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A new audio recording obtained by the National Pulse reveals that Hunter Biden had businesses involvement with a man he claimed to be the "spy chief of China," and his frustration with both he and his father being named as witnesses in a criminal case.
The "spy chief" Hunter Biden is referencing is Patrick Ho, the former Hong Kong Secretary of Home Affairs who was convicted of bribery and money laundering charges in 2018. He was deported to Hong Kong after spending a brief period in jail in New York City. Ho has been a lobbyist on behalf of CEFC China Energy since 2007.
Biden also references the disappearance of Ye Jianming, the founder of CEFC who has been detained in China since 2018 on charges of bribery. Despite mainstream media claims that there is no evidence that Hunter Biden was involved in questionable deals in China, Biden described the man as his "partner."
"My partner, who is worth $323 billion... is now missing," Biden lamented.
"He was missing since I last saw him in his $58 million apartment inside a $4 billion deal to build the f*cking largest f*cking LNG port in the world," exclaimed Biden.
CEFC has been heavily involved in the Chinese Belt & Road Initiative, but it is unclear whether the port mentioned is part of the project. CEFC declared bankruptcy in March of 2020 following the launch of a criminal investigation against the company in the United States.
Another business partner of Biden's, Devon Archer, was additionally mentioned in the audio recording. "I get calls from my father to tell me that The New York Times is calling," the younger Biden complained, continuing "my best friend in business Devon has named me as a witness without telling me in a criminal case and my father without telling me."
It is unclear from the audio recording what connection former Vice President Joe Biden has to the deal, or why he was receiving calls, although previously leaked emails show a man named only as "the big guy" cashing in on a deal involving CEFC.
According to Tony Bobulinski, a former business partner of Hunter Biden's, "the big guy" is a clear reference to Joe Biden and that the elder Biden was directly involved in the deal.
While doing business with China is not itself criminal, the claim contradicts competing claims made by the former Vice President that he had no involvement in his son's business dealings.
The revelation comes as part of a series of leaks from what is alleged to be Hunter Biden's laptop. The laptop has since been handed over to the FBI.