There’s no doubt that our country has locked horns with China – numerous security concerns and doubts surrounding the pandemic, have all made it impertinent to scrutinize China’s aggression. The economic and geopolitical expansionism endorsed by the Wolf Warriors has been condemned by all and it’s in the best interest of America to put its most efficient foot forward to counter the unchecked advancement. However, some startling accounts and hints at certain connections, makes one concerned about how united we are in this concretized approach towards safeguarding the international rules-based order. A glimpse of this was revealed by the recent New York Post investigation.
The news of the three hard drives points at a major scandal for “#H” Hunter Biden and the “#BigGuy” Joe – even bigger than the Russian and Ukrainian information furors. One of these has information about Hunter’s visit to China and the deals that were sealed as part of it. Hunter had not revealed details about these contracts to the administration back in Washington – the entire mystery surrounding the visit and the financial (and political) aspects of it, makes one inquisitive as to what actually went down. Personal profits worth $4.5 billion were acquired by Hunter Biden through the deal, as per the new report. With a renowned American lawyer standing as a mediator for the events, millions of dollars were transferred both before and after the signing of the contract. There are whispers to money laundering according to Mark Meadows and Maria Bartiromo “The Biden crime family has been involved in “Hundreds of Millions of Dollars” in money laundering schemes – it’s a house of cards and it’s ready to fall down around them.”
The New York Post has been very clear about its source – Rudy Giuliani – and the legitimacy of the report. While Joe Biden’s campaign has dismissed the veracity of the article and the revelations, claiming there has been no engagement with Chinese establishments like CEFC or any other for that matter, it isn’t easy to overlook how Robert ‘Hunter’ Biden stated how “much more interesting” the deal had become “to me and my family.” The left is also challenging the media to prove how this would have meant Joe Biden broke America’s laws. So confident are they about the sanctity of Biden’s Presidential run that they’re heralding such overt claims. However, with the current scenario has taken a drastic turn and the equation between the US and China evolving from a mere trade war to that of political checks, the greater concern spirals down to how Biden can be trusted to treat the issue of China with objectivity.
The details regarding Hunter Biden’s deals could very well be used to China’s benefit, potentially turning into an object of blackmail and influence (this is not an uncommon practice when it comes to the exchanges that CCP gets itself involved in). If, indeed, Joe Biden is the ‘Big Guy’ mentioned, how futile would the campaign rhetoric of security be? As someone aiming to run for the Presidential seat, Joe Biden should have been wary of where his name gets into and how it’s utilized, even if he was a private citizen at the time. It would be far-stretching if the Democrats now declare that the deals went on without Joe Biden’s cognizance. That seems unlikely to be termed the truth. If Hunter did use Biden’s name to further his own monetary pursuits without actually involving his father, it still raises much worry with regards to how things maybe if a Democratic win is on the cards. A tryst with the foe is the last thing we need.
The continued silence on part of Joe Biden and his lack of interest in clearing the air about what role he may have played in events revealed recently, only adds to the distrust. The very well-wishers of the left who celebrated a ‘large margin’ of advance for Biden are forced now to cut down on overshooting and reduce the hyperbolic statements – they now say the margin has narrowed. Advising one another to not be complacent is getting the Democrats nowhere. They need to come clean about what happened. The country deserves to know what they’re signing up for when presented with options.