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Hunter Biden called his father and Chinese business partner ‘office mates,’ had keys made for them: report

Hunter Biden reportedly ordered keys to be made for his new “office mates,” which included his father Joe Biden, his mother, his uncle, and the emissary for a profitable Chinese energy company.

Hunter Biden was so convinced that he was going to have a working relationship with his family and a Chinese business partner that he ordered copies of office keys for them and considered them “office mates,” according to a newly resurfaced email that was revealed by the Daily Caller.

please have keys made available for new office mates:
Joe Biden Jill Biden Jim Biden
Gongwen Dong (Chairman Ye CEFC emissary)
The Biden Foundation
Hudson West (CEFC US)
The lease will remain under my company’s name Rosemont Seneca.
if you need information on the individuals above please refer to their wiki pages

The email dated on Sept. 21, 2017, was sent to Cecilia Browning, the general manager of the office building that is named the “House of Sweden.” Browning responded to Hunter Biden’s request by writing:

Hunter,
We are very excited and honored to welcome your new colleagues!
Just to confirm you would like
1. Four more keys
2. Change of name on the door and in the north entrance – please note that there will be a charge for having the new signage made and installed
Is that in addition to the key that was requested yesterday as a replacement key?
Best regards,
Cecilia

Browning didn’t confirm or deny the correspondence with Hunter Biden

“We have tenants who rent office space, and it is correct that Rosemont Seneca LLC rented an office at House of Sweden between February 2017 — February 2018,” Browning told the Daily Caller. “However, please note that we do not share information about current and previous tenants.”

Hunter described Gongwen Dong as “Chairman Ye CEFC emissary,” referring to Ye Jianming, who was the chairman of CEFC China Energy Company. Ye is rumored to have ties to China’s People’s Liberation Army. The former chairman mysteriously vanished in early 2018, when he was believed to have been taken into custody by Chinese authorities.

When the New York Post published “smoking gun” emails from Hunter Biden in October, Gongwen Dong was mentioned.

Joe Biden’s son allegedly sent an email to Gongwen Dong on Aug. 2, 2017, which negotiated a three-year consulting contract worth $10 million annually “for introductions alone.”

“The chairman changed that deal after we me[t] in MIAMI TO A MUCH MORE LASTING AND LUCRATIVE ARRANGEMENT to create a holding company 50% percent [sic] owned by ME and 50% owned by him,” Hunter Biden reportedly wrote. “Consulting fees is one piece of our income stream but the reason this proposal by the chairman was so much more interesting to me and my family is that we would also be partners inn [sic] the equity and profits of the JV’s [joint venture’s] investments.”

In October 2018, the Wall Street Journal described Gongwen Dong as an “Asian financier,” who was involved with an $83 million property purchase in New York City.

“Companies linked to Ye Jianming, a Chinese oil entrepreneur with ties to China’s military, spent roughly $83 million on New York City’s priciest properties,” the Journal reported. “Both of the transactions were executed in the names of limited liability companies that are registered at a Long Island home of Asian financier Gongwen Dong. Mr. Ye’s name doesn’t appear on the business registration document, but the people familiar with the transactions describe him as controlling the companies. Mr. Dong couldn’t be reached for comment.”

Currently, Hunter Biden is reportedly under as many as four federal investigations for his taxes, and overseas business dealings in China and Ukraine.

A reported email from Hunter Biden’s purported laptop left at Delaware computer shop claims that a business partner informed the former vice president’s son that he had failed to disclose $400,000 in income from Burisma Holdings, an energy company where he was on the board.

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Journalist Glenn Greenwald resigns from The Intercept claiming censorship of Biden-critical article — Intercept fires back

Claiming “trends of repression, censorship and ideological homogeneity” have overtaken the publication he co-founded and the mainstream media at large, journalist Glenn Greenwald resigned from The Intercept on Thursday.

In an essay announcing his resignation, Greenwald said a decision by the Intercept’s New York-based editors to censor an article he wrote that criticized Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was the “final, precipitating cause” of his departure. He lamented that the “pathologies, illiberalism, and repressive mentality that led to the bizarre spectacle of my being censored by my own media outlet are ones that are by no means unique to The Intercept.”

According to Greenwald, an article he wrote this week criticized Biden, the Democratic nominee, over recent revelations about his business relations with foreign entities as reported by the New York Post and by a witness who claims to be a former business partner of the Biden family. He also critiqued “the media’s rank-closing attempt, in a deeply unholy union with Silicon Valley and the ‘intelligence community,’ to suppress” the Hunter Biden materials. But Greenwald’s editors wouldn’t let him publish the story unless he removed the parts critical of Biden.

