Hunter Biden’s many scandals are starting to spiral out of control.
The walls could finally be closing in on the Biden crime family.
Now Hunter Biden is feeling the heat after this bombshell revelation came to light.
Hunter Biden’s problems from his crooked foreign business deals are piling up with no end in sight.
The scandal has grown to the point that even the corporate-controlled media is reluctantly admitting he could be in major trouble.
More revelations are coming out from Hunter’s infamous “laptop from hell.”
The Russia-Ukraine war has put a renewed spotlight on Hunter’s various business deals in the former Soviet Union.
Now the latest story from the infamous laptop could land both Joe and Hunter in hot water.
It’s been revealed that Hunter was trying to cultivate a business relationship with a Russian oligarch known for his close ties to Vladimir Putin.
In 2012 and 2013, Hunter, along with a business partner, met with Russian billionaire Vladimir Yevtushenkov multiple times in the U.S. and in Russia.
Hunter and his associate, Devon Archer, were trying to get Yevtushenkov to come aboard as an investor in their real estate company, Rosemont Realty.
Rosemont Realty was founded by Archer, Biden, and John Kerry’s stepson, Chris Heinz.
Archer is serving time in federal prison after he was recently convicted of defrauding an Indian tribe of billions of dollars in a bond sale.
Archer began developing the relationship with Yevtushenkov in 2011 when he traveled to Moscow to pitch him on an investment opportunity.
After the trip, an email from Archer said, “Moscow is going great… It does look like I will be back quite a bit based on our initial response to the real estate fund pitch.”
In 2012, Hunter went to Moscow to meet with Yevtushenkov at the headquarters of his company, RTI.
Emails from the “laptop from hell” show that after Hunter’s trip to Moscow, the Russian billionaire came to the U.S. to have breakfast with him at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in New York City.
The next day, Yevtushenkov followed that up with a meeting with Rosemont Realty at the Ritz-Carlton in Dallas.
In 2013, emails revealed that Hunter and Archer met with Yevtushenkov in Washington, D.C. about investing in a $110 million commercial property in Northern Virginia that included a personal tour.
Until last year, Yevtushenkov owned the Russian defense company RTI.
RTI is a major supplier of drones to the Russian military being used in their conflict with Ukraine.
The oligarch was recently hit with sanctions by the United Kingdom and Australia as part of their pushback against Russia.
But curiously, even though Democrats have singled out multiple Russian oligarchs for sanctions, he’s managed to avoid sanctions from the Biden regime.
For all of Joe’s tough talk against Russia, it appears it doesn’t extend to Yevtushenkov.
This latest news on Hunter’s shady foreign business dealings will be yet another headache for Democrats to contend with.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.