According to messages, Hunter Biden routinely covered family expenditures.

Hunter Biden’s access to potential financial prospects came with strings attached, including paying up to 50% of his earnings to his father, according to text messages found on his old laptop.

In January 2019, Hunter Biden grumbled to his daughter Naomi, “I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years.” “It’s extremely difficult.” But, unlike Pop, I’m not going to make you give me half your income.” Joe Biden is Joe Biden.

The laptop, which was notoriously abandoned at a Delaware repair shop in April 2019, does not include any clear evidence of such money transfers, but it does indicate that while Joe Biden was vice president, Hunter was often on the hook for his father’s household bills.

The expenses are detailed in an email from Hunter’s business partner Eric Schwerin labeled “JRB Bills” dated June 5, 2010. They were about Joe Biden’s opulent lakeside property in Wilmington, Del., a rich Greenville enclave. President Biden’s initials are JRB.

Repairs to an air conditioner cost $1,239 at “mom-cottage,” mom’s and a painter cost $1,475 at “the lake house’s back wall and columns.” Another $2,600 was set aside for repairing a “stone retaining wall at the lake,” as well as $475 for “shutters.”

Hunter BidenHunter Biden was routinely on the hook for his father’s household expenses while Joe Biden was vice president, texts show.

Schwerin said he got Joe Biden’s “Delaware tax refund check” in an email five days later, implying he had personal knowledge of the vice president’s finances.

Schwerin was the president of Hunter Biden’s Chinese-linked investment firm, Rosemont Seneca Partners. The email brings President Biden even closer to his son’s tangled financial web.

There’s also proof that Joe Biden repaid his son on occasion.

“I’m depositing it in his account and issuing you a check for the amount you owe him since he owes you.” Schwerin wrote, “I don’t think I need to run anything by him, but if you want to, go ahead.”

The Bidens' Wilmington, Delaware homeThe Bidens’ Wilmington, Delaware home.

Schwerin stated he was in touch with the vice president about his personal financial concerns and was anxious to start negotiations with him about how to cash in after he left office in an email marked “JRB Future Memo” on July 6, 2010.

“Your father just phoned me (about his mortgage) and said he’d be out of town for a while and wouldn’t be back until Labor Day… He might use some good news about his earning prospects in the future.”

The financial entanglements between father and son extended far beyond household maintenance and occasionally spilled over into Hunter Biden’s hedonistic lifestyle.

Hunter Biden sent around $25,000 to an escort named “Gulnora” after a drug and alcohol binge in Los Angeles in May 2018. The Secret Service came to see him right away, implying that the money originated from a joint account with his father.

Hunter received a series of texts from a former agent, urging him to leave his hotel room and reminding him that “this is tied to Celtic’s account.” When Joe Biden was vice president, his Secret Service code name was “Celtic.”

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