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Hunter Biden Invested In Yet Another Firm With CCP Ties


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New emails reveal that Hunter Biden was invested in a company with senior level CCP ties.

Previously revealed emails have drawn scrutiny towards Hunter Biden and his father’s business dealings in both China and the broader world.

We are beginning to see more mainstream media coverage of this, but I believe it requires a lot more attention.

The problem with the Biden family’s business dealings overseas isn’t that it’s unique—it’s that it’s all too common.

Would the CCP have so much power and influence over U.S. politics if it weren’t for such intimate business deals and shared interests between our political class and adversarial governments?

I think not, it’s time to get foreign money out of our politics, here’s more on the story:

The Epoch Times had this to say:

According to a March 2017 email sent to him from his business associate Eric Schwerin, Hunter’s private equity firm, Rosemont Seneca Thornton, invested in China-based Harves Century Group—including a 5 percent stake in Harves Amusement Parks and ownership in Harves Sports and Entertainment.

It is unclear if Hunter still has any investment in the group.

The Harves Century Group is based in Shenyang, the capital of northeastern China’s Liaoning Province, and it has a U.S. affiliate named Harves based in Washington. 

 

Fox Business had more:

Biden’s introduction to the Harves Group came about two years earlier, when Francis Person, who served as an adviser to then-Vice President Biden from 2009 to 2014 and was a “special assistant” to Biden in the Senate, sent an email to Hunter Biden in July 2015 inviting him to China the following month to meet his business partner, Bo Zhang, and his family.



 

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