Hunter Biden is a massive liability for the White House.
He just landed the President in the middle of another scandal.
And Joe Biden blew a gasket after Hunter made one slip up that could cost him everything.
The White House is preparing for the investigation by house Republicans into the Biden crime family’s crooked foreign business deals.
Hunter Biden’s scandals are inching ever closer to implicating President Joe Biden.
Now, a colossal blunder by Hunter is bringing him into the middle of his father’s classified documents scandal.
Two batches of highly sensitive classified documents were discovered unsecured at Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware.
The President’s Wilmington home appeared in a document found on Hunter’s infamous “laptop from hell.”
A document labeled “background screening test” showed Hunter claimed to live at the home between March of 2017 and February of 2018.
The document appears to be part of a background check for a rental application.
In the document, Hunter claimed that he paid a staggering $49,910 a month to live at the President’s home in Wilmington.
That massive sum is likely far beyond any potential mortgage payment that Joe Biden would have on the house.
Hunter also claimed on the document that he owned the Wilmington home.
The background screening test document raises serious questions in the President’s classified documents scandal and about the Biden crime family.
Joe Biden claimed that the second batch of classified documents discovered in the garage of his home were secure because the garage is “locked.”
Hunter’s rental application would indicate that the President’s son, who doesn’t have a security clearance, would have had access to the home and potentially the classified documents that were from Joe’s stint as Vice President.
While Hunter was carrying out his shady foreign business deals, he could have had access to the classified information.
The first batch of classified documents discovered at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C. reportedly contained highly sensitive information on Iran, Ukraine, and Great Britain.
Despite having no background in the energy industry, Hunter was being paid millions of dollars to serve on the board of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma during this time period.
The President’s son was also having prostitutes regularly visit him, which would mean an untold number of people could have potentially accessed the classified documents.
Conservatives began speculating that the excessive rent paid by Hunter at the Wilmington home could have been a way of funneling money to Joe.
“Paying $50,000 a month in rent is just not something that normal people do. That sounds a whole lot like a money laundering operation that needs to be investigated,” Lauren Boebert (R-CO) said on social media.
The House Oversight Committee is asking the White House whether Hunter Biden had access to the classified documents at the Wilmington home.
The Committee is leading the investigation into the Biden crime family.
Hunter Biden’s rental application is another curveball in Joe Biden’s growing classified documents scandal.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.