New controversial photos from Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop have surfaced, which will likely put new pressure on President Joe Biden as the 2024 campaign season begins in earnest.
The photos, published by the UK’s Daily Mail, show Hunter Biden en route to Las Vegas to hook up with some prostitutes on Aug. 1, 2018. One of the photos appears to show him driving a Porche at 172 miles per hour.
Another photo dated June 12, 2018, shows him holding a charred crack pipe while driving around 35 miles per hour in Arlington, Va.
The Daily Mail noted further:
Texts also on the computer, which he left at a Delaware repair shop, show him coordinating with multiple prostitutes and inviting them all to soak in his hotel hot tub.
‘I don’t have a bathing suit and I really really wanted to wear a cute bathing suit,’ wrote one woman, saved in Hunter’s contacts book as ‘Cheryl’. ‘But I don’t have any money to buy one so then I’m just going to have to be naked right?
The orgy may have been too much even for the hooker, who wrote to him the next day: ‘Honestly babe the problem is you have too many girls there. I understand you like a lot of girls.
She added: ‘That’s fine do one at a time.
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer revealed last month that newly released emails between Hunter Biden and his business associates with the Obama White House appear to cast doubt on President Joe Biden’s claims that he was unaware of his son’s business dealings when he was serving as the vice president.
“Hunter Biden and his then-business partners were in frequent communication with top aides in the Obama administration while Joe Biden was vice president, according to emails that the National Archives recently released to the conservative group America First Legal. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY), who is leading a sweeping investigation into the Biden family, told the Washington Examiner that the emails further how Joe Biden has repeatedly ‘lied to the American people when he said he had no knowledge of his son’s business dealings,’” the Washington Examiner reported.