Hunter Biden Pal’s Recently Convicted Business Takes a Big Hit at the Biden Family

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Devon Archer, a longtime business associate of Hunter Biden, a former crack addict and son of the president, was recently found guilty of felony securities fraud thanks to a scheme in which he absconded from a Indian tribes with millions of dollars.

While Elizabeth Warren has yet to comment on Bide’s business partners stealing more money from her people, Archer herself is using intense surveillance on him thanks to her connections. him with Hunter Biden in a desperate attempt to get out of jail time.

Claims he was punished enough because he was coal scratched in the media as a result of that Hunter Biden connection, his lawyers argued in his sentencing memo , available this Thanks to Just the News, he doesn’t need to go to jail. Specifically, they argue (our emphasis):

Whatever the case may turn out to be, Mr. Archer has suffered a great deal. He has had to live with the burden that his involvement, though unknowingly, in the Jason Galanis scam has caused harm to so many people – not just the direct victims of the crime, but For example, many Burnham employees lost their jobs. He has lived with the impact on his family, including his three young children, who have been traumatized by their father’s prosecution and conviction, issues that have become a matter of concern. national issues and presidential politics thanks to Mr. Archer’s relationships with celebrities. And, related, Mr. Archer has seen the fame and career he built over the decades crumble around him. as he has faced a constant onslaught of significant media attention.

What’s important here is the last line, where he blames the “constant onslaught of critical media attention”.

That line is both a swipe at Hunter Biden and his defense; In fact, he argues that because Hunter Biden is smoking crack and losing his computer, a computer that contains a lot of stuff is considered incriminating evidence, said Devon Archer, one of the men implicated. by computer information and discovered the results of the investigation, has faced excessive media attention.

That is a ridiculous argument, since Archer is being convicted for killing an Indian tribe out of millions, not for being one of the sketchy businessmen who worked with Hunter to arrange deals. outbreak in Red China, although there may be something incriminating.

Still, it’s an important turning point for the Biden family, as it pushes Hunter’s less-than-stellar activities back into the limelight at a time when Biden has been underperforming.

Furthermore, although written as a plea for mercy, it can also be a veiled threat to the Hunter; if Archer had not been helped in the situation he was in because of Hunter and the scrutiny he drew for himself, he would have probably begun to speak in some sort of plea.

That’s less than speculation, but reading between the lines is important here; Archer, whatever his fault, clearly knows how to play the game in the dark. Why doesn’t he just keep playing that game to the end, hoping to use his leverage over the president’s son to get out of jail time?

In any case, what is not speculation is that Archer added gas to the buzz of Democratic attention about corruption that has been ignited not only by Hunter’s inattentiveness and Pelosi’s stock trading but Durham’s also admitted that Hillary spied on Trump, even while he was president. By reminding the world of the Hunter’s shyness, Archer ensured that the flames would only grow louder. Hunter Biden Pal’s Recently Convicted Business Takes a Big Hit at the Biden Family

Charles Jones

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