To no one’s surprise, Joe Biden’s previous endeavors in covering up stories on Hunter’s business deals are merely the result of years of practice, which he’d had during his time as vice president.
A series of e-mails from 2015 that were published earlier this week shows Joe’s office went out of its way to prevent a Bloomberg story on the prodigal son from airing.
The e-mails in question were obtained by America First Legal as part of their ongoing case against the National Archives and Records Administration. They highlighted a lengthy connection between Biden’s office, the media, and several of Hunter’s business partners.
The day the New York Times published an article on Joe’s anti-corruption message being undermined by none other than himself, the president of his investment firm, Eric Schwerin, demanded to know whether there were any follow-up stories.
Immediately, he was met with the fact that a Bloomberg reporter was already asking around for additional details on Hunter’s business deals. Joe’s communications director, at the time, was doing everything to prevent it.