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WATCH: Jack Posobiec details how Hunter and Joe Biden got their way in Ukraine

"Understand how this worked: Hunter Biden was the bagman. He was the one who took the money in for the family."

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Human Events Daily's Jack Posobiec on Thursday gave an in-depth analysis into the ongoing investigation into Hunter Biden, which now could envelop the rest of the Biden family.

Hunter Biden essentially confessed, Posobiec said, that his business dealings were for the profit of the Biden family, including his dad. "What he's doing is confession," Posobiec said, "that's what we call a confession tape. He thinks he's venting, but, as any military interrogator will tell you, anything you can do to get the subject to open up and start 'spilling the beans'."

"You've gotta use one of those emotional approaches, and, in this case, pride and ego are obviously direct triggers for Hunter Biden," Posobiec said, breaking down Hunter's frame of mind.

"And so, what he's talking about there are these dirty dealings that he's been doing that have been going on for years, that are obviously clearly tied to the family," Posobiec said.

The White House, and Biden, have consistently said that  the elder Biden had no knowledge of his son's business endeavors, yet correspondence contained on Hunter Biden's notorious laptop, which both The New York Times and the Washington Post recently admitted was not "Russian disinformation."

"I think it's ridiculous that, when you talk to the Biden administration about this, they say, 'Oh, this has nothing to do with the president, he has no clue," Posobiec said.

"Understand how this worked: Hunter Biden was the bagman. He was the one who took the money in for the family."

"The money came from various places. It may have come from China, the CCP. It may have come from Ukraine, Burisma. It came from the Moscow mayor's wife, Elena Baturina ... there's so [much] more we could get into," Posobiec said.

And it was Hunter Biden who "was complaining about how he's the only one in the family that makes all the money, keeps the family going."

On the subject of the contents of the now-infamous Hunter Biden laptop itself, Posobiec said "I've seen the laptop, unfortunately, and you can see his illegal drug use, and illegal drug use between himself, female partners, even with children in the very same house ... that of course would be a state-level crime."

Hunter Biden is currently under investigation in the state of Delaware, specifically for tax matter. But Posobiec reports that Biden's misdeeds go way past simple tax evasion.

"Hunter Biden was lobbying the federal government on behalf of Burisma, on behalf of Ukraine, while his father was the Vice-President of the United States, who we also know had a direct role in choosing and firing people who were at the highest levels of Ukrainian government," Posobiec said succinctly.

"So, we understand the corruption; we see the corruption. Let's wait and see if anything actually happens," concludes Posobiec, commenting that "because, as we know, if your name is a Biden or a Clinton, you seem to always escape justice."

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