“The final, precipitating cause is that The Intercept’s editors, in violation of my contractual right of editorial freedom, censored an article I wrote this week, refusing to publish it unless I remove all sections critical of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, the candidate vehemently supported by all New-York-based Intercept editors involved in this effort at suppression,” Greenwald wrote.

“The censored article, based on recently revealed emails and witness testimony, raised critical questions about Biden’s conduct. Not content to simply prevent publication of this article at the media outlet I co-founded, these Intercept editors also demanded that I refrain from exercising a separate contractual right to publish this article with any other publication.”

He added that his editors rejected a suggestion that they publish their own article airing disagreements with his views on the Biden evidence rather than preventing him from publishing the story.

“So censorship of my article, rather than engagement with it, was the path these Biden-supporting editors chose,” Greenwald wrote.

In response, he chose to leave, “voluntarily sacrificing the support of a large institution and guaranteed salary in exchange for nothing other than a belief that there are enough people who believe in the virtues of independent journalism and the need for free discourse who will be willing to support my work by subscribing.”

“Like anyone with young children, a family and numerous obligations, I do this with some trepidation, but also with the conviction that there is no other choice,” Greenwald wrote. “I could not sleep at night knowing that I allowed any institution to censor what I want to say and believe — least of all a media outlet I co-founded with the explicit goal of ensuring this never happens to other journalists, let alone to me, let alone because I have written an article critical of a powerful Democratic politician vehemently supported by the editors in the imminent national election.”

Greenwald co-founded The Intercept and its parent company First Look Media in 2013 with Jeremy Scahill and Laura Poitras. He said the original mission of the publication was “to create a new media outlets where all talented, responsible journalists would enjoy the same right of editorial freedom I had always insisted upon for myself.”

He believes that The Intercept of today is “completely unrecognizable when compared to that original vision.”

“Rather than offering a venue for airing dissent, marginalized voices and unheard perspectives, it is rapidly becoming just another media outlet with mandated ideological and partisan loyalties, a rigid and narrow range of permitted viewpoints (ranging from establishment liberalism to soft leftism, but always anchored in ultimate support for the Democratic Party), a deep fear of offending hegemonic cultural liberalism and center-left Twitter luminaries, and an overarching need to secure the approval and admiration of the very mainstream media outlets we created The Intercept to oppose, critique and subvert.”

Sounding off on the ideological bent of “every mainstream center-left political organization, academic institution, and newsroom,” Greenwald declared his independence from groupthink.

“I began writing about politics fifteen years ago with the goal of combatting media propaganda and repression, and — regardless of the risks involved — simply cannot accept any situation, no matter how secure or lucrative, that forces me to submit my journalism and right of free expression to its suffocating constraints and dogmatic dictates.”

The Intercept on Thursday published a response to Greenwald’s criticisms, accusing him of crafting a “narrative” “teeming with distortions and inaccuracies.”

Glenn Greenwald’s decision to resign from The Intercept stems from a fundamental disagreement over the role of editors in the production of journalism and the nature of censorship. Glenn demands the absolute right to determine what he will publish. He believes that anyone who disagrees with him is corrupt, and anyone who presumes to edit his words is a censor. Thus, the preposterous charge that The Intercept’s editors and reporters, with the lone, noble exception of Glenn Greenwald, have betrayed our mission to engage in fearless investigative journalism because we have been seduced by the lure of a Joe Biden presidency. A brief glance at the stories The Intercept has published on Biden will suffice to refute those claims.

We have the greatest respect for the journalist Glenn Greenwald used to be, and we remain proud of much of the work we did with him over the past six years. It is Glenn who has strayed from his original journalistic roots, not The Intercept.

In tweets sent after the Intercept’s response was published, Greenwald refused to get into a “tit-for-tat” with his former employer, but announced he would publish the emails sent back and forth between him and his editors over the article “so people can decide for themselves if it was censored.”

The news of Greenwald’s resignation was received with admiration and respect from many journalists and political commentators.

Lee Fang, a reporter for The Intercept and now former colleague of Greenwald, called him “the most principled person in media today.”

Others applauded Greenwald for his “courage.”

But Greenwald is not without some detractors.

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Ted Cruz: Hunter Biden’s emails don’t move a single voter

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) doesn’t think the Trump campaign attacks on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s foreign business dealings are landing.

In an interview with Jonathan Swan on “Axios on HBO,” Cruz reportedly said the focus on revelations from Hunter Biden’s emails isn’t an effective line of attack against the Biden campaign. “I don’t think it moves a single voter,” Cruz said.

