This past week, House Republicans pushed out a memo that alleged an energy company that was known to be linked to the Chinese Communist Party has previously sent over more than $1 million in payments to a spread of three family members connected to President Joe Biden.
Investigations carried out by the House Oversight Committee have claimed that a recent subpoena of bank records from a Biden family associate, John Robinson Walker, and his company Robinson Walker, LLC used his company to move money out of one firm known to be affiliated with CEFC China Energy, Chinese State Energy HK Limited, to Biden family members, including the James Biden (brother), Hallie Biden (daughter-in-law), Hunter Biden (son), and a fourth “unknown Biden” from 2015 to 2017.
According to a recent headlining report from the New York Post regarding the abandoned laptop known to be owned by Hunter Biden, he and the president’s brother James recently earned close to $4.8 million from CEFC China Energy throughout the years 2017 and 2018.
“The Committee is concerned about the national security implications of a President’s or Vice President’s immediate family members receiving millions of dollars from foreign nationals or companies without any oversight,” explained the memo sent ou by the office of committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY). “Current financial disclosure laws and regulations do not require non-dependent family members to provide any information to the public.”
The memo was published by Comer’s office amid the chairman making additional airlines, stating that the new evidence of influence peddling sits deep in the roots of the family tree of Old Uncle Joe.
“At the end of this, I think we’re gonna see there are probably six or seven Biden family members that were involved in various business schemes around the world,” Comer stated to Laura Ingraham, a host on Fox News.
As explained in the memo, just under two months in the wake of then-Vice President Biden leaving office after working with the Obama administration back in 2017, the Chinese state energy company sent over a wire transfer of close to $3 million directly to Robinson Walker, LLC. Despite this, the business owned by walker allegedly only showed a balance of $159,000 at the time the transfer took place.
In the wake of the wire, the committee memo stated that Walker’s company moved $1,065,000 back on March 1, 2017, over to European Energy and Infrastructure Group (EEIG) in Abu Dhabi, which is known to work with a high-profile business partner of Hunter Biden, James Gilliar, that has been previously involved in other foreign transactions dealing with the entire Biden family tree. The company that is affiliated with Gilliar allegedly was sent the same $1,065,000 on March 2, 2017.
After just a week, a number of Biden’s family members and their respective companies started getting smaller incremental payments spaced out over a span of three months.
It is still quite unclear if Biden’s family offered up any kind of service to this Chinese energy company, but the questions about why an unknown holder for the “Biden” bank account was issued $70 million in overall payments or just why Hallie Biden was issued close to $25,000 from the same LLC while working as a school counselor remains.