Biden’s Brother Lied!?

Joe Biden

( – Backpedaling on his initial statements after being faced with solid evidence, James Biden was revealed to be lying to Congress over allegations that directly challenged his claims.

While speaking behind closed doors to the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees, the younger Biden brother at first denied any involvement in a business dealing that included Hunter Biden and a few of his business partners.

But when confronted with a document signed by himself, Hunter and others, James shifted his stance and admitted he did not recall signing it.

The business arrangement under scrutiny was a planned collaboration with SinoHawk and CEFC China Energy Limited, a company linked to the Chinese Communist Party.

SinoHawk was supposed to be half-owned by Hudson West IV, a front managed by CEFC envoy Gongwen Dong, with the remaining half owned by Oneida Holdings LLC.

Tony Bobulinski shared during his testimony to congressional investigators that this entity was made up of LLCs overseen by Hunter Biden, James Biden and others, which was corroborated by documents the Senate Judiciary Committee got hold of.

James also mentioned he threw away a diamond Hunter gave him for appraisal, which was a gift Hunter initially received from CEFC’s Chairman Ye Jianming as a sweetener to encourage business with CEFC.

Bobulinski informed the FBI in 2020 that Oneida was expected to receive a $5 million unsecured potentially forgivable loan from CEFC or an affiliated entity. An October 2022 letter from Senator Chuck Grassley revealed that this commitment had not been fulfilled by July 2017, which frustrated Hunter and James Biden.

Further, a WhatsApp message from Hunter Biden to a CEFC-affiliated Chinese business contact on July 30, 2017, revealed that Hunter used his father’s presence to pressure the Chinese to fulfill the commitment.

However, investigations by Republican legislators unveiled that Hunter and James Biden benefited from a $5 million wire from a CEFC-related company in August 2017.

Rather than going to SinoHawk, these funds were sent to Hudson West III, which is a venture formed by the Bidens and CEFC. Following transactions funneled money to Hunter’s Owasco and James’s Lion Hall Group.