“On the Holmes Front,” with Frank Holmes
Hunter Biden’s shady business ties have been public knowledge for months—but what about his dad, “The Big Man,” the current president of the United States?
When he was running for president, Joe Biden always said that he loved his son and tried to get voters to pity his son’s drug addiction. But Biden swore he had nothing to do with his son’s controversial foreign business connections.
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Communications from his son’s private computer show Hunter holding a meeting to let foreign leaders connected to his business have in-person, private access to Joe Biden.
The most amazing part is that the whole thing is written out in Hunter Biden’s own words.
Then-Vice President Joe Biden met with the cronies of his son’s dirty business connections in at least one dinner on April 16, 2015, at D.C.’s elite Café Milano.
The potential foreign influence peddling took place in the private “Garden Room” of the Georgetown restaurant, whose slogan is “Where the world’s most powerful people go.”
One of the people who met with Barack Obama’s vice president was Vadym Pozharskyi, an executive of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma, which paid Hunter $83,333 a month to be on its board—even though Hunter had zero background in oil or energy and didn’t speak Ukrainian.
Also on the guest list was Russian billionaire Yelena Baturina and her husband, then-Mayor of Moscow Yury Luzhkov (who was later brought up on corruption charges before his death).
In February 2014, Baturina wired $3.5 million to a business co-run by Hunter Biden and Devon Archer, an advisor to then-Secretary of State John Kerry. The U.S. Treasury flagged the multimillion-dollar deposit to Rosemont Seneca Thornton LLC as suspicious but—for some reason—nothing came of it.
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Three representatives of the former Soviet republic Kazakhstan were at the dinner, including the head of its largest bank. The other two weren’t named, but Hunter emailed another attendee that one person there would be “the Prime minister of a country I’ll tell you over phone.”
Hunter had lots of business deals with a billionaire toady to the prime minister of Kazakhstan, and he emailed Archer to say that the prime minister wanted to meet him for a “small private breakfast” the morning of the dinner with his dad, because “there are several matters the Prime Minister is eager to discuss with you.”
Hunter told Kerry’s adviser that the foreign head of state “will be grateful for the opportunity to spend quality time together.”
But the real alarm bells go off that night at the dinner, where the sitting vice president—and current president of the United States—apparently lied about meeting with the people paying off his son in what looks like influence peddling.
To make matters look even dirtier, Hunter emailed a close friend that the dinner was taking place on-the-record for one reason…but there was something else going on in real life.
“The reason for the dinner is ostensibly to discuss food security,” Hunter emailed a Philadelphia friend named Michael Karloutsos, a wealthy political donor and power broker inside the Greek Orthodox Church. “Dad will be there but keep that btw us for now.”
Hunter was on the World Food Program USA’s board, and his words make it sound like he used that as cover for his father’s meeting.
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“Everything is between us. All good!” Karloutsos, the man of God, emailed back.
Bizarrely, Karloutsos—a donor to both parties—went on to set the schedule of Trump administration Secretary of State Rex Tillerson...as he had for years for the Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church.
Biden huddled with Hunter and the powerful people pulling Hunter’s strings after they paid his businesses millions of dollars, and then his spokesman appears to have lied through his teeth about it.
Joe Biden’s spokesman Andrew Bates said that “we have reviewed Joe Biden’s official schedules from the time and no meeting, as alleged by the New York Post, ever took place.”
But the people at the dinner remember it differently.
The day after their dinner, the Burisma big wig emailed to thank Hunter for setting up a meeting with the vice president.
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Someone’s fudging about the meeting—either the president of the United States is hiding evidence of influence-peddling and shady inside family business deals, or the head of Burisma is lying to Hunter Biden about who was at their dinner in a private message.
Which one makes more sense to you?
As Richard Nixon said during Watergate, “People have got to know whether or not their president is a crook.”
We still do.
Frank Holmes is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”