Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, is said to have charged millions of dollars to those who asked him to be connected to influential people in the United States, according to the emails found on one of his laptops. 

In an unusual development, the New York Post revealed on Oct. 14 the existence of the hard drive of a laptop that seems to have been owned by Hunter Biden and contained a large amount of data that compromised both him and his father in possible corruption activities, according to The Washington Times of Oct. 15. 

The emails contained on that hard drive revealed that Hunter was charging $10 million a year to billionaire Ye Jianming, president of the CEFC China Energy Co. conglomerate, just to link him to key influencers in United States.

Hunter’s negotiations then evolved into an even more profitable form of business partnership with Ye. 

One of Hunter’s conditions stipulated that if this new arrangement is not successful, they will return to the previous $10 million per year arrangement. 

Business between Hunter and Ye was intense in 2015, during Joe Biden’s vice presidency. The partnership continued through 2017, and in 2018 Ye was accused of corruption by the Communist Party of China (CCP), and has since disappeared.  

One thing that intrigues Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), is the role Joe Biden played in these irregular negotiations managed by his son Hunter.

The couriers referred to the fact that 10 percent of the income was to be given to the “big guy,” without specifying who it was.

In some emails that Hunter sends to his daughter Naomi Biden, he says that he has paid for the family for many years, but don’t worry because he won’t get the 5 percent that his father got. 

“I Hope you all cal do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family Fro 30 years,” Hunter wrote.

“It’s really hard. But don’t worry unlike Pop I won’t make you give me half your salary.” This information would lead one to believe that Joe Biden was getting some of Hunter’s income.

For former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani: “This describes the amount kicked back to the Boss, Joe Biden, as happens in every organized crime group,” quoted OAN. 

Likewise, for Banks, Biden is lucky not to be in jail, and should answer some questions.  

“What we want to know today is Joe Biden the ‘big guy,'” Banks said.

““When there is discussion of Hunter facilitation ‘introductions’ for $10 million who is he expected to introduce to whom? Are they talking about Joe Biden?,” Banks also raised.

Although Joe Biden denied knowing of the existence of Hunter’s business, the controversial emails reveal that he allegedly lied and that he did participate in introducing Hunter’s ‘clients’ to influential people in the United States. 

With a little more than two weeks to go before the elections, it is to be expected that all these serious questions will seriously affect the campaign of the Democratic candidate Joe Biden.