American voters were handed an October surprise when the New York Post published emails obtained from a laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden. Among the revelations were emails that suggest Hunter Biden had set up meetings with foreign partners to pursue “lucrative” deals that would be “interesting to my family.” A business partner of the Biden family later came forward to allege that Joe Biden was involved in these business deals, despite Biden’s multiple denials that he had anything to do with Hunter’s foreign entanglements.

The topic came up during the final presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Biden, when Trump confronted Biden on the emails and asked him to explain to the American people what was going on.

“I have not taken a penny from any foreign source in my life,” Biden said.

Reviewing last Thursday’s presidential debate, Cruz thought Biden had an effective counter to Trump’s attacks.

“One of Biden’s best points was when he said, ‘All of these attacks back and forth about my family and his family, they don’t matter. What matters is your family,'” Cruz said.

He added that for Trump to win, Republicans need to pivot to a positive message and ensure that the president’s supporters get to the polls.

“I think we should be unifying, we should be explaining, we should be lifting people up,” Cruz said. “I think it’s a turnout election. But my assessment of turnout is the left is showing up no matter what. That those who hate Trump will crawl over broken glass to vote against him.”

“The big unknown in this election is: Is everyone else gonna show up?”

The Nov. 3 election is just one week away. According to the Daily Caller, recent polling has shown that Biden’s 9.1-point lead over Trump has remained more or less unchanged since the New York Post published the Hunter Biden emails in mid-October.

According to the Associated Press, 58.6 million Americans have voted early, far surpassing the number of early or absentee votes in 2016. Democrats lead Republicans in the early ballot casting, but Republicans are catching up.

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Rep. Paul Gosar calls for NPR to be defunded over its blackout on Hunter Biden allegations

Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) is calling for National Public Radio to be defunded by the federal government. The movement to defund NPR comes after the media organization announced that it would not cover the allegations against Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

On Thursday, NPR managing editor Terence Samuels declared that covering the news story about emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop that was left at a computer repair store is a “waste” of time, and discredited the allegations a “distraction.”

“We don’t want to waste our time on stories that are not really stories, and we don’t want to waste the listeners’ and readers’ time on stories that are just pure distractions,” Samuels stated. “And quite frankly, that’s where we ended up, this was … a politically driven event and we decided to treat it that way.”

NPR has dismissed the Hunter Biden accusations despite Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declaring the Hunter Biden’s laptop is “not part of some Russian disinformation campaign.”

NPR also enacted a blackout on the Hunter Biden story despite an alleged business partner of Hunter Biden, Tony Bobulinski, confirming the emails are “genuine” and coming forward with multiple phones that he claims have text messages showing dealings with a Chinese energy corporation and the Democratic presidential nominee’s son. Bobulinksi alleges that Joe Biden is involved in the deal. He also offered to speak with the FBI and senators regarding alleged transactions with the Shanghai-based company.

NPR refuses to cover the story despite the fact that Hunter Biden has not denied dropping off his laptop at the computer repair shop back in 2019.

Rep. Gosar wants to defund National Public Radio, who called the outlet’s blackout “appalling.” He added that he has “already directed my staff to start working” on legislation to defund NPR, which is a federally-funded media organization.

Gosar, a staunch ally of President Donald Trump, believes the accusations against the Biden family. He quote-tweeted a post that read: “Joe Biden uses public office to enrich himself and his family. President Trump uses public office to bring jobs and prosperity to American families!” Adding, “This on repeat every day until the election.”

Former Trump administration Ambassador to Germany and Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell was also enraged by NPR’s blackout on the Hunter Biden story, calling it “activism.”

The NPR website states:

Federal funding is essential to public radio’s service to the American public. Its continuation is critical for both stations and program producers, including NPR.

Public radio stations receive annual grants directly from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) that make up an important part of a diverse revenue mix that includes listener support, corporate sponsorship and grants. Stations, in turn, draw on this mix of public and privately sourced revenue to pay NPR and other public radio producers for their programming.

These station programming fees comprise a significant portion of NPR’s largest source of revenue. The loss of federal funding would undermine the stations’ ability to pay NPR for programming, thereby weakening the institution.

Elimination of federal funding would result in fewer programs, less journalism—especially local journalism—and eventually the loss of public radio stations, particularly in rural and economically distressed communities.

Social media giants Facebook and Twitter censored the Hunter Biden story soon after the New York Post published the report that is potentially damaging to the Biden campaign. Twitter suspended the official account for the New York Post on Oct. 14, and the account is still inactive.

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VIDEO: Former Hunter Biden associate makes explosive allegations against Biden family

Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of Hunter Biden, made explosive allegations against the Biden family at a press conference Thursday, claiming that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was directly involved in foreign business dealings with a Chinese energy company and that the Biden family inappropriately benefited from that business relationship.

