Excerpts from "Laptop from Hell"
... Joe, as vice president, had met in Washington with a high-ranking represenetative of the corrupt Ukrainian
energy company that was paying his junkie son a million dollars a year to sit on its board. Eight months after the
meeting, Joe flew to Kyiv and threatened to withhold $1 billion in US aid unless the Ukrainian government fired its top
prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, who was pursueing Burisma for corruption at the time.
The conclusion is inescapable. The president cannot extricate himself from his family's moneymaking schemes from
America's foreign policy imperatives.
[Jeff] Cooper ... made a lot of money from the $30 billion asbestos compensation business, in large part thanks to Joe,
who used his position on the Judiciary Committee to block asbestos litigation reform when a bill reached the Senate
After Joe became vice president, Hunter landed a no-show role as "of counsel" for the New York-based law firm Boies
Schiller Flexner LLP, a Democrat outfit associated with the Clintons. He wasn't obligated to keep office hours
or attend meetings but Boies paid Hunter $216,000 per annum...
Lunden Alexis Roberts ... a stripper who worked at ... the Mpire Club. Roberts is pregnant with his child, and he wants
nothing to do with her or the baby.
In 2017, he boasted in an email about a three-year deal with one of his Chinese partners, CEFC chairman Ye Jianming, which
guaranteed him $10 million annually "for introductions alone."
[CEFC chairman Ye Jianming gave Hunter a 3.16 carat diamond worth $80,000. Jianming has links to President Xi and the People's
Liberation Army - Hunter's most generous business partner in China.]
[in an email to daughter Naomi: unlike pop, I won't make you give me half your salary.]
[Hunter was routinely paying at least some of Joe's household bills including monthly AT&T bill of around $190.]
Joe Biden insists he never knew a thing about Hunter's lucrative deals in countries where he wielded influence
as vice president. But evidence abounds on the laptop of Joe's active participation.
In April 2020, the Kyiv District Court ordered that [Viktor] Shokin be formally recorded as a victim of an alleged
crime by the former US vice president. Joe's identity was originally redacted, but the court ruled that he be formally
Hunter paid a "finder's fee" to a man named "Alex" for securing him the board position, a 2016 email reveals. The total
amount he paid Alex was $277,775, one-third of his Bursisma payment for ten months. [Alex Kotlarsky, employed by
consulting firm TriGlobal Strategic Ventures ... helps western clients further business interests in emerging economies
of the former Soviet Union.]