The White House and Hunter Biden’s lawyers recently offered an odd response to the revelation of China-linked payments made to various members of the Biden family.
New York Post columnist Miranda Devine discussed the issue on “Fox & Friends,” questioning the credibility of Hunter Biden’s business activities in China.
The House Oversight Committee disclosed that over $1 million in payments were made to the Biden family from accounts linked to Hunter Biden’s business associate Rob Walker and their Chinese business pursuits in 2017.
Financial records show that Walker, Hunter Biden, President Biden’s brother Jim, and business partners James Gilliar and Tony Bobulinski were part of a joint venture called Sinohawk Holdings, which was intended to partner with Chinese energy company CEFC.
Hunter Biden’s legal team defended the transactions, stating that he had the right to engage in his own business ventures and that the joint venture with a privately-owned energy company in China was legitimate.
They claimed that Hunter received “good faith seed funds” which he shared with his uncle, James Biden, and Hallie Biden, with whom he was in a relationship at the time.
Miranda Devine expressed doubts about the explanation provided, suggesting that it fails to address the questionable nature of the payments.
Considering Hunter Biden’s financial struggles at the time, Devine argues that he was in dire need of the funds from China.
As the discussion surrounding the legitimacy of these payments continues, it’s crucial for Republican voters to stay informed and demand transparency from the Biden family and the White House on this matter.