New Evidence Hurts Biden

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( – In a bombshell revelation as part of a probe into possible criminal activities, House lawmakers disclosed that Hunter Biden referred to his father as “the chairman” while they were in the process of securing a lucrative deal with a Chinese energy firm.

This information is part of the evidence presented by Republican representatives who are investigating allegations of corruption against Joe Biden and that is gradually uncovering a pattern of Hunter’s involvement through witness accounts and financial records.

Lawmakers also say they have evidence that Hunter had meetings with foreign business executives who later awarded his family millions of dollars, including CEFC Chairman Ye Jianming who has ties with the Chinese Communist Party.

Additionally, House investigators obtained electronic messages from the Biden family’s business partner, Rob Walker, dating back to 2017. In these messages, Hunter hints at his father’s awareness of and involvement in a deal with CEFC.

In a subsequent conversation, Walker explained, “When he said ‘his chairman,’ he was talking about his dad.”

Walker’s testimony is crucial to a House investigation into Joe’s role in assisting his son Hunter and his brother James in securing foreign business deals. By capitalizing on the Biden name, they received a $3 million payment from CEFC, which was seeking to penetrate the U.S. energy market.

Hunter Biden requested Walker to send the money in smaller installments and to distribute it to various family and business accounts over several weeks.

James and Joe’s daughter-in-law, Hallie Biden, received some of the money since she and Hunter were romantically involved for several months following the death of Beau Biden, Hunter’s brother

Although Walker only confirmed Joe’s 2017 meeting with Ye, other witnesses testified about additional meetings.

Former Biden business associate Devon Archer said Vice President Joe met with Romanian oligarch Kenes Rakishev, who was paying Hunter as a consultant in April 2014. Soon after the meeting, he wired an additional $142,000 to Hunter so he could buy himself a Porsche.

Joe appeared at different a meeting with Russian oligarch Yelena Baturina, a real estate investor and wife of the former mayor of Moscow, following a $3.5 million payment Baturina sent to a shell company that later transferred $2.7 million to a bank account used by Hunter.

At the time, Hunter Biden was earning a $1 million annual salary serving on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company.