Bestselling Book Lifts Veil On Biden’s Big Money Deals With China

Everyone paying attention can clearly see the obvious financial collusion between Joe and Hunter Biden and top Chinese companies directly linked with the Communist Party (CCP.) However, no one knew the Biden family was this corrupt.

A new book claims the Biden family earned $31 million from five deals involving people with direct ties to Chinese intelligence.

Hunter Biden partnered with multiple financiers with direct ties to the Chinese spy network, according to Peter Schweizer’s “Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win,” which is now a New York Times bestseller.

The dealings occurred during and after Joe Biden’s time as vice president and included the former head of China’s ministry of state security and the head of foreign intelligence recruitment.

Schweizer claims in his book that some of the business relationships between the Bidens remain intact to this day.

The Chinese communists saw a financial relationship with the Bidens as an opening for “elite capture.” Hunter Biden got meetings and major deals with people at the highest levels of the Chinese government and financial institutions, and in return, the Chinese would leverage the Bidens’ power for their interests.

Hunter Biden’s business dealings in China have been scrutinized after the New York Post in October 2020 revealed that a laptop left at a repair shop contained a trove of emails detailing controversial foreign business dealings.

On Friday, Rep. James Comer, the leading Republican on the House Oversight Committee, said it was now a matter of national security that the National Archives release any information related to Hunter’s alleged involvement with business dealings in China.

Fox Business obtained emails showing Hunter Biden and a former top Biden aide invested in a company with ties to the Chinese Communist Party.


Also, a Chinese mogul reportedly gave Hunter Biden an expensive gem and offered $30 million in a bid to seal a deal with a Chinese-government-linked energy consortium to expand its business around the world.

In his book, Schweizer says a tycoon named Che Feng, dubbed “the super chairman,” is a central figure in Hunter Biden’s dealings.

Che has been described in Western media as “a shadowy and discreet investor,” whose business partner was the vice minister of state security.

Meanwhile, upon the release of the contents of Hunter’s laptop, Big Tech giants and establishment media outlets scrambled to censor any reporting before the 2020 election.

Tweets were blocked and liberal pundits routinely decried any stories on Biden family corruption as “misinformation.”

Author: Elizabeth Tierney