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Biden Family Received Millions From Chinese Firm That Bankrolled ‘Missing’ Whistleblower Charged By DOJ

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According to DOJ records, the Department of Justice (DOJ) accused a crucial witness on Monday in the investigation into suspected corruption within the Biden family for receiving funds from the same Chinese company that gave Hunter Biden’s businesses and allies millions of dollars.

Gal Luft, a dual citizen of the United States and Israel, allegedly “willfully” disregarded the requirement to register as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) while attempting to “advance the interests of China” in the United States by arranging the shady export of Iranian oil and Chinese weapons, claims the DOJ. According to the DOJ, Hunter Biden and his associates, including James Biden, received at least $700,000 from CEFC China Energy beginning in 2015, according to a Senate committee report and a Washington Post review of Biden documents. The Chinese company is also said to have sent millions of dollars to accounts linked to Hunter Biden and his associates, including James Biden, in 2017.

“For years, Gal Luft, the defendant, a dual U.S.- Israeli citizen, and others known and unknown, engaged in multiple international criminal schemes, including a scheme to act within the United States to advance the interests of the People’s Republic of China (“China”) as agents of China-based principals, without registering as foreign agents as required under U.S. law,” the DOJ indictment states.

On August 4, 2017, a CEFC subsidiary wired $100,000 to Hunter Biden’s company Owasco P.C., just days after Hunter texted CEFC partner Raymond Zhao threatening to “forever hold a grudge” if specific business was not completed. President Joe Biden was indicated as being close in the text message as being Hunter’s “father”; images from Hunter Biden’s laptop demonstrate that Joe was with Hunter on the day the text message was received.

A Senate investigation found that on August 8, 2017, the CEFC subsidiary transmitted payments worth more than $5 million to Hudson West III, a company connected to Hunter. Then, Hudson West III made a roughly $5 million payment to Hunter’s own corporation, Owasco.

The DOJ’s indictment cites as evidence against Luft behavior also allegedly exhibited by Hunter Biden.

The DOJ claims that Luft knowingly violated FARA by seeking to influence U.S. foreign policy toward China and “concealed these efforts by creating the false appearance that they were simply the sharing of sincere opinions of an independent expert on national security and international relations,” according to the DOJ indictment.

Meanwhile, Republicans lawmakers, like Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, have previously called on the DOJ to assess whether or not Hunter Biden may have willfully failed to register under FARA.

In May 2017, Hunter Biden sent a message to his business associate Tony Bobulinski about setting up a shell company apparently in order to avoid registering as a foreign agent.

“We don’t want to have to register as foreign agents under the FCPA which is much more expansive than people who should know choose not to know,” Hunter’s message to Bobulinski stated. “No matter what it will need to be a U.S. company at some level in order for us to make bids on federal and state funded projects.”

Hunter Biden’s message seemingly referred to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and FARA. Legal experts say Hunter almost certainly violated FARA.

The DOJ indictment alleges that Luft agreed to “covertly recruit and pay” a former “high-ranking U.S. government official” to “publicly support” certain policies on behalf of Chinese handlers.

For example, in 2015, Luft allegedly promoted China’s Belt and Road Initiative to an individual who he also invited to a “private meeting” in Washington, D.C., with the “then-chairman of CEFC China.”

Luft allegedly told the individual he’d invited to the private meeting that CEFC’s chairman had “very close relations with President Xi Jinping.”

At the same time, the House Oversight Committee has recently alleged that CEFC and its chairman, Ye Jianming, sought to cultivate a relationship with the Biden family between 2015 and 2018. The Biden family allegedly received over $10 million from companies controlled by foreign nationals through a complex money-laundering scheme, the committee claims.

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New Testimony reveals Hunter, and Jim Biden Met Privately with ‘Spy Chief of China’ During Hong Kong Trip after securing $5M payment

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Explosive revelations have emerged from a recent congressional deposition given by Jim Biden, the brother of President Joe Biden, shedding light on undisclosed meetings between Hunter Biden and a controversial Chinese businessman. The discussions, which took place in September 2017 in Hong Kong, involved Patrick Ho, an executive linked to CEFC China Energy, a Chinese energy conglomerate with reported ties to Chinese military intelligence.

According to Jim Biden’s testimony, he accompanied Hunter Biden to Hong Kong for a lunch meeting with Patrick Ho, who also headed the China Energy Fund Committee, a think tank funded by CEFC China Energy. However, the meeting took an unexpected turn when Ho requested to speak with Hunter alone, leaving Jim Biden unaware of the discussion’s details.

The Biden family’s involvement with CEFC China Energy has raised national security concerns, especially considering the firm’s connections to Chinese military intelligence. The series of events began in 2015 when intermediaries for CEFC China Energy approached Hunter Biden with potential business opportunities while his father, Joe Biden, served as vice president.

Intriguingly, federal prosecutors indicted Patrick Ho just two months after Hunter Biden’s meeting, alleging bribery attempts during the UN General Assembly in 2014 to secure oil rights for CEFC China Energy. Hunter Biden subsequently received $1 million for legal representation, despite minimal involvement in the case.

