GOP: Hunter ‘Indisputably’ Lied

Hunter Biden

( – New damning information about Hunter Biden has emerged as House Republicans have revealed that the notorious first son misrepresented his interactions with Communist China business partners in 2017 to Congress.

House Republicans released new documents on Wednesday, stating that these prove conclusively that the president’s son committed a serious federal crime by lying during his sworn testimony, The Washington Free Beacon reports.

Representative Jason Smith, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, emphasized the severity of lying under oath, noting the Justice Department’s history of prosecuting such cases.

“Lying during sworn testimony is a felony offense that the Department of Justice has prosecuted numerous individuals for in recent years, and the American people expect the same accountability for the son of the President of the United States,” Smith said.

The controversy centers around encrypted messages sent by Hunter Biden on July 30, 2017, to an official at CEFC China Energy, demanding a multimillion-dollar payment.

“I am sitting here with my father and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled. I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction,” Hunter said at the time.

During a deposition on February 28, Hunter Biden attempted to downplay the significance of these messages, claiming they were sent in error to an unrelated individual, not involved with CEFC China Energy.

The recipient, according to Biden, “had no understanding or even remotely knew what the hell I was even Goddamn talking about.”

However, Rep. Smith challenged this claim by presenting phone records he says definitively prove the messages were directed at a known associate within CEFC, Raymond Zhao.

These records suggest that Zhao was well aware of the context of the threats.

Further complicating matters, Zhao reportedly conveyed a message on August 3, 2017, from another CEFC director, extending greetings to Hunter Biden, his uncle Jim Biden, and Joe Biden, referenced here as VP.

These revelations raise questions about the credibility of Hunter Biden’s testimony and suggest possible deeper involvement by Joe Biden in his son’s business dealings in China, despite his assertions to the contrary, the report comments.

This comes as more individuals have testified about their meetings with both Bidens concerning international business, it notes further.

Hunter Biden, who is facing upcoming trials for unrelated charges, continues to deny any direct involvement of his father in his business transactions.

His engagement with CEFC China Energy remains ambiguous, highlighted by a significant transaction where CEFC wired $5 million to Biden’s company shortly after the contentious messages.

Hunter Biden’s efforts to facilitate a business deal between CEFC and a natural gas project in Louisiana, which did not materialize, and his representation of a CEFC executive accused of bribery, for which he seemingly conducted no actual legal work, further add layers to this complex situation.

Biden’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, has not made any comments in response to these developments.

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