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Almost all of the above media operations have big money at stake in China. The parent companies of many of these operations also own entertainment/cinema businesses that China is now in line to pass the US for in revenues. China is pulling their strings, much like the NBA. Deliver their message or be blocked from Chinese revenue.

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Senate report on the Biden family's money laundering and tax issues relating to Chinese business. Note that whenever you are dealing with Chinese businesses, you are working with the communist party. In China, if you are not in the party you don't get the business and if your deals are not approved- they don't happen. The Bidens were and are working with the Chinese Communist Party.
This is good for people who believe in the media to know AFTER the election.

Hunter Biden’s past dealings with Chinese nationals – including some flagged for “potential financial criminal activity” – are outlined in a Senate committee report reviewed by Fox News.


The details come as Biden – the 50-year-old son of President-elect Joe Biden – on Wednesday acknowledged that he has been under a grand jury investigation through the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware since 2018 over his “tax affairs.”

Biden's father was not a target of the investigation, a source told Fox News.

It was unclear whether any of the specific transactions detailed in the Senate panel’s report were among those being investigated by the U.S. attorney. But the transactions offer a glimpse into Hunter Biden’s alleged activities prior to the launch of the grand jury investigation in 2018.

The report -- prepared by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee -- details the younger Biden’s associations with Ye Jianming, founder of CEFC China Energy Co., and his business associate Gongwen Dong.

“Hunter Biden had business associations with Ye Jianming, Gongwen Dong and other Chinese nationals linked to the Communist government and the People’s Liberation Army,” the report says. “Those associations resulted in millions of dollars in cash flow.”


According to the report, Hunter Biden’s relationship with Ye Jianming and Gongwen Dong began in 2015, while Biden's father was vice president under former President Barack Obama.

“Ye’s connections to the Communist government are extensive and ... Ye was also financially connected to Vice President Biden’s brother, James Biden,” the report says. “Thus, there exists a vast web of corporate connections and financial transactions between and among the Biden family and Chinese nationals.”

On Sept. 8, 2017, the report says, Ye’s company announced a $9.1 billion deal to acquire a stake in Rosneft, a Russian state-owned energy company.

On that same date, the report adds, Hunter Biden allegedly opened up a line of credit with Gongwen Dong, using the business name Hudson West III -- with Hunter Biden, James Biden and James Biden’s wife, Sara Biden, all listed as “authorized users of credit cards associated with the account.”

Also on that same date, the report says, the Biden family members used those credit cards to purchase more than $100,000 in airline tickets, technology products, hotel rooms and restaurant meals – transactions that were flagged for “potential financial criminal activity.”

The report adds that the credit cards were backed by $99,000 being transferred from a China-linked Hudson West III account to a separate account, until the credit card accounts were closed.

“The transaction was identified for potential financial criminal activity,” the report adds.

The report later shows that Hudson West III was incorporated April 19, 2016, more than a year before the credit cards were issued, with its ownership changing “at some unknown point.”


After that change, the report notes, the ownership was divided between Hunter Biden’s law firm, Owasco PC and Coldharbour Capital LLC, each with a 50% stake.

“Although ownership in Coldharbour Capital is equally divided between two individuals, Mervyn Yan and Tian Zhang, it has a business address identified as the address of Gongwen Dong,” the report adds. “According to records on file with the Committees, Hudson West III checking accounts were opened on Aug. 3, 2017, and Sept. 6, 2017, with Yan and Robert Hunter Biden. Gongwen Dong was a former signer, which suggests that at one time he was associated with Hudson West III’s bank accounts and finances.”


On Aug. 4, 2017 – about a month before the issuance of the credit cards – CEFC Infrastructure Investment (US) LLC, a subsidiary of Ye Jianming’s energy company – with Gongwen Dong listed as director – sent $100,000 to Hunter Biden’s law firm, Owasco, according to the Senate report. This transaction, too, was flagged for “potential criminal financial activity,” the report says.

Four days later, on Aug. 8, 2017, the subsidiary wired $5 million to the Hudson West III account, according to the Senate report. “These funds may have originated from a loan issued from the account of a company called Northern International Capital Holdings, a Hong Kong-based investment company identified at one time as a ‘substantial shareholder’ in CEFC International Limited along with Ye. It is unclear whether Hunter Biden was half-owner of Hudson West III at that time.”

