It has been a running mystery how Joe Biden was actually tied to Hunter Biden's illicit activities.
Hunter Biden's business partner Devon Archer has testified that Hunter Biden had his father on the phone with his associates at least 20 times, many times on speakerphone.
Vice President Joe Biden was found to have gotten 80 visits from Hunter Biden's business associates while he was in the White House.
Joe Biden even personally met with Hunter Biden's business associates on a number of occasions, including at Cafe Milano in 2014 and 2015.
But there hasn't been footage showing how Joe Biden and Hunter Biden worked potential clients together — until now.
Newsmax host Greg Kelly reported on an April 22, 2005 event called the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner in South Carolina.
It becomes evident from the video how Joe Biden would be introduced to prospective clients, who would then hand them off to his son.
"Look who's watching Joe work the room," Kelly narrates. "Joe is schmoozing. Everybody after this speech, see what we have shaded there. That's Hunter watching every step of the way."
"Hunter moves in as soon as it turns to business," he added.
"Maybe we can work something out, man," Joe says.
"Yeah, that's what we'll do," a woman says.
"Hunter was just telling me about his firm in Washington," the man says.
"Yeah," Joe replies.
"His law firm," the man clarifies.
"Yeah," Joe says again.
"Do you have a card by any chance?" the man asks.
At this point, Hunter jumps into action.
"I do," he says, before adding, "I don't, but I'll give you my card... I gave 'em all away."
"So then Joe goes right back to schmoozing and watch the men step away to conduct business separately," Kelly notes. "You see it right there. That's how it worked. That's how it worked. Circumstantial but devastating."
It should be noted that this exchange took place when Joe Biden was a senator, suggesting that the Biden corruption racket has been going on for a long, long time.
In fact, this is what Hunter Biden himself had to say to his daughter about his relationship to his father.
"I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family Fro (sic) 30 years. It's really hard. But don't worry unlike Pop I won't make you give me half your salary," Hunter wrote.
While some may believe this was a one-off remark, there have arisen new emails that corroborate his seemingly damning statement.
In a 2018 WhatsApp message with his uncle, Hunter fumed about now-first lady Jill Biden and called her a "f---ing moron" after she shot down a proposal about him teaching and said he needed to get sober first, or he would not be able to support his family.
"I suooorted [sic] my GM [sic] family including some of the costs you should have used your salary to lay [sic] for- for the last 24 years," Hunter said.
In a 2018 text message, Hunter claimed he paid his father's bills for more than a decade, which received backlash from House Republicans.
"Too many cooks in the kitchen," he wrote on April 12, 2018. "Too many profile changes and such. Happened 10 days ago too. What do you need? I’m going to bank in a few. Need to verify identity in person."
"I need to pay AT&T," Hunter's assistant Katie Dodge responded.
Hunter then told Dodge to put the payment on his debit card and also his "Wells Fargo credit line."
"My dad has been using most lines on this account which I’ve through the gracious offerings of Eric [Schwerin] have paid for past 11 years," Hunter wrote.
It's clear from the sum of the bank statements, tax documents, witness statements, whistleblower testimony, texts, and emails that Hunter Biden and Joe Biden clearly had a financial relationship that is not easily explained away with denials that there is "not a shred of evidence" that Joe Biden is corrupt.