The “big guy” is in big trouble!
Turns out, soon after Joe Biden announced his 2020 bid for president, Chinese businessmen sent $260,000 to his Delaware home, earmarked for Hunter Biden. This wire transfer reveals the first direct link between Joe and Hunter’s foreign dealings, uncovered by the House Oversight Committee following a subpoena for Hunter’s bank records.
The House Oversight Committee presented a timeline that places Joe Biden at the center of Hunter’s questionable activities:
2009-2017: While serving as Vice President, Joe formed a connection with Jonathan Li. They had meetings, phone conversations, and Joe even wrote college recommendation letters for Li’s children.
April 25, 2019: Joe Biden announced his candidacy for the 2020 presidential election.
July 26, 2019: Wang Xin wired $10,000 with Joe Biden’s home address on the transfer.
August 2, 2019: Jonathan Li wired $250,000 with Joe Biden’s home address on the transfer.
October 13, 2019: Hunter’s lawyer insists that his client served with Li’s company “only as a member of its board of directors,” supposedly in an “unpaid position.”
Despite this evidence, Joe Biden consistently denies any knowledge or involvement in Hunter’s questionable foreign business activities.
House Oversight Chairman James Comer firmly stated, “Bank records don’t lie, but President Joe Biden does.”
CNN, on the other hand, attempts to spin the narrative in Joe’s favor, claiming, “Hunter Biden used the Wilmington address on his driver’s license, and the home was the site of a family intervention over his drug addiction in 2019.”
Is it purely coincidental that Joe Biden has shown a friendly stance toward China during his presidency? In 2022, he shut down the DOJ’s China-focused anti-espionage program. And earlier this year, he allowed a Chinese spy balloon to traverse the United States without hindrance. These events raise crucial questions that demand answers.