Republican Senator Says Biden’s Family Dealings With China Put Him At Risk For Blackmail

Joe Biden’s family has had some questionable dealings with China.

Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is warning that this presents a blackmail risk for Biden as president.

According to Johnson, Hunter Biden is the real risk point for Joe.

Just The News reports:

GOP senator: Biden family deals in China pose ‘enormous blackmail’ threat for president

Hunter Biden’s dealings with Chinese nationals, including one who is now a convicted felon, pose an “enormous blackmail” threat to President Biden, a key Republican senator who investigated the matter warns.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., the former chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and current ranking member on the powerful Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, told the John Solomon Reports podcast on Friday that the case of Chinese businessman Patrick Ho chi-Ping illustrates the threat.

Ho, 70, was part of an investment group that worked with Hunter Biden and his business partners after Joe Biden left the vice presidency. Ho was convicted of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act for trying to bribe high-ranking officials in Chad and Uganda, and court records show he was the subject of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant.

“This investment group, they were hoping to tap for initially $10 million. But these are individuals that had ties right into the Communist Party of China, within the People’s Liberation Army. And Patrick Ho was an individual that apparently was subject to a FISA warrant, which means somebody somewhere is suspecting him being a counter-intelligence threat.”

The left is coming after Johnson. Big time.

It seems like Johnson has touched a nerve.

 

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