April 22, 2024

Hunter Biden admits to being ‘high or drunk’ when he said he was ‘sitting here’ with dad Joe just days before $5.1 million flowed into family accounts from Chinese energy company

Hunter Biden admits being ‘high or drunk’ in demand for Chinese cash

The president’s son was giving closed door testimony in the Congressional impeachment inquiry into his father’s business links today when he made the jaw-dropping admission.

  • The president’s son told Congress he lied to Chinese company CEFC about his father sitting next to him because he was not sober
  • His Whatsapp message included a demand for $5.1 million which was paid within 10 days
  • But he insisted his father ‘never’ had any involvement in his business dealings
  • House oversight chair James Comer says Hunter will now face a public hearing after his closed door testimony to the committee 

Hunter Biden said he was either drunk or on drugs when he pretended his father was sitting next to him in a successful bid to persuade a Chinese company to pay the family $5.1 million, he told Congress today.

The president’s son was giving closed door testimony to the Congressional impeachment inquiry into his father’s business links today when he made the jaw-dropping admission.

‘Hunter admitted that he was high or drunk when he sent the “sitting here with my father” WhatsApp message, sent it to the wrong recipient, and is now embarrassed by the message,’ a readout of his testimony recorded.

But within 10 days of his threatening message, $5.1 million flowed from the Chinese firm CEFC to Biden-linked accounts, according to information in a 2020 report by Republican-led Senate committees.

The WhatsApp message to CEFC was cited by IRS whistleblowers Joseph Ziegler and Gary Shapley last year as evidence of a Justice Department cover-up into the Biden’s after they were refused permission to investigate it.

It later emerged from photos on his abandoned laptop that Hunter Biden was not with his father on the day it was sent, but was at Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware.

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