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Devon Archer Takeaways

Joe Biden lied. We could have left it at that and made this the shortest CHQ article in our long history, but there is a good bit more to take away from Devin Archer’s interview with the House Oversight Committee.

The first takeaway beyond the substantiation of a lot of information already documented on Hunter Biden’s laptop (you can find links to our three articles on that here, here, and here) is that Democrats will say and do anything, and we do mean ANYTHING, to try to insulate Joe Biden from the obvious corruption documented on the laptop and substantiated by Devon Archer.

Manhattan and Brooklyn Democrat Rep. Daniel Goldman, a member of the House Oversight Committee who was the lead attorney for Democrats’ bid to impeach then-President Donald Trump in 2019, emerged from Archer’s four-hour deposition on Capitol Hill to claim, “There were niceties. And there was a hello. And [they] talked about the weather or whatever it was,” Goldman stressed, “but it was never any business.” “The witness was unequivocal and stated very clearly that they never discussed any business on [those] phone conversations,” the Democrat lawmaker insisted.

Mr. Goldman’s claim that “they never discussed any business” is a bit of a too cute by half obfuscation of what the Biden’s “business” was – the business was Joe Biden.

Hunter Biden’s various enterprises didn’t actually produce ANYTHING. They didn’t create reports, buy commodities, broker sales, perform complex legal work, or do anything other than sell the idea that they could deploy Joe Biden’s alleged influence on behalf of their “clients.”

Whether Joe Biden explicitly talked business or not, Archer alleged that Hunter Biden used his father to sell the “brand,” according to Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.)

“Devon Archer’s testimony today confirms Joe Biden lied to the American people when he said he had no knowledge about his son’s business dealings and was not involved. Joe Biden was ‘the brand’ that his son sold around the world to enrich the Biden family,” Comer said in a statement.

Biden had claimed for years to have never spoken to Hunter about his overseas business pursuits.

However, the White House subtly changed tack recently, insisting the elder Biden “was never in business with his son.”

Well, if you are the product are you in business with your son?

According to emails recovered from his abandoned laptop, Hunter Biden told his longtime business partner Devon Archer in 2011 that a Chinese mogul who secured the duo a multimillion-dollar deal loved him for his “last name.”

Hunter wrote to Archer, “Your question- ‘why does Super Chair love me so much?’ is easily answered. It has nothing to do with me and everything to do with my last name,” the younger Biden wrote to Archer in a Sept. 22, 2011, missive about his relationship with Chinese businessman Che Feng.”

Feng — who was referred to as “The Super Chairman” by both Hunter and Archer — helped Biden’s firm, Rosemont Seneca Partners, and James Bulger’s Thornton Group LLC partner with Jonathan Li’s Bohai Capital and lateral launch Bohai Harvest RST, the emails indicate.

On Monday, Archer told the House Oversight Committee that Joe Biden met with Li for coffee while vice president, and later wrote a college recommendation letter for his daughter.

However, it turns out those on the Chinese end of the deal were affiliated with the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries — which the US government has described as a propaganda group that pushes Chinese Communist Party (CCP) messaging.

Hunter later introduced his father, then Vice President Joe Biden, to Li in December 2013 after the Bidens flew to Beijing on Air Force Two.

Hunter Biden and Devin Archer put no money of their own into the venture, however, BHR Partners was registered less than two weeks later. When Archer questioned why Feng was so generous to Hunter, the latter speculated that his favorable position had everything to do with his hyper-connected father.

Archer told Congress Monday that Hunter referred to President Biden as “my guy” while connecting his dad to foreign associates nearly two dozen times — and that Ukrainian natural gas firm Burisma Holdings paid Hunter up to $1 million per year to serve on its board because of his family’s “brand.”

“Burisma would have gone out of business if ‘the brand’ had not been attached to it,” Archer, himself a former member of Burisma’s board, told the panel, according to a readout from committee Republicans.

Over the years, the Biden brood is believed to have made around $31 million from various business dealings with China, reported the New York Post.

  • U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika

  • Delaware prosecutor Alex Mackler

  • Biden bribery scheme

  • Document 1023

  • unclassified material

  • FBI Director Wray

  • Joe Biden impeachment

  • Merrick Garland impeachment

  • FBI overreach

  • Senator Chuck Grassley

  • Representative James Comer

  • Biden family scandals

  • Hunter Biden

  • Burisma

  • Ukraine

  • Special Counsel Jack Smith

  • Hunter Biden attorney Christopher Clark

  • Hunter Biden tax evasion

  • Hunter Biden weapons possession

  • Hunter Biden jail time

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Charles Wilkins
Charles Wilkins
Aug 02, 2023

Old Man Biden on vacation again while the Country is going down the rabbit hole created by the coruupt biden crime family with corrupt DOJ leadership. Biden's have cheated the American taxpayers for years when will Congress restore what the Biden's have stolen like stolen unauithorized of Vice President biden\s crime family to gain finanacially for personal family gain. It's time for all Americans to vote 'American last policy's' out of office by replacing all Democrats who hold office for personal gain abuse of power and not holding to sworn oath of office with their unconstittional believes on America....

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