The Biden Lottery: New Evidence Shows Why Hunter Switched from Powerball to Influence Peddling

The Bidens don’t gamble. That was the message from Hunter Biden in new emails released this week. As Hunter explained in an email to Devon Archer (who supplied damaging evidence this week to the House on the Biden influence peddling efforts): “I dont believe in lottery tickets anymore, but I do believe in the super chairman.”

The “Super” is Che Feng, a Chinese businessman with close ties to the Chinese government and someone under criminal investigation for corruption. Lotteries are for suckers.  Influence peddling, however, was a sure thing for the Bidens.

For Hunter Biden, the “Super” was Mega Millions and Powerball combined. Hunter explained that once they were made “owners of a CIC super chairman backed fund I think the sky’s the limit.”

In his interview with congressional investigators on Monday, Archer explained that President Biden called in on dinners and meetings almost two dozens times and was essential to selling “the brand.” The brand was insider peddling and Joe Biden was the object of that influence. The calls showed that he was always a phone call away to friends of his son.

The “brand” had only one product: Joe Biden. Indeed, in the new emails Hunter virtually reduced them to eye candy for the “Super.” He told Archer (who is a former Abercrombie & Fitch model) that the “Super’ loved him for his “last name” and for always traveling with “handsome godlike Aryan men.”

In responding to the new evidence by Archer, Rep. Dan Goldman (D., N.Y.) appeared close to hyperventilation in demanding that all investigations stop immediately. Goldman has been widely mocked for his spin on the calls of Joe Biden just being a dad and chatting with his son’s friends. It was apparently more of a slumber party and the old man was just exchanging “niceties.”

The demand to end any further investigation is becoming not only more hysterical from many Democrats, but more insulting for voters. Polls show that citizens recognize this for what it is: corruption.

A few things now appear established for most of us. First, Hunter Biden (and his uncle) were openly selling influence and access to Joe Biden. The calls were designed to prove their deliverables of Joe Biden.  Second, the Bidens received millions from foreign sources through an intentionally complex series of banks and accounts. Money does not have to go directly to Joe Biden to benefit him and his family. Third, these foreign figures clearly believed that they were buying access. Burisma owner Mykola Zlochevsky reportedly said that Hunter “was stupid, and his dog was smarter.” Hunter may have lacked the numbers on IQ but he had Joe Biden on speed dial and Joe Biden was controlling federal aid to Ukraine.

Zlochevsky’s dog may have been smarter but he never retrieved millions in influence peddling.

This brings us back to Hunter’s lottery calculation and why he shifted from Powerball to influence peddling.

A Powerball lottery ticket costs only $2 a play but the odds of winning are 1 in 292.2 million. Selling access to his father was a guaranteed winner and appears to have netted at least $10 million. That figure is now growing.

There was an added benefit for the Bidens over playing the lottery. IRS whistleblowers allege that Hunter Biden claimed some windfall payments as loans to avoid paying taxes and emails suggest that Joe Biden was slated to receive in-kind benefits like free office space.

In the end, the lottery email may capture the mindset of Hunter and his friend Devon. Lotteries are viewed as get-rich windfalls that do not require any work or skills. Hunter naturally compared lotteries to influence peddling as similar in that respect. Both involved windfalls without any need to earn the money.

After all, Adam Smith noted that “adventure upon all the tickets in the lottery, and you lose for certain; and the greater the number of your tickets the nearer your approach to this certainty.” However, influence peddling as a Biden is a certainty, it is money in the bank. The only numbers needed in the Peddling Powerball to win the jackpot are the ten digits of your Dad’s cellphone.


185 thoughts on “The Biden Lottery: New Evidence Shows Why Hunter Switched from Powerball to Influence Peddling”

  1. Want a mysterious Biden nexus? John and Jason Galanis, Devon Archer and Rosemont Seneca all intersect in the Indian Bond Scam. The Galanis family has a decades long swindle history. Why Archer and Rosemont got mixed up with them is intriguing, as a 30 second Google search would have warned off the honest and cautious. Probably why the Heinz kid bailed out of Rosemont. Read Archer’s bond scam indictment, then read a few of the several Galanis family indictments. See the pattern of dozens of business entities apparently established for the sole reason of having bank accounts to receive and transmit wires, then ask yourself, did Hunter get anything more from the Galanis family other than an education in how to structure swindles?

  2. Mitch McConnell warned in 2021 that Trump could still be held liable in court:
    “He didn’t get away with anything yet. Yet. We have a criminal justice system in this country, we have civil litigation and former presidents are not immune from being [held] accountable by either one.”

  3. Jack Smith — a hired gun, a creature without a conscience — weaponized the IRS to target conservatives. Now that hired gun weaponizes the DOJ to target Trump.

    For him, and the Left, the law is merely a means to satisfy two desires: to destroy political opponents, and to wield power.

    For those who take history and motivation seriously, this corrupt prosecution should come as no surprise.

    1. Elsewhere, you said “When you can’t pound the facts, pound the witness — a sure sign of a losing case and of a vacuous mind.” And that’s what you do here.

      If you could contest the facts in the indictment, you’d do it. You cannot.

      1. “Elsewhere . . .”

        The Left is funny. When it’s trying to get away with corruption, it ignores motivation.

