And just like that… suddenly Burisma is no longer the most controversial of Hunter Biden’s financial entanglements.
We’re in the middle of a crisis whose culpability breadcrumbs lead right to the feet of China’s Communist Party.
China made decisions to destroy evidence of the virus.
China downplayed the severity… even ‘disappearing’ some of their own whistleblowers.
China had WHO officials parrot party propaganda about the virus that later turned out to be wildly untrue.
And now, with Biden the ‘last man standing’ in the Democrats’ rousing game of “how do we stop Sanders from becoming our presidential candidate” … old questions are becoming relevant again.
Will we want to know what was REALLY happening with Burisma, and whether John Solomon’s reporting on the ‘quid pro quo’ entanglements between Hunter Biden, Burisma, and the Obama/Biden White House are as damning as they appear? Of course we will.
But suddenly, China is in the spotlight.
Which brings that OTHER story back into play.
Hunter Biden — the same Hunter Biden who cried poor and fought like HELL not to have his income disclosed to the courts in a paternity suit — announced to the world he was cutting ties with his financial backers in China, to avoid any (further) appearance of conflict-of-interest.
Hunter had pledged to resign from the board at the end of October and was lauded by the Media(D). It’s been six months and records indicate he still hasn’t followed through.
Chinese business records the DCNF accessed Tuesday still name Hunter Biden as a director of BHR. He also retains a 10% equity stake in BHR through his company, Skaneateles LLC, business records for the Chinese private equity firm show.
BHR manages the equivalent of $2.1 billion in assets, according to its website. Hunter Biden has served as an unpaid member of BHR’s board since its founding in 2013, and in October 2017 he obtained his equity stake in the firm with a $420,000 investment, according to Mesires.
Hunter Biden had arranged for then-Vice President Joe Biden to shake hands with the CEO of BHR in December 2013, a meeting that caused some White House advisors to worry whether the younger Biden was exposing his father to criticism, The New Yorker reported.
…The former vice president pledged in December that none of his family members, including Hunter Biden, would engage in foreign business activities were he to become the next president.
As of Tuesday, BHR’s file on China’s National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System (NECIPS) still lists Hunter Biden as being a director of BHR.
Qixinbao, an independent service that provides registration information on Chinese corporations, also listed Hunter Biden as a member of the BHR board on Tuesday. — DailyCaller
With pay-for-play accusations dogging the Biden family already, this could come as a serious blow to Bidens’ credibility of being ‘transparent’.
Biden family pay-for-play allegations…
Other Hunter-AND-Joe-related scandals we’re still waiting for answers about…
The REAL reason Democrats were so desperate to set up a narrative painting the Ukraine call as Trump ‘destroying a political rival’… they have something to hide.