No honest person just “requests” $10 Million via email.
If your business be truly honest, then you go through the normal channels, with normal accounting, invoices, investor funding rounds, and legal formalities to request that $10 Million.
You do not do it via emails, text, or any other casual messaging channel.
Unless of course you have something to hide, or your business dealings are of a questionable nature.
Recent emails have brought more details to the public eye on the China-Biden scandal, including the further implication of Joe Biden, $400,000 in unreported income, and now this:
Hunter Biden requested $10 Million from a Chinese firm in 2017.
As the investigation continues, and more emails are revealed, the question on everyone’s mind is: “what else will these emails reveal?”
Take a look:
The Daily Wire had more on the story:
Multiple new emails allegedly from Hunter Biden, son of Joe Biden, reveal financial ties to firms inside of communist China. The alleged emails have surfaced after it was revealed last week that Hunter Biden is under federal criminal investigation over his business dealings, particularly in China.
Hunter Biden was informed in 2018 by one of his business partners that he would start to receive “significant” payments the following year from a firm in China that was co-owned by the Bank of China, which is owned by the communist Chinese government.
The revelations conflict with an October 2019 statement issued from Hunter Biden’s lawyer, George Mesires, that said Biden had not received any return on his investment in BHR, nor had there been any distributions to the firm’s shareholders since he obtained his 10% equity stake two years prior through his company, Skaneateles LLC.
The emails, which were located on a copy of Hunter Biden’s alleged laptop, show that he took out a $150,000 capital loan with one of BHR’s Chinese-based partners in July 2017 to help fund his $420,000 investment into the firm that year.
The New York Post had more details:
Hunter Biden lobbied since-vanished Chinese oil tycoon Ye Jianming to “quickly” wire him $10 million to help establish and fund his failed business venture SinoHawk Holdings in 2017, according to an email obtained by The Post.
In the June 18 email, President-elect Joe Biden’s scandal-scarred son sent “best wishes from the entire Biden family” before outlining his expectations for their joint venture.
The trove of documents were among more than 900 made public by Hunter Biden’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski, who stepped forward in October with bombshell allegations that Joe Biden was intimately involved in his son’s plans to cash in overseas.