Hunter accused father Joe of having ‘finally crossed the line’ in bitterly angry unsent letter found on laptop

There appears to be information on Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop that is rather unflattering in the picture it portrays of President Joe Biden and the rest of his family.

The latest revelation, an unsent letter from Hunter to Joe, seemingly reveals a level of anger and resentment in the son against his father for not sharing any credit or recognition with others who sacrificed and served on behalf of the family, the Conservative Brief reported.

That letter was dated Jan. 14, 2017, which was the day that then-President Barack Obama bestowed the Presidential Medal of Freedom on then-Vice President Biden just before they exited the White House a week later.

“You have finally crossed the line”

The Daily Wire reported that Hunter’s missive to his father accused the political patriarch of the Biden family of having “finally crossed the line” in terms of not giving credit where it was due with regard to the service of other members of the family.

“Dad you have to listen — then you can do whatever you want,” the son reportedly wrote to his father in a disjointed and rambling missive filled with grammatical errors and misspellings.

“I’ll make it the last time and you can ignore it or i hope at least acknowledge that the three people on earth who have lived their lives in service to you who love you more than the next 30 combined have suddenly all concluded for their own reasons that you have finally crossed the line — that we won’t be publicly and privately humiliated while those that publicly and privately humiliate us our [sic] held to the world as the loves of your life the life of your …,” Hunter continued.

The laptop is real and everyone now admits it

This unsent letter from Hunter Biden to his father that was reportedly discovered on the abandoned laptop had first been referenced, at least in part, in the “Laptop from Hell” book written by New York Post columnist Miranda Devine.

Devine and the Post had begun reporting on Hunter’s laptop in the final weeks before the 2020 election but those reports had been dismissed as “Russian disinformation” or simply squashed and ignored by both the mainstream media and social media platforms.

Since that time, however, mainstream outlets like The New York Times and The Washington Post have now belatedly authenticated the laptop and its purported contents and verified it to be real.

Where’s the public gratitude and recognition?

The letter from Hunter to Joe that was never sent was found in the Notes app of the laptop, according to National Pulse, which proceeded to publish it in full.

In that missive, Hunter offered up high praise for his “Aunt Val” and “Uncle Jimmy” who, in his view, had made inordinate sacrifices on behalf of the family following the death of his mother at a young age, and “Uncle Jimmy,” James Biden, was singled out by his nephew as being the one family who was most deserving, more so than his father, of receiving the honorific that had been bestowed upon the then-vice president that day.

“So dad on arguably the most rewarding day in your career you [fail] to even say and I want publicly thank the heart and soul of this family the …,” the letter abruptly concluded by highlighting the fact that Joe Biden hadn’t properly thanked his family publicly for everything that they had done.

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