At a press conference, the Russian government accused the incumbent US President’s son, Hunter Biden, of funding a US bioweapons research project in Ukraine. The commander of Russia’s nuclear, biological and chemical protection forces claimed that there is an “interaction scheme between US government agencies and Ukrainian biological objects” and referred to the “funding of such activities by structures particularly close to the current US leadership. Specifically, the Rosemont Seneca mutual fund, which is run by Hunter Biden.”
Although intelligence agencies initially dismissed the Russian government’s allegations as a propaganda ploy to justify President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and sow discord in the US, the incriminating material against Biden’s son does not appear to be a Russian fake — at least that’s what a British one reports Daily newspaper.
The Dailymail received the data from Hunter Biden’s previously used laptop, which he had not picked up from a repair shop in New York, and described it as “quite incriminating”. More and more other American and British media are also reporting on the questionable email correspondence that Biden’s son maintained with Ukrainian oligarchs.
According to Dailymail, “Emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop show he helped secure millions of dollars in funding for ‘Metabiota,’ a Defense Department contractor specializing in research into diseases that cause pandemics and as Bioweapons could be used.”
Hunter’s investment by Rosemont Seneca in the research company Metabiota and his “brokerage” to the White House arguably paid off: Metabiota received a $23.9 million bid from the US government, including $307,901 for “Ukrainian research projects,” it said US government budget portal. His father, Joe Biden, was Vice-President in the Obama administration at the time, responsible for Ukraine policy.
At the same time, Hunter Biden – suspected by Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky, according to the New York Post – was appointed to the board of Ukraine’s largest natural gas company, Burisma Holdings, where he was paid $83,000 a month for ‘unclear duties’. In total, the president’s son, who has suffered from serious drug problems in the past, is said to have received around five million dollars from Burisma for his mediation to the White House. Hunter Biden (52) denies the allegations – he is currently being investigated for various tax offenses.