Miranda Devine of the New York Post has just released a new book which details the alleged corrupt deals Biden and his son worked with China and other countries.
The book was largely driven by details found on Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop computer and it doesn’t look good.
This is the information that social media companies banned the New York Post for reporting before the 2020 election.
Devine posted an excerpt from the book at the New York Post:
Joe Biden was involved in a deal with a Chinese giant — and was expecting a 10 percent cut
Hunter Biden and his Uncle Jim were already waiting for Tony Bobulinski in the lobby bar of the Beverly Hilton when he arrived at 10 p.m. May 2, 2017.
The Bidens had chosen a discreet couch behind a thick marble column where they could see everyone who walked in the front entrance. Joe Biden, who had left the vice president’s office a little more than three months before, was flying into Los Angeles to speak at the prestigious Milken Institute Global Conference and would be joining them at the bar within the hour.
For Bobulinski, 48, a third-generation Navy veteran and Democratic donor, it would be his first meeting with Joe Biden, and he was conscious that he was being vetted for a trusted role orchestrating the Biden family’s existing joint venture with Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC.
Remember 10 percent for the big guy? That was real.
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“The equity will be distributed as follows,” wrote Gilliar, listing the shares in percentages.
“20 H [Hunter]
“20 RW [Walker]
“20 JG [Gilliar]
“20 TB [Bobulinski]
“10 Jim [Biden]
“10 held by H for the big guy.”
Three years later, Bobulinski would tell the world that “there is no question” that “the big guy” is Joe Biden.
The media, working with Democrats and social media companies, covered this up before the 2020 election.
They covered up Biden’s corruption and it was completely intentional.
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