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Hunter Biden’s Explanation Of ‘Sitting Here With My Father’ Text Defies Logic

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Hunter Biden testified before the House Oversight Committee about a 2017 text message he allegedly sent to a Chinese business partner saying he was sitting with his father Joe Biden and demanding action.

Hunter claimed he was high or drunk when sending it to the wrong recipient. Critics argued this explanation was dubious, noting Hunter was photographed at Joe Biden’s house that day and exchanged multiple texts with the recipient, making it unlikely a mistake.

“I am sitting here with my father and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled. Tell the director that I would like to resolve this now before it gets out of hand, and now means tonight. And, Z, if I get a call or text from anyone involved in this other than you, Zhang, or the chairman, I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction. I am sitting here waiting for the call with my father,” Hunter wrote.

The committee also pointed to $5 million in capital invested in a company Hunter formed just days later involving the same Chinese energy firm.

The quick financial windfall undercut Hunter’s claim that the threatening text went to the “wrong recipient.”

“Per source with direct knowledge, Hunter Biden said today that he was high or drunk when he sent the ‘sitting here with my father’ WhatsApp message, sent it to the wrong recipient, and is now embarrassed by the message. He confirmed that his dad was not sitting next to him,” reporter Stephen Neukam said.

“No doubt Hunter *claimed* this, but there are a few problems. He was photographed at his dad’s house the day he sent the texts. He exchanged multiple texts w/ the Chinese recipient, suggesting it was no accident,” Chuck Ross said.

“Hunter Biden threatened ‘the wrong recipient’ and they still sent him $5M+ a few days later? wow — what a lucky break!” Brian Anderson said.

“That sure is odd. Because just three days after the text ‘was sent to wrong recipient,’ on August 2nd, 2017, a new company named Hudson West III was officially formed. CEFC affiliates injected $5,000,000 in capital to the new company,” Jeff Carlson wrote on X. “Meanwhile, Hunter contributed no capital to the new venture although he owned 50 percent of the newly established company. The operating agreement of Hudson III stipulated that Hunter would receive a $500,000 retainer and $100,000 per month. James Biden received $65,000 per month. This newly formed entity also made large credit card payments for items purchased by the Biden Family. The total payments made to Hunter’s personal company totaled $4.8 million in just over one year. In addition to the $65,000 per month paid to James Biden, payments also flowed to Lion Hall Group, a company James owned.”

“I’m so embarrassed officer. I was blackmailing the wrong number. Can you believe it?” @capeandcowell posted.

Overall, Hunter’s explanation for the text raised more questions given surrounding context and his lucrative dealings with foreign business partners while his father was vice president.

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