A joint supplemental report from the Senate Finance Committee and the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs buttresses claims made by Bobulinski that Hunter had concerning relationships with foreign forces, including a company linked to the Chinese Communist Party.
As the Washington Examiner’s Jerry Dunleavy reported last week, the five-page document is an addendum to a September report on the Bidens’ foreign links, one that was either hailed as illuminating (by conservatives) or derided as partisan electioneering on the part of the GOP-led Senate (by liberals and the mainstream media).
As you’ll remember, Bobulinski established a company called SinoHawk with both Hunter Biden and James Biden, Joe Biden’s brother and Hunter’s uncle. The company was to work with CEFC China Energy, a company with links to the communist party that has vanished into bankruptcy.
“After the report was issued, new sources went public with additional information about business relationships and financial arrangements among and between the Biden family and their business associates, including several foreign nationals,” stated the supplemental report released Tuesday by Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley and Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson.
Of particular concern were links between a Hunter Biden business partner named Rob Walker, who was involved in three companies with Hunter Biden and who received money from Chinese sources.
“The new information is consistent with other records within the Committees’ possession which show millions of dollars being transferred from a Chinese entity linked to the communist party to Robinson Walker LLC,” the report stated.
Bobulinski produced emails and text messages that showed that he expected to get $10 million in startup capital from China. It never materialized, although there would be subsequent transactions from CEFC to accounts linked with James and Hunter Biden.