The same day the $5 million was received, the report adds, Hudson West III began sending “frequent payments” to Owasco (the Hunter Biden firm), with the payments continuing for more than a year, through Sept. 25, 2018. “These payments, which were described as consulting fees,” the report adds, reached $4,790,375.25 in just over a year.”

One payment – dated March 22, 2018 – was for $1 million, transferred from Hudson West to Owasco with the memo line, “Dr Patrick Ho Chi Ping Representation.” The Senate report says Hunter Biden said this “misdirected” $1 million was related to his representation of Patrick Ho, another associate of Ye. “These transactions illustrate the financial connections between Gongwen Dong’s Hudson West III, Ye Jianming’s CEFC, and Hunter Biden’s Owasco,” the report adds.

Also during this period, according to the report, large sums of money moved between Hunter Biden’s Owasco firm and James Biden’s Lion Hall Group consulting firm. Between Aug. 14, 2017, and Aug. 3, 2018, such payments totaled nearly $1.4 million, the report says, noting that the transactions began less than a week after the $5 million was received by Hudson West and Hudson West sending a $400,000 first payment to Owasco.

The Senate report adds that money transfers between Hunter Biden and James Biden had vague explanations, and that Sara Biden allegedly hesitated to cooperate when bank officials inquired about the transfers.

“Sara Biden told the bank that she would not provide any supporting documentation, and she also refused to provide additional information to more clearly explain the activity,” the Senate report says. “Consequently, the bank submitted the account for closure.”

In addition to Owasco, Hudson West III also sent funds directly to James Biden’s firm, the report adds. These payments, between January 2018 and October 2018, totaled more than $76,000 and were labeled, “office expense and reimbursement,” according to the report.

“These transactions illustrate a direct financial link between Hudson West III (which was connected to CEFC, the Chinese government, and Gongwen Dong) and James Biden.”


Hunter Biden said in a statement Wednesday that he learned about the grand jury investigation Tuesday.

“I learned yesterday for the first time that the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware advised my legal counsel, also yesterday, that they are investigating my tax affairs,” Hunter Biden said in a statement. “I take this matter very seriously but I am confident that a professional and objective review of these matters will demonstrate that I handled my affairs legally and appropriately, including with the benefit of professional tax advisers.”


 

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Can I go thru your house and see how much your supporting china. If you weren't buying Chinese products they never would have gotten this powerful.
We are all buying from China, you daft fool. The reason? We have allowed politicians to sell our country off to China for years and years so that we no longer make things here in this country. That's why the smart people among us knew that America First, tariffs on China and the Trump agenda were what this country desperately needed instead of a raft of corrupt politicians who are compromised and bought off by China.

Thanks for posting.
 

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We are all buying from China, you daft fool. The reason? We have allowed politicians to sell our country off to China for years and years so that we no longer make things here in this country. That's why the smart people among us knew that America First, tariffs on China and the Trump agenda were what this country desperately needed instead of a raft of corrupt politicians who are compromised and bought off by China.

Thanks for posting.

forced to right?
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Senate report on the Biden family's money laundering and tax issues relating to Chinese business. Note that whenever you are dealing with Chinese businesses, you are working with the communist party. In China, if you are not in the party you don't get the business and if your deals are not approved- they don't happen. The Bidens were and are working with the Chinese Communist Party.
This is good for people who believe in the media to know AFTER the election.

Hunter Biden’s past dealings with Chinese nationals – including some flagged for “potential financial criminal activity” – are outlined in a Senate committee report reviewed by Fox News.


The details come as Biden – the 50-year-old son of President-elect Joe Biden – on Wednesday acknowledged that he has been under a grand jury investigation through the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware since 2018 over his “tax affairs.”

Biden's father was not a target of the investigation, a source told Fox News.

It was unclear whether any of the specific transactions detailed in the Senate panel’s report were among those being investigated by the U.S. attorney. But the transactions offer a glimpse into Hunter Biden’s alleged activities prior to the launch of the grand jury investigation in 2018.

