I have to wonder why a CCP-tied company would send $3 million of which one million went to four Bidens either to their personal accounts or to businesses they owned. Maybe I don’t need to wonder. This is just a theory, but there are some pertinent facts that could lead to that conclusion. A Chinese energy firm hired Hunter to buy up natural gas in the United States to4 be sold to China. Joe Biden was given office space in the Hunter Biden company and a whistleblower claims Joe was instrumental in the shady scheme.
Yet, the DCNF found that at the time of the $3 million transfer, the chairman and executive director of State Energy Group International Assets Holdings Limited (SEIAH), then a direct subsidiary of State Energy HK Limited with close personnel ties, appears to have been Ren Qingxin, who formerly served as a CCP representative at a business organization, according to a website belonging to a state-owned construction firm where Ren previously worked.
House Committee on Oversight and Reform Ranking Member James Comer (R-Ky.) today is pressing Department of the Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for information about the Biden family selling American natural gas to China in 2017 and Joe Biden’s involvement. Documents and communications obtained by Committee Republicans reveal Joe Biden was involved in the arrangement as a business partner, had office space, and may have benefitted financially from his family’s transaction selling American energy to a Chinese business closely affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party. Ranking Member Comer is calling on Secretary Yellen to provide all suspicious activity reports for the Biden family’s transactions with Chinese entities.
“Documents obtained by Committee Republicans show that the Biden family received millions of dollars from a Chinese business closely affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party, and therefore the Chinese government, to ship American natural gas to China. According to additional information provided by a whistleblower, Joe Biden was involved with this arrangement as a business partner, and documents reveal he even had office space to work on the deal. This comes to light at a time when the cost of natural gas is at a 14-year high and Americans struggle to pay their energy bills. The President has not only misled the American public about his past foreign business transactions, but he also failed to disclose that he played a critical role in arranging a business deal to sell American natural resources to the Chinese while planning to run for President,” wrote Ranking Member Comer. “We are concerned that the President may have compromised national security in his dealings with the country most adverse to U.S. interests—China.”
Notice that arrangement was agreed upon in 2017, the same year the money was received. And it doesn’t stop there. As president, Biden sold $100 million dollars worth of oil to China from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve:
“We are continuing oversight of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) depletion of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). According to DOE, the Biden Administration recently sold almost a million barrels of SPR oil to Unipec America, a subsidiary of Sinopec, a company owned by the Chinese Communist Party. In addition to concerns with Hunter Biden, the President’s son, receiving money from the deal, the decision to sell to Unipec is troubling because Chinese firms are supporting Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. In order to ensure the American people that the Biden Administration is properly managing the sale of critical assets from the SPR and not supporting Russia by providing oil to China, we request a briefing and documents related to this matter,”
“Research shows Chinese firms recently trading with Russia’s defense sector, including with companies supporting Russia’s ongoing war with Ukraine. This is troubling because the DOE sale of almost $100 million worth of oil went to Unipec, a subsidiary of a Chinese oil company. In light of China’s friendship with Russia having ‘no limits,’ there are serious questions about whether SPR oil is benefiting Russia or companies assisting Russia in the invasion of Ukraine. It would be unacceptable for China to support Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with oil from the United States. We reiterate our prior requests and ask that you provide information on this topic at a briefing so we can better understand how China intends to use the oil it received from the United States,” concluded the Republican lawmakers.
It seems to me that the House Oversight Committee has dug up more in a month than the DOJ has done in five years. Maybe that’s because the committee is actually investigating, don’t you think?