Bobulinski also said he will turn over his electronic devices and records of business dealings between the Biden family and its Chinese associates to the FBI.

The purpose of the press conference was to “set the record straight about the involvement of the Biden family, Vice President Biden, his brother Jim Biden, and his son Hunter Biden in dealings with the Chinese,” Bobulinski said.

Among the allegations he made against the Biden family were that Hunter Biden attempted to use a corporate entity set up in partnership with a Chinese energy company as “a personal piggy bank” and that Joe Biden had direct knowledge of the business dealings and that the Biden family was “paranoid” about keeping the former vice president’s involvement secret.

Characterizing claims from Democratic nominee that he never spoke with his son about his foreign business dealings as “false,” Bobulinski said his statements are corroborated by “emails, Whats App chats, agreements, documents, and other evidence” contained on three phones he personally used between the years 2015-2018.

He also claimed that he had a conversation with another individual “involved in this matter” on Sunday and was told that if he went public this information “it would bury all of us, man, the Bidens included.”

“I have no wish to bury anyone, I have never been political. The few contributions I have made have been to Democrats. But what I am is a patriot and a veteran. To protect my family name, and my business reputation, I need to ensure that the true facts are out there,” Bobulinski said.

The facts he related are as follows:

Bobulinski says that in late 2015 he was approached by James Giliar, a business partner of the Biden family, about “joining him in a deal” involving the “Chinese state-owned enterprise CEFC China Energy” and “what he called one of the most prominent families in the United States,” the Biden family. He said he was also informed by Hunter Biden that the Bidens “wanted to form a new entity with CEFC, which was to invest in infrastructure, real estate, and technology in the U.S. and around the world.”

Following an initial capital investment of $10 million, Bobulinski said he was told the entity would “grow to billions of dollars of investment capital.” After months of discussions, he agreed to become CEO of the entity, called Sinohawk Holdings.

“Between February and May 2017, we exchanged numerous emails, documents, and Whats App messages concerning Sinohawk and its potential business,” Bobulinski said. “On May 2, 2017, the night before Joe Biden was to appear at the Milken conference, I was introduced to Joe Biden by Jim Biden and Hunter Biden.”

During their hour-long meeting, Bobulinski claims he discussed the Bidens’ history and their family business plans with the Chinese, of which Joe Biden “was plainly familiar, at least at a high level.”

In the ensuing days, the group reportedly communicated numerous times about “the allocation of the equity ownership of Sinohawk.” On May 10, 2017, Bobulinski said he received the email first reported by the New York Post discussing Joe Biden’s 10% equity share in the company.

“On numerous occasions, it was made clear to me that Joe Biden’s involvement was not to be mentioned in writing but only face-to-face,” Bobulinski said, adding that he was told “Hunter and Jim Biden were paranoid about keeping Joe Biden’s involvement secret.”

“I also had a disagreement with Hunter about the funds CEFC was contributing to Sinohawk,” Bobulinski continued. He claimed Hunter Biden wanted $5 million to be paid to himself and his family, to which Bobulinski objected. Then he claims Hunter, referencing his father, told him that “CEFC was really investing in the Biden family, that he held the trump card, and that he was the one putting his family legacy on the line.”

“During these negotiations, I repeated to Hunter and others that Sinohawk could not be Hunter’s personal piggy bank.” Bobulinski said. He alleges that Hunter Biden became upset with him when he insisted on “proper corporate governance procedures” be implemented to keep him from withdrawing funds from Sinohawk.

Referring to a report on Hunter Biden’s business dealings with Ukrainian energy firm Burisma released by Sens. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iow) last month, Bobulinski said he realized that the Bidens had gone behind his back and transferred the $5 million to “entities affiliated with Hunter.”

Bobulinski announced that he will be meeting with members of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee Friday to discuss this matter and that he will turn over his electronic devices to the FBI.

Last week, the New York Post published an email that allegedly shows Hunter Biden pursuing “lucrative” business deals with a Chinese energy company that would be “interesting for me and my family.” The email, written by James Gilliar of the international consulting firm J2cR, discussed “remuneration packages” for six individuals only identified by initials and nicknames. Hunter and Joe Biden are alleged to be two of the individuals receiving financial compensation from this business venture with the now-bankrupt Shanghai-based China Energy Fund Committee. The company was formerly led by Ye Jianming, who has been missing since 2018 and has rumored ties to China’s People’s Liberation Army and Chinese military intelligence. In 2018, the New York Times reported on Jianming’s arrest for attempts to bribe foreign officials around the world, including the Bidens.

Democrats and the media have responded to the bombshell revelations from these emails by attacking the New York Post’s reporting and dismissing the emails as Russian disinformation.

