What makes that year significant? Due to the fact that it occurred at the height of Hunter Biden’s international misadventures, including his time spent on the board of the Ukrainian gas business Burisma.
“According to emails examined and also confirmed by Fox News Digital, Antony Blinken, the Secretary of State, met with Hunter Biden in July 2015 at the State Department while he was working as the deputy secretary of state within the Obama-Biden admin. and Hunter was a member of the board of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.”
“After Deputy Director Michael Morell a former CIA testified last week to the House Judiciary as well as Intelligence Committees that Blinken, as President Joe Biden’s then-campaign top adviser, ‘played a part in the inception’ of the public assertion enacted by intelligence agents declaring that Hunter’s abandoned laptop was an element of a Russian disinformation effort mere weeks prior to the presidential election in 2020, the connections between Blinken and Hunter Biden could come under increased scrutiny.”
The corruption web is growing as the puzzle pieces start to fit together. RedState previously revealed that Blinken, working for the 2020 Biden campaign, was the impetus for the notorious letter from 51 active and retired intelligence officials denouncing the Hunter Biden laptop tale as “Russian misinformation.” Biden then used that letter in a debate to refute the report and assert that the Russians were engaged.
However, that pales in comparison to what these emails reveal. One of them claimed that Hunter Biden asked Blinken for a face-to-face meeting. The email was subsequently shared to Devon Archer after the president’s son’s invitation was accepted. Why is that crucial? Because Archer was a member of the Burisma board as well.
“Next week, do you have a few minutes to grab a cup of coffee?” Hunter enquired. “Although I am aware of how busy you are, I need your opinion on a few matters.”
Blinken answered, “Absolutely, I’m on my way back to DC from Burma and am about to touch down in Tokyo. From Tuesday on, I’ll be at the office. Finding a nice time by copying Linda at my office. Am anticipating seeing you. Tony.”
Hunter then shared Devon Archer, a fellow Burisma board member and business partner, Blinken’s answer.
The initial meeting reportedly didn’t happen. It was rescheduled for July 2015, when Blinken informed Hunter Biden by email that it was wonderful to “catch up.” However, it appears that Hunter Biden and Blinken had communication earlier. He got in touch with Blinken’s wife, as evidenced by another email, and requested his personal email account to give him “something.”
Whatever happens, it will be obvious that Blinken is not a helpless bystander in this. He has been shown as a lackey of the Biden family in several ways in the past week. Has he mistreated his position at the State Department in order to aid Hunter Biden? It certainly seems that way, but we’ll need additional details to determine just how far this actually extends.