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A press conference held by Tony Bobulinski on October 22, 2020 has been viewed over 2 million times since then. Bobulinski is CEO of Sinohawk Holdings, a joint venture between the Biden family and the Chinese representatives of CEFC through Chairman Ye.
Bobulinski spoke about meeting Biden at the Beverly Hilton on May 2, 2017, according to his press conference. Biden family members Hunter, Jim, and Joe joined Tony Bobulinski in discussing the family’s business plans with the Chinese.
Bobulinski also discussed the notorious email which described the payment schedule including 10% held for Joe Biden, at this same press conference.
According to Fox News, the same day, Bobulinski sent a text message to Jim Biden, Joe Biden’s brother, with the following message: “Great to meet u and spend some time together, please thank Joe for his time, was great to talk thx Tony b.”
At a presidential debate in 2020, Joe Biden infamously lied to the American people by saying that his son Hunter had not made money in China or engaged in unethical overseas business transactions. As Biden stated during the debate, ‘My son has not made money in terms of this thing about, talking about China.’
Here’s Joe Biden in 2020 saying his deadbeat son Hunter “has not made money” from China.
Hunter made $4.8 million from just one of his deals with China, according to the Washington Post. pic.twitter.com/KsiHO2Xapo
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And now there is more data to prove Joe Biden met with Bobulinski at the Beverly Hilton.
It was during the Milken Institute Global Conference in the year of 2017 that Biden spoke. The event took place at the Beverly Hilton, the same hotel where he had been the night before with Tony Bobulinski.
The L.A. Times reported on Biden’s speech at the time:
Former Vice President Joe Biden said his cancer “moonshot” initiative that he pushed for while in the White House is going global and will be led by his private foundation rather than the federal government.
In an address Wednesday morning at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, Biden said he is now working with world leaders, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, to promote global collaboration on cancer research.
“People came to me and asked if I would continue the moonshot because it had not been picked up by the new administration,” Biden said. “So I’m doing that.… In this fight, we have to be unwilling to postpone.”
The initiative, inspired by the death of Biden’s son, Beau, from brain cancer in 2015, urges cancer researchers and drug companies to pool data and combine therapies in the hope of finding better treatments – and eventually cures.
The former vice president said the moonshot will be run out of his Biden Foundation and that he already has cooperation agreements signed by leaders of 10 countries, though he did not offer more details.
The Milken Institute has video clips of when Biden spoke, also.
Last month we reported that Rep. Jim Jordan said the New York Post’s story showing how Hunter Biden paid his dad’s expenses shows how “involved” Joe was in Hunter’s business affairs.
In response to the first report last July about the messages found on the first son’s abandoned laptop, Jordan, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, spoke out.
“One, it sure looks like Joe Biden was involved. This was a family operation, including his uncle, as I said before,” Jordan said, referring to Joe’s brother James.
According to emails and texts found on Hunter Biden’s computer, some of his father’s expenses had to be paid by him.
“I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years,” Hunter Biden complained in January 2019 to his daughter Naomi. “It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike pop, I won’t make you give me half your salary.”
There was no evidence of these money transfers on the laptop, but certain expenses were listed as JRB Bills, the president’s initials. Some of the expenses were for home repairs, which amounted to several thousand dollars.
President Biden’s public comments about his troubled son’s scandalous overseas business activities contradict the messages, Jordan said.
“Remember what Joe Biden said in the debates 18 months ago, he said he didn’t do anything wrong and Hunter wasn’t taking money from business interests with connections to China,” Jordan told “Sunday Morning Futures.”
“There are 4.8 million reasons why that statement Joe Biden made was not accurate because we know he took $4.8 million from CEFC, the Chinese energy company. So yeah, this ties in the entire family.”
In the Washington Post article published March 30 that confirmed the authenticity of the emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop, the newspaper reported that entities controlled by Hunter Biden and his uncle received $4.8 million from CEFC in 2017 and 2018.
In October 2020, The Post published a series of blockbuster exposés detailing Hunter Biden’s dealings in Ukraine and China based on the laptop left behind at a computer repair shop in Delaware in April 2019.
Several media outlets, including The Washington Post and New York Times, did not follow up on the Hunter Biden story, dismissing it as possible disinformation being spread by Russia prior to the 2018 presidential election.
Similarly, 51 former US intelligence officials raised doubt about the laptop – which Jordan called a “conspiracy.”
“The left always tries to always say, ‘Oh, there’s these right-wing conspiracies.’ The real conspiracy here was the Democrats, big tech, big media, keeping this story from the American people just days before the most important election we have,” Jordan said to Fox News host Maria Bartiromo.
“Election for president of the United States, election for who’s going to be the commander-in-chief, and you have a family involved with all kinds of foreign business interests, and we don’t get to hear that story,” Jordan added.