The report -- prepared by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee -- details the younger Biden’s associations with Ye Jianming, founder of CEFC China Energy Co., and his business associate Gongwen Dong.

“Hunter Biden had business associations with Ye Jianming, Gongwen Dong and other Chinese nationals linked to the Communist government and the People’s Liberation Army,” the report says. “Those associations resulted in millions of dollars in cash flow.”


According to the report, Hunter Biden’s relationship with Ye Jianming and Gongwen Dong began in 2015, while Biden's father was vice president under former President Barack Obama.

“Ye’s connections to the Communist government are extensive and ... Ye was also financially connected to Vice President Biden’s brother, James Biden,” the report says. “Thus, there exists a vast web of corporate connections and financial transactions between and among the Biden family and Chinese nationals.”

On Sept. 8, 2017, the report says, Ye’s company announced a $9.1 billion deal to acquire a stake in Rosneft, a Russian state-owned energy company.

On that same date, the report adds, Hunter Biden allegedly opened up a line of credit with Gongwen Dong, using the business name Hudson West III -- with Hunter Biden, James Biden and James Biden’s wife, Sara Biden, all listed as “authorized users of credit cards associated with the account.”

Also on that same date, the report says, the Biden family members used those credit cards to purchase more than $100,000 in airline tickets, technology products, hotel rooms and restaurant meals – transactions that were flagged for “potential financial criminal activity.”

The report adds that the credit cards were backed by $99,000 being transferred from a China-linked Hudson West III account to a separate account, until the credit card accounts were closed.

“The transaction was identified for potential financial criminal activity,” the report adds.

The report later shows that Hudson West III was incorporated April 19, 2016, more than a year before the credit cards were issued, with its ownership changing “at some unknown point.”


After that change, the report notes, the ownership was divided between Hunter Biden’s law firm, Owasco PC and Coldharbour Capital LLC, each with a 50% stake.

“Although ownership in Coldharbour Capital is equally divided between two individuals, Mervyn Yan and Tian Zhang, it has a business address identified as the address of Gongwen Dong,” the report adds. “According to records on file with the Committees, Hudson West III checking accounts were opened on Aug. 3, 2017, and Sept. 6, 2017, with Yan and Robert Hunter Biden. Gongwen Dong was a former signer, which suggests that at one time he was associated with Hudson West III’s bank accounts and finances.”


On Aug. 4, 2017 – about a month before the issuance of the credit cards – CEFC Infrastructure Investment (US) LLC, a subsidiary of Ye Jianming’s energy company – with Gongwen Dong listed as director – sent $100,000 to Hunter Biden’s law firm, Owasco, according to the Senate report. This transaction, too, was flagged for “potential criminal financial activity,” the report says.

Four days later, on Aug. 8, 2017, the subsidiary wired $5 million to the Hudson West III account, according to the Senate report. “These funds may have originated from a loan issued from the account of a company called Northern International Capital Holdings, a Hong Kong-based investment company identified at one time as a ‘substantial shareholder’ in CEFC International Limited along with Ye. It is unclear whether Hunter Biden was half-owner of Hudson West III at that time.”

The same day the $5 million was received, the report adds, Hudson West III began sending “frequent payments” to Owasco (the Hunter Biden firm), with the payments continuing for more than a year, through Sept. 25, 2018. “These payments, which were described as consulting fees,” the report adds, reached $4,790,375.25 in just over a year.”

One payment – dated March 22, 2018 – was for $1 million, transferred from Hudson West to Owasco with the memo line, “Dr Patrick Ho Chi Ping Representation.” The Senate report says Hunter Biden said this “misdirected” $1 million was related to his representation of Patrick Ho, another associate of Ye. “These transactions illustrate the financial connections between Gongwen Dong’s Hudson West III, Ye Jianming’s CEFC, and Hunter Biden’s Owasco,” the report adds.

Also during this period, according to the report, large sums of money moved between Hunter Biden’s Owasco firm and James Biden’s Lion Hall Group consulting firm. Between Aug. 14, 2017, and Aug. 3, 2018, such payments totaled nearly $1.4 million, the report says, noting that the transactions began less than a week after the $5 million was received by Hudson West and Hudson West sending a $400,000 first payment to Owasco.

