New Documents Confirm Hunter Biden Sold Access to Joe Biden via “Family Brand”
In a recent development, the House Ways and Means Committee voted to release new documents from an IRS whistleblower testimony. These documents provide further evidence that Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, had been selling access to his father through what is referred to as the “family brand.” This revelation came to light as these explosive documents revealed that Hunter Biden had been engaged in selling the ‘Biden family brand’ in as many as 23 countries.
House Ways and Means Chairman, Jason Smith, stated that the Biden family’s foreign influence-peddling operation suggests a concerted effort to sway US policy decisions. The newly-released materials include a significant WhatsApp message dated June 6, 2017, from Hunter Biden to a business associate. In this message, Hunter expressed unwillingness to “sign over my family’s brand” or give the individual “the keys to my family’s only asset.” Chairman Smith pointed out that by referring to this asset, Hunter Biden could only be referring to his father, Joe Biden.
One of the documents released by the Committee is a text message from Jim Biden, Joe Biden’s brother, to Hunter Biden discussing their intention to work with Joe Biden. This message was sent in December 2018, just months before Joe Biden announced his presidential run. Jim Biden’s text stated, “This can work, you need a safe harbor. I can work with your father alone!! We as usual just need several months of his help for this to work.”
The House Oversight Chairman, James Comer, has previously identified a total of nine Bidens who are implicated in the corruption scandal. Jim Biden, the brother of Joe Biden, is one of the individuals implicated. Comer, during a recent statement, highlighted that bank records indicate that the Biden family, their associates, and their companies received over $10 million from foreign nationals and their companies. He expressed surprise at the fact that even a grandchild of Joe Biden received a wire transfer from a foreign national, stating that it is not something commonly seen among hardworking individuals.
It is worth noting that one of the key whistleblowers in this case is Tony Bobulinski, a retired lieutenant in the US Navy and the former CEO of Sinohawk Holdings. This company was a partnership between the Chinese, operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye, and the Biden family. Bobulinski came forward in October 2020 after being implicated in the emails released from Hunter Biden’s laptop. In his memo and subsequent press conference, Bobulinski confirmed that the references to “the Big Guy” and “the chairman” in Hunter’s emails indeed referred to Joe Biden. Bobulinski revealed that he had met with Joe Biden in May 2017 to discuss Hunter’s business deals in China. Furthermore, an email he received mentioned a 10% equity allocation for “the Big guy,” which Bobulinski asserts refers to Joe Biden. Additionally, Bobulinski stated that he was warned by his business partner not to mention Joe Biden’s involvement in their dealings over email or text due to concerns about getting caught.
During an interview, Bobulinski disclosed that he had asked Jim Biden if they were worried about getting caught by the government for their illegal activities. Jim Biden reportedly responded that they had “plausible deniability,” indicating that they believed they could avoid accountability for their actions.
The release of these new documents and the testimonies of whistleblowers like Tony Bobulinski continue to raise serious concerns about the Biden family’s involvement in foreign business dealings and potential influence peddling. The American people deserve transparency and accountability from their elected officials, and it is crucial that these allegations are thoroughly investigated to ensure the integrity of our democracy.