The business partner of Hunter Biden who flipped on the Biden family from prison provided access to 26,000 emails, Breitbart News senior contributor Peter Schweizer said in a Saturday morning radio appearance.
Schweizer, appearing on Breitbart News Saturday on SiriusXM 125 the Patriot Channel, said that former Hunter Biden business partner Bevan Cooney provided 26,000 emails to him—the first of which were published late last week in a Breitbart News exclusive investigation by Schweizer and author Seamus Bruner.
Cooney is currently serving a sentence in federal prison due to his conviction over financial deals he made connected to Hunter Biden and his other partner Devon Archer. Archer, who was also convicted by a jury in federal court, saw his conviction vacated by a federal judge. That conviction was later—just a couple weeks ago—reinstated by an appellate court, which overruled the lower court judge’s decision to vacate it. Archer awaits sentencing.
Listen to Peter Schweizer on Breitbart News Saturday below.
⭐️People... this is HUGE! People MUST see this information! Bevan Cooney, ex-business associate of Hunter Biden, has given UNFETTERED access to his OWN email account in which there is a TROVE of emails detailing the Bidens' corruption. The article. -VJhttps://t.co/4XNQAAQYb8 pic.twitter.com/W9865oWxBw— RealVinnieJames (@RealVinnieJames) October 16, 2020
And Bevan Cooney e-mails. Ask @JackPosobiec. He seen ‘em. And the wide eyed wonderment was somewhere between kid in candy store & kid gets first new bike. Was a beautiful moment of pure joyful bliss. (That Poso is a national treasure.) https://t.co/RL1qgXlbnw— Matthew Tyrmand (@MatthewTyrmand) October 19, 2020
1) They corroborated the emails with various people on the email threads who confirmed their authenticity— JANE 🇺🇸⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@kelcrw4) October 18, 2020
2) Biden's own attorney asked for his laptop back- shows that it isn't from Russia.
3) Nobody has denied the information
4) Bevan Cooney’s emailshttps://t.co/q9Ra6q4R1x
When Trump rains holy hell on you, it’s like a sideways rain in a monsoon. You never know where it’s coming from next. https://t.co/kCE6BLza0e— Dan Mellis (@MtgGuyDan) October 18, 2020