Hunter Biden’s former business partner urged to ‘save himself’ from jail, give up info on Biden crime family

The walls are closing in on Hunter Biden and his former associates, and according to one report, if ex-Hunter homie Devon Archer wants to avoid going to jail, he needs to roll on the first son and tell what he knows about the Biden family’s “influence-peddling scheme.”

The New York Post’s Miranda Devine has been covering Hunter Biden’s shady activities since the notorious “laptop from hell” story first broke, and in a Sunday opinion piece, she claims “friends with knowledge of Hunter’s thinking” are urging Archer to face the facts of his unenviable situation ahead of his Tuesday appeal in a Lower Manhattan courtroom.

“As he grows increasingly despondent, friends with knowledge of Hunter’s thinking are telling Archer to accept that the Bidens have thrown him under the bus and that a last-minute presidential pardon has been ruled out,” Devine writes. “They have urged him to save himself by using the only currency he has left — his knowledge of the Biden family influence-peddling scheme, for which he had a front-row seat for four years during Joe Biden’s vice presidency.”

When Hunter Biden arranged for his foreign business partners to meet — either in person or over the phone — with his then-vice president father, Archer was there, Devine states.

“He famously was photographed meeting the VP in his White House office weeks before Archer and Hunter joined the board of the corrupt Ukrainian energy company Burisma,” she notes.

A source close to Archer says the appointment of Trump-appointed Judge Richard Sullivan on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals three-judge panel that will be hearing his Tuesday case is a “cruel blow.” It was Sullivan who reinstated Archer’s fraud conviction after Obama-appointed District Judge Ronnie Abrams overturned it.

Friends of Archer claim the first son’s former partner is “caught between two presidents.”

“[U]nless Judge Sullivan has a change of heart or is outvoted by fellow appeals Judges William J. Nardini, a Trump appointee, and Myrna Pérez, a Biden appointee, Archer, a father of two, will be heading for the big house,” Devine writes.

Meanwhile, the Department of Justice (DOJ) is considering indicting Hunter Biden this week on charges that Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) says amount to “a slap on the wrist, a drop in the bucket.”

“My message to the Department of Justice is very loud and clear,” Comer stated. “Do not indict Hunter Biden before Wednesday when you have the opportunity to see the evidence that the House Oversight Committee will produce.”

Former House Oversight Chair Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) joined “Fox & Friends” on Monday and told co-host Brian Kilmeade that the DOJ should be “worried” about Comer’s request.

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“He has been looking under rocks that the Department of Justice has had no interest in looking at,” Chaffetz said.

And that’s precisely why the DOJ may want to indict Hunter on relatively minor charges on Tuesday, Kilmeade suggested, “because that shuts down the investigation to a degree.”

Chaffetz noted the many Biden family members who received huge, suspicious payments.

“I mean, you have got grandkids taking $100,000 for what?” he asked. “You have Hallie Biden who is a school counselor taking money. For what?”

“The only thing that the Bidens were able to offer was the service of the access of the United States government, then the vice president of the United States, that access to power, and to be able to do things,” he said. “What Comer is telling us for the first time — it’s a pretty bold statement — is, not only were they accepting the money, but here is what the vice president of the United States actually did as policy in relationship to that money.”

“That’s as strong as it gets, Brian,” Chaffetz stated.

With respect to Devine’s column, Kilmeade asked if Archer “has a card to play.”

“He has a card to play,” Chaffetz replied. “The problem is, you don’t have a Department of Justice that wants to cut a deal.”

“They have no interest in going out and finding more evidence about Hunter Biden,” he continued. “That’s the problem. Devin Archer says he has the goods and he wants to spill them, but you don’t have a Department of Justice willing to play that game.”



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