New Hunter Biden Texts Show Him Complaining To His Uncle: The Money Is ‘All Gone’


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Hunter Biden reportedly told his uncle James in December 2018 via text message that he needed financial assistance from his father because he had run out of money.

In text messages obtained from an IRS whistleblower, the future vice president told James Biden that he couldn’t afford alimony, the Daily Mail reported.

On December 29, 2018, he sent a series of messages reading, “I can work when I’m in NYC all day every day for the next three months from 8-12.” But I can’t afford alimony, tuition, or even basic living expenses without Dad’s help.

“Really it’s all gone. I can go make it up in 15/20 days I’m sure, but he’s basically made it clear that he’s not paying alimony b/c Mom made clear that she won’t do it,” Hunter Biden said in a text.

After his marriage to Hallie Biden, his sister-in-law turned lover, ended, Hunter, talked about moving into his father’s Delaware mansion.


The text continues: “Hallie won’t allow me to be at the house or lend me or pay me back any money. Ashley moves into momoms house after I told dad that I would move in there. That night I tell dad I want to probably stay in the area and specifically I wanted to live by you and teach my course at Penn and maybe develop another on.”

In response, James Biden said: “This can work, you need a safe harbor. I can work with you father alone!! We as usual just need several months of his help for this to work. Let’s talk about it. It makes perfect sense to me. This is difficult to fully vet without talking. Will you please call me on w/A. We can develop a plan together. It can work. I’m going to try to call yo again please Ans.”

Democrats and their allies in the media are going to have a tough time explaining away the damning evidence emerging from congressional committees investigating President Joe Biden’s alleged corruption.

The House Ways and Means Committee released new documents from IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley on Wednesday, which could spell more trouble for the Bidens and possibly for Hunter Biden’s “sugar brother” Kevin Morris, who paid the First Son’s $2.8 million tax bill and funded his lifestyle in Malibu.

As detailed by the New York Post, here are the top five revelations contained in the committee’s 1,600-word report and 31 new exhibits tabled by IRS criminal investigators Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, who allege DOJ obstruction of their five-year investigation of Hunter in Delaware:

–Uncle Jim Biden told the FBI and IRS in an interview last September that he and his nephew Hunter tried to help Chinese firm CEFC buy a US liquid natural gas facility in Louisiana — and that they did so in the knowledge that the company was directly linked to Chinese President Xi Jinping. Hunter told his uncle that CEFC chairman Ye Jianming “was a protégé of President Xi,” the FBI report says. But investigators were instructed not to ask Jim Biden if his brother, then-former Vice President Joe Biden, was involved in the ultimately unsuccessful CEFC deal or to follow “normal investigative leads,” says the committee.

–IRS public affairs officer Justin Cole emailed the chief and deputy chief of IRS criminal investigations a report of conversations between a CNN producer and Hunter Biden, in which Hunter said that he was “not willing to accept” a plea deal and that he “expected all of this ‘stuff’ would go away when his dad becomes president.”


–In another revelation, the House Committee said the FBI was investigating Morris for campaign finance violations: “These violations pertain to a wealthy Hollywood lawyer, Kevin Morris, who was enlisted to help the family, and who paid millions of dollars to help Hunter around the time that Joe Biden becomes president.” Leslie Wolf, Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Delaware, told investigators that she was not “personally interested” in the Morris investigation and that “she did not want any of the agents to look into the allegation.”

–Wolf refused multiple requests by Pittsburgh US Attorney Scott Brady to brief Delaware investigators about an FBI FD-1023 report alleging that Joe Biden was paid a $5 million bribe by an executive of Ukrainian energy firm Burisma, as was his son Hunter. The allegation came from a trusted FBI confidential human source during a June 2020 interview. But Wolf “had already concluded no information from that office could be credible, stating her belief that it all came from Rudy Giuliani,” Shapley said, even though the FBI report had nothing to do with Giuliani. On October 22, 2020, the Justice Department ordered the Delaware US Attorney’s office to take the Pittsburg briefing, but Shapley said his investigators never saw the FD-1023, nor were told what it contained, despite the fact it was directly relevant to their case.

–Wolf instructed investigators seeking a search warrant of a Biden property to “erase” any mention of “Political Figure 1” — who was Joe Biden.