Texts suggest monied Hunter Biden on the hook for family expenses, to include ‘JRB bills’

Despite oft-heard claims by President Joe Biden and his surrogates to the contrary, further revelations from Hunter Biden’s laptop show direct involvement between “the big guy” and his son’s business dealings as the younger Biden and his associates are reported to have routinely handled Biden family expenses.

The latest emails exposed from the laptop left at John Paul Mac Isaac’s Wilmington, DE computer repair shop in 2019 make reference to expenses paid in the summer of 2010. As the New York Post reports, Biden was communicating with the president of Rosemont Seneca Eric Schwerin on the maintenance of then-Vice President Joe Biden’s property.

An email from Schwerin references “JRB Bills,” using the initials for Joseph Robinette Biden, to list various costs for the upkeep of the lakefront property. A bill for $1,239 was accredited to air conditioner repair at “mom-mom’s cottage. $1,475 was needed to paint the “back wall and columns at the lake house.”

In order to make repairs to a “stone retaining wall at the lake,” Biden was on the hook for $2,600. There was even $475 listed “for shutters.” The laptop reportedly does not include evidence of actual money transfers.

Notably, Hunter Biden had said to his daughter Naomi in Jan 2019, “I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years. It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike pop, I won’t make you give me half your salary.”

Five days after Schwerin listed the expenses to Biden, the business partner reached out again to detail he had received the vice president’s “Delaware tax refund check.” According to the Post, this suggests the Rosemont Seneca executive had personal access to Joe Biden’s finances.

In another email, Schwerin explains his control of those finances, making payments to Hunter Biden on behalf of Joe Biden. “I am depositing it in [Joe Biden’s] account and writing a check in that amount back to you since he owes it to you,” Schwerin wrote. “Don’t think I need to run it by him, but if you want to go ahead.”

July 6, 2010, Schwerin emailed Hunter regarding “JRB Future Memo” after receiving a call from the vice president. “Your Dad just called me (about his mortgage) and mentioned he’d be out a lot soon and not really back until Labor Day…” the email stated. “He could use some positive news about his future earnings potential.”

Considering Rosemont Seneca was founded by Hunter Biden with former Secretary of State John Kerry’s stepson, Chris Heinz, the skepticism over either political leader having nothing to do with business arrangements has been highly warranted. This hasn’t stopped the administration from denying any involvement as scrutiny intensifies.

White House chief of staff Ron Klain, who may himself be implicated after reportedly soliciting funds from Hunter Biden in 2012 to finance the Vice President’s Residence Foundation, has gone on record recently stating, “These are actions by Hunter and [President Biden’s] brother. They’re private matters. They don’t involve the president. And they certainly are something that no one at the White House is involved in.”

These financial arrangements weren’t strictly for property maintenance either, as messages from 2018 had revealed that Hunter Biden had used money from his father’s account to pay $25,000 to an escort forcing the Secret Service to intervene.


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