Chinese government-backed Bohai Harvest RST is trying to find a way to justify giving Hunter Biden, who had no experience, $1.5 billion to invest just twelve days after Hunter visited China with Creepy Joe. China does not want this to become a big deal because they own Joe Biden and would love to see him become president so they can return to trading unfairly with the United States. It will be a tough row to hoe for the Chinese. As Peter Schweizer, senior contributor at Breitbart News, revealed in his bestselling book — Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends, the close ties between Biden and the Chinese that mirrors the deal Hunter got from the Ukraine.
Bohai Harvest RST (BHR), a private equity firm bankrolled by the Chinese government, is weighing how and if it should explain its relationship with Hunter Biden, the youngest son of former Vice President Joe Biden.
The company, which is one of China’s largest mutual fund management firms, told the South China Morning Post it was “working to produce an explanation” about the younger Biden’s “role.” The announcement comes as BHR has found itself under scrutiny after President Donald Trump called for the Chinese government to investigate its ties to the Biden family.
Trump, who is facing an impeachment inquiry in Congress for suggesting Ukraine launch a similar probe into Hunter Biden’s dealings in the eastern European country, in particular has noted the timing of BHR’s creation could have posed a conflict of interest with Joe Biden’s duties as vice president.
The timing of the lucrative deal has been brought into question as it came only 12 days after Hunter visited China with his father aboard Air Force Two. Officially, the then-vice president was visiting the country amid escalating tensions over islands in the South China Sea and decided to bring his granddaughter and son along. In a March 2018 interview with Breitbart News Tonight, however, Schweizer detailed the political machinations that preceded Hunter Biden’s $1.5 billion venture with China:
“In December of 2013, Vice President Joe Biden flies to Asia for a trip, and the centerpiece for that trip is a visit to Beijing, China. To put this into context, in 2013, the Chinese have just exerted air rights over the South Pacific, the South China Sea. They basically have said, ‘If you want to fly in this area, you have to get Chinese approval. We are claiming sovereignty over this territory.’ Highly controversial in Japan, in the Philippines, and in other countries. Joe Biden is supposed to be going there to confront the Chinese. Well, he gets widely criticized on that trip for going soft on China. For basically not challenging them, and Japan and other countries are quite upset about this.”