Hunter Biden’s Travel Records Go MIA

Recently, the Secret Service announced to GOP lawmakers that it is unable to locate any communications regarding the travels of Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, during the three years that Biden served as Vice President in the Obama administration, as reported by the Washington Examiner on Thursday.

The publication, which also published BLM’s ailing issues with the IRS and other tax authorities, reported that James Murray, the Secret Service Director, informed Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa that it was impossible for the agency to locate any of Hunter Biden’s travel records for the three years that Biden was Obama’s Vice President.

“[In conjunction] with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), on June 11, 2021, the Secret Service provided documents [that responded] to your request [according to the law], longstanding Executive Branch practice, and Department-wide standards,” Murray wrote to the two GOP senators.

The senators had sought Hunter Biden’s travel records after a number of trips were reported to questionable locations during Biden’s time as Obama’s Vice President. These trips included jaunts to China, Russia, and several other nations that the United States is presently experiencing serious issues with, from the pandemic from China to the current war in Europe with Russia.

Moreover, Republican lawmakers also note that the travel records that are available are riddled with serious reductions, raising even more questions as to the nature of Hunter Biden’s dealings in foreign affairs.