Could it be that Hunter was getting paid for legal advice because he was a well connected Yale Lawyer?
$1m seems like a lot but maybe the contract was valued up to that amount spread over several years. I mean that tweet doesn't exactly give ANY evidence and I doubt the guy tweeting it is sharing details on an honest basis. Also it never even mentions if it was signed. It could have just been an offer if it even actually exists.
Also one of my questions. Wouldn't it be illegal to simply start searching through the private emails and documents on somebody else's computer? Surely that violates a service contract.
Also why no DOJ charges? When Trump's people appeared to be breaking the law we saw 8 people get arrested and jailed. This is not getting any traction with law enforcement and I bet there is a good reason for that. (queue up the derp state... deep state)