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Hunter Biden’s best friend abandoned by the crime family has nothing to lose in his next testimony [VIDEO]

In a recent segment on Fox Business, host Guy Benson spoke with New York Post columnist Miranda Devine about the implications of Devon Archer’s involvement in the Biden crime family saga. Archer, a friend and business associate of Hunter Biden, may have significant insight into the operations of the Biden crime family.

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Miranda Devine explained that Archer and Hunter Biden met at Yale and became close friends and business partners. Their relationship lasted through Joe Biden’s term as vice president, during which they built substantial wealth together.

Devine shed light on the issues surrounding their final joint venture, a company called Burnham Financial Group, which turned into fraud convictions for several people involved, excluding Hunter Biden. Hunter, despite being listed as vice president and earning hundreds of thousands from the company, managed to escape legal consequences. Archer, on the other hand, who reportedly lost millions in the deal, now faces prison time.

The two men’s contrasting fates may foster feelings of bitterness in Archer, who Devine reports was assured by Hunter that he was family, part of the notorious Biden crime family, and would never be abandoned. However, as Archer comes to grips with the consequences of his dealings, the feeling of abandonment seems to ring true.

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Devine concludes by noting that Archer now has nothing to lose, subtly suggesting that this precarious situation could lead to significant revelations about the operations of the Biden crime family. This discussion adds another layer of complexity to the complex web surrounding the dealings of the Biden crime family and underscores the role that personal relationships can play in the ongoing saga.

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