There are photographs, the account of Tony Bobulinski and emails to demonstrate that it isn’t.
But now, there’s more proof that destroys that fiction.
Joe Biden even wrote a recommendation for a Chinese executive’s son who was in a business relationship with his son Hunter, according to emails seen by Fox.
On January 3, 2017, when Joe Biden was still Vice President, BHR CEO Mike Li requested Hunter and his business partners Devon Archer and Jim Bulger for assistance with his son’s college campaign.
“Gentlemen, please have a look at my son Chris Li’s resume. He is applying to the following colleges this year,” Li continues, listing Cornell University, Brown University, and New York University.
Li adds a “modified version” of his son’s “CV” in an email that was sent alter. Hunter’s associate, James Bulger, replied saying that they have received the updated CV.
“Lets see how we could be helpful to Chris here,” Bulger writes.
Eric Schwerin, who served as the Rosemont Seneca president, replied to Li.
“Jonathan, Hunter requested that I send you a copy of his father’s recommendation letter on behalf of Christopher for Brown University,” wrote Schwerin.
“The original is being sent to Dr. Paxson immediately at Brown,” Schwerin replied. “It should arrive by at the latest Tuesday (given Monday is a holiday in the United States). Please let us know if you have any queries. Best, Eric.”
Dr. Christina Paxson is the current president of Brown University.
Li said, “Hi Eric, just glanced at the email. It’s fantastic! Thank you very much!” Li finished up by saying, “Thank you, Hunter. All the best to you all.”
Another link exists between these two events. In 2013, Joe Biden brought Hunter to China on Air Force 2, where the boy met with Li and presented him to his father. The Chinese authorities gave a private equity fund called BHR Partners their approval 12 days after that trip. Li was the company’s CEO. Hunter Biden was a board member and held a 10 percent stake in it, which he still owned in 2021. Hunter Biden’s attorney claimed in November 2021 that he had sold his share of the firm.
So Joe Biden, I’d have a question for you. What is his explanation for this? How does he come up with a letter of recommendation for someone he knows nothing about, as he claims to know nothing about his son’s business activities? Perhaps he’d want to explain it? And when does the deception become too much? Just how compromised is Joe Biden? The Republicans are urging action on the Senate floor, but there needs to be more focus on this. How much is enough before we get real change and answers from Joe Biden?
According to Fox, the White House has declined to comment on the computer. “We don’t discuss laptops,” White House deputy media secretary Andrew Bates said. I understand they don’t want to talk about it because there’s nothing they can say that won’t put them in even more trouble.