More Bidens. More Chinese money.
According to an exclusive report from The New York Post, Hallie Biden, President Biden’s daughter-in-law, received $35,000 over two transfers in 2017 from Biden family associate John “Rob” Walker after he received $3 million on March 1, 2017.
From The New York Post:
The records show Hallie Biden received $35,000 over two transfers in 2017 from Biden family associate John “Rob” Walker after he received $3 million on March 1, 2017, from the Chinese State Energy HK Limited, a firm affiliated with CEFC China Energy.
The first transfer to Hallie from Robinson Walker LLC was for $25,000 on March 20 of that year, Comer wrote in a Thursday morning memo to committee members.
The information creates an unexpected new avenue for investigation — and Comer notes the bank records don’t include the first names of all Biden family recipients, meaning there may be other relatives involved.
Hallie Biden is the widow of Beau Biden, who died of brain cancer in 2015, and the mother of two of the president’s grandchildren, Natalie and Robert Hunter. She dated the president’s other son, Hunter Biden, from around 2016 to 2019.
“Democrats described our subpoena as providing nothing more than records for Papa John’s and Starbucks, but they failed to mention the records we’ve received documenting the Biden family’s business schemes,” Comer said, referring to committee ranking member Jamie Raskin’s disclosure of the subpoenas earlier this week.
Over the course of several years, members of the Biden family and their companies received over $1.3 million in payments from accounts related to their associate, Rob Walker,” Comer said. “Most of this money came as a result of a wire from a Chinese energy company and went not only to Hunter and James Biden but also to Hallie Biden and an unknown ‘Biden.’”
Comer added, “It is unclear what services were provided to obtain this exorbitant amount of money.”
More over at The New York Post:
Hallie Biden revealed as ‘new’ Biden family member who got China cash https://t.co/FwroxP7PS0 pic.twitter.com/L3OAldUl8r
— New York Post (@nypost) March 16, 2023