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Hunter Reportedly Confesses to Biden’s Payments in Revealing 2018 Text

'Too many cooks in the kitchen...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) Damning allegations connecting President Joe Biden to political corruption are gaining traction from recent attention on a 2018 text message supposedly from Hunter Biden, where he confesses to covering his father’s expenses for more than a decade.

Initially disclosed by Fox News on Tuesday, the text messages, dated April 12, 2018, are directly connected to a conversation between Hunter and his assistant, Katie Dodge, about two bills from AT&T and Wells Fargo.

The infamous exchange commenced with Hunter claiming his Wells Fargo account had “shut” him out. “Too many cooks in the kitchen,” Hunter stated. “Too many profile changes and such. Happened 10 days ago too. What do you need? I’m going to bank in a few. Need to verify identity in person.”

Dodge responded, “I need to pay AT&T,” to which Hunter instructed Dodge to use his credit card for the bill payment.

The shocking admission ensued. “My dad has been using most lines on this account which I’ve through the gracious offerings of Eric [Schwerin] have paid for past 11 years,” Hunter confessed.

As per Fox, it remains unclear whether Hunter was referring to the AT&T or Wells Fargo accounts. The scandal-plagued White House, naturally, declined to comment on Fox’s queries.

A compilation by the news outlet revealed Hunter’s explicit admission of channeling funds to his father. In 2010, an email from Schwerin, a longtime business partner, revealed that he was transferring funds from Biden to Hunter’s account. “He owes it to you,” Schwerin told Hunter. Similarly, a 2016 email from the same contact indicated that Biden expected Hunter to cover an AT&T bill totaling $190.

Fox News’s report on the controversial text messages comes weeks after Republican members in the House of Representatives scrutinized President Biden regarding his potential involvement in an alleged $10 million bribery scandal related to Burisma Holdings, a company where Hunter worked on the board.

During most of his contentious 2020 presidential campaign, Biden had falsely claimed that he had never discussed dubious foreign business transactions with his son. However, incriminating testimony subsequently unveiled Biden’s deep involvement in these matters.

Most recently, Devon Archer, a former business partner of the embattled first son, acknowledged that Biden had conversed with Hunter and business associates on at least 20 occasions.

The allegations prompted several Republicans to support impeachment proceedings against the president, with Rep. Greg Stuebe, R-Fla., at the forefront.

“It’s our obligation as members of Congress to stand up for America when we see crimes being committed by the President,” Stuebe said in a Twitter statement, sharing a video interview with Fox News. “That’s why I filed articles of impeachment against Joe Biden.”

Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., echoed Stuebe’s remarks in a Twitter statement on Tuesday. “This is no longer just about Hunter Biden,” Burchett said. “The president shared this bank account with him. More and more evidence just keeps hitting us in the mouth and eventually there’s got to be some justice. The American people are owed that much.”

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