While those classified documents were hanging around in the garage of the house Hunter was renting from his dad during a years’ long drug and hooker binge it looks like some intel was sent to Ukraine.
A Hunter Biden email about Ukraine from 2014 looks ‘suspiciously’ like it could have come from classified information, a leading GOP senator has claimed.
Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said the April 12, 2014 message to one of the first son’s business partners resembles documents that the State Department gives members of the Senate when they travel overseas.
“It reads like one of those scene-setters — highly detailed information in terms of Ukraine,” Johnson told Fox News Tuesday.
The email from Hunter to Devon Archer includes a granular 22-point memo the Biden scion described as “thoughts after doing some research.”
Those “thoughts” include the prescient predictions that Petro Poroshenko would be elected Ukraine’s president the following month and that “some sort of decentralization will likely occur in the East.”
Sound like a drug-addled drop out to you?
🚨BREAKING: Miranda Devine discovers BOMBSHELL Hunter Biden email PROVING he may have been SELLING Joe’s STOLEN classified information in Ukraine— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) January 25, 2023
Follow Miranda Devine at the NYPost as she picks through Hunter’s Laptop
Meanwhile, in that proxy war we seem to be involved in…
The US is finalizing plans to send approximately 30 Abrams tanks to Ukraine, two US officials familiar with the deliberations told CNN.
The Biden administration announcement to send the US-made tanks could come as early as this week, CNN reported earlier Tuesday. The timing around the actual delivery of the tanks is still unclear and it normally takes several months to train troops to use the tanks effectively, officials said.
The US will also send a small number of recovery vehicles, one of the officials said. Recovery vehicles are tracked vehicles used to assist in the repair of tanks on the battlefield or the removal from the battlefield for service and maintenance in a different location. CNN