Payoff Money for Hunter Found WHERE?

( – In a damning new revelation about the first family’s murky foreign business paydays, House Republicans have disclosed that Hunter Biden’s Chinese partners wired him $260,000 by using Joe Biden’s home as the beneficiary address – and did so after he had launched his 2020 presidential campaign.

The latest disclosure about Hunter Biden’s business dealings with Communist China and other foreign nations came from a statement issued Tuesday by US Rep. James Comer, the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee.

Comer said financial records subpoenaed by his committee exposed the two wire transfers from July and August 2019, which listed Joe Biden’s home address in Wilmington, Delaware.

The New York Post comments that Comer’s new revelation presents “another blow to President Biden’s insistence that he had no knowledge or discussion of his only surviving son’s foreign business interests.”

“Bank records don’t lie, but President Joe Biden does. In 2020, Joe Biden told Americans that his family never received money from China,” Comer declared.

“We’ve already proved that to be a lie earlier this year, and now we know that two wires originating from Beijing listed Joe Biden’s Wilmington home as the beneficiary address when he was running for president,” the House Oversight chief elaborated.

The two payments that he exposed were connected with BHR Partners, a joint venture between Chinese investment company Bohai Capital and Hunter Biden’s firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, The Daily Caller reports.

The first of the two wire transfers was for $10,000 and came on July 26, 2019, from an individual identified as Ms. Wang Xin.

The second one was executed on August 2, 2019. It was for $250,000 and was sent by Li Xiang Sheng, also known as Jonathan Li, the CEO of BHR Partners.

The Post notes that Comer and other House Republicans investigating the Biden family finances deem Li a person of interest in their probe.

“When Joe Biden was vice president, he spoke on the phone and had coffee with Jonathan Li in Beijing, and later wrote a college letter of recommendation for his children,” Comer informed further, based on recent congressional testimony by Hunter’s former business associate Devon Archer.

White House spokesman Ian Sams slammed Comer’s latest revelations, which come days before the first hearing in the House GOP’s impeachment inquiry into the president.

“Imagine them arguing that if someone stayed at their parents’ house during the pandemic, listed it as their permanent address for work, and got a paycheck, the parents somehow also worked for the employer,” Sams wrote on X.

“It’s bananas. Yet this is what extreme House Republicans have sunken to,” he asserted.