The New York Post’s Miranda Devine has uncovered a new 2014 email from Hunter Biden’s laptop whose contents suggest he was given or simply had access to classified documents during his father’s tenure as vice president.
Speaking on Fox News’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” late Tuesday, eponymous host Tucker Carlson introduced the email to his audience.
“On April 13, 2014, Hunter Biden sent an email to his business partner in Burisma, Devon Archer. Now, he sent this a week before his father, the vice president, flew to Ukraine to meet with Ukraine’s prime minister. In the email, Hunter Biden composed a detailed memo with nearly two dozen data points about the political and strategic situation on the ground in Ukraine,” Carlson reported.
“What’s so immediately striking and Miranda Devine pointed this out, having read the entire laptop, is that this email bears no resemblance to anything else we have that Hunter Biden has ever written. In fact, it sounded like something produced by the State Department,” he added.
Indeed, it appeared to contain points and observations that only someone with access to classified intelligence would have known.
Below is one sample paragraph from the email:
“The strategic values to create a land bridge for RU to Crimea. That won’t directly affect Burisma holdings, but it will limit future UK exploration and utilization of offshore opportunities in particular. It will also further destabilize the UK nationally and for whatever government is in power and the US will respond with even stronger sanctions. Those sanctions will threaten the tenuous support of the EU, which does not have the political will to incur steep energy price increases.”
Carlson was then joined by Devine, who offered her own thoughts on the suspiciously detailed email.
“This email is like nothing else that Hunter has written in the entire nine years covered by the laptop. It is extremely long, 1300 words. It’s very detailed work, very well-informed, well written. It reads like an official document. Even it reads like a classified document. There’s information in there that’s not readily available. He sounds very knowledgeable and very breezy about it,” she said.
“And you have to remember that this is at a time a month before he joined the Burisma board. He needed money desperately and to feed his drug habit, and they were going to pay him $83,000 a month to do not very much. And obviously, they were paying for his proximity to his father, and he was showing, as he never did again, his value to them. And of course, having access to classified information would make his price much higher. So that’s sort of the motive for it,” she added.
She continued by arguing that it’d be very easy for special counsel Robert K. Hur to determine whether the emails were written using classified information.
All he’d have to do, she explained, is cross-match “that email and other information on the laptop with the information in those classified documents that have been discovered at five different locations in Joe Biden’s home and his office at the University of Pennsylvania.”
“It should be pretty clear we know a bare minimum about those classified documents, but what we do know is that they pertained to — at least the first tranche — to Ukraine, to the United Kingdom, and to Iran,” she said.
“Now, this particular email talks about Ukraine and the United Kingdom, so it’s kind of a guess at this point, but it’s a pretty obvious connection. And I think this is a perfect synergy for the special counsel looking into Joe Biden to connect with the U.S. attorney in Delaware who’s investigating Hunter Biden,” she added.
The discussion between Carlson and Devine came on the same day that Merrill Matthews of the Institute for Policy Innovation penned an op-ed calling for the FBI to search Hunter’s home for classified documents.
“We know Hunter has engaged in lots of mostly shady foreign deals, trafficking on his name and connections rather than his expertise, which has brought him millions of dollars. So, he has a motive for wanting access to certain classified documents,” Matthews wrote for The Hill.
Especially classified documents on Ukraine. Speaking of which, Matthews pointed to a damning report from CNN published a tad earlier this month.
“Among the items from Joe Biden’s time as vice president discovered in a private office last fall are 10 classified documents including US intelligence memos and briefing materials that covered topics including Ukraine, Iran and the United Kingdom, according to a source familiar with the matter,” the report reads.
As previously reported, Hunter lived at the Delaware home where classified documents were found. In addition, at one point the younger Biden snapped a photo of an unsealed box of “Important Doc’s + Photos” situated on his father’s dining room table.
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