On Thursday, the Daily Mail obtained more information that proves the mishandling of classified documents by the Biden family.
According to their brand new report, “Hunter Biden’s business partner was tasked with transferring sensitive papers from Joe Biden’s vice presidential office to the University of Delaware – papers that were sensitive enough to require the involvement of White House lawyers.”
The business partner in question is Eric Schwerin, who was Hunter’s partner at Rosemont Seneca. Schwerin was reportedly put in charge of moving 1,850 boxes of files from the vice president’s DC office that were being donated to the University of Delaware in 2010.
“Those documents, mainly from Biden’s time as a Delaware senator, also included Obama-Biden presidential transition team papers and raised the hackles of White House lawyers,” the Daily Mail continued.
So Hunter’s shady business partner can move documents about a WHITE HOUSE TRANSITION without oversight, but the media wants us to simply “look the other way”. With knowing the company that Hunter keeps, how was it acceptable to let this man handle classified information?
More from the report:
In a March 2010 email from Hunter’s laptop, Joe’s deputy counsel Katherine Oyama wrote to Schwerin warning that the ‘Deed of Gift’ document to the university ‘appears to include Obama-Biden transition papers, which the vice president likely does not own.’
She recommended the inclusion of language about ‘the University’s duty to comply with … classified information procedures’.
Schwerin forwarded the correspondence to Hunter, saying: ‘FYI – if you want to be in the loop. I sent to Mel who is going to talk to your Dad about this and decide who should work on it between him and Jamie.’
‘Mel’ likely refers to attorney Melvyn Monzack, who handled Hunter and Joe’s brother Jim’s taxes and other Biden family affairs.
Monzack also sent Hunter emails directly about Joe’s gift of sensitive papers to the University of Delaware in October 2010.
This is still a developing story. Stay tuned for more…