The origins of the form Hunter Biden falsified in 2018 have come to light, and once again revealed how the President of the United States’ family members trade influence for personal gain.
Amidst the discovery of improperly stored classified documents at the president’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, a background check form his son Hunter falsified five years ago surfaced.
The document, which was discovered on Hunter’s infamous laptop, claimed that he was a resident of the Biden family’s Wilmington home and that he paid nearly $50K in rent a month to stay there.
The discovery of the fabricated background check raised questions about Hunter’s access to the top secret documents in that were unacceptably stored next to Biden’s 1967 Corvette Stingray in his “locked” garage.
It also stoked speculation that the first son had been using the inflated rental payments to fund his “middle class Joe’s” seemingly extravagant lifestyle for a public servant, who once claimed to be “one of the poorest members” of Congress.
As it turns out, the insane amount of rent in the document was just another case of the Biden family trading favors to prop up the lavish lives of the clan’s troubled nepo babies.
According to a report from the Washington Free Beacon, the background check form spurned from a Biden family scheme to help Joe Biden’s not-quite-a-felon niece Caroline serve her two year parole sentence in sunny California.
In July 2018, wild child Caroline Biden took a sweetheart plea deal to avoid jail time for spending over $100,000 at a luxury pharmacy in New York City on a stolen credit card.
“I not only acknowledge my conduct and take responsibility but deeply regret the harm caused,” she pandered to the judge.
“I can assure you that I have made amends, full restitution, completed community service and that nothing like this will ever happen again,” Caroline assured the court.
What was once a felony charge was plead down to petite larceny, with a slap on the wrist sentence of 10 days of community service at a children’s hospital, payment of more than $110,000 in restitution, and two years on parole.
The same day she was convicted, Caroline texted Hunter from her probation officer’s New York office that she was trying to secure a California address, but they didn’t count him as her “blood relative.”
Hunter had fled from Delaware for the Golden State after a failed love affair with his dead brother Beau’s widow, Hallie Biden, and according to his own memoir, spend his days cooking crack and banging his way through local sex workers.
In a series of texts from July 20, Caroline, then 31, wrote that the “majority” of their “sick” family thinks that she’s “nuts and [untalkable],” but “your dad thinks you’re a good influence which you are.”
Caroline wanted to move to Laguna Beach to be closer to Hunter, her “partner in crime,” and both her parents, Jim and Sara Biden, urged her cousin to lend a hand.
“Hunter, parole officer needs Caroline’s address in CA in order to transfer to CA,” Sara Biden told him in a July 27 email.
“Caroline also just said she needs to accept job by end of day today and tell them when she can start.”
The same day, Hunter instructed his assistant, Katie Dodge, to fill out the rental application at the luxury apartment complex within 45 minutes, and said that he wanted to move in that night.
On the form he claimed to be paying the President $49,910, the exact number that he paid to lease office space in Washington, D.C., which was terminated in February, when his business deal with CEFC China Energy fell through.
One of the conditions of Caroline’s parole was that she be employed, and Jim Biden sent a July 25 text pleading with Hunter to convince his cousin to take the “below minimum wage” job at a company that donated almost $3 million to Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.
“Caroline was made an offer and she told Sara, not me, she couldn’t possibly take it 85k 10% bonus full benefits, 3 week paid vacation, I [sic] week sick leave and 450 shares of stock!” Jim wrote.
He also forwarded Hunter an email exchange between himself and his daughter about her complaining about the pay at Masimo, a medical device company located in Orange County, CA.
“I cannot take a job full time and relocate for 85,000,” she petulantly wrote to Jim.
“That’s below minimum wage in California after taxes. I’m 31. I made more money every other year.”
Not that it mattered, Caroline wasn’t offered the job after she “bombed” the interview.
Though according to his “crazy” cousin, they offered her an internship at the behest of the President.
“I was given an intern job at 31 years old because of your dad asking him to give me something even though I bombed it,” she told Hunter.
Caroline informed him that without a place to stay, Jim wouldn’t let her visit California, because he wasn’t going to pay her to spend six weeks “doing nothing.”
“Your dad told me he was done with me yesterday,” Caroline added on July 28.
After their scheme fell apart, Caroline kept a relatively low profile, until crashed her car into a tree in August of 2019, while under the influence of controlled substances.
Despite still being on parole when she was charged with a DUI, Caroline, then 33, managed to once again avoid jail time negotiating a plea deal with a Pennsylvania district attorney that resulted in five months of probation and 20 day stint in rehab.