- Hunter’s Business Partner CONFIRMS Authenticity of Laptop Email, Claims Joe Biden Was Part of Chinese Deals
A former associate of Hunter Biden’s has said that an email addressed to him concerning potentially shady deals with a Chinese firm is genuine and that Hunter’s father was also involved in the scheme.
A tranche of emails, text messages and photos, allegedly taken from a hard drive that belonged to the former vice president’s son and published by the New York Post, have been dismissed by many media outlets as “unverified” and potentially even “Russian disinformation.” Twitter even blocked the link to the original story. But now a man claiming to be a recipient of one of the leaked emails, concerning a business partnership with a Chinese firm, has confirmed the authenticity of the message, dated May 13, 2017.
Tony Bobulinski, the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings, released a statement on Wednesday night in which he called the email “genuine” and said that any suggestion that it is part of a foreign-sponsored smear campaign is “false and offensive.” He said that he had been requested by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs and the Senate Committee on Finance to produce all documents relating to his business affairs with the Biden family and that he planned to fully cooperate.
The message in question, published by the Post last week, reveals that Hunter Biden pursued an unspecified business venture in 2017 with the now-bankrupt Shanghai-based CEFC China Energy Co, with his pay described as “850.” The email was titled “Expectations” and detailed “remuneration packages” for six people involved in the deal who were only identified with initials and nicknames.