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee
confirmed Thursday that it had reached out to Bobulinski as part of its investigation into the purported Hunter Biden emails.


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Biden campaign lashes out after Trump invites Hunter Biden’s former business partner as guest to final debate

The Joe Biden presidential campaign lashed out in a fiery statement after the Trump campaign reportedly
invited a former business associate of Hunter Biden as a guest to the presidential debate on Thursday.

“As Chris Wallace said on the air about this very smear, ‘Vice President Biden has actually released this tax returns – unlike President Trump – and there is no indication he ever got any money from anybody in these business deals.'” read the
statement from the Biden campaign.

Tony Bobulinski is a former Navy lieutenant and businessman who has contradicted the claims from Joe Biden that he never spoke to his son about business matters. Prior to the second debate between Biden and Trump, Bobulinski held a media briefing to announce that he was handing over electronic devices with evidence of his claims to the federal authorities.

“Joe Biden has never even considered being involved in business with his family, nor in any overseas business whatsoever. He has never held stock in any such business arrangements nor has any family member or any other person ever held stock for him,” the Biden campaign statement continued.

“What is true is that Tony Bobulinski admitted on the record to Breitbart that he is angry he was *not* able to go into business with Hunter and James Biden,” the statement said. “What is also true is that in contrast to Vice President Biden, Donald Trump has a secret bank account and pays more in taxes in China than he pays in federal income taxes in the United States – and that this is a desperate, pathetic farce executed by a flailing campaign with no rationale for putting our country through another four years of hell.”

Bobulinski said in he media briefing that he had no political axe to grind against the Bidens and that the few times he had given to political campaigns were those of Democrats.

He did not answer when asked by the media if he had any association with Rudy Giuliani, who has been doggedly pursuing damaging information to the Biden family.

Here’s the video of Bobulinski’s media presser:


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If Trump mentions Hunter Biden’s emails, Joe Biden likely to cry ‘Russian misinformation’ at debate

President Donald Trump is very likely to use the emails and text messages regarding Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings that have allegedly been exposed in reports from the New York Post to confront Joe Biden in the final debate. That became very evident on Thursday afternoon when there were reports that Trump’s special guest to Thursday’s presidential debate would be Tony Bobulinski, Hunter’s former business partner. The Biden campaign may have tipped off how the Democratic presidential candidate will counter the potentially damaging accusations at Thursday night’s debate.

Kate Bedingfield, deputy campaign manager and director of communications for the Biden campaign, provided some insight on how the former vice president may respond to criticisms from President Trump regarding Hunter Biden’s alleged business dealings in Ukraine and China.

“If we see tonight from Donald Trump these attacks on Vice President Biden’s family, I think we need to be very, very clear that what he’s doing here is amplifying Russian misinformation,” Bedingfield told reporters during a pre-date press call.

Bedingfield added that the campaign expects Trump “to continue to bully,” and Biden is prepared for those attacks.

Top Democrats, such as House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) and Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), have already claimed, without evidence, that the allegations against Hunter Biden are Russian misinformation.

“Well, we know that this whole smear on Joe Biden comes from the Kremlin. That’s been clear for well over a year now that they’ve been pushing this false narrative about the vice president and his son,” Schiff claimed in an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.

Murphy proclaimed, “Joe Biden — and all of us — SHOULD be furious that media outlets are spreading what is very likely Russian propaganda.” Murphy added that Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani “is effectively a Russian asset now.”

The Director of Intelligence John Ratcliffe dismissed the claims that the alleged emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop are Russian propaganda.

“Let me be clear, the intelligence community doesn’t believe that, because there’s no intelligence that supports that, and we have shared no intelligence with Chairman Schiff or any other member of Congress that Hunter Biden’s laptop is part of some Russian disinformation campaign — it’s simply not true,” Ratcliffe said.

Joe Biden dismissed the reported emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop that was allegedly left at a repair shop.

“This is the same garbage Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s henchman. It’s the last-ditch effort in this desperate campaign to smear me and my family,” Biden told WISN-TV. “Even the man who served with him on that committee, the former nominee for the Republican Party, said there’s no basis to this, and you know, and all and the vast majority [sic] of the intelligence people have come out and said there’s no basis at all.”

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New Hunter Biden texts appear to show Joe Biden directly involved in setting up Chinese business deal

As the Hunter Biden laptop story continues to develop, newly revealed text messages purportedly from 2017 appear to show Biden arranging a business meeting with representatives of a Chinese company and his father, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

The messages, if accurate, clearly implicate Joe Biden in his family’s business dealings with China, contrary to Biden’s prior claims. They also corroborate claims made by Tony Bobulinski, a man claiming to be a Biden business associate who says that an email published by the New York Post about a “lucrative” deal with a Chinese energy company is “genuine” and that Joe Biden profited from this deal.