The Senate report adds that money transfers between Hunter Biden and James Biden had vague explanations, and that Sara Biden allegedly hesitated to cooperate when bank officials inquired about the transfers.

“Sara Biden told the bank that she would not provide any supporting documentation, and she also refused to provide additional information to more clearly explain the activity,” the Senate report says. “Consequently, the bank submitted the account for closure.”

In addition to Owasco, Hudson West III also sent funds directly to James Biden’s firm, the report adds. These payments, between January 2018 and October 2018, totaled more than $76,000 and were labeled, “office expense and reimbursement,” according to the report.

“These transactions illustrate a direct financial link between Hudson West III (which was connected to CEFC, the Chinese government, and Gongwen Dong) and James Biden.”


Hunter Biden said in a statement Wednesday that he learned about the grand jury investigation Tuesday.

“I learned yesterday for the first time that the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware advised my legal counsel, also yesterday, that they are investigating my tax affairs,” Hunter Biden said in a statement. “I take this matter very seriously but I am confident that a professional and objective review of these matters will demonstrate that I handled my affairs legally and appropriately, including with the benefit of professional tax advisers.”



How much does Trump owe Chinese lenders? Why was he so secretive about his Chinese bank accounts?

Oh....right. President's son is more of a concern than the president himself. :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:

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Just like Hillary and the DNC paid Russian spies, the Dem's are also now paying Chinese spies.

 

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Just like Hillary and the DNC paid Russian spies, the Dem's are also now paying Chinese spies.


It's not just that Swalwell was paying a Chinese spy, but look at the dates on those payments. Interesting timing.

Do you think China put Swalwell up to all the crap he's been doing against Trump, or was Swalwell already an insane Commie, and that's why China chose him?
 

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It's not just that Swalwell was paying a Chinese spy, but look at the dates on those payments. Interesting timing.

Do you think China put Swalwell up to all the crap he's been doing against Trump, or was Swalwell already an insane Commie, and that's why China chose him?

They aren't paying her shit...
I suppose that's big money to most Trumpers
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It's not just that Swalwell was paying a Chinese spy, but look at the dates on those payments. Interesting timing.

Do you think China put Swalwell up to all the crap he's been doing against Trump, or was Swalwell already an insane Commie, and that's why China chose him?
Once the hook is set you can't escape. Whether Spywell was really that stupid in the first place or not doesn't really matter. What does matter is that he knew he was working with a Chinese spy, and it's almost certain Pelosi was told this, and yet he was placed on the Intelligence Committee. If you're working with the Chinese spy agency, what is the one singular committee that you would want to get appointed to further increase your value to the Chinese? And why would Pelosi honor that request by placing him on that very committee? More questions than answers. This could go a long way towards explaining the love that Spywell and Pelosi show for China. Note also that the MSM is almost totally silent on the Spywell situation. Interesting times ahead for the Dems...
 

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it’s a little more than taxes.
Yeah, I pointed that out to JTF yesterday and he pulled a Keyser Soze on the conversation.

Who knows if anything will come of this, but it is interesting that the FBI would investigate something that is "so obviously fake" and that they would get a subpoena for a laptop that "wasn't real." They should really get some advice from the comrades on here that had this one figured out from page 1. LOL.
 

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I listened to Dan Barriero on the way home today and he did an interview with former CIA officer Michael Hurley. When asked what our biggest threat is to America he replied without hesitation or doubt that it was China. He named a few reasons why. Maybe it will help that at least 1 Biden has some good friends over there.
 

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All the morons who scream China over and over while buying thousands of dollars worth of Chinese goods every year...
😆😆😆
 

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All the morons who scream China over and over while buying thousands of dollars worth of Chinese goods every year...
😆😆😆
Americans are lazy and don’t want to do manufacturing jobs. Here you must go to college and get educated to become an expert in social sciences or the fine arts. Then you graduate with loans and can’t find a job so you ask the government to forgive your loans rather than taking pride in yourself and getting any job to support yourself.

we are a society that constantly tears others down rather than building each other up. Just look at all the trashy reality tv that is nothing but airing others dirty laundry and people lap it up.
 