Jim Biden also disclosed the involvement of Scott Oh, the father of one of Hunter Biden’s daughter’s classmates, who allegedly introduced Hunter Biden to CEFC China Energy and gifted him a diamond ring in 2015. Despite these revelations, Jim Biden claimed ignorance regarding the purpose of Hunter’s meeting with Ho, a statement met with skepticism from Republican lawmakers during the deposition.

The deposition further highlighted Jim Biden’s hiring of a former Secret Service official to investigate Ho before the trip, suggesting a level of precaution inconsistent with Jim’s claim of not prying into Hunter’s activities. Republican lawmakers questioned the discrepancy, prompting Jim Biden to defend his family’s approach to dealing with such matters.

The testimony provided by Jim Biden underscores the ongoing scrutiny surrounding the Biden family’s business dealings and potential conflicts of interest. As congressional investigators delve deeper into these revelations, questions about transparency, accountability, and national security implications continue to loom large. The latest disclosures serve as a reminder of the complex web of relationships and interests that intersect at the highest levels of government and international business.

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Rep. Mary Miller Exposes FBI’s Two Systems of Justice

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Rep. Mary Miller took to X today to show to hypocrisy of the FBI, exposing different rules for Republicans and Democrats.

She made the comparison of Peter Navarro who snubbed a subpoena from the House committee investigating Jan. 6 seeking testimony and documents.

Navarro was arrested at an airport on contempt of Congress charges.

No arrest has been made for Hunter Biden at this time.

“Hunter Biden today defied lawful subpoenas and we will now initiate contempt of Congress proceedings,” Rep. Jim Jordan said today.

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BOMBSHELL: FBI Lied To Delaware U.S. Attorney About Key Details in Biden Corruption Case

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According to documents obtained from the FBI and Department of Justice reveal that the agencies blatantly lied about Rudy Giuliani, a partisan lawyer working for then-President Donald Trump, misleading Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss into believing that all allegations against Hunter Biden came from Giuliani. Weiss was charged with prosecuting Hunter Biden for tax and fraud crimes. By doing this, the FBI concealed information from a whistleblower who accused President Joe Biden of receiving a bribe from Ukrainian authorities in order to assist his son with international business. The whistleblower’s interview was recorded.

Internal emails uncovered by The Federalist demonstrate that information concerning the Hunter Biden affair leaked from the FBI and was first supplied to the New York Times showed that Giuliani’s discovery of Hunter’s notorious laptop and the beginning of the sole inquiry into Hunter. One month after the 2020 election, the FBI Office of Public Affairs National Press Office released the NYT’s report, “Material from Giuliani Spurred a Separate Justice Depart. Pursuit of Hunter Biden,” to Weiss’ Baltimore office.

Together, the emails made public raise concerns about whether Attorney Weiss was properly informed about a secret source previously questioned by the FBI who claimed to have information showing that Biden accepted a $5 million bribe while serving as vice president in exchange for pressuring the Ukrainian government to dismiss a prosecutor looking into Hunter’s employer, Burisma Energy, for corruption.

The testimony was recorded by FBI agents as part of their interview with the source and was included on an FD-1023 form that was initially withheld from congressional Republicans who wanted to link President Biden to any possible criminal behavior by his troubled son. Chuck Grassley, the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has already blasted the DOJ for destroying 17 audio recordings that may have implicated Biden. Weiss then heard from another source that the FBI had verified the claims provided by the anonymous person.

Weiss would have known that the confidential source claimed to have spoken with Burisma executive Mykola Zlochevsky, who allegedly told the source that he was forced into paying Biden and Hunter $5 million each in exchange for their assistance in getting prosecutor Viktor Shokin fired. Had Weiss received timely information from the FBI’s FD-1023 form, he would have known that.

50 former U.S. intelligence officers joined forces with Biden officials during the 2020 campaign to assert that Hunter’s accusations of impropriety were a product of “Russian disinformation” meant to harm the reputation of then-candidate Biden. Two years after becoming president, Biden has watched as his son was accused of many offenses, and he is still negotiating conditions for a new plea agreement with Weiss’s office. Republicans in the House are debating whether to impeach President Biden, citing the FBI’s withholding evidence among other things.

Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss was falsely told that all allegations against Hunter Biden originated from Rudy Giuliani, a partisan attorney working for then-President Donald Trump. The FBI withheld a documented interview by a whistleblower who accused President Joe Biden of accepting a bribe from Ukrainian officials to help his son conduct overseas business. Internal emails obtained by The Federalist show that leaks from the FBI about the Hunter Biden scandal, originally sent to the New York Times, suggested the only investigation began with Giuliani and the discovery of Hunter’s infamous laptop. The FBI Office of Public Affairs National Press Office leaked the story to Weiss’ Baltimore office one month after the 2020 election.

The chain of disclosed emails raises questions about whether Attorney Weiss was appropriately notified about a confidential source previously interviewed by the FBI who claimed to have evidence that Biden as vice president accepted a $5 million bribe in exchange for pressuring the government of Ukraine to fire a prosecutor investigating Hunter’s employer, Burisma Energy, for corruption. The FBI documented the testimony in an FD-1023 form that was originally withheld from congressional Republicans seeking to tie President Biden to potential criminal activity by his embattled son.

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