Jim Jordan Reveals Biden Bombshell Letter

(ReclaimingAmerica.net) – A fresh bombshell revelation has exposed a 2011 letter the then-US vice president — Joe Biden — sent to his son’s business partner Devon Archer, proving Biden has lied by denying knowledge of Hunter Biden’s business ventures, according to a GOP lawmaker.

The 12-year-old note seemingly compromising President Joe Biden has been dug up by The New York Post. It was read on air by Martha MacCallum, anchor of the Fox News program “The Story,” before she interviewed U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), the House Judiciary Committee chairman.

The new revelation comes after Devon Archer told Congress last week in a closed-door testimony that Hunter Biden routinely used his father’s political job to further his foreign business interests – including by putting Joe Biden on the phone during talks with business partners.

In the 2011 note, the then-vice president apologizes to Archer that he couldn’t speak with him during an event in which he hosted then-Chinese President Hu Jintao.

“Dear Devon, I apologize for not getting a chance to talk to you at the luncheon yesterday. I was having trouble getting away from hosting President Hu. I hope I get a chance to see you again soon with Hunter,” the brief letter reads.

“Happy you guys are together,” Joe Biden added in a handwritten note at the bottom. The letter was sent to the address of Hunter and Archer’s joint venture on Wisconsin Avenue in D.C.

At the time, Biden Jr. and Archer were developing a private equity fund and a business dealing with government regulation.

According to House Judiciary Committee chief Jordan, the 2011 letter is new evidence that Joe Biden had “connections” with his son’s business dealings.

Host Martha MacCallum noted that Democrats such as U.S. Rep. Daniel Goldman claimed after Archer’s testimony that Joe Biden only exchanged “niceties” with Hunter’s business partners.

“Of course. The whole idea was [to] get the vice president of the United States on the phone talking with clients and people we’re doing business with. Well, of course, they’re not going to talk about business. That wasn’t what was needed,” Jordan reacted.

“What was needed is, ‘Oh, I can get my dad on the phone – who happens to be vice president of the most important country in history, who has a lot of influence in D.C. – Hey, everyone, do you want to say hello to the vice president?’” the Ohio Republican elaborated.