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All the morons who scream China over and over while buying thousands of dollars worth of Chinese goods every year...
😆😆😆

Are the same people saying let's bring manufacturing back from China.

The difference in ideology is not left vs right, or demoicrat vs republican. It's globalist vs nationalist.
 

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Americans are lazy and don’t want to do manufacturing jobs. Here you must go to college and get educated to become an expert in social sciences or the fine arts. Then you graduate with loans and can’t find a job so you ask the government to forgive your loans rather than taking pride in yourself and getting any job to support yourself.

we are a society that constantly tears others down rather than building each other up. Just look at all the trashy reality tv that is nothing but airing others dirty laundry and people lap it up.

Americans will do the manufacturing jobs, if they pay well & we can bring them back. Look at the economy under Trump. Low earners made advances not seen in decades. Unemployment cratered. People not even on the unemployment rolls anymore because they hadn't worked in so long, got back into the workforce. The three occupations that spiked under the Trump economy were truck drivers, construction & manufacturing. All good paying jobs, but hard work.
 

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Are the same people saying let's bring manufacturing back from China.

The difference in ideology is not left vs right, or demoicrat vs republican. It's globalist vs nationalist.

Build a factory, is someone stopping you?
Buy things not made in China, is someone stopping you?
 

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The three occupations that spiked under the Trump economy were truck drivers, construction & manufacturing. All good paying jobs, but hard work.

What will you do when AI and robots take over two of the three?
Its coming, already happening to a large degree in manufacturing.
 

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What will you do when AI and robots take over two of the three?
Its coming, already happening to a large degree in manufacturing.

If that's the case, then why does China care if we take our manufacturing back home?

The truth is, people have been fear mongering about automation since the start of the industrial revolution. It's been an ongoing concern, and one that's never materialized. As certain industries disappear, others pop up in their places.
 

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Americans will do the manufacturing jobs, if they pay well & we can bring them back. Look at the economy under Trump. Low earners made advances not seen in decades. Unemployment cratered. People not even on the unemployment rolls anymore because they hadn't worked in so long, got back into the workforce. The three occupations that spiked under the Trump economy were truck drivers, construction & manufacturing. All good paying jobs, but hard work.
Spikes are not an indicator of long term success. One reason they spiked is they were so low to begin with. I would hope we could bring back manufacturing jobs again but you never know.
I find it amazing that it’s cheaper to produce steel in China and put it on a ship rather than just make it in the US.
 

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Spikes are not an indicator of long term success. One reason they spiked is they were so low to begin with. I would hope we could bring back manufacturing jobs again but you never know.
I find it amazing that it’s cheaper to produce steel in China and put it on a ship rather than just make it in the US.
Have a short conversation with anyone up on the Iron Range that works for US Steel. Seriously. You will fall off your chair. Gotta love union representation. 3 people for every 1 job at the mines, not an exaggeration
 

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Spikes are not an indicator of long term success. One reason they spiked is they were so low to begin with. I would hope we could bring back manufacturing jobs again but you never know.
I find it amazing that it’s cheaper to produce steel in China and put it on a ship rather than just make it in the US.

Its only cheaper if the trade deal allows it to be. That's why until the USMCA, the corporations had been writing those deals & why they went all-in against Trump in 2016 & 2020.
 

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Have a short conversation with anyone up on the Iron Range that works for US Steel. Seriously. You will fall off your chair. Gotta love union representation. 3 people for every 1 job at the mines, not an exaggeration

Slaves are cheaper than union labor, but at the end of the day it was the unfair trade deals that made it cheaper to import.
 

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Americans will do the manufacturing jobs, if they pay well & we can bring them back. Look at the economy under Trump. Low earners made advances not seen in decades. Unemployment cratered. People not even on the unemployment rolls anymore because they hadn't worked in so long, got back into the workforce. The three occupations that spiked under the Trump economy were truck drivers, construction & manufacturing. All good paying jobs, but hard work.
Sorry, craig. Even pre-pandemic, donald "created" about the same number of manufacturing jobs as Obama on an annualized basis (450K/916K). Including the pandemic, he cratered manufacturing. Maybe your next myth can be that donald scored 18 straight holes in one on his last round of golf.
 
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