Hunter Biden Converted Delaware Home Into Office

Hunter Biden used his father’s Delaware home, where the president stored classified documents, as his personal office.

According to the New York Post:

“Hunter Biden apparently turned his father’s Wilmington, Del. mansion into a high-powered and possibly compromised home office, wheeling and dealing with some of the same nations whose names have turned up in classified documents recently discovered at the home, according to experts and leaked cellphone texts.”

In 2017 Hunter listed the Wilmington home as his address following his divorce with Kathleen Buhle.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has found over 10 pieces of classified material at the president’s home.

Some of the documents that were found were related to nations that Hunter Biden conducted business with, such as Ukraine.

Hunter Biden was employed by a Ukrainian natural gas company, Burisma, earning over $80,000 a month despite having no knowledge about natural gas.

Texts between Hunter and his assistant Katie Dodge show his intention of converting the Wilmington home into his new office.

At the time, he was renting a storage facility known as the “House of Sweden.”

On Dec. 10, 2018, Hunter texted Katie saying, “Have what’s in storage sent to my parent’s guest house.”

As the Post reported, Dodge responded to Hunter by sending an image of the facility with large wooden containers stacked on top of each other.

“You have almost I think 3 of these containers full of office and personal items. Will they fit at Barley Road? It’s 3,000 cubic feet,” she asked.

Hunter’s rental of the “House of Sweden” ended in February 2018.

President of WorldStrat Jim Hanson stated:

“Having access to US classified material makes it much easier to leverage your business operations. You know things others don’t know or can’t know. That’s one very distinct possibility.”

“He’s a degenerate junkie cavorting with foreign prostitutes. How could that go wrong in a place where a bunch of documents are stashed everywhere?” Hanson added.

Furthermore, Former FBI agent Warren Flagg labeled Biden’s stay in his father’s home as “outrageous.”

”Hunter is a wild card, making millions a year with no experience. There’s a plethora of unconfirmed possibilities here which would be detrimental to this entire situation,” he said

If Hunter Biden had access to the classified material in his father’s residence, it is possible that many other anonymous individuals also had access. Considering his business dealings with foreign nations, his proximity to the documents is a national security risk.

In order to find out who had access to the documents, the Secret Service must release visitor logs from President Joe Biden’s Delaware home.

House Committee Oversight Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) has asked the Secret Service to release the logs.

In a letter to White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain, Comer said:

“Given the serious national security implications, the White House must provide the Wilmington residence’s visitor log.”

The committee is concerned about whether foreign powers gained access to Biden’s residence and the classified documents.

President Joe Biden and his son Hunter are currently under federal investigations.