More Biden Family Secrets Uncovered…

It has been discovered that members of the Biden family have previously aided a Chinese businessman with suspected connections to the Chinese Communist Party to obtain visas to the U.S. for not only himself but also other members of his family.

This information stems from the abandoned laptop of Hunter Biden, which shows correspondence between the Biden family and a former Obama administration immigration official to secure visas for Ye Jianming and his family members. Interestingly enough, the Biden family, specifically Hunter’s uncle and aunt, Jim and Sara Biden, were in business with Ye’s energy conglomerate, CEFC China Energy. On September 12, 2017, an executive at CEFC approved a $99,000 line of credit for the Biden’s, the same day the visa request began, as reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon.

The correspondence only further solidifies how strong the relationship between the Bidens and China has been, in fact, a Hunter Biden business partner confirmed having met with Joe Biden and his son in 2017 to consult a deal with CEFC. Additionally, emails from Hunter Biden back in 2017 referred to his father and Chinese partners as “business partners” and requested key access to an office he shared with CEFC.

It has been reported that federal prosecutors are investigating the relationship between the Bidens and CEFC as part of a probe into finances and foreign business dealings. Most notably, a grand jury witness has been asked to identify “the big guy” mentioned in emails between Biden and CEFC, according to the New York Post.

Apparently the CEFC has paid Hunter Biden’s firm millions of dollars for consulting work and representation of some of their executives, one of which, Patrick HO, who had been charged under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act with attempting to bribe African officials for oil drilling rights.

The emails on the abandoned laptop show Sara Biden contacting John Sandweg, an acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement during the Obama administration, about supplying visas for Ye and his family. This was done at the request of Gongwen Dong, a CEFC employee that manages the company’s U.S. operations; the email correspondence had Hunter and Jim  Biden copied on the thread.

When Sandweg offered options for the immigration case, Dong chose one that would allow for temporary visas to executives for the American subsidiaries of foreign companies. Free Beacon reported that Sandweg’s firm did not file official visa applications for Ye due to them not having necessary documentation needed for the process. In 2018, Ye was arrested by Chinese authorities on suspicion of offering bribes.

As for the $99,000 line of credit authorized by Dong on September 12, 2017: both Dong and Hunter Biden signed the document to authorize the transaction, which, as speculated by Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) and Ron Johnson (R., Wis.), was used to fund airline tickets, restaurants, and hotels. The Republican senators said this week the financial transactions are evidence that Hunter and Jim Biden are “financially connected to the communist regime.”


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