Hunter Biden asked Communist Chinese energy tycoon Ye Jianming to ‘quickly’ send him a $10 million wire in a newly released June 2017 email.
Fox News obtained the email from Hunter Biden’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski:
Joe Biden has denied any role in his son’s businesses. But emails sent to and from Hunter Biden have cast doubt on that, including a 2017 email obtained by Fox News which shows Hunter requesting keys for Joe and Jill Biden, along with his uncle, Jim Biden, for space he planned to share with an “emissary” for a chairman of a now-bankrupt Chinese energy company.
In another 2017 email also obtained by Fox News, Biden wrote to the same Chinese energy company’s chairman extending “best wishes from the entire Biden family,” and urging the chairman to “quickly” send a $10 million wire to “properly fund and operate” the Biden joint venture with the company.
Tony Bobulinski is the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings which was a partnership between the Chinese operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye and the Biden family.
The $10 million was supposed to fund SinoHawk Holdings.
The $10 million wire didn’t go through to fund SinoHawk and Hunter Biden ultimately struck a side deal with the Chinese energy company CEFC.
Remember when the New York Post was suspended from Twitter for breaking the Hunter Biden story that’s everywhere now because it’s after the election?
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) December 10, 2020
On August 8, 2017, $5 million was wired from a CEFC-affiliated investment vehicle to the bank account for Hudson West III, which spent the next year transferring $4,790,375 million directly to Hunter Biden’s firm,