CONFIRMED! Hunter Biden’s Attorney Says WhatsApp Text Demanding Money is Real

CONFIRMED! Hunter Biden's Attorney Says WhatsApp Text Demanding Money is Real

( – Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Chris Clark, said that Hunter was the one who sent the 2017 WhatsApp message requesting money from a CCP-connected businessman while “sitting” next to his father.

One day after the House Ways and Means Committee made public IRS whistleblower testimony that claimed Hunter Biden requested payment while using his father’s closeness as leverage, Clark issued a statement confirming the allegations.

The statement attempted to separate President Joe Biden from the incident by painting Hunter Biden as a victim.

“The DOJ investigation covered a period which was a time of turmoil and addiction for my client,” the author stated.

In the throes of a terrible addiction, “any verifiable words or actions of my client are solely his own and have no connection to anyone in his family,” the attorney said.

According to the 2020 Senate investigation on the Biden family, Clark’s comment was made the same day reports revealed that the Biden family firm received $5.1 million within ten days of Hunter Biden’s communication to a CCP-linked businessman who dealt with Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC Energy:

“On Aug. 4, 2017, CEFC Infrastructure Investment (U.S.) LLC, a subsidiary of Ye Jianming’s CEFC China Energy Company that listed Gongwen Dong as its director, sent Hunter Biden’s law firm, Owasco, a payment for $100,000.

This transaction was identified for potential criminal financial activity. One of the investment entities of CEFC Infrastructure Investment is reportedly Shanghai Huaxin Group, a Chinese state-owned enterprise “engaged in petroleum products.”

That company is owned by CEFC Shanghai International Group Ltd., which is controlled by Shanghai Guosheng Group, another state-owned enterprise.

According to reporting, CEFC Shanghai was a CEFC subsidiary linked to the aforementioned corruption allegations involving the head of the China Development Bank. These examples further illustrate the deep financial connections between Biden, Owasco, and the Chinese government.

On Aug. 8, 2017, CEFC Infrastructure Investment wired $5 million to the bank account for Hudson West III. These funds may have originated from a loan issued from the account of a company called Northern International Capital Holdings, a Hong Kong-based investment company identified at one time as a “substantial shareholder” in CEFC International Limited along with Ye.

It is unclear whether Hunter Biden was half-owner of Hudson West III at that time. However, starting on Aug. 8, the same day the $5 million was received, and continuing through Sept. 25, 2018, Hudson West III sent frequent payments to Owasco, Hunter Biden’s firm.

These payments, which were described as consulting fees, reached $4,790,375.25 in just over a year.”

According to IRS whistleblower testimony, when Joe Biden messaged the CCP-connected businessman, the FBI sought to establish Joe Biden was in the same room as Hunter Biden.

But there is no certainty that the FBI got such information.

According to anonymous sources, Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf stopped United States Attorney David Weiss from requesting information about an email on Hunter Biden’s laptop that described a business deal with CEFC and stated, “Ten held by H for the big guy.”

Furthermore, despite evidence of Joe Biden’s involvement, the IRS whistleblowers claimed Wolf stopped probing “the big guy” to restrict the probe’s ability.

The 10% “held by H for the big guy” is supposedly an allusion to Joe Biden and his 10% share of a deal with CEFC, which controlled State Energy H.K. Limited, a business connected to the $1.3 million payments to the Biden family members.

James Comer (R-KY), the chair of the House Oversight Committee, learned in March that a Biden associate had received a $3 million wire transfer from CEFC, a Chinese energy business.

Hunter, James, Hallie, and an unnamed “Biden” were the four Biden family members that received a combined $1.3 million portion of the $3 million wire transfer.

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