Investigative journalist John Solomon revealed an unexpected occurrence during his inquiry into Hunter and Joe Biden. According to Solomon, Joe Biden reportedly answered his phone call and briefly engaged in conversation with the critical reporter before ending the call.
“There had been some documents that law enforcement had gotten to other media” Solomon stated. “One of those documents got leaked to me, and it had a cell phone number that Hunter Biden was paying for, so I figured this was my chance. I’ve been trying to get fair comment from Hunter Biden, so I’m gonna call the cell phone!”
“So I called the cell phone, and guess who picked up the phone? Joe Biden! Joe Biden! Boy was he shocked when he got — when he picked up the phone and found out it was me. He hung up pretty quickly,” Solomon continued.
Similarly, Peter Schweizer from the Government Accountability Institute provided his perspective on this matter. Schweizer pointed out that during Biden’s tenure as vice president under the Obama administration, he utilized a satellite phone funded by a company associated with his son Hunter.
“It’s interesting. What is the line of communications between Hunter Biden and his business partners and Joe Biden when he’s vice president of the United States? It’s not the government phone. It’s not Joe Biden’s personal phone,” Schweizer said.
Schweizer went on to elaborate that the laptop’s contents revealed that Hunter Biden’s business had financed a private phone line, which Joe Biden utilized during his time as vice president.
“We know from the laptop that Hunter Biden’s business paid for a private phone line that Joe Biden used while he was vice president. It was from AT&T. It was $300 a month. It was a global phone where you could access somebody anywhere around the world,” Schweizer added.
Furthermore, Schweizer informed that he has shared this information with House Republicans who are currently conducting an investigation into the activities of the Biden family.
“We shared that phone number and that account information with people in the House Oversight Committee. My hope is that they if they haven’t already, they will subpoena those records because I think it will give an indication on how tight the communication was.”