New York Post Unveils That Hunter Biden Did Introduce His Father to Burisma Officials
Oct. 14, 2020 (EIRNS)—Today’s New York Post got access to one of Hunter Biden’s old computers which showed that the younger Biden had introduced a top Burisma official to his father—exposing that Joe Biden’s claim that he had no connections to Hunter’s business connections is yet another lie. The new details include two emails from Vadym Pozharskyi, the adviser to Burisma’s Board of Directors, to Hunter Biden. First, on May 12, 2014, Pozharskyi asks Hunter for “your advice on how you could use your influence to convey a message/signal, etc. to stop what we consider to be politically motivated act” by the government. Next, on Feb. 17, 2015, Pozharskyi thanks the Hunter Biden for setting up a meeting with Joe Biden.
The story provided is that the Post obtained the material from Rudy Giuliani, who was given a file of materials on Hunter Biden from a Delaware computer repair shop owner. Supposedly, the laptop was dropped off for repair but never picked up, and the owner got a copy of the laptop’s material to Giuliani at some point. (Evidently, the owner provided the laptop to the FBI almost a year ago.) The Biden campaign attempted to deny the story, saying they checked his official schedule from the time, which allegedly doesn’t show a meeting with Pozharskyi.
There will be much fuss over the source of the emails (and of other scandalous materials including photos and/or videos of Hunter Biden using drugs and having sex).
Michael Carpenter, now managing director of Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, and former foreign policy advisor to Vice President Joe Biden as well as on the National Security Council as Director for Russia, quickly came to Biden’s defense Oct. 14: “This is a Russian disinformation operation. I’m very comfortable saying that.” Of note, Carpenter was sitting on stage next to Biden at the 2018 Council on Foreign Relations event when Biden bragged about threatening Ukraine’s President Poroshenko and Premier Yatsenyuk with withholding $1 billion loan guarantee unless they fired the prosecutor investigating Burisma.
Facebook moved against the story, announcing that they “are reducing its distribution on our platform” and then will fact-check it to see about further interference. Twitter invoked an anti-“hacked material” protocol to crush the circulation of the story.