A CONTROVERSIAL old text exchange between Hunter Biden and his lawyer surfaced on June 8, 2021.
In the series of messages, Biden throws around "racist" language.
What did Hunter Biden's text messages say?
Hunter Biden reportedly called his white lawyer the n-word in a series of texts sent between 2018 and 2019, reported the DailyMail.
In the messages, Biden asks Chicago-based corporate attorney George Mesires “How much money do I owe you” before adding “Becaause [sic] n—a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.”
“That made me snarf my coffee,” replied Mesires.
“I just made that phrase up, by the way,” Biden responded, adding, “I should have [h]ad your lineage.”
“Apparently you do,” answered the lawyer, before Biden wrote “That’s what I’m saying n****."
The text exchange went on where Biden continued to use lewd language.
Mesires eventually interjected in the banter, writing that he felt it was annoying when the president's son "interject[s] with frivolity."
President Biden himself has demonstrated a history of using racially charged language,
In 2006, he told a voter that You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent."
In 2008, he described Barack Obama, who was the Democratic presidential nomination at the time, as “the first sort of mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean.”
What did Hunter Biden's emails reveal during Obama's presidency?
On June 7, 2021, emails allegedly obtained from Hunter's laptop show that the president's son reached out to former FBI Director Louis Freeh in an attempt to help out Gabriel Popoviciu, who was facing bribery charges in Romania.
Popoviciu was facing charges for bribing a university official to purchase government-owned land at a greatly reduced price, the Daily Mail reported.
Hunter, who was working for Boies Schiller Flexner LLP at the time, sought Freeh's help on behalf of Popoviciu in a 2016 email, a copy of which was obtained by the Mail.
In the email, Hunter says that he has "grown close" to the client and "he is in my estimation a very good man that's being very badly treated by a suspect Romanian justice system."
Hunter concludes the email by noting that, "Time is of the essence and my client has never balked at bringing whatever team it takes together at whatever cost to obtain justice."
Later emails obtained by the New York Post show that Freeh soon came on board and began plotting ways to get Popoviciu out of the charges with Hunter.
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