: “I’m sorry Joe Biden only able to do $5000 because the weekly limit is $7500.”
Joe Biden replied, “75 is wired today.”
Hunter applied for and was given $20,000 to go into a drug rehabilitation program, in which he subsequently never enrolled.