Hunter’s Payoff Money Found WHERE?

( – House Republicans have brought to light damning information proving Hunter Biden’s business associates in China sent him $260,000, using the address of Joe Biden’s residence, after the start of his 2020 presidential bid.

The recent information on Hunter Biden’s commercial relationships with China and other foreign countries was made public in a statement by US Rep. James Comer, who chairs the House Oversight Committee.

Comer revealed that his committee’s subpoenaed financial documents uncovered two wire transfers from July and August 2019 that used Joe Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware, residence as the listed address.

According to The New York Post, this information challenges President Biden’s previous claims that he was unaware of his son’s foreign business endeavors.

“Bank records don’t lie, but President Joe Biden does. In 2020, Joe Biden stated to the American public that his family did not get any funds from China,” stated Comer.

Comer added, “Earlier this year, we demonstrated that claim to be false, and now it’s evident that two transfers from Beijing used Joe Biden’s Wilmington residence as the recipient address during his presidential campaign.”

The Daily Caller noted that these payments were associated with BHR Partners, a collaboration between the Chinese firm Bohai Capital and Hunter Biden’s company, Rosemont Seneca Partners.

The initial transfer, amounting to $10,000, was made on July 26, 2019, by a person named Ms. Wang Xin. A subsequent transfer of $250,000 occurred on August 2, 2019, and was facilitated by Li Xiang Sheng, also known as Jonathan Li, the CEO of BHR Partners.

The Post has highlighted that Comer, alongside other House Republicans scrutinizing the Biden family’s financial activities, considers Li a significant figure in their investigation.

“During his tenure as vice president, Joe Biden had a conversation over the phone and met Jonathan Li in Beijing. He later penned a college recommendation letter for Li’s children,” Comer added, referencing recent testimony in Congress by Devon Archer, a former business ally of Hunter Biden.

However, White House representative Ian Sams responded critically to these new disclosures, especially given their timing just ahead of the House GOP’s impeachment hearings related to the president.

Sams expressed his skepticism by drawing an analogy on X: “Consider someone living at their parents’ home during the pandemic, using that address for work purposes, and receiving their salary there. Does that mean the parents are also employees of that company?”

He further criticized the approach: “It’s an absurd premise. But this is the level to which certain House Republicans have stooped.”