The liberal media has been keeping mostly quiet regarding the Biden family’s connection to China. Many of the left-leaning news outlets have seemingly intentionally let the story fall through the cracks, despite mounting evidence that members of the Biden family, including Joe Biden’s son Hunter, have benefited financially from business dealings in the People’s Republic of China. On the other hand, the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate is not allowing the issue to disappear so quickly.
On November 18, Senator Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, along with Senator Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, issued a supplemental report updating their previous report on the Biden family’s financial connections. The update came on the heels of new information that a Chinese company linked to CEFC China Energy, an extension of the Chinese government, sent millions of dollars to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter’s, business associates.
It seems that Hunter himself also had a personal connection with CEFC China Energy.
According to recently revealed texts between Hunter Biden and Tony Bobulinski, Hunter stated he and the chairman of CEFC China Energy, Ye Jianming had privately discussed a deal with the Russian government-backed company, Rosneft. In addition, the report stated Hunter met with Jianming in person and helped Jianming with employment visas as well as other matters.
But it goes deeper than that. The November 18 update states that a document handed over by Bobulinski and dated May 15, 2017, reveals that Hunter Biden was involved in CEFC China Energy’s efforts to expand into Oman. Hunter Biden “was key in relationship set up, messaging the good will [sic] around the chairman [Ye Jianming] and the non-conflict status of CEFC entry, ‘a bridge between two great nations’.”
The earlier report from the US Senate on September 23 suggested such personal and business connections between members of the Biden family and China could create more concerns over the possibility of counterintelligence and extortion attempts. You can find a link to download the supplemental and supporting records on the US Senate Committee on Finance website.
Many China experts agree with the committee’s findings.
The Epoch Times’s news program, “China Insider,” talked with Sheng Xue, a Chinese-Canadian writer. Xue said, “What we’re seeing right now is a series of problems about Hunter Biden that, if true, would pose a direct and serious threat to America’s national security, politics, economics, and policies.”
“China Insider” continued by quoting Gao Yu, a senior media professional in China, “This revelation [by the Senate] if known by the American voters, would shock them. The CCP has infiltrated to such a high level, to the vice president. Of course, it was the father who got the benefit for the son.” This, according to Gao, leaves the US vulnerable to China in the future.