When the nation received the news that Joe Biden had been taking classified documents to a number of his properties throughout the years, secretly, many began to wonder if this wasn’t just some new facet of the Biden crime family come to light.
After all, there had long been concerns about influence peddling and foreign business deals that could and would influence the way in which President Biden governs.
And, to make matters worse, Americans’ already-obvious mistrust of First Son Hunter Biden exacerbated the issue.
This week, a new report even goes so far as to state that Hunter would have had access to areas where these classified documents were found, conjuring concerns about his potential involvement with them.
Newly-published photos show Hunter Biden had access to Joe Biden’s beloved Corvette that the president says was kept in a “locked garage” alongside classified documents from his time as vice president.
The pictures, obtained from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop and verified for authenticity by the Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday, cast doubt on the 80-year-old president’s claims that the top-secret papers discovered in a garage at his 6,850-square-foot Wilmington, Delaware mansion were properly secured.
The snaps, taken on an iPhone camera just outside the president’s home, show Hunter Biden in the driver’s seat of his father’s Goodwood Green-colored 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible in July of 2017, the newspaper reported.
The photos were undeniable.
In the two images, the president’s son can be seen posing in the classic car alongside two girls, whose faces are blurred. One of the passengers appears to be Hunter Biden’s niece, Natalie Biden, the report said, and the other could not be identified.
Last week, President Biden admitted that a batch of documents were found in his Delaware garage next to his prized Corvette.
The news will undoubtedly reignite concerns about the Biden family’s clandestine inner workings – something that Joe certainly can’t afford to deal with as he begins to plan his 2024 reelection campaign in earnest.