Hunter Biden Quits His China Gig As An Old Story About DOMESTIC Influence Peddling Has Resurfaced

Written by Wes Walker on October 14, 2019

The Biden camp is clearly feeling the heat of the conflict-of-interest story that the latest impeachment hatchet-job dredged up.

Despite grand claims that he was definitely not doing anything he should NOT have been, Hunter has since announced he will be stepping down from a Chinese board of directors as of October 31.

“Hunter intends to resign from the BHR board of directors on or by October 31, 2019,” Mesires said. He noted that Biden had already left the board of Burisma.

The son of former Vice President Joe Biden has been the focus of accusations of corruption by President Donald Trump and many of his allies. “Just like President Trump, I am greatly concerned by that arrangement. It is either illegal or it should be illegal, what they did,” Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.) said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”
Source: Politico

This spotlight on Hunter Biden is the direct fallout of the much-ballyhooed phone call between Trump and the Ukranian president, and his curious role on the board of Burisma.

What about Tom Brokaw calling him out for an apparent conflict of interest in 2008 when a company Hunter was working for wanted amendments to a Bankruptcy bill?

 

Is THAT one more data point in support of an overall pattern?

That wasn’t a hit piece by a Republican, that was the American press. None other than Tom Brokaw. Was that somehow an illegitimate smear, like all the other news that comes up?