The following article, Report: Joe Biden Failed to Report More than $5.2 Million in Income He Used to Pay Hunter’s Legal Fees, was first published on .
According to a new report, Joe Biden never reported where he got the $5.2 million some of which he used to pay for Hunter Biden’s legal fees in 2019.
Questions over the president’s financial disclosure comes after emails found of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop show that Joe made millions with Hunter Biden’s business deals and paid Hunter’s legal fees. The cash records, though, don’t seem to gibe with his financial reports.
According to the analysis published by the Daily Mail, Joe Biden’s income numbers on his government transparency reports is about $7 million less than the income he reported to the IRS.
So, where did all that money come from? Per the paper:
Some of that difference can be accounted for with salaries earned by First Lady Jill Biden and other sums not required on his reports – but still leaves $5.2million earned by Joe’s company and not listed on his transparency reports.
The ‘missing millions’ – combined with emails on Hunter’s abandoned laptop suggesting Joe would have a 10% share in Hunter’s blockbuster deal with the Chinese – raise a troubling question: did Joe Biden receive money from the foreign venture?
Hunter’s laptop contained an email from Hunter’s assistant, Katie Dodge (“Dodge,” what a hilarious name for someone connected with a Biden) who noted that Joe had agreed to pay for Hunter’s legal fees. In one instance the fees paid for concerned Hunter’s deal with the Bank of China.
In any case, the paper has more documents and examples. Suffice to say, Biden’s financial disclosure forms see, to be short of $5.2 million compared to his IRS filings.
So, where did it come from, and where did it go?