New bank records have strengthened the evidence supporting Hunter Biden's Beijing-based business connections. According to these documents, Hunter Biden received wire transactions totaling more than $250,000 in the summer of 2019 that came from Beijing. Notable is the fact that Joe Biden's Delaware residence was listed as the recipient address for these payments.
These papers were obtained through a request for financial information by House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, who has been conducting an inquiry into allegations of corruption within the Biden family. According to the documents, the wires were connected to BHR Partners, a partnership between Chinese investment company Bohai Capital and Hunter Biden's Rosemont Seneca. Hunter Biden was a member of the board of directors of BHR Partners, a Beijing-backed private equity business under Bank of China Limited's supervision.
The first wire transfer, from a person by the name of Ms. Wang Xin, was dated July 26, 2019, and it was for $10,000. The second wire transfer, from Li Xiang Sheng and Ms. Tan Ling, was for $250,000. It was dated August 2, 2019. Along with Joe Biden's Delaware address, Robert Hunter Biden was named as the beneficiary on both wires.
The most recent disclosures regarding the financial activities of the Biden family come from these bank records. There have been claims that during the Obama administration, the Bidens got millions of cash from people in Kazakhstan, the Ukraine, Romania, and Russia. The recently acquired documents also reveal that the Bidens and their allies got $24 million in foreign payments from 2014 to 2019.
Bank Records Show Hunter Biden Received Wire from Beijing with Joe Biden’s Home as Beneficiary – https://t.co/euEjijiQH2
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Although the source of the address that was listed as the wire transfer recipient is still unknown, it is important to remember that Hunter Biden did reside briefly in his Delaware family home during the relevant time. October 2019, he announced his resignation from the BHR Partners board.
Significant doubts over the Biden family's ties to China and possible conflicts of interest are raised by these disclosures. They defy Joe Biden's earlier assertions that he was not involved in or talked about his son's business endeavors. The Biden administration has made an effort to play down these accusations, but it is getting harder to do so in light of the growing body of evidence.
A prominent critic of the Bidens, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer asserted that "bank records don't lie, but President Joe Biden does." He has claimed that there is a national security risk due to Joe Biden's purported exploitation of his position of public government for personal benefit. Comer has emphasized that Americans should be entitled to the truth and has asked for accountability and openness in the probe.
It's clear that the Biden family's financial activities are being scrutinized, and the House Oversight Committee will keep looking into this. The committee is getting ready for the first meeting of its impeachment inquiry as the evidence against the Bidens keeps coming in.