Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom’s Ties to Hunter Biden Revealed in New Emails
A new revelation has emerged, casting a dark shadow over California Governor Gavin Newsom. Newsom’s ties with Hunter Biden have been brought to light via a series of emails that reveal a questionable relationship involving quid pro quo political donations and invitations to official White House functions.
Fox News obtained these correspondences between Newsom, Hunter Biden, and a host of advisors and political donors, all of whom were part of the nexus revolving around Hunter and his overseas business partners. This startling discovery has left Governor Newsom scrambling to defend his integrity amidst accusations of encouraging Hunter to exploit his network of political supporters.
The saga began in October 2010 when Eric Schwerin, Hunter Biden’s business partner, suggested that Hunter reach out to Newsom, then-Mayor of San Francisco. The objective? To “bring together potential other investors in Real Estate.” From there, a series of exchanges unfolded, with Newsom offering support and encouragement to Hunter, even after his dismissal from the Navy for cocaine possession.
Newsom went on to introduce Hunter to lobbyist Eve O’Toole, who he referred to as his “best friend and trusted adviser.” In return, Hunter promised a $5,000 donation, which remains unconfirmed but may have been bundled among other political donors.
Fast forward to November 2017, Hunter co-hosted fundraisers for Newsom and made a personal $10,000 donation, according to the emails. This blatant exchange of favors paints a disturbing picture of the depths politicians will go to secure their interests.
The revelations come before Newsom is slated to debate Florida Governor Ron DeSantis live on Fox News. The two have publicly sparred over their respective records, with Newsom defending his progressive policies and criticizing DeSantis for relaxing regulations in Florida.
This scandal is sure to add fuel to the fire, with Newsom now having to defend not only his policies but also his relationship with Hunter Biden. His previous dismissal of criticisms against Hunter’s overseas business dealings now seems rather hollow.
When asked by CNN’s Dana Bash about Hunter’s “inappropriate” use of his father’s name in his business dealings, Newsom had said, “If that’s the new criteria, there are a lot of folks in a lot of industries – not just in politics – where people have family members and relationships and they’re trying to parlay and get a little influence and benefit in that respect. That’s hardly unique.”
Now, with these revelations, it seems that Newsom might have been more involved than he initially let on. The saga continues to unfold, and only time will reveal the full extent of Newsom’s involvement with Hunter Biden.