The text messages, obtained and shared on Twitter by The Federalist co-founder Sean Davis, allegedly show Hunter Biden setting up a meeting to discuss a business deal between the now-bankrupt Shanghai-based China Energy Fund Committee and his father Joe Biden and his uncle James Biden. According to Davis, the text messages are from May 2, 2017 and the meeting took place at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

“Mrng plse let me knw [sic] if we will do early dinner w your Uncle & dad and where, also for document translation do you want it in simple Chinese or traditional?” one message reads.

“Not sure on dinner yet and whatever is the most common for a Chinese legal DOC,” Hunter Biden replies.

“Chinese legal docs can be both, i’ll [sic] make it traditional,” the reply states.

“Dad not in now until 11 – lets me I [sic] and Jim meet at 10 at Beverly Hilton where he’s staying,” Biden said.

In May 2017, Joe Biden was a featured speaker at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, which was hosted at the Beverly Hilton hotel, placing the former vice president at the same time and place as alleged by these text messages.

“The next morning, on May 3, 2017, Hunter’s business partner-turned-whistleblower Tony Bobulinski texted James Biden–Hunter’s uncle/Joe Biden’s brother–and asked him to ‘please thank Joe for his time’ for the meeting they all had on May 2 to discuss the China business deal,” Davis reports.

“Great to meet u [sic] and spend some time together, please thank Joe for his time, was great to talk thx Tony b,” a message states.

Tony Bobulinski, the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings, recently released a statement claiming that his company was a “partnership between the Chinese operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye [Jianming] and the Biden family.” He spoke out to authenticate an email reported by the New York Post that allegedly came from Hunter Biden’s laptop and discussed “remuneration packages” for six people involved in a business venture with CEFC China Energy Co.

That email, sent ten days after the alleged meeting at the Beverly Hilton, discussed a percent equity stake of the deal held in reserve for “the big guy,” a reference to Joe Biden, Bobulinski claims.

Joe Biden has repeatedly denied having any involvement in his son’s business affairs, claiming he’s “never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.” He has referred to a Senate investigation into the Hunter Biden emails as a “desperate campaign to smear me and my family.”

Democrats have questioned the veracity Hunter Biden emails, suggesting the emails may be part of a disinformation campaign orchestrated by Russia to influence the 2020 election. The Department of Justice and the FBI have rejected this assessment.

Bobulinski claims that this email is authentic, that the Biden family arranged a deal with CEFC China Energy Co., and that Joe Biden was paid millions of dollars by this foreign entity with ties to the Chinese Communist Party.

“I’ve seen Vice President Biden saying he never talked to Hunter about his business. I’ve seen firsthand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line,” Bobulinski said in his statement.

“The Biden family aggressively leveraged the Biden family name to make millions of dollars from foreign entities even though some were from communist controlled China,” he claimed.

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Alleged texts from Hunter Biden business partner warn: ‘Don’t mention Joe being involved,’ Chinese wanted ‘to be partners with Bidens’

Hunter Biden’s former business partner claims that he warned another associate not to mention “Joe being involved” in their overseas dealings. Another alleged unearthed document from one of Hunter’s business associates told the chairman of a Chinese energy company that he looks forward to touting “the political and strategic value of the Biden family.”

On Thursday, Fox News’ chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel released photos of an alleged text message conversation between Tony Bobulinski and James Gilliar, business partners of Hunter Biden.

Gilliar reportedly sent text messages to Bobulinski on May 20, 2017.

“Don’t mention Joe being involved, it’s only when u are face to face, I know u know that but they are paranoid,” Gilliar allegedly wrote. Emmanuel clarified the “they” in the message by saying, “I’m told is a reference to Joe Biden.”

On May 19, 2017, Hunter Biden said, “My Chairman gave an emphatic no.”

On the same day, business associate Rob Walker allegedly informed Bobulinski about Hunter referring to Joe Biden as his “Chairman.”

Bobulinski told Fox News, “Hunter Biden called his dad ‘the Big Guy’ or ‘my Chairman,’ and frequently referenced asking him for his sign-off or advice on various potential deals that we were discussing.”

Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, has repeatedly denied that he has involved himself in his son’s business affairs.

On May 2, 2017, Bobulinski sent a text to James Biden, Joe’s brother, that read, “Great to meet u and spend some time together, please thank Joe for his time, was great to talk thx Tony b,” according to Fox News.

