Biden family business connections stem from ‘spy novel’: China expert


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Dr. Michael Pillsbury explained to “Jesse Watters in prime timeThursday, how, if indicted, the evidence against Hunter Biden could be enough to potentially put President Biden at risk.

DR. MICHAEL PILLSBURY: Appearances are all about Washington, DC, and the appearance of two different Chinese operations with it. It’s pretty clear in today’s Washington Post. The first operation is in 2012, when the speech takes place, and Hunter receives at that time the money that President Trump criticized, the 1.5 billion dollars. That doesn’t seem to be the issue right now with the grand jury, according to the Post article. It is the second operation that is worrying. And that’s when, somehow, Patrick Ho, this Hong Kong businessman and former Hong Kong attorney general, is given advance notice that he’s going to being arrested, and they pay Hunter and his uncle a million dollars to represent Patrick Ho.

The Post found this document that Hunter is co-signed, that he has this million dollars. I accept that Hunter is a lawyer, so he can do that. But how on earth does Patrick Ho know before his nearly six-month arrest that this is going to happen and that you will need Hunter Biden of all people? When he is arrested, the first phone call goes to Hunter’s uncle, then to Hunter. So we have this strange appearance here. There’s something about a spy novel that over and over again, at least twice, maybe more often, money changes hands – lots of money, then something happens that helps China fight against this Chinese threat theory that they hate so much in our country that we are not supposed to use the word “Chinese threat”, according to Beijing. So Hunter seems to be there every time, but there’s not enough evidence unless he’s charged, and then we can all read the indictment.

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