It seems like Hunter Biden loses a lot of things.
His laptop, his gun, the truth, morality – and now, important government documents.
Depending on how you look at it, Hunter Biden is either truly blessed or very cursed.
On one hand, his sordid and sleazy life has been put out there for all the public to see – something nobody would want to happen to them.
We’ve learned about his affairs, the poor treatment of his wife, the seduction of his deceased brother’s wife, his sleazy business dealings, the crack pipe addiction, tax evasion, illegal gun purchases, bribes, and so much more.
On the other hand, despite all his self-made scandals, Hunter has become an extremely wealthy and influential man of power.
And almost every time he’s about to be prosecuted for his actions, something comes along and saves him at the last minute.
And it seems to be happening again.
Back in January, Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Ron Johnson (R-WI) sent the Secret Service a letter demanding unredacted records relating to Hunter Biden’s travels between January 2009 and January 2017.
But the director of the U.S. Secret Services James Murray said the agency didn’t find any such documents.
Murray wrote: “In October 2020, the Secret Service worked extensively with your committees, and agreed to search parameters provided by your offices to identify communications regarding Mr. Biden’s travel. These search parameters did not yield communications for the years 2010, 2011, or 2013.”
Of course, this raises some very serious questions since it’s a well-established fact that Hunter Biden traveled around the world during those years – including to Communist China, Russia, Italy, Spain, and Mexico.
Of specific interest to the GOP investigators – and prosecutors currently looking into Hunter’s tax issues – are communications between the Secret Service, Hunter Biden, and his business associates at Rosemont Seneca Partners.
Last month, Senators Grassley and Johnson noted that the Secret Service had handed over 259 pages of records, but with “extensive” and improper redactions.
Now, rather than redact information they don’t want seen, they conveniently can’t find it altogether.
For example, emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop show that Hunter scheduled a meeting in 2014 with Karim Massimov, the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan at the time, to discuss an energy deal with Ukrainian gas giant, Burisma.
Hunter Biden said he planned to ditch his Secret Service security detail before departing from Paris to Kazakhstan to discuss the deal.
Johnson and Grassley said that the Secret Service records “do not show whether Secret Service personnel or Hunter Biden traveled to Kazakhstan in May or June 2014,” and Hunter Biden’s travel itinerary is repeatedly redacted in the emails.
Once again, the Deep State is keeping an eye out for Hunter Biden. The big question is will they get away with it, and will Hunter get away with it – again?