Leaked Emails Reveal Which News Story Joe Biden Desperately Suppressed

A recent investigation sheds insight on how, when Joe Biden was vice president, his administration attempted to block an article about Hunter Biden.

According to 2015 emails released on Wednesday, the office of then-Vice President Joe Biden attempted to suppress a Bloomberg News report about Hunter Biden.

The New York Times reported on Dec. 8, 2015 that Hunter’s membership on the board of Burisma Holdings, which includes its owner Mykola Zlochevsky, “may have undercut the legitimacy of the vice president’s anticorruption stance.”

Later that day, Kate Bedingfield, the vice president’s then-communications director, was questioned by Eric Schwerin, then-president of Hunter’s now-defunct investment company Rosemont Seneca Partners, on any “follow-up” by other media outlets on the Times report.

Within minutes, Bedingfield—who left her position as director of communications for the White House last month—replied to Schwerin, stating that a Bloomberg writer had inquired about it but was “doing everything she could to not use it.”

Biden was quoted in a short story the following day by Bloomberg defending Hunter, which caused Schwerin and Bedingfield to become irate. In an email, Schwerin wrote to Bedingfield.

“Perhaps the reporter for Bloomberg didn’t have the persuasive power to persuade her editors to not force her to write the story.”

Bedingfield said, “Very annoying,” upset that the media wouldn’t support the Biden campaign. Strangely enough, the article was mysteriously removed from Bloomberg’s website in 2016.

After seven years, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre in the White House briefing room has resorted to simply ignoring inquiries regarding the corruption of the Biden family.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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