This is according to the House Oversight Committee, which revealed that, in 2017, Chinese company State Energy HK Limited sent $3 million in 2017 to a company controlled by Robert Walker, an associate of the Biden family. Walker, in turn, distributed the money to members of Biden's family, including his surviving son, Hunter, his brother, James, his daughter-in-law, Hallie, and one other currently unknown member of the family. (Related: Schweizer: Biden-China ties are like if Reagans, Carters took money from KGB-linked businessmen during Cold War.)
State Energy HK Limited was linked to CEFC China Energy, a bankrupted private Chinese energy and finance company whose former chairman, Ye Jianming, did business directly with Hunter. CEFC was also involved in an abandoned joint venture with the Biden family, in which someone only referred to as the "big guy," but is presumed to be then-former Vice President Biden, was to have a 10 percent stake.
"It is unclear what services were provided to obtain this exorbitant amount of money," said House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer of Kentucky.
During Comer's investigation, he released figures from banking records from 2015 to 2017, showing large transfers of money from Walker's account to several accounts of the Biden family. This period covers the last two years of Biden's tenure as vice president and right after he left the administration of former President Barack Obama.
The wire transfers show that State Energy HK Limited wired $3 million to Robison Walker LLC on March 1, 2017. At the time, the account had a balance of $159,000. The very next day, Walker wired nearly $1.1 million to European Energy and Infrastructure Group, an Abu Dhabi-based company. Comer noted that this company is linked to James Gilliar, a business partner of Hunter.
Through four wire transfers, Walker sent money to four companies linked to the Biden family: $500,000 to Owasco PC, $100,000 to First Clearing LLC, $360,000 from JBBSR Inc. and $10,692 to RSTP II LLC.
One other unnamed member of the Biden family received a combined $70,000 from Walker from four wire transfers beginning on March 6 to May 17.
Following the House Oversight Committee hearing, Comer has officially subpoenaed banking records linked to Hunter, James and other members of the Biden family. Committee investigators will review this new information when they receive it to see what information can be gleaned from them.
In a statement following the unveiling of new evidence of the Biden family's suspicious business transactions, Comer said: "The Oversight Committee is concerned about the national security implications from President Biden's family receiving millions of dollars from foreign nationals. We will continue to follow the money trail and facts to determine if President Biden is compromised by his family's business schemes and if there is a national security threat."
Learn more about the corruption involving Biden and his family at BidenCrimeFamily.news.
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