Biden’s Son Told His Business Partner To Make Shady Purchase

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – In an email sent by Hunter Biden to his former associate Devon Archer on April 12, 2014, he had urged him to buy a burner phone after the terms of his joining Burisma Holdings board were finalized. This email has now led to a lot of questions regarding Biden’s business dealings with the Ukrainian gas firm.

In the email, which was first reported by the Daily Mail, Hunter Biden had instructed Archer to purchase a burner phone from CVS or 7/11 and that he would be doing the same. Three days after that communication archer visited then-Vice President Joe Biden in the White House. A month later it was announced that Hunter Biden would be joining the Burisma board.

On Monday a source who knows about Archer’s testimony before the House Oversight Committee revealed that Archer had stated that the burner phones were used for international conversations, as at the time cell phone companies did not offer global calling plan features.

Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop has shown that the President’s son was using more than 16 private messaging apps, some of which were encrypted for his communications. In the email that he had sent to Archer, he had also provided an analysis of the economic and political state of Ukraine following the ousting of then-President Viktor Yanukovych. Hunter Biden had told Archer at the time that there was real value to be found in the area and that it would be important for them to bring U.S. expertise and build relationships.

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