Hunter Biden Business Partner Could Hold Key To Prosecution

A new light has been seen on President Biden’s son’s long-term business partner after his stunning congressional appearance last week in which Devon Archer alleged the president’s substantial involvement with Hunter Biden’s financial operations.

A report shows that at least 36 visits were made by Eric Schwerin between 2009 and 2016 to the Obama White House and the home of then-Vice President Joe Biden, raising the likelihood that the House Oversight Committee would investigate him as part of its probe into the financial transactions of the Biden family.

President Obama named Schwerin to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad in early 2015, an independent U.S. government organization. Schwerin was previously a founding member and managing director of Hunter’s now-defunct business, Rosemont Seneca Partners.

In an email from 2015, Hunter disclosed that Schwerin had requested one of these appointments on the day following the 2008 election.  In January 2017, Schwerin received a reappointment to the commission.

If any of Schwerin’s meetings with the Bidens, for whom he manages their personal finances, qualify under the voluntary disclosure policy exemption of personal guests, then the number of his trips to the White House might be far greater than 36.

Hunter’s ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle (from 1993 until 2017), said in a book published in 2022 how Schwerin handled almost all of the family’s financial matters.

It was revealed by media reports that in an email exchange between the two men in February 2014, Hunter admitted that Schwerin served as a confidant and adviser to Joe Biden.

Recently, Peter Schweizer, an investigator of Hunter’s business transactions and president of the Government Accountability Institute, told Maria Bartiromo of “Sunday Morning Futures” that if Devon Archer was the deal guy, Eric Schwerin was the money guy.

In an early August episode of FNC’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Peter Schweizer praised Biden associate Devon Archer’s testimony before a House committee.

The testimony was “absolutely devastating” for the Bidens, according to Schweizer.

Schweizer believed that the ‘money mover’ Eric Schwerin might be the next person to testify in front of Congress.