House Republicans release evidence suggesting Hunter Biden compromised by China
"Committee Republicans are concerned Hunter Biden may have been compromised by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and foreign intelligence services."
House Republicans on Thursday released evidence that Chinese intelligence may have compromised first son Hunter Biden via one associate connected to the sale of natural gas reserves to China.
"Documents obtained by Committee Republicans reveal Hunter Biden's business partner and close personal associate was linked to the Communist Party of China (CCP), her employer before the Biden family," said Kentucky Republican Rep. James Comer.
"JiaQi 'Jackie' Bao provided Hunter insight into purchasing liquefied natural gas reserves in the United States to sell to China, had access to the Biden family’s financial information, and liaised with CCP-affiliated agents on the Bidens," Comer continued.
Bao, Comer asserts, later encouraged then-former Vice President Joe Biden to seek the nation's highest office and advised the campaign on matters involving the communist regime.
In a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, Comer warned, "[c]ommittee Republicans are concerned Hunter Biden may have been compromised by the People's Republic of China (PRC) and foreign intelligence services."
"Due to the interconnected nature of the Biden family's finances and business dealings, this type of access would jeopardize U.S. national security," he asserted. "In addition to the Chinese government through Bao, it is likely that Hunter Biden may have been compromised by other FIS agents throughout his time as an influence peddler and during his efforts to sell off American resources."
Comer's letter further demanded that the FBI hand over documents involving Bao's relationship with the Biden family and its business interests.
Just News, No Noise
- Chinese Communist Party-linked companies are purchasing U.S. military academies, congressman warns
- Hunter Biden demands investigations into reporting on his laptop, threatens to sue Tucker Carlson
- McConnell yanks GOP Sen. Scott from Commerce Committee after failed leadership challenge
- 'Little to no difference': Massive mask meta-study undermines remaining COVID mandates
- AZ Senate rocked by claims of election violations, as Lake presses appeal in challenge to 2022 vote