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Hunter Biden Throws Past Friend Under the Bus

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Hunter Biden’s new legal and public relations strategy is to distance himself from his former friend and business partner Devon Archer by calling him “inmate.”

Archer provided damning testimony to the Oversight Committee last summer, and the New York Sun reported that Biden’s attorney described Archer as “an inmate convicted for his involvement in a tribal bond scheme that never involved Hunter.”

“Archer was sentenced last year to one year and one day in federal prison for defrauding a Native American tribe in a scheme involving $60 million in bonds,” the Sun wrote. (Trending: Another Major Company Goes Woke And Goes Broke)

“His conviction was overturned on appeal, then reinstated after prosecutors pushed back. Archer, who argues he lost money on the tribal venture and was guilty only of making foolish mistakes, has appealed his conviction to the Supreme Court.”

Archer reached out to Biden in 2019 to ask why Joe Biden hadn’t done more to protect him from prosecution.

“Why did your dad’s administration appointees arrest me and try and put me in jail?” Archer messaged Hunter.

“Why would they try and ruin my family and destroy my kids and no one from your family’s side step in and at least try to help me?”

“There’s no connection between the two, the same the justice department can investigate and prosecute this president and his family it does for all administrations. It’s democracy,” he wrote.

“Three co equal branches of government.”

“Every great family is persecuted. … You are part of a great family — not a side show, not deserted by them even in your darkest moments,” Hunter wrote.

“That’s the way Bidens are different, and you are a Biden.”

Archer’s testimony suggested Joe Biden was involved in his son’s business dealings, including attending dinners with Hunter’s business associates and influencing Ukrainian politics.

“They requested Hunter, you know, help them with some of that pressure,” Archer said.

“You know, government pressure from Ukrainian government investigations into Mykola.”

“The request is like, ‘Can D.C. help?’” Archer recalled.

“It was always this amorphous, ‘Can we get help in D.C.?’”

“I was left out of these, you know, black box D.C. types of conversations,” Archer said.

“I said, ‘I’m telling you, you’re not getting the $1 billion. … I’m leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money,’” Joe Biden recalled in 2018.

“Well, son of a b—-, he got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time,” he added.

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