Scandal: Biden Family Received More Than $10 Million From Foreign Nationals During Joe Biden’s Term as Vice President 

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The House Oversight and Accountability Committee shared in great detail what new bank records obtained by the committee through a subpoena show in regard to the Biden family’s business dealings. 

The Biden family and its business associates formed 20+ companies and received over $10 million from foreign nationals while Joe Biden served as VP under Barack Obama. 

Was this the Biden family attempting to “peddle influence” and was it an attempt to cover and conceal the source of the money? 

Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., released a memo ahead of Wednesday’s press conference saying it appears that was the case. 

The committee subpoenaed several banks as part of the investigation and received thousands of records related to the Bidens and their business associates, according to the memo. 

Hunter Biden’s business partners Rob Walker and James Gilliar assisted the Biden family in creating “a web of over 20 companies” mainly in Delaware and Washington, D.C. while Joe Biden was vice president. 

“After assuming the vice presidency in 2009, records reveal Hunter Biden and his business associates formed at least 15 companies,” the memo said. 

“Those companies include Lion Hall Group LLC; Owasco P.C.; Robinson Walker, LLC; Skaneateles, LLC; Seneca Global Advisors, LLC; Rosemont Seneca Partners, LLC; Rosemont Seneca Principal Investments LLC; Rosemont Seneca Bohai, LLC; Hudson West III, LLC; Hudson West V, LLC; CEFC Infrastructure Investment (US) and others,” the memo continued. 

“Bank records show the Biden family, their business associates, and their companies received over $10 million from foreign nationals’ companies,” the memo said, adding that the committee discovered payments to Biden family members from foreign companies “while Joe Biden served as Vice President and after he left public office.”

“[T]he Biden family used business associates’ companies to receive millions of dollars from foreign companies,” the memo stated, adding that the Biden family “received incremental payments over time to different bank accounts.”

“In some instances, Biden associates would receive significant deposits from foreign sources into their bank accounts and then transfer smaller, incremental payments to Biden bank accounts,” the memo said.

“These complicated and seemingly unnecessary financial transactions appear to be a concerted effort to conceal the source and total amount received from the foreign companies.”

“The committee is concerned about the Biden family’s pattern of courting business in regions of the world in which the then Vice President had an outsize role and influenced U.S. policy,” the memo said.

The committee found that besides Hunter and his business partners, members of the Biden family, including the president’s brother James Biden and his daughter-in-law Hallie Biden, also received foreign funds.

The memo highlighted two people from China, Ye Jianming and Gongwen Dong, who had ties to the Chinese energy company with which Hunter had a relationship and was a potential threat to America’s national security.

The memo said Ye had “close ties to the highest levels of the Chinese Communist Party and was reportedly deputy secretary-general for an international outreach arm of the People’s Liberation Army.”

Ye was later detained by the CCP in 2018.

“The Bidens received millions of dollars from their Chinese partnership,” the memo said.

“When Ye was detained by the Chinese, Hunter Biden then attempted to distance himself from the relationship by claiming he had never been paid by CEFC. This was false,” the memo stated.

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