Hunter Used Dad’s Sandy Hook Visit For $10 Million China Deal

Documents released by the House Ways and Means Committee show Hunter Biden attempted to leverage his father’s attendance at a 2017 Sandy Hook memorial service to schedule a meeting with Chinese CEFC executive Liu Yadong on the Chinese social media app WeChat expressing his desire to meet with him, President Joe Biden and James Biden.

The messages followed months of communications between Hunter Biden and CEFC officials regarding a $10 million deal. In one famous instance that has been reported in the media previously, Hunter said his father was present and said he was following up on a deal made, stating, “I am sitting here with my father and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled.”

The evidence also suggests that Hunter Biden may have lied under oath during his February congressional testimony. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) asserted that the president’s son refused to comply with a subpoena until threatened with criminal contempt and then proceeded to lie before Congress.

As the Biden crime family continues to be investigated and the potential corruption continues, many are becoming increasingly concerned with the likely profits the current president has made through his family’s foreign business dealings. Hunter’s actions continue to come back and draw attention to Joe Biden, who may at this moment be involved in selling out the country to the highest bidder.