Biden’s Son Threatened WHO?

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

IRS whistle-blower Gary Shapley referenced a message Hunter Biden allegedly sent to a Chinese official threatening to use his father’s political power to carry out a grudge during his testimony before Congress.

On Thursday (June 22), the Ways and Means Committee released Shapley’s testimony and conducted it on May 26.

The testimony included a message from President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, to Chinese businessman Henry Zhao.

The messages were allegedly obtained from the younger Biden’s iCloud account and were sent to Zhao, who was the CEO and President of Harvest Fund Management.

Shapley’s testimony relayed the WhatsApp messages Hunter Biden sent to Zhao.

In the message, Hunter Biden claims he is sitting beside his father, “and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled.”

Biden asserted in the message that he wanted to “resolve” the issue “now before it gets out of hand,” explaining “now means tonight.”

Biden then warned the Chinese businessman that if he received a call or text “from anyone involved in this other than you, Zhang, or the chairman,” his father, who he described as “the man sitting next to me” and “every person he knows” will cause Zhao to “regret not following my direction.”

Zhao replied that he would call Hunter Biden before Biden asserted that he was sitting with his father and “waiting for the call,” telling the Chinese businessman, who is believed to be connected to the Chinese Communist Party, that what was keeping him from making the call should be “very important.”

According to reporting by The New York Post, Zhao had suggested to Hunter Biden that he could arrange a deal that would put “money directly into our pockets.”