Biden White House staffer has long ties to Hunter Biden's businesses, former associates

 December 12, 2023

The Hunter Biden drama -- and really the entire Biden family's drama -- seems to develop new and interesting twists and turns on a daily basis.

The latest twist, which probably shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, involves a White House staffer -- one who's held multiple positions in President Joe Biden's administration -- who apparently worked for a law firm with multiple ties to Hunter Biden's business entities and former business partners.

Surprise, surprise! Right?

Fox News reported that Michael Hochman, who held a position as high as White House deputy staff secretary in President Biden's White House, has quite the connection to Hunter Biden's shady business past.

The outlet noted:

Between January 2021 and June 2022, Hochman served as the White House deputy staff secretary before joining the White House’s recently created Office of the National Cyber Director (ONCD), which advises Biden on cybersecurity policy and strategy. Hochman started out as the deputy general counsel and deputy chief of staff before being promoted to chief of staff last November.

For nearly two decades, Hochman was a top attorney at "Monzack Mersky McLaughlin and Browder, originally co-founded by Biden in 1970 before he started his Senate career."

Hochman will likely soon have plenty of questions to answer at the hands of House Republicans, especially his rapid ascension to Joe Biden's White House.

That will happen as a result of House Republicans' continued investigation into Hunter Biden's past business dealings that involved his father and uncles, though Joe Biden still continues to insist that he has no knowledge of his son's past dealings.

Fox News went into great detail noting the connections Hochman had to Hunter Biden's foreign business empire, and they're too plentiful and detailed to list here. There's a lot.

The news comes as House Republicans, led by Rep. James Comer (R-KY) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) prepare for an upcoming vote on launching a formal impeachment inquiry against President Biden, which will undoubtedly include his son and brothers as part of the larger probe.

Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) has signaled on many occasions over past weeks that he fully supports the impeachment inquiry and stated that the American people deserve to know the truth.

Only time will tell what else comes out of the investigation into the Biden family. One can be sure that they're losing sleep over it at this point.