In a development that has the potential to reshape ongoing investigations into the business dealings of the First Family, Hunter Biden’s former associate, Devon Archer, has raised serious questions about the legitimacy of their government access ventures. These ventures allegedly included substantial bribes from Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company where Hunter Biden sat on the board. The questionable funds, amounting to millions of dollars, were then funneled into a web of shell corporations, prompting six banks to file over 170 suspicious activity reports.
Town Hall, the originator of this story, reports that these allegations have been further substantiated by an FBI confidential informant. This informant’s FD-1023 report, once confidential, has now been released to Congress. It appears that the Department of Justice repeatedly intervened to hinder investigations into Hunter Biden, presumably for political reasons, and likely due to potential implications for Joe Biden himself.
The ongoing investigation is slowly revealing the intricate details of this scandal. The House Oversight Committee has now turned its focus to a new key figure, Eric Schwerin, who could hold critical information about the questionable business dealings involving the Biden family. Schwerin, a longtime business partner of Hunter Biden, is believed to have managed various aspects of their financial endeavors. His connection to the Obama administration adds a layer of complexity to the unfolding story.
Schwerin’s history of visits to the Obama White House has raised eyebrows, with records indicating that he visited the White House and then-Vice President Biden’s residence approximately 36 times between 2009 and 2016. This pattern of visits makes him a prime target for the House Oversight Committee’s ongoing investigation into the Biden family’s business ties.
Notably, Schwerin held a prominent role as the founding partner and managing director of Rosemont Seneca Partners, a firm associated with Hunter Biden. His appointment by then-President Obama to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad in 2015 further underscores his connection to the Obama administration. Hunter Biden’s email correspondence from 2015 reveals that Schwerin had requested this appointment shortly after the 2008 election. Schwerin’s reappointment to the commission in 2017 solidified his standing within the government agency.
However, it’s worth noting that the number of Schwerin’s White House visits may surpass the reported 36 if any of his meetings were categorized as “purely personal guests,” exempt from the White House’s voluntary disclosure policy. This could be due to Schwerin’s involvement in managing the Biden family’s personal finances, as detailed by Hunter’s ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle. In a memoir published in June 2022, Buhle stated that Schwerin had overseen nearly every aspect of their financial affairs.
As questions continue to swirl around the Biden family’s business dealings, the spotlight is now firmly on Eric Schwerin. Could he be the key figure who unravels the layers of this complex web of allegations? Fox News has posed this question, emphasizing the potential significance of Schwerin’s insights.
With the House Oversight Committee intensifying its efforts to delve into the Biden family’s business ties, Eric Schwerin’s testimony and the records of his visits to the Obama White House could hold crucial clues to untangle the web of allegations surrounding the First Family’s dealings. As investigations proceed, the intricate puzzle of government access, financial dealings, and potential political influence continues to capture public attention.