Senate report shows Hunter Biden received millions of dollars from Chinese businesses
By Arsenio Toledo // Dec 20, 2020

A report by the United States Senate has found that Hunter Biden, the only remaining son of Democratic nominee Joe Biden, received millions of dollars from his financial dealings with Chinese businesses.


This revelation came as a five-page addendum to a Senate investigation into Hunter Biden's overseas business dealings. The addendum focuses on John Robinson Walker, a former federal official described as being a "longtime business associate" of Hunter's. Walker was previously accused of warning another of Biden's business associates to not go public with what he knows regarding their commercial dealings.

According to the report, Walker – who also worked under the administrations of former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush – sent two wire transfers of $3 million into the bank account of Robinson Walker, LLC. Walker is the sole owner of this shell corporation.

These two bank transfers came from State Energy HK Ltd., a company based out of Shanghai that "provides electricity distribution services" to Hong Kong.

The report says that they do not know the exact purpose behind the transactions, and they are unsure of where that money will end up going. However, it does show that there is a direct link between Hunter Biden and the communist government of China through Hunter's close business relationship with Walker. (Related: Smoking gun email from Hunter Biden proves that daddy Joe was in on the China deals.)

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Senate report reveals connection between Hunter Biden and Chinese oligarch, including even more cash transfers

When the bank transfers took place, State Energy HK was closely affiliated with CEFC Infrastructure Investment, a company under the Chinese conglomerate CEFC China Energy, which is owned and controlled by Chinese oligarch Ye Jianming.

Ye was taken into custody by Chinese authorities in early 2018 and has since disappeared, but is still listed as being the chairman of CEFC China Energy. Before his forced disappearance he had close ties with the Chinese Communist Party's military as well as with their intelligence services.

According to the Senate report, Hunter Biden's law firm, Owasco, accepted over $5 million in consulting fees and legal representation from Ye through a series of wire transfers. The report reads:

On Aug. 8, 2017, CEFC Infrastructure Investment wired $5 million to the bank account for Hudson West III. These funds may have originated from a loan issued from the account of a company called Northern International Capital Holdings, a Hong Kong-based investment company identified at one time as a "substantial shareholder" in CEFC International Limited along with Ye.

While the Senate Finance Committee and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee that conducted the investigation was unable to figure out whether Hunter Biden personally handled the account of Hudson West III, they did find out that, on the same day Northern International Capital Holdings sent $5 million to West's account, West immediately began sending frequent payments to Owasco.

These payments were described as "consulting fees," and within a span of a year West's account sent nearly $4.8 million to Owasco.

Another million was initially transferred to Owasco but was refunded after the law firm claimed that it was in relation to the firm representing an associate of Ye named Patrick Ho, a Hong Kong Pro-Beijing politician who was convicted of money laundering and international bribery in 2019.

Hunter Biden indicated that that extra $1 million should have gone to the law firms Dechert LLP and Krieger Kim & Lewin LLP who supposedly actually represented Ho.

While Hunter Biden's refunded $1 million of the over $5 million given to them by Northern International, the Senate report further highlights that, just a few days after these initial transactions, between Aug. 14, 2017, to Aug. 3, 2018, Owasco sent 20 wire transfers totaling nearly $1.4 million to Lion Hall Group, a consulting firm that lists James and Sara Biden – brother and sister-in-law of Joe Biden – on the bank account.

The Senate report flagged these wire transfers as a potentially criminal financial activity. These transfers had vague notes on the memo line. Fifteen of them simply stated that they were for "further credit" to James Biden. The memo line of one transfer read "HW3," which indicated that it was a payment to the Bidens from Hudson West III.

When the bank used by James and Sara Biden called them regarding their concerns over the legality of the wire transfers, Sara told them that Lion Hall Group was assisting Owasco with "an international client" by providing business consulting services. When the bank asked for further confirmation, Sara refused, and also refused to provide any additional information regarding the wire transfers. They then had the account closed.

West also sent one wire transfer directly to Lion Hall Group. According to the Senate report, James B. Biden received a total of $76,746.15 from West between Jan. and Oct. 2018.

All these wire transfers show the elaborate threads that connect Hunter Biden and the rest of the Biden family with Chinese corporations and oligarchs. Learn more about the corruption prevalent in the family of the Democratic nominee by reading the latest articles at

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