President Joe Biden is named as a ‘accomplice’ in six suspected white collar crimes in a stunning new 634-page report on the contents of Hunter’s laptop.
It was published by Garrett Ziegler, a 26-year-old former Trump White House aide and founder of the research organization Marco Polo, and has now been obtained by The Daily Mail.
The explosive study by the right-wing organization contains claims of 459 crimes allegedly perpetrated by Hunter, including prostitution violations, drug distribution and possession, scamming government institutions, unlawful foreign lobbying, and money laundering among others.
The report also claims that President Joe Biden is complicit in tax evasion, violations of the Presidential Records Act and the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), and using nonpublic information from a government job for financial gain.
Marco Polo’s investigation meticulously examines the emails, messages, and photos from the First Son’s abandoned MacBook Pro.
It has since been distributed to all 535 members of Congress.
Kevin Morris, Hunter Biden’s attorney, described the claims in the report as completely false and a ‘package of libel.’
In one May 2016 email highlighted in the report, John S. Flynn, a senior counselor to the vice president, emailed Joe Biden a schedule for his conversation with then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko — and copied Hunter onto it.
Hunter was on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian gas business, at the time.
Copying Hunter onto the VP’s email, according to Marco Polo, represents the use of nonpublic information from a government employment for commercial advantage, which reportedly violates section 2635 of the US Code of Federal Regulations.
According to the Marco Polo study, Joe Biden also attempted tax avoidance by neglecting to submit to the IRS the purported gift of having thousands of dollars of his personal expenditures covered by Hunter’s firm.
According to the study, Hunter’s business partner in his Rosemont Seneca consulting, Eric Schwerin, sent emails in June 2010 detailing $5,227.09 in expenditures, including property upkeep and insurance.
Hunter is already being investigated by the FBI for potential money laundering, tax evasion, and unlawful foreign lobbying.
The Washington Post reported earlier this month that authorities think they have enough evidence to arrest Hunter with tax and firearms violations.
So far the Biden administration has not yet commented on the allegations contained with the Marco Polo report.