There’s a long email that was found in Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop that is raising significant questions about whether or not the president’s son had access to classified documents.
President Joe Biden is now facing a special counsel investigation into the way he handled documents after several materials have been found at a former office and his Delaware home. The documents date back to his time as a U.S. senator and his time as vice president.
It has been noted by the Washington Examiner that Hunter Biden most likely had access to the garage in which the classified documents were discovered.
The New York Post’s Miranda Devine wrote a column this week about this long email that was dated April 12, 2014. It was sent to Hunter Biden’s business partner with 22 detailed points regarding the situation in Ukraine.
The business partner was Devon Archer who was sentenced in 2022 to more than a year in prison for a fraud scheme he was convicted of. Hunter Biden was not implicated.
This email is drawing attention not only because of the great detail, but also focuses on matters of Russia’s “destabilization campaign,” United States sanctions, and United Kingdom energy policy.
One source has told CNN that the classified documents from that Delaware home that Hunter Biden rented contained U.S. intelligence memos and briefing materials on Iran, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.
And one week after the email was sent, Vice President Joe Biden met with Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
It is also more than interesting that in the same period, Hunter Biden and Archer were hired to sit on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings, which is repeatedly named in the email.
“It reads like a classified document. There’s information in there that’s not readily available,” Devine told Fox News host Tucker Carlson.