The five-page publication concentrates on former federal official John Robinson “Rob” Walker, who’s described as a “longtime business associate” of Hunter Biden.
Walker has also been charged with warning Tony Bobulinski, who was formerly a business partner of both Walker and Hunter Biden, not to go public with data about their commercial affairs.
“Ah, Tony, you’re just going to bury all of us, man,” Walker said, according to Bobulinski.
Walker, who handled jobs under then-presidents Bill Clinton — for whom he was also a key campaign assistant — and George W. Bush, is the single owner of Robinson Walker LLC, according to Thursday’s report, which mentions a May 21, 2017, WhatsApp message provided by Bobulinski.
The pages also say classified records supposedly reveal that a pair of $3 million wire transfers were put in a Robinson Walker bank account on Feb. 23, 2017, and March 1, 2017, by Shanghai-based State Energy HK Ltd.
The classified data note that it’s “unclear what the true purpose is behind these transactions and who the ultimate beneficiary is,” according to the report from the Senate’s Finance Committee and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
But the report calls the cash transfers “a direct link between Walker and the communist Chinese government and, because of his close association with Hunter Biden, yet another tie between Hunter Biden’s financial arrangements and the communist Chinese government.”
At the time the money was transferred, State Energy HK “was affiliated with CEFC China Energy, which was under the leadership of Ye Jianming,” who seemingly had links to China’s military and data before he was detained and disappeared in early 2018.
Emails and other documents released last month by Bobulinski reveal that he, Walker, Hunter Biden and Joe Biden’s brother, Jim Biden, were among the associates in a company called Oneida Holdings.
Oneida struck a deal to proceed with “global and/or domestic” projects including “infrastructure, energy, financial services and other strategic sectors” to be funded by another company examined by Ye and another CEFC executive, according to the reports.
But the intended collective investment was never funded by CEFC and never completed any plans, it was reported, mentioning people familiar with the matter.
After publishing his records, Bobulinski appeared on Fox News and charged Walker of trying to suppress him — and also claimed that Joe Biden secretly held a 10 percent share in Oneida.
“I’ll leave that to the American people to answer that,” Bobulinksi said.