Explosive New Emails Reveal $40M Russian Investment In Hunter Biden’s Company

Even more evidence of the blatant corruption critics accuse Hunter Biden of engaging in was revealed with a trove of new emails. The communications expose a $40 million investment in the president’s son’s real estate company, Rosemont Realty.

The funds allegedly came from the firm of Yelena Baturina, the widow of a corrupt billionaire Moscow mayor, and were targeted at a financial venture by Biden’s company.

The emails further reveal that the president’s son had ties to Baturina years earlier than was previously known. Biden’s business ties with international billionaires are reportedly under investigation by federal authorities for possible money laundering, illegal lobbying, and alleged tax infractions.

In 2012, Hunter Biden’s venture worked up a nearly $70 million scheme to invest in over two million square feet of office space across seven American cities.

Records show that the funding came from different investors, but the majority was the $40 million put up by Inteco Management AG. This is a Swiss firm specializing in plastics and construction owned by Baturina that made her the wealthiest woman in Russia at that point.

Forbes estimates her current net worth at $1.4 billion.

The emails on the Inteco funding were revealed through a leak by the Kazakhstani Initiative on Asset Recovery, an organization dedicated to fighting corruption. Hunter Biden’s Rosemont partner, Devon Archer, solicited Kazakh businessman Kenes Rakishev for an investment.

Archer reportedly boasted that Inteco was “taking a significant equity piece” and that property acquisition contracts totaled $212,580,000. An attached document claimed that Rosemont Realty was putting up $15 million of its own cash along with investments from Baturina and others.

Archer, Biden’s best friend and Rosemont co-founder, is now in prison for fraud.

The New York Post reports that investments from Baturina into Rosemont totalled even more, possibly over $100 million.

Every layer that is peeled back from the Hunter Biden case appears to point towards more and more corruption. It is now well known that both the mainstream media and those in a position to investigate instead squashed the story ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

That makes it high time for serious investigation and, if called for, consequences to be doled out.