On April 6, 2017, Hunter Biden was reportedly asked what the Chinese are interested in, and he replies, “Everything – the only thing I told them I would not do is defense related technology and and arms and anything that would give the Chinese a military advantage.”

Mollie Hemingway, senior editor at The Federalist, posted a photo of the alleged conversation.

“U need to stress to H[unter], does he want to be the reason or factor that blows up his dad’s campaign,” Gilliar reportedly told Bobulinski, referencing Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign plans.

Another alleged screenshot from Bobulinski’s smashed up BlackBerry shows a text message conversation between Hunter Biden and Bobulinski.

“And TONY that is what Zhang implied – they are both coming to be MY partner to be partners with the Bidens,” Hunter allegedly texted. “He has implied that the #1 has made that clear and available to him.”

Bobulinski replied, “And HUNTER I think u r missing the point that I am outlining.”

Gilliar responds, “Think we are all on the same page,” along with an “OK” hand emoji.

The “Zhang” mentioned in the text message could be Tian Zhang, who was mentioned in a report released last month by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) titled, “Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns.”

The report stated:

“On the same day that the impending Rosneft deal was announced, Hunter Biden and Gongwen Dong, a Chinese national who has reportedly executed transactions for limited liability companies controlled by Ye Jianming, applied to a bank and opened a line of credit under the business name Hudson West III LLC (Hudson West III).”

Hudson West III was incorporated on April 19, 2016, more than a year before the credit cards were issued. Hudson West III, which is now dissolved, changed ownership at some unknown point. After that change, ownership was divided between Hunter Biden’s law firm, Owasco PC (50%) and Coldharbour Capital LLC (50%). Although ownership in Coldharbour Capital is equally divided between two individuals, Mervyn Yan and Tian Zhang, it has a business address identified as the address of Gongwen Dong. According to records on file with the Committees, Hudson West III checking accounts were opened on Aug. 3, 2017, and Sept. 6, 2017, with Yan and Robert Hunter Biden. Gongwen Dong was a former signer, which suggests that at one time he was associated with Hudson.”

Gongwen Dong’s name also resurfaced on Thursday, after an alleged email was exposed. The Federalist co-founder Sean Davis shared an image of a purported email that was sent to Bobulinski. Gongwen Dong was copied on the reported email that discusses an interest-free $5 million loan from Shanghai-based conglomerate CEFC China Energy Co.

“This $5 MM loan to BD family is interest-free. But if the $5 MM is used up, should CEFC keep lending more to the family? If CEFC lends more, they need to know the interest rate for the subsequent loan(s),” a CEFC official allegedly wrote to Bobulinski on Aug. 1, 2017.

Last month’s Senate Homeland Security and Senate Finance Committees report on Hunter Biden stated a loan from CEFC went to the Hudson West III company, which is partly owned by the former vice president’s son:

On Aug. 8, 2017, CEFC Infrastructure Investment wired $5 million to the bank account for Hudson West III. These funds may have originated from a loan issued from the account of a company called Northern International Capital Holdings, a Hong Kong-based investment company identified at one time as a ‘substantial shareholder’ in CEFC International Limited along with Ye. It is unclear whether Hunter Biden was half-owner of Hudson West III at that time. However, starting on Aug. 8, the same day the $5 million was received, and continuing through Sept. 25, 2018, Hudson West III sent frequent payments to Owasco, Hunter Biden’s firm. These payments, which were described as consulting fees, reached $4,790,375.25 in just over a year.

According to a report from The Daily Caller News Foundation on Thursday, Bobulinski was part of a five-person partnership with Hunter Biden and his uncle, James Biden. They formed a joint venture involving CEFC called “Oneida Holdings.”

Bobulinski reportedly wrote to Ye Jianming, the founder and former chairman of the now-bankrupt CEFC China Energy Company, who mysteriously disappeared in early 2018.

“I look forward to leveraging those relationships along with the political and strategic value of the Biden family, James Gilliar and CEFC to fulfill SinoHawk’s mission,” Bobulinski allegedly wrote to Ye on June 15, 2017.

The documents also allege that Hunter Biden formed a shell company named “GK Temujin LLC” on May 22, 2017.

Bobulinski claimed that he provided a trove of documents to the U.S. Senate committees who are investigating Hunter Biden’s overseas dealings.

On Thursday, Bobulinski confirmed that the report by the New York Post about Hunter Biden’s “lucrative” deal with the Chinese energy firm is “genuine.” He also claimed that the person referenced as the “big guy” who will reportedly get 10% in a business venture in leaked emails from Hunter’s laptop is a reference to Joe Biden.

