Chinese Official Linked To Hunter Biden Convicted On Bