Goldman made the comments as he questioned IRS whistleblower Gary Shapely about the notorious WhatsApp message exchange between Hunter Biden and Chinese energy officials, in which Hunter insisted on a $5 million payment from the CCP, and attempted to persuade the associate to send the cash because his father, President Biden, was in the room with him. President Biden has repeatedly denied knowing.
"You testified...that Hunter told his Dad, according to Rob Walker, quote 'I may be trying to start a company or try to do something with these guys.' Now, let me ask you something. That doesn't sound much like Joe Biden was involved in whatever Hunter Biden was doing with the CEFC if Hunter Biden is telling him that he's trying to do business with them does it?" Goldman asked.
Shapely responded, "No, but it does show that he told his father he was trying to do business."
"Well, that is true," Goldman told Shapely. "Hunter Biden does try to do business. That's correct."
Goldman then attempted to persuade Congress that President Biden was not involved in the First Son's overseas business dealings saying, "So you not only have no direct evidence connecting Joe Biden to any of Hunter Biden's business deal, you actually had proof that he wasn't involved."
However, one of the main reasons for the committee hearing was to confirm that President Biden knew about his son's business dealings with foreign nationals, which Shapely confirmed during witness testimony.
Furthermore, in the WhatsApp message exchange between Hunter Biden and CEFC associate Gongwen Dong, Hunter had insisted on receiving the payment because the Biden family is allegedly in a partnership with the CCP.
"The Biden's are the best I know at doing exactly what the Chairman wants from this [partnership]," Hunter Biden allegedly wrote to Dong.
The day after the message was sent, the committee revealed that Owasco PC, one of Hunter Biden’s companies, received a $100,000 payment from CEFC.
The Biden family has reportedly received over $10 million from foreign nationals, with House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer estimating that newly obtained bank records will show that Joe Biden and his family received upwards of $30 million from foreign nationals.
The WhatsApp scandal followed the bombshell whistleblower document from an FBI informant in which an FD-1023 form reveals that the founder of Burisma, Mykola Zlochevsky, paid $5 million to one Biden and $5 million to another in order to get Viktor Shokin, the man in charge of investigating Burisma, fired.
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