Hunter Biden Emails Reveal Bribery in Plain Sight Involving the FBI

There has long been a pervasive feeling that the Biden family might be just a little bit corrupt, despite their outwardly wholesome appearance.

Of course, Americans are often under the impression that their elected leaders are corrupt. This isn’t new, and is very likely a part of the DNA of the United States.  After all, we did create this nation on the very premise that those above us were ripping us off on taxes.

And, within this concern about the Biden family, no individual is more often accused of nefarious tomfoolery than Hunter Biden, son of the President.  This week, a new report seems to indicate that there may be some truth to all of these rumors.

Former FBI Director Louis Freeh gave $100,000 to a trust for two of President Biden’s grandchildren as he sought to pursue “some very good and profitable matters” with him, newly surfaced emails revealed Thursday.

Freeh apparently made the gift in April 2016 — when Biden was the outgoing vice president — and shortly before he told Biden’s son Hunter, “I would be delighted to do future work with you,” according to the emails.

An email from Louis Freeh to Hunter Biden reveals Freeh would be delighted 'to do future work with you.'

But then…

The following month, Freeh wrote Hunter Biden regarding the gift he’d made to the trust for the children of Hunter’s late brother, Beau Biden, who died of brain cancer in 2015, and Beau’s wife, Hallie, with whom Hunter later had an affair.

“As you know, our family foundation made a $100K contribution to Hallie’s children’s trust last year,” Freeh wrote on April 24, 2017.

But Freeh said his accountants “now advise that since the grant did not go to a 501(c) organization, it was not a proper foundation gift” and that he planned to fix the situation by making “a new $100k gift” and having the trust “reimburse the foundation by paying it $100k.”

These emails were discovered on the infamous damaged laptop belonging to Hunter that was left at a computer repair shop back in 2019.