New details about the corruption of Hunter Biden continue to come out.
Time and time again, his father ends up being implicated in his shady business dealings.
And now Joe Biden could end up behind bars after a new fact about his son dropped.
While most of the world is fixated on Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine, he has a far shadier history when it comes to China.
For many years, Biden has made millions from business interests in communist China.
And on many occasions, his father has been found uncomfortably close to those dealings.
Perhaps the most concerning of these situations occurred in 2013.
Biden and his son traveled to China on Air Force Two.
At that time, Hunter Biden was on the board of Bohai Harvest RST, a Chinese investment firm with close ties to the Bank of China.
And while it appeared that little happened on that trip, Hunter Biden was able to secure a $1 billion deal for the firm, coming from the Bank of China.
To make things even shadier, Biden was working alongside Chris Heinz, who is the son of former Secretary of State John Kerry, and longtime friend of Kerry family, Devon Archer.
And the three of them chose to place their headquarters in Washington, D.C., less than a mile away from the home of John Kerry.
Having an international investment firm headquartered in Washington, D.C. is highly unusual, considering they would generally be located in New York City.
But it isn’t unusual when the main thing they seemed to be selling was their proximity to the levers of power in Washington, D.C.
And now there are even more questions arising after the Daily Caller uncovered just how much money Hunter Biden was bringing in from these deals with China.
Hunter Biden brought in more than $700,000 from a New York-based capital management company that held a 20% equity stake in Rosemont Seneca Bohai.
The payments were sent to him over a 17-month period, on a month to month basis from Rosemont Seneca Bohai.
This is on top of the $50,000 a month he was bringing in from his position at Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company.
All of this money was sent to Hunter Biden in a period where his father was in one of the most powerful positions in the world.
He had a lot of influence over foreign policy.
Joe Biden was far from a hands-off Vice President, like Mike Pence largely is.
After all, Barack Obama put Biden in charge of crafting deals that directly affected energy regulations in Ukraine.
It is extremely likely that the former Vice President used his influence in a similar way to financially benefit his son.
Some of the payments from Rosemont Seneca Bohai were upwards of $150,000.
With his money from Burisma, that means that Hunter Biden could have potentially brought in over $200,000 some months.
If it is proven that Joe Biden was actively abusing his influence for this to be a reality, he could face serious charges.
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