Hunter Biden’s Threatening WhatsApp Messages to Chinese Businessman Over $5M ‘Engagement’ | wayne dupree

Recently emerged WhatsApp messages indicate that Hunter Biden had threatened Chinese businessman, Henry Zhao, for a broken ‘commitment’. According to bank records, Zhao had sent more than $5 million to the Bidens just days after the trade.

Not just any IRS whistleblower who testified under oath, but the one who oversaw the investigation of Hunter Biden, until he was fired before the 2020 election. Hunter used strong language in his message to Zhao, expressing his displeasure and reminding him of the commitment made and why it was important to keep it. Reports suggest Hunter and his father, Joe Biden, were part of the conversation.

Hunter Biden said: “Please tell the director I want to fix this quickly, before it gets worse. By soon, I mean tonight.” He then added, “Z, I assure you that if I receive any calls or text messages related to this matter from anyone other than you, Zhang or the president, you will regret not following my instructions. Thanks to the man sitting next to me and everyone he knows.”

Joe Biden has always denied any knowledge of his son’s foreign business deals and dismissed allegations that he profited from Hunter’s illicit dealings with corrupt Ukrainian politicians and Chinese businessmen.

According to IRS claims, on July 30, 2017, Hunter sent a letter to Henry Zhao, CEO of Harvest Fund Management.

Rep. Claudi Tenney (R-NY) echoed that it’s highly likely Joe and Hunter Biden were present when the alleged threat was made. The president’s son was at the Biden family home in Wilmington, Delaware on July 30, 2017, according to footage taken from Hunter Biden’s laptop, she said.

The bank statements support Zhao’s claim that he transferred more than $5 million to Hunter Biden, followed by another $1 million to Joe Biden’s brother’s consulting firm. According to the Senate GOP investigation, a CEFC affiliate made two payments to accounts linked to Hunter, totaling $5.1 million. The transactions took place within 10 days of Hunter’s WhatsApp message with a Chinese official associated with CEFC, and CEFC’s corporate account was subsequently closed on suspicion of money laundering. These details come from reporting by New York Times reporter Ken Vogel.

According to Christopher Clark, Hunter Biden’s attorney, the allegations against his client are grossly misleading. The person who leaked the WhatsApp message that the Justice Department allegedly hid from IRS investigators before Hunter’s first plea deal committed an “illegal” act, according to an IRS whistleblower.

This question has been haunted by selective policy-fueled leaks for years. Not only are such actions reckless, they are also against the law. If you look closely at the document made public yesterday by this biased individual, you might have serious doubts as to the authenticity of its contents. Clark warns that drawing conclusions or inferences from this document would be dangerously misleading. “The DOJ investigation covered a period when my client was in turmoil and addiction.”

Clark, my client who struggled with a terrible addiction, claimed that any actions or words attributed to him are his alone, disconnected from anyone in his family.

Following a meticulous five-year investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), my client admitted two misdemeanor non-payment of taxes cases and one firearm charge, the latter of which was be resolved through pre-trial diversion. As his counsel throughout the process, I can say with certainty that any suggestion that the investigation was not thorough, took shortcuts, or granted my client undue leniency is unfounded and highly irresponsible.

Whether the plea agreement secures the president’s son’s release from prison on those three misdemeanor charges depends on whether it will hold up in court.

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