Former Hunter Biden Associate's Claims Challenge Biden's Account On Son's Business Dealings

By Tommy Wilson | Thursday, 15 February 2024 04:10 PM
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Rob Walker, a former business associate of Hunter Biden, has recently testified before the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, stating that President Joe Biden had no involvement in his son's business activities.

This statement, however, appears to contradict Walker's previous claims made to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 2020.

According to a transcript of Walker's testimony released on Tuesday, he told the committee on January 26 that Joe Biden, "while in office or as a private citizen, was never involved in any business activities we pursued." This assertion seems to conflict with Walker's comments to the FBI in December 2020, when he indicated that Joe Biden had participated in meetings related to his son's business interests.

In his 2020 conversation with the FBI, which was recorded unbeknownst to him, Walker responded affirmatively to an agent's question about whether there were instances where Joe Biden was involved in meetings with foreign business interests while in office. However, in his recent testimony, Walker seemed to reverse his stance.

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"I certainly don't recall Hunter setting up with a meeting with his dad," Walker told the committee on January 26. "No business associates that I would know of did he ever set up any meetings with Hunter or with his father."

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Walker also addressed his 2020 conversation with the FBI, stating that he was prompted to speak more but didn't have the opportunity. He further explained that it was not uncommon for Joe Biden to attend various events and occasions involving family members, but he insisted that Hunter had never arranged any business meetings with his father.

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In both his recent testimony and his 2020 conversation with the FBI, Walker referred to a 2017 meeting at the Four Seasons in Washington, D.C., which included himself, Hunter Biden, and several businessmen from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-linked energy firm, CEFC China Energy. Walker stated that Joe Biden briefly "stopped by" the meeting, but no business was discussed in his presence.

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Shortly after this meeting, a company tied to CEFC wired $3 million to Walker's LLC, which then distributed approximately $1 million to Hunter Biden and other members of the Biden family. Walker described the timing of these transactions as merely coincidental during his January 26 testimony.

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Throughout the 2020 election cycle and as recently as August 2023, Joe Biden and his representatives have consistently maintained that he never discussed business matters with his son. Hunter Biden echoed this sentiment in December 2023, stating that his father was never "financially involved" in his business affairs.

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However, a growing body of circumstantial evidence suggests that Joe Biden may have been more involved in his son's business dealings than he has admitted. Tony Bobulinski, another former business associate of Hunter Biden, offered a contrasting perspective in his opening statement to the House Oversight and Accountability Committee on Tuesday.

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"The Chinese Communist Party through its surrogate, China Energy Company Limited, or 'CEFC' – a CCP-linked Chinese energy conglomerate – successfully sought to infiltrate and compromise Joe Biden and the Obama-Biden White House," Bobulinski told lawmakers. "Joe Biden was more than a participant in and beneficiary of his family’s business; he was an enabler, despite being buffered by a complex scheme to maintain plausible deniability."

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