Hunter Biden’s Las Vegas Hooker Girlfriend Got Over $20K In Taxpayer-Funded COVID Cash Shortly After the “Big Guy” Moved Into the White House

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Hunter Biden’s laptop is the gift that just keeps on giving…

In yet another recently uncovered bombshell found on Hunter’s abandoned laptop, a Las Vegas hooker who frequently communicated with Joe Biden’s son was given $20,207 in taxpayer dollars to help her deal with the COVID crisis shortly after the “Big guy” aka. Joe Biden and his lovely wife Jill moved into the White House.

Hunter’s laptop shows that he was in regular communication with the prostitute who begged him for protection against violent associates. In addition to begging him for protection, she also asked the Burisma executive for money and in at least one text explained to the first son why she didn’t want to participate in his orgies.

In August 2018, the Las Vegas hooker wrote to Hunter: “Honestly babe the problem is you have too many girls there. I understand you like a lot of girls but that’s fine do one at a time at the tops to. Which is fine but just hire the second girl for like 1 hour.”

From the Daily Wire – On August 23, 2018, Deboves texted Hunter Biden to say drug dealers were threatening her, and she begged for his help.

“Eric keeps threatening me, and now he has someone named keaton threatening me too who just got out of prison or whatever… Can you please help me? Like he scares me a lot. I hate it when men threaten women,” she wrote.

“You told me to download [Cash app] you told me that you would definitely text me back or call me back you told me that you would,” she pleaded on August 31.

But that message was ignored and Hunter Biden seemingly ghosted her for months, ignoring messages such as “Can you PLEASE CALL me it’s a emergency!!!!!” Then, on February 28, 2019, he texted her.

“Hi beautiful how are you been too long,” Biden wrote, also asking her to FaceTime naked. He arranged to pay her to ensure her phone plan would have data for the call. On March 1, he sent her $500 through Venmo, according to emails on his laptop.

On April 7, 2021, shortly after Joe Biden was inaugurated, Deboves received the $20,207 Paycheck Protection Loan. The loans are generally forgiven, hence amounting to a grant. The PPP program was intended to help businesses retain jobs in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Debove’s loan went to her individually rather than to a business, noting that it was a “female-owned” sole proprietorship.

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