Coverup? News Organization Finds Hunter Biden’s Secret Service Emails Government Claimed Were Missing


The behavior in recent years by Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, has raised any number of questions about Joe Biden’s connections to overseas companies, his actions involving corruption in Ukraine and more.

But two U.S. senators investigating some of the incidents involved have been told by the Secret Service the federal agency cannot find emails or other records regarding its work to arrange travel for Hunter Biden while Joe Biden was vice president for Barack Obama.

Now a news agency, Just the News, has suggested the Secret Service look in the drive for the laptop computer Hunter Biden abandoned at a repair shop.

Because that’s where Just the News chief John Solomon found some of those absent emails.

It is Sens. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Ron Johnson, R-Wis., who have been trying to obtain some of that information about Hunter Biden, only to be met with a response from Secret Service Director James M. Murray that, “The Secret Service worked extensively with your committees, and agreed to search parameters provided by your office as to identify communications regarding Mr. Biden’s travel. These search parameters did not yield communications for the years 2010, 2011, or 2013.”

But Solomon has reported, “In fact, Just the News found about five dozen emails between Hunter Biden and his Secret Service handlers on the FBI-seized laptop for those same years, as well as other ones in other years that Senate investigators said they had not previously seen.”


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