President Joe Biden’s scandalous offspring, Hunter Biden, received a multimillion-dollar payment from one of the most high-profile oligarchs of the Putin-led Russian regime, newly leaked emails show.
This is the latest indication that the Biden family could be involved in highly suspicious international financial operations.
Scandalous First Son Linked to Scandalous Russians
The $40 million in payments made it to Hunter Biden from Yelena Baturina, the wife of late Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov, one of Putin’s closest cronies, according to a report by The Daily Mail.
The report cited emails leaked to it by an anti-corruption group based in Kazakhstan, another former Soviet republic.
According to Tony Bobulinski, a US Navy vet and former business partner of Hunter Biden, Sleepy Joe is well aware of vast schemes trading top-level political influence for piles of cash.
The new leak of emails, however, shows Hunter Biden – and possibly, by implication, the entire Biden family – may have had business interests reaching the core of power in Putin’s Russia.
The depths of this families corruption may never be fully known. The left engineers allegations of DJT & Russia while the Bidens were actually paid millions by them…#BidenCrimeFamilly https://t.co/DkZDe0Xjqe
— Ultra MAGA Jeff 🍊🇺🇸 (@CEcoupe) October 17, 2022
Was it a bribe from Russia? https://t.co/MUklbLbBje
— Jeff Nyquist (@JRNyquist) October 17, 2022
One of the Top Oligarchs in Putin’s Russia
The emails have now disclosed Hunter Biden’s real estate company, Rosemont Realty, received investments worth $40 million from a firm owned by Russian oligarch Yelena Baturina.
The report points out that Hunter Biden’s deep financial relationship with Russian oligarch Baturina became evident after one of Baturina’s companies “mysteriously wired” a $3.5 million payment to one of Hunter’s firms.
The transaction was so conspicuous that it was immediately flagged by a US Senate report as “alarming.”
However, the business ties between Joe Biden’s scandalous son and one of the most scandalous Putin oligarchs ran much deeper, as it has now emerged.
Just a few short years ago we were worried about the president being compromised by Russia, that his kids were cashing in on his office & that he would push us into world war 3.
— Peter Reitano (@digidharma) October 17, 2022
Payment to Enter America
The Daily Mail report pointed out Yelena Baturina refused to comment on the revelations.
Yet, her younger brother told the UK-based newspaper that vast amounts of money were for “entering the American market,” a comment possibly hinting at high-level political corruption in the United States.
The $40 million in question was provided to Hunter Biden by Inteco Management, a company based in Switzerland and owned by Russian oligarch Baturina.
The money was included in a $70 million plan of Rosemont Realty for developing an office space portfolio in seven US cities with a combined area of 2.15 million square feet.
Besides that, in a wire transfer on February 14, 2014, Baturina sent Hunter Biden a total of $3.5 million to his firm, Rosemont Seneca Thornton LLC, under a “consultancy agreement.”
The property investment deal between them, however, began in 2012. It saw the Russian oligarch fund the purchase of a total of seven office buildings in Alabama, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
The information in question came from emails sent to a Kazakhstan tycoon, Kenes Rakishev, with a net worth of almost $1 billion. They were leaked by the Kazakhstani Initiative on Asset Recovery.
Rakishev is a former business partner of Hunter Biden and has been caught in photos with him and his father during a Washington, DC meeting in 2015.
Joe Biden's niece emailed Hunter Biden about a meeting attended by Joe Biden, Antony Blinken and @McFaul, where Biden once called VISA free travel with Russia a "good idea". He also had a private one-on-one meeting with Putin. No transcript was ever released. pic.twitter.com/2vhhemWSnX
— Truth Ninja (@TruthNinja316) October 17, 2022
This article appeared in MorningPress and has been published here with permission.