After then-presidential candidate Joe Biden denied to Americans knowing about his son Hunter’s business dealings with foreign businessmen, a photo is revealed that seems to disprove it. 

“Among more than 100 events scheduled in Hunter’s diary at the VP’s residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington, DC, there are meetings which appear to overlap with Hunter’s business interests,” author Miranda Devine wrote on June 30. 

The compromising photo was found on the now-infamous laptop computer Hunter Biden left at a computer repair shop and not claimed, some of the contents of which were published by the New York Post in Oct. 2020.

At that time, the presidential campaign was in full swing. Still, the big tech companies like Facebook and Twitter launched a fierce censorship campaign, with the mainstream media’s complicity to ‘protect’ the image of the Democratic candidate. 

From left to right: Jeff Cooper, Carlos Slim, Joe Biden, Miguel Alemán Velasco, Hunter Biden, and Miguel Alemán Magnani in a photo taken at the Naval Observatory lounge in 2015. (@catturd2/Twitter)

The photo is shared by Twitter user @catturd2, who only writes, “10% for the big guy.” 

He apparently alludes to a message, also taken from the laptop. Hunter Biden describes to one of his partners how the income obtained in his international business is distributed and wrote just that phrase, apparently disguising his father’s participation. Still, the evidence seems to dispel doubts about this fact. 

Then Vice President Joe Biden (center) meets with Mexican billionaires Carlos Slim (left) and Miguel Alemán Velasco.

Cooper and Hunter had been working on energy deals in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America. A 2013 email from Cooper demonstrates his high expectations for the partnership with the Alemán dynasty.

“Miguel wants us to go to Mexico City. This is setting up to be flippin gigantic brother,” he wrote to Hunter on Feb. 26, 2013.

Hunter Biden allegedly tried to broker a deal between the Ukrainian company Burisma, on whose board he sat, and the gas monopoly Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex).

Hunter’s business dealings also involved his uncle, Jim Biden. In one of his letters, the latter mentioned the possibility of getting paid for brokering an “oil deal” with Carlos Slim, Mexico’s richest man. 

“Have a very real deal with Pemex (Carlos Slim) needs financing literally for a few days to a week. Have the seller (refinery /slims) and buyer major being delivered from pipeline in ( h/ USA)   Nothing is simple but this comes very close,” Jim wrote to him. 

Throughout the thousands of documents found on the laptop, it becomes increasingly clear that Hunter and his father leveraged Joe’s influence as U.S. vice president to their advantage.  

Hunter Biden’s unfettered access to the Obama administration and ambassadors facilitated all of these international relationships.  

Despite President Biden’s promise as a candidate to his constituents that his family members would not have foreign business dealings, Hunter still maintains some of his investments in China.

He would own at least ten percent in a private equity firm with ties to the Communist Party of China (CCP), despite having promised in 2019 that he would sell his share in the company, and his father also pledged on this aspect.

“No one in my family will have an office in the White House, will sit in on meetings as if they are a cabinet member, will, in fact, have any business relationship with anyone that relates to a foreign corporation or a foreign country,” candidate Joe Biden told voters.