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Hunter Biden business partner claims email detailing Chinese deal is ‘genuine,’ says ‘big guy’ is Joe Biden

A man claiming to be a former business partner of Hunter Biden has released a statement alleging that the email that the New York Post published about a “lucrative” deal with a Chinese company is “genuine.” The professed business associate also claims that Joe Biden not only knew about his son’s overseas dealings, but also profited from an agreement with a Chinese energy firm.

Tony Bobulinski is the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings, which he claimed formed a partnership with the now-bankrupt Shanghai-based China Energy Fund Committee, which was run by Ye Jianming, who has been missing since 2018.

“I am the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings which was a partnership between the Chinese operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye and the Biden family,” Bobulinski said in the statement that was published by the New York Post on Thursday. “I was brought into the company to be the CEO by James Gilliar and Hunter Biden.”

In an email allegedly obtained from Hunter Biden’s laptop, it details “remuneration packages” in a business venture for six people only identified as initials and nicknames. The email, which was written by James Gilliar of the international consulting firm J2cR, names Hunter Biden as the “Chair / Vice Chair depending on agreement with CEFC (China Energy Co).” His pay was noted to be “850.”

“In addition, the email outlined a ‘provisional agreement’ under which 80 percent of the ‘equity,’ or shares in the new company, would be split equally among four people whose initials correspond to the sender and three recipients, with ‘H’ apparently referring to Biden,” the Post reported.

As terms of the deal, the email states, “10 held by H for the big guy?” The “big guy” was not identified in the email, but Bobulinski claims that it is a reference to Joe Biden. There is a person identified as “JB” referenced in the email; Bobulinski alleged that it references Jim Biden, Joe’s brother.

“Hunter Biden called his dad ‘the Big Guy’ or ‘my Chairman,’ and frequently referenced asking him for his sign-off or advice on various potential deals that we were discussing,” said Bobulinski, who is a Navy veteran. “I’ve seen Vice President Biden saying he never talked to Hunter about his business. I’ve seen firsthand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line.”

Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, has repeatedly denied that he has never involved himself in his son’s business affairs, claiming he’s “never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.”

Bobulinski added that he is cooperating with an investigation into Hunter Biden’s business overseas dealings led by U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.).

“The committee is working to validate information being revealed by multiple sources. As part of those efforts, we have reached out to several individuals named in recently revealed emails, including Tony Bobulinski. We look forward to their cooperation in helping us uncover the truth,” Johnson told Just the News.

Last month, Johnson and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) released a report titled “Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns.”

“The Johnson Report connected some dots in a way that shocked me — it made me realize the Bidens had gone behind my back and gotten paid millions of dollars by the Chinese, even though they told me they hadn’t and wouldn’t do that to their partners,” Bobulinski said.

Bobulinski claims that he is “not a political person,” and “what few campaign contributions I have made in my life were to Democrats.”

“I don’t have a political axe to grind; I just saw behind the Biden curtain and I grew concerned about what I saw,” he said. “The Biden family aggressively leveraged the Biden family name to make millions of dollars from foreign entities even though some were from communist controlled China.”

The email was sent on May 13, 2017, when Biden was no longer vice president.

Another of Hunter Biden’s alleged business associates is allegedly giving up information that could potentially be a problem for the Biden campaign.

Bevan Cooney, who is currently serving a prison sentence for fraud, reportedly provided access to his Gmail account to Breitbart investigative reporter and New York Times bestselling author Peter Schweizer. “These associates sought to trade on Hunter Biden’s relationship with, and access to, his father and the Obama-Biden White House in order to generate business,” the report alleges.

“We’re not looking at printouts. Not looking at PDFs. We’re actually in his Gmail accounts themselves, sifting through these emails,” Schweizer told Glenn Beck this week. “And there’s a shocking amount of information about deals involving China, involving Russia, involving all sorts of things they were trying to pull off.”

On Tuesday, Schweizer claimed that Cooney “has been removed from the federal facility in Oregon where he is being detained.”

The Bureau of Prisons declined to comment, telling the Washington Examiner, “For safety and security reasons, we do not discuss specific inmates’ conditions of confinement.”

On July 31, 2019, Cooney was sentenced to serve 30 months in prison for “defrauding a Native American tribal entity and various investment advisory clients of tens of millions of dollars in connection with the issuance of bonds by the tribal entity and the subsequent sale of those bonds through fraudulent and deceptive means,” the Southern District of New York U.S. Attorney’s Office said.

On Tuesday, Joe Biden dismissed the allegations stemming from the leaked emails from his son’s laptop that was reportedly left at a computer repair shop.

“This is the same garbage – Rudy Giuliani Trump’s henchmen,” Biden told WISN-TV during an interview. “It’s a last-ditch effort in this desperate campaign to smear me and my family.”

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