- Hunter Biden admits to receiving over $600,000 from a CCP-backed company, challenging President Biden's claims.
- Hunter pleaded not guilty after his proposed plea deal was rejected for being too lenient.
- Hunter's courtroom admission contradicts previous denials of his family's financial involvement with China.
On a typical Wednesday, Hunter Biden found himself in the midst of a federal courtroom, revealing the once concealed information that he indeed received over $600,000 from a company having strong ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This admission starkly contradicts President Biden's unwavering insistence that no member of his family has ever "profited from China."
Stepping into the Delaware federal court for the first time, Hunter pleaded not guilty. The preceding plea deal he'd agreed to was discarded by Judge Maryellen Noreika, deeming it too lenient, much to the agreement of the Republican party.
The prosecution elucidated in the proposed plea agreement that Hunter accumulated $664,000 from a Chinese infrastructure investment company. This was corroborated by Hunter during his court appearance, confirming his earnings from a company, Hudson West, he founded in 2017 alongside the chairman of the CCP-supported CEFC.
Upon being queried about the identity of his partner, Hunter replied with the name of Yi Jianming, the chairman of the Chinese energy company CEFC. His earnings of $664,000, he admitted, originated from a Chinese infrastructure investment company, believed to be CEFC.
Fox News Digital previously aired a story in 2020, revealing an email of Hunter extending an invitation to Zhao Runlong of CEFC, with a request to translate his message to Chairman Ye, expressing his eagerness to meet the Chairman. Such correspondence further strengthens the apparent contradiction to President Biden's claim of his family's non-involvement in financial matters with China.
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