Yet Another WhatsApp Message Proves the Connections Biden Denies 

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House Republicans, including Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Representative James Comer leading the Oversight Committee, have made the Biden family a primary focus. They have raised allegations of criminal misconduct concerning Hunter’s position on the board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, as well as accusations of receiving several million dollars from overseas companies in China. 

A recently unveiled WhatsApp message from August 3, 2017, sent by Hunter Biden to Gongwen (“Kevin”) Dong, has been made public via the Oversight Committee’s Twitter account. Dong is connected to CEFC, an energy company associated with the Chinese Community Party. 

“I’m tired of this Kevin,” the message read. “I can make $5 million in salary from any law firm in America. If you think it’s about money, it’s not. The Biden’s [sic] are the best at doing exactly what Chairman wants from this partnership. Please let’s not quibble over peanuts.” 

According to one legal expert, the emergence of a fresh WhatsApp conversation between Hunter Biden and a Chinese businessman illustrates a consistent behavioral pattern.  

While the first WhatsApp message was explained away by blaming Hunter’s addiction-clouded thought processes and a disconnect from reality, this one is a little harder to dismiss. According to Jonathan Turley, law professor at George Washington University, this message is “neither muddled nor manic. Indeed, it has all the directness and clarity that the Bidens have denied to the American people.” 

Turley previously expressed concerns to Newsweek regarding a WhatsApp message that was recently revealed. The message was sent from Hunter’s iCloud account to Chinese businessman Henry Zhao, who serves as the president and CEO of Harvest Fund Management, on July 30, 2017. 

According to reports, Hunter mentioned that he was “sitting here with my father” and trying to comprehend why a commitment that was made had not been fulfilled. 

On Wednesday, President Biden was questioned by a reporter about the specific text and whether he was present or involved when Zhao was contacted. The president responded, “No, I wasn’t, and I won’t,” as he departed for the White House to travel to Chicago for an event, as reported by CNBC. 

While Comer and Republican colleagues in the Senate, such as Chuck Grassley, have focused on investigating the Biden family, the coverups are deep and effective. 

Recently, they pointed to a previously redacted FBI document as potential evidence, though both have acknowledged that the information regarding alleged recordings made by a Burisma executive concerning Hunter is still inconclusive. 

The evidence of President Biden’s connections is mounting, however, with a photo released of Hunter at his father’s home in Delaware. The photo, found on the infamous laptop, reveals Hunter sitting in the now-famous Corvette with his niece and her friend on July 30, 2017.  

That is the same date Hunter sent his threatening message to Zhao, implying that his father was sitting next to him when the message was sent. 

Another message sent to Dong includes a request for a “$10 million per annum budget to use to further the interests of the Joint Venture.” 

In the text, he referred to “my expenses” and described a $5 million loan from the Chinese as “BIDEN capital.” 

There is evidence of a multi-faceted coverup scheme, including threats to those investigating the matter and “slow walking,” or delaying the investigation. 

In addition, whistleblowers claim that the Biden family received inside information about the investigators’ plans, including searches, on at least two separate occasions, a block on searching Biden’s home prior to the election because of “optics,” and the cancellation of more than 15 “spin-off” investigations. Justice officials were informed by Hunter’s lawyers that pursuing a case against him would be “political suicide.” 

Hunter is also skating charges of human trafficking stemming from flying prostitutes across state lines on multiple occasions. His tax deductions include hotel rooms in his father’s name as well as for his drug dealers, pay for prostitutes, and $30,000 in tuition fees for his daughter. In fact, the IRS was warned that there ‘may be campaign finance criminal violations’ in the evidence uncovered about the Biden family.  

Many of the texts and incriminating emails were uncovered three months prior to the 2020 election following a search warrant on Hunter’s iCloud account but deliberately kept hidden until after the election. This includes the source of the evidence, the now infamous laptop. 

With the evidence becoming harder to ignore, will the media suddenly remember their commitment to journalistic integrity, or will they remain the puppets of the Democratic party? Only time will tell. 

But Biden seems to be running out of time rather quickly.