Several recently reviewed emails reveal that in the intricate plot of shady business executed by Hunter Biden, the son of the president, that his father would have also participated in questionable business deals in 2014 while vice president.

Hunter, in addition to linking his father, mentioned that together with his brother ‘Beau’ [with the same name as his father], the three would retain absolute power of business, according to revelations listed as authentic, the Daily Wire reported on May 17. 

“In order to develop this as a platform for both JRBs I think it is imperative we (the three of us) have full control come 2016 when JRB1 comes on board,” Hunter wrote to partner Jeff Cooper in November 2014.

Cooper, in turn, responded optimistically, “I think we can pull this off.”

Elsewhere in the message, Hunter estimated that his brother Beau, who had served two terms as Delaware’s attorney general, would have to be paid “500+” to work as an associate attorney, noting that he had medical bills. 

Beau died in 2015 of brain cancer, having suffered from a malignant tumor that required surgery in 2010. Even before he became attorney general in 2008, Beau already had a business relationship with this Hunter associate. 

Thus, Beau’s law firm had collaborated with Cooper’s law firm on asbestos lawsuits. Also, as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Biden blocked asbestos lawsuit reform, the Madison Record reported.

Separately, emails show that Cooper and another Hunter business partner, Devon Archer, attempted to broker a deal between Burisma and PEMEX, a state-owned Mexican oil company. Archer was later convicted of fraud related to another deal.

By then, Hunter already had business with Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company that paid him $50,000 per month to sit on its board of directors. 

Hunter obtained this well-paid position after a visit to Ukraine with his father, the U.S. vice president. At the time, Joe Biden lobbied and got the Ukrainian government to fire a prosecutor investigating Burisma for corruption. 

Cooper was also connected to Joe because, in 2014, Hunter requested photos of a lunch in which the three of them participated with Mexican billionaire Miguel Alemán Magnani, who served as an intermediary in business deals with PEMEX. 

The business dealings involving Joe can be traced back to at least 2010, and in one of the messages, you can see what the distribution of capital was like, in percentages. 

In 2017, James Gilliar, a partner in the Hunter-led Rosemont firm, wrote to Hunter and the other partner’s Rob Walker and Tony Bobulinski: “At the moment there’s a provisional agreement that the equity will be distributed as follows:” 20% for Hunter, 10% for Jim Biden, and 10% “held by H for the big guy ?….,” cited by The Daily Wire. 

Bobulinski then explained that “the big guy” referred to Joe Biden and that “Hunter Biden called his father ‘the big guy’ or ‘my president,’ and often referred to asking for his approval or advice on various potential deals we were discussing, according to the New York Post. 

Bobulinski also denied Joe’s claims that he had not been involved in his son Hunter’s business dealings.  

Despite the FBI’s knowledge since 2015, at least, of Biden’s shady business dealings, it has not spoken out on the matter, nor has the Justice Department initiated any prosecutions for alleged corruption offenses that may have occurred.