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Hunter Biden wanted prostitutes to unionize: ‘It’s just like any other job’


Hunter Biden thought prostitutes should unionize to give themselves ‘protection’,  they did a job ‘just like everyone else’, a recording from his laptop has revealed. 

He made the comments in a 2018 recording of a conversation with a Chateau Marmont employee that is on the infamous laptop he lost. 

It’s unclear why Hunter had a recording of the conversation. In it, he said: ‘You organize without even organizing in any traditional way. If you want to advertise legally you go through the unions [of which] you’re a member. 

‘Your dues are the fees that you pay for advertising. Whomever does this first will be running the largest union in the country,’ he told an unnamed employee from Chateau Marmont in 2019. 

The employee replied: ‘Haha, that’s actually pretty genius!’ 

Hunter went on to say that the people who ‘typically’ needed unions were ‘traditionally uneducated minorities’. 

Hunter Biden thought prostitutes should unionize to give themselves ‘protection’, they did a job ‘just like everyone else’, a recording from his laptop has revealed.

One feature of the proposed union was that pimps could be rated ‘like you rate nonprofits.’ 

There are also text messages on the subject. 

Hunter has been open about his dealings with prostitutes in the past. He blew thousands on them.

The laptop also exposes details of Hunter’s business deals and how his father potentially benefited from them when he was Vice President. 

Hunter complained that ‘half’ of his salary went to paying his father’s bills while he was Vice President, casting doubt on Joe’s previous claims that he’s never benefited from his son’s business dealings. 

The bills included a $190-a-month AT&T phone bill and thousands in repairs on Joe’s lakeside home in Wilmington. 

The payments were described in a 2010 email, when Joe Biden was earning $225,000-a-year as Vice President. He already had made well over $100,000-a-year for decades prior as a senator and author. 

Hunter, according to emails, had to foot a $190-a-month AT&T phone bill for his father, and pay for repairs to his lakeside property in Wilmington, Delaware

At the time, Hunter was working as the interim CEO of Paradigm Global Advisors and he’d also founded the investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners. 

Texts from Hunter to his daughter Naomi in 2019 where he complained about having to give Joe half of his salary. He also threatened to never give her a 'dime' again

Texts from Hunter to his daughter Naomi in 2019 where he complained about having to give Joe half of his salary. He also threatened to never give her a ‘dime’ again

The texts about AT&T were from 2018 - when Joe Biden had earned more than $11million

The texts about AT&T were from 2018 – when Joe Biden had earned more than $11million 

Shwerin to Hunter in other emails titled JRB Future and JRB bills

Shwerin to Hunter in other emails titled JRB Future and JRB bills 

Shwerin to Hunter in other emails titled JRB Future and JRB bills

Shwerin to Hunter in other emails titled JRB Future and JRB bills 

He joined Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings’ board in 2014. 

Joe always insisted that he neither set up nor benefited from Hunter’s international business relationships while he was Vice President. 

But in emails between Hunter and Eric Schwerin, his business partner at Rosemont Seneca, in 2010, they discussed how much they needed to spend paying Joe’s bills. 

The subject was ‘JRB bills’ – Joe Biden’s initials – and described how $2,600 was to be paid to a contractor for a ‘stone retaining wall’ at Joe’s home, along with $1,475 for a painter for the ‘back wall and columns’ of the property and $1,239 to a builder who’d fixed the AC at Joe’s late mother’s home. He rented that house to the Secret Service for $2,200 a month.

Years later, in a text to his daughter, Hunter – who had by then been battling drug addiction for years – he complained: ‘I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years. 

‘It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike Pop [Joe], I won’t make you give me half your salary.’ 

He sent the text to his daughter Naomi in 2019. 

Hunter started working for Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian gas company, in 2014. 

He made $83,333-a-month from Burisma until two months after Joe left office. 

Before Joe left office, he was referred to as ‘the big guy’ and described in an email from a Ukrainian executive at Burisma which suggested he’d gotten access to him through Hunter. 

It raised serious questions because the executive also was being investigated by a Ukrainian prosecutor who was ousted after Joe leveraged $1billion in American aid money to get him out.  



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