Hunter Biden has made millions peddling his father’s influence, from sitting on the board of a corrupt Ukrainian gas company, to helping China secure cobalt mines for electric cars.  Now, it has been revealed that Hunter was paid $30 million to help expand chinese influence and given an $80,000 diamond.  The Daily Mail Reports

“A damning new report claims that Hunter Biden helped expand Chinese influence in America in a $10 million a year agreement and an $80,000 diamond.

In her new book, Laptop from Hell, New York Post columnist Miranda Devine, describes Hunter Biden’s business dealings with a Chinese-linked energy consortium, called CEFC.

Based on hundreds of emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop which he left in a Delaware repair shop in April 2019, and transcripts of messages from WhatsApp, she claims that the Biden family offered their services to CEFC to help expand its business around the world.

In exchange, Devine writes, Hunter Biden received $10 million a year for three years, and a diamond worth at least $80,000.”

The book further claims that Hunter lied about the purpose of his meetings with senior executives in CEFC.  In 2017, Hunter met with Ye Jianming, the Chairman of the CEFC in Miami.  He told The New Yorker in an interview that he was there to secure donations for World Food Program USA, but texts from his laptop show that he was there to set up a business deal with Jianming.

Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson looked in to the business transaction, claiming that its illustrative of a cozy relationship between the Bidens and the Communist Chinese government.  They concluded that the deal represents “Yet another tie between Hunter Biden’s financial arrangements and the communist Chinese government”.


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