President Joe Biden’s classified document scandal just got worse following reports that his son, Hunter, lived in the Delaware residence where they were found. In a discovery that further complicates the scandal for the president, the New York Post reported that Hunter was living at the residence, giving him unrestricted access to the nation’s secrets while he was addicted to drugs.
BREAKING: Photos unearthed by the @FreeBeacon show Hunter Biden driving his dad’s Corvette in 2017.
That means Hunter — who has extensive business ties to communist China — likely had access to the garage where his dad hid classified documents. pic.twitter.com/KrlXCC6bxv
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) January 19, 2023
According to The Post, Hunter began listing the residence as his home address following his 2017 divorce. The report revealed that Hunter, in some instances, falsely claimed that he owned the home. One such instance was when the disgraced first son lied on a July 2018 background check form on which he said that he owned the house.
Another Breitbart report revealed that Hunter listed the home as his primary address while applying for a Delaware driver’s license. The reports also show he did the same thing for both his personal credit card and Apple account in 2018 and 2019.
Hunter Biden’s extended access to father’s home where classified memos found alarms investigators | Just The News https://t.co/TxJlinb8TB
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) January 20, 2023
According to contents recovered from Hunter’s laptop, the first son was living at the home and within proximity of the classified files while he and several Biden family members were simultaneously raking in millions of dollars from foreign businessmen linked to the highest levels of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) intelligence apparatus.
The latest revelation comes amid mounting legal issues for Hunter. Shortly after Biden’s 2020 presidential election victory, federal authorities in Delaware began looking into Hunter’s taxes.
Hunter, while announcing the investigation, claimed he was confident that investigators would find that he handled his affairs “legally and appropriately.”
However, recent reports suggest that investigators may be moving for an indictment as they believe they have enough evidence to charge Hunter with tax crimes. Reports also suggest Hunter could be charged for lying about his drug use while filling out a form so he could purchase a firearm.