        When it smears the opposition (e.g., JT), it concocts fantasy motivations (a shill for Fox, blah, blah, blah).

        Consistency and intellectual honesty are not their strong suits.

        1. I’m not smearing you. I’m pointing out that (1) you’re pounding Smith instead of the facts because you can’t pound the facts, and (2) you yourself have previously condemned pounding the witness instead of the facts; you know that it’s a mistake to do it, yet you’re doing it anyway.

          And instead of pounding the facts, you’re now trying to deflect with criticism of “the Left.”

          Either you can point out errors in the Trump indictment or you cannot. It appears that you cannot; certainly, you haven’t.

          1. “. . . point out errors in . . .”

            It is a fool’s errand to debate facts and evidence with those suffering from self-induced blindness.

            If you sincerely do not understand the importance of motivation to a person’s credibility, try reading some Agatha Christie.

            1. And now you resort to the fallacy of begging the question, attacking me instead of pounding the facts.

      2. Hey ATS, why dont you use proper decorum and reply to a post in the post instead of creating a new post just so your drivel will be on top. Narcissist as well as disingenuous i see.

  4. “The Defendant had a right, like every American, to speak publicly about the election and even to claim, falsely, that there had been outcome-determinative fraud during the election and that he had won. He was also entitled to formally challenge the result of the election through lawful and appropriate means, such as by seeking recounts or audits of the popular vote in states or filing lawsuits challenging ballots and procedures. Indeed, in many cases the Defendant did pursue these methods of contesting the election results. … the Defendant also pursued unlawful means of discounting legitimate votes and subverting the election results. In doing so, the Defendant perpetrated three criminal conspiracies.”

  5. From the Trump indictment, an email excerpt from a Senior Campaign Advisor:
    “When our research and campaign legal team can’t back up any of the claims made by our Elite Strike Force Legal Team, you can see why we’re 0-32 on our cases. I’ll obviously hustle to help on all fronts, but it’s tough to own any of this when it’s all just conspiracy sh*t beamed down from the mothership.”

    1. a campaign unpaid advisor, whining because the espresso machine is 3 degrees cooler than he likes

      I notice you ‘forgot’ the link’

      ..”The press conference held by Smith only deepened the unease for some of us. Smith railed against the January 6th riot and made it sound like he was indicting Trump on incitement. He didn’t. The disconnect was glaring and concerning.”

      You are so stupid you miss the glaring election interference in this indictment.

      1. “I notice you ‘forgot’ the link’”

        I linked to the indictment yesterday. You clearly still haven’t read it.

  6. Jack Smith just looks dirty….I mean look at him….he does not look clean and professional….he looks dirty….like a dirtbag.
    And he sounds dirty…..
    Because he is DIRTY.

    Pretty soon he’ll be opining as a legal “expert” on the panel at MSLSD, sitting next to the felon who should be in prison, Andy McCabe.

    1. Swear to God….anybody who seriously watches or listens to the psychopaths on MSLSD….is Trump-deranged and brainwashed. Without question. They are gone, all brain cells fried. Don’t even try to talk rational sense with these people….they are gone. Brainwashed and lost in the Matrix. Leave them to their own demise.

    2. Abraham Lincoln, the greatest president in U.S. history, didn’t look clean and professional. The courageous political fighter, Steve Bannon, doesn’t look clean and professional. While Gavin Newsom, the leftist governor of California, always looks clean and professional.

      1. Oh yea good ole abe, who suspended habeous corpus and hired thugs to offer bribes to get his way in congress. He was the man!!

  7. Joe Biden, 2013: Al Gore “was elected president of the United States of America.”
    Joe Biden, 2016: “I think [Gore] won.”
    Hillary Clinton, 2016: The Supreme Court “took away a presidency.”
    Barack Obama, 2005: “Not every vote” was counted.
    Bill Clinton, 2001: “The only way they could win the election was to stop the voting in Florida.”
    Jimmy Carter, 2005: “There’s no doubt in my mind that Al Gore was elected president.”
    Al Gore, 2017: “Actually I think I carried Florida.”
    Jamie Raskin, 2003: George W. Bush was the “first court-appointed president.”
    Terry McAuliffe, 2004: “We won that election!”
    Debbie Wasserman Schultz, 2016: “The Supreme Court elected the president. Al Gore won the state of Florida in 2000.”

    1. And yet Bush won in all official recounts as well as five separate unofficial recounts conducted by media organizations that were hoping for a Gore win. So those people you quoted are the “election deniers.”

      1. Yet none of them conspired with others to overturn the Electoral College vote count in Congress.

        1. Democrats have in fact motioned to deny electoral counts be ignored with every Republican since Regan.

          1. You clearly still haven’t read the indictment and don’t understand what constitutes an illegal conspiracy to overturn the Electoral College vote count as compared with a legal challenge in Congress.

            1. i lost my talking points from the Big Guy, and the local Starbucks has banned me from using their wifi hotspot. I am running late to another free wifi hotspot location but am asking you to send me your talking points for the day™. I need to pay my drug dealer and can not lost this job!


            2. ATS
              Then why wasn’t he charged under the act which covers seditious conspiracy??

              Why dont you look at each of those counts and tell us all why each of the statutes cited were created.

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