2014 Hunter Biden Email Possibly Contains ‘Classified’ Material

There is plenty of worry out there in the nation today that the Biden family’s true motivations in politics may be far more self-serving than they let on.

Suspicions have been mounting for some time about the so-called “Biden crime family”, particularly as it concerns First Son Hunter Biden.  As you may or may not recall, Hunter has previously made a habit of cavorting with prostitutes and imbibing in copious amounts of crack cocaine, yet still managed to find himself in some rather lucrative and surprising positions in the global economy.

Just days ago it was revealed that some of the classified documents that were being improperly stored at his father’s properties were in areas that Hunter was known to have access to.

Now, in news that should give national security experts the shivers, it appears as though some sort of classified material may have found its way into one of Hunter emails.

A Hunter Biden email about Ukraine from 2014 looks ‘suspiciously’ like it could have come from classified information, a leading GOP senator has claimed.

Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said the April 12, 2014 message to one of the first son’s business partners resembles documents that the State Department gives members of the Senate when they travel overseas.

“It reads like one of those scene-setters — highly detailed information in terms of Ukraine,” Johnson told Fox News Tuesday.

Certain details about the email were rather peculiar.

The email from Hunter to Devon Archer includes a granular 22-point memo the Biden scion described as “thoughts after doing some research.”

Those “thoughts” include the prescient predictions that Petro Poroshenko would be elected Ukraine’s president the following month and that “some sort of decentralization will likely occur in the East.”

“If it doesn’t the Russians will continue to escalate there [sic] destabilization campaign, which could lead to a full scale take over of the eastern region most critically Donetsk,” Hunter Biden wrote. “The strategic value is to create a land bridge for RU[ssia] to Crimea.”

The 1,300-word email — far more detailed and lengthy than anything else found on Hunter’s abandoned laptop — also referenced an upcoming trip to Ukraine by then-Vice President Joe Biden and appeared to acknowledge the older Biden’s penchant for gaffes.

Concerns about Hunter Biden’s foreign business deals, (and how they be intertwined with his father’s politics), will likely be a focal point of the 2024 reelection campaign for President Biden.