Letter From Hunter’s Laptop Tells Joe He Has ‘Crossed the Line’

The infamous Hunter Biden laptop has already revealed substantial amounts of evidence of the Biden family’s activities and misadventures around the world, and now it is revealing more about the deep dysfunction that afflicts the powerful clan.

A draft letter from the laptop was published on Tuesday by the National Pulse that was written by Hunter to his father that shows some of the trouble between the two. The letter is dated January 14, 2017, just before Joe Biden left office as vice president. Hunter’s letter also was written just after Barack Obama awarded his father the Presidential Medal of Freedom, on what Hunter told Joe was “the most rewarding day of your career.”


The letter is something of a jumbled mess, which makes it consistent with much of the other material on the laptop that has been disclosed so far. However, the overall meaning of the letter comes through as the anger toward Joe is clear to see.

In particular, Hunter has harsh words for Joe about his treatment of family members, especially his brother Jim Biden and sister Valerie. Hunter refers to Valerie as “Aunt Val” and has been known to treat her as a mother.

He tells Joe that he has “finally crossed the line” by publicly and privately humiliating the “loves of your life.” Hunter describes Jim as his best friend and Valerie as his mother when describing Joe’s actions toward him and them as “betrayal.”

Hunter describes Jim’s sacrifices for the family as “throwing himself on the grenade” and describes how he has done so countless times without gratitude or understanding from Joe.

The sad tone of Hunter’s letter is reminiscent of a text message from the laptop dating back to 2019. In that message Hunter wrote to his daughter Naomi that he hopes she can do what he has and “pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years.” He continued on to tell her not to worry because, unlike Joe, he “won’t make you give me half your salary.”

Meanwhile, it was reported this week that federal prosecutors investigating Hunter subpoenaed records from a paternity lawsuit that included some of his tax records. Attorney Clint Lancaster told reporters that the prosecutors wanted “every record relating to Hunter Biden we had.” Lancaster represented Lunden Roberts in a paternity suit against Hunter filed in 2019.

Hunter made his first public appearance since the mainstream media finally admitted the authenticity of his abandoned laptop at the White House Easter Egg Roll. He appeared on the White House lawn with his wife, Melissa Cohen, and their 2-year-old son, Beau.