Hunter Biden Secretly Met With Mexican Business Associates At VP’s Home, Report Finds

( Imagine if Don Junior left an incriminating laptop with a repairman that contained emails and texts by the hundreds detailing his shady deals with foreign businesses and countries. Imagine if these emails and texts documented that Don Junior exploited his proximity to his father to make himself rich by selling access to his dad. Imagine if Donald Trump was on record repeatedly denying having any knowledge of Don Junior’s foreign business dealings only to discover multiple saved photos on that laptop that show Donald Trump posing for pictures with Don Junior’s foreign business partners.

Cable news would report on nothing else.

Democrats in Congress would be grandstanding in front of news cameras and demanding a special prosecutor.

Adam Schiff would be holding hearing after hearing.

And Eric Swalwell would be farting on television.

But it isn’t Don Junior, but Hunter Biden. And it isn’t Donald Trump; it’s Joe Biden.

So nobody cares.

Except for the New York Post which has been covering the explosive contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop since October 2020.

The most recent revelation dropped last week, when Miranda Devine reported at the New York Post that among the more than one hundred events at the Vice President’s Naval Observatory residence that appear in Hunter Biden’s schedule, are meetings that overlap with Hunter’s foreign business dealings.

Hunter had breakfast with his father on November 15, 2015. And among the photos on his laptop are pictures date-stamped for the morning of that day showing Joe Biden posing with four of Hunter’s business associates – among them Mexican billionaires Carlos Slim and Miguel Alemán Velasco.

The photos were taken in the living room of the Naval Observatory.

Also among those in attendance was a business associate of Hunter Biden named Jeff Cooper – a longtime Biden family benefactor who runs one of the largest asbestos litigation firms in the country.

When Biden first became vice president, Jeff Cooper put Hunter on the board of his venture capital firm Eudora Global, giving him shares in the business that netted Hunter about $80,000 a year. In 2015, Eudora Global also gave Hunter a “one-time payment” of $300,000.

At the time of this breakfast meeting with the Veep, Hunter and Jeff Cooper were working on energy deals in Mexico and Latin America. Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto was in the process of reforming the Mexican energy sector to allow for private capital investment in the state-owned oil and gas monopoly.

When Vice President Biden visited Mexico in 2016, Hunter and Cooper went along for the ride of Air Force Two in hopes of negotiating a petroleum deal with Miguel Alemán Velasco’s son Miguel Alemán Magnani.

Devine’s report is extensive and, if it were about Don Junior and Donald Trump, would be front page news in every newspaper across the country.