Hunter Biden Wanted To “Asset Strip” The U.S. Postal System

( Emails from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop reveal that Hunter’s firm Rosemont Seneca discussed the idea of having the United States Postal Service sell off real estate assets to make up for its budget shortfall.

In an email to Hunter and other colleagues, Rosemont Seneca partner Neil Callahan forwarded an email about the scheme and included a note saying he loves the idea.

The forwarded email came from Amitava Mitra who mentioned he discussed the idea of selling off the Postal Service’s real estate assets in a conversation with people from the New York-based investment firm Evercore which has a contract with the US Postal Service.

Mitra said he spoke with some “guys” from Evercore who talked about having the Postal Service find a firm to sell off its real estate assets in New York City, Washington DC, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco that are worth $30 billion.

In his email, Mitra asked Callahan if he could think of a firm that would be willing to take on such a venture.

In the grand scheme of things, this is hardly the most scandalous revelation to come from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop. But the National Pulse has been combing through the emails and happened to stumble across it.

Despite President Biden claiming he had no knowledge of or involvement in Hunter’s business deals, it was reported on Wednesday that Joe Biden wrote college recommendation letters for both the son and daughter of a Chinese executive with links to Hunter.

Fox News reported that Jonathan Li, the CEO of the Chinese investment fund BHR had emailed Hunter’s business partner Jim Bulger seeking advice about burnishing his son’s college applications.

Bulger then cc’d Hunter and Devon Archer in his response to Li, writing “Lets [sic] see how we can be helpful here.” And Hunter’s idea of being helpful to his Chinese paymaster was to enlist the services of his father, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Eric Schwerin, the president of Rosemont Seneca, later emailed Li letting him know that Hunter had gotten his father to write a letter of recommendation for Li’s son Chris for Brown University.

Biden later penned a letter of recommendation for Li’s daughter when she applied to Georgetown.

On Wednesday, Fox’s Peter Doocy pressed Jen Psaki about the Fox News report. Psaki argued that Biden was a “private citizen at the time.”