Report: Hunter Biden arranged meeting with foreign business partners and daddy Joe – who was serving as VP

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WASHINGTON, DC- In information that must be considered to be a bombshell, information contained on the laptop belonging to Hunter Biden confirms that “the big guy”, aka Joe Biden met with Ukrainian, Russian and Kazakhstani business partners of his crackhead son’s at a dinner in Washington, DC while he was serving as vice president, the New York Post reported on Wednesday.

The dinner occurred on April 16, 2015 at the private “Garden Room” at Café Milano, located in the tony Georgetown section of Washington, D.C. According to the restaurant’s catchphrase, it is “Where the world’s most powerful people go.”

The newly released information seems to drive a stake into Joe Biden’s claims that he “didn’t know much” about his son Hunter’s shady business dealings.

The day after that meeting, Hunter Biden received an email from an executive of Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company thanking him for introducing him to his father. That man was identified as Vadym Pozharskyi.

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

This occurred at the time that Hunter Biden was getting a nifty $83,333 for sitting on Burisma’s board, despite having zero experience in the energy sector.

Among those on a guest list prepared by Hunter Biden some three weeks before the dinner were Russian billionaire Yelena Baturina and her husband, former Moscow mayor Yury Luzhkov, a corrupt scumbag who has since (conveniently) passed away.

On Feb. 14, 2014, Baturina had wired a sum of $3.5 million to Rosemont Seneca Thornton LLC, a Delaware-based investment firm co-founded by Hunter Biden and Devon Archer, a former adviser to Secretary of State John Kerry.

Last year, the Treasury Department provided so-called suspicious activity reports to a Senate Republican inquiry into Hunter Biden by the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.  

Guests were advised by the younger Biden prior to the dinner that Joe Biden would be attending the dinner. One email indicated that Hunter appeared to be using his role on the board of World Food Program USA to cover for the evenings true purpose, which was to invite his father to meet his business associates.

“Ok—the reason for the dinner is ostensibly to discuss food security,” Hunter Biden wrote on March 26 to Michael Karloutsos, whose father was then the head of the Greek Orthodox Church.

“Dad will be there but keep that between us for now. Thanks,” wrote Biden.

In response Karloutsos said, “Everything is between us. All good!!…I know you mentioned your dad would probably join the dinner as well.”

The revelations about the dinner raise questions about how much the elder Biden knew about his son’s business dealings with foreign businesses and government officials.

The Post also reported that three officials from Kazakhstan were invited to the dinner at Café Milano, including an official from that country’s largest bank, Kazkommertsbank.

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In addition, a Mexican ambassador, as well as three representatives from World Food Program USA were on the guest list, which Hunter Biden emailed to Archer three weeks before the dinner.

“3 seats for our KZ [Kazakhstan] friends.

“2 seats for Yelena and husband

“2 [seats for] you and me.

“3 seats for WFPUSA people

“Vadym.

“3 Ambassadors (MX, ?, ?)

“Total 14.”

The Post noted it is unknown if everyone Biden included on the list attended. Archer emailed Biden prior to the event to say that Baturina didn’t want to attend, however her husband would be coming.

“Yelena doesn’t want to steal Yuri’s Thunder, so she’ll be in town to meet with us but doesn’t want to come to dinner,” Archer wrote on March 20. “That was just her thoughts. We could insist.”

In finishing the email, he said, “Obviously save a seat for your guy (and mine if he’s in town.)”

That is believed to be referring to then-vice president Joe Biden.

“I think your guy being there is more trouble than its worth—unless you have some other idea,” Hunter Biden replied.

It’s unknown if Archer’s “other guy” was referring to then-Secretary of State John Kerry or someone else.

After the dinner at approx. 11:15 p.m., Rick Leach, founder of WFP USA, the American fundraising component of the United Nations-related nonprofit said, “What a fantastic and productive evening—thank you!”

Biden also got an email from the Kazakhstan banker, Holtzman, who said:

“Deer [sic] Hunter, Thank you for an amazing evening, wonderful company and great conversation. I look forward to seeing you soon and to many opportunities to work closely together.”

The other two representatives from Kazakhstan were not identified, however on the morning following the dinner, Archer was invited to a “small private breakfast” with Kazakhstan’s Prime Minister Karim Massimov in his suite at the Willard Hotel:

“There are several matters the Prime Minister is eager to discuss with you and he will be grateful for the opportunity to spend quality time together.”

The next year, Hunter Biden described Massimov in an email as a “close friend,” the Post reported.

Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Kazakhstan included an associate of Massimov, oligarch Kenes Rakishev. There are email exchanges between Hunter and Rakishev, in which they discussed money-making ideas.

In another wire deal between Archer’s firm Rosemont Seneca Bohai LLC, Rakishev’s company Novatus wired $142,300 through a Latvian bank to Rosemont on April 22, 2014, according to a currency transaction report contained within the Republican Senate report. The wire included a note saying the money was “for a car.” Pretty expensive vehicle there.

In a photograph that has not been verified, Massimov and Rakishev appear alongside Joe and Hunter Biden, a photo which was posted on a Kazzkhstani anti-corruption website in 2019. 

Breitbart News however reports that the photograph “…appears to have been taken at Cafe Milano in Washington, D.C. The iconic restaurant’s logo appears on the drapes in the background (backwards in the photo). The date of the photograph is unknown.” 

The laptop in question was taken to a repair shop in Delaware in April 2019 and abandoned. Hunter Biden signed the receipt when the laptop was dropped off.

The New York Post reported on the laptop last fall prior to the 2020 election, however social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook throttled the posts, with Twitter actually suspending the newspapers account until the post was deleted. This was clearly an attempt by social media tyrants to impact the 2020 election.

Last month, while Hunter Biden was pushing his book, he admitted that the laptop “could belong to him, but “I really don’t know,” he said.

The Post reached out to the White House for comment, which was ignored. Perhaps they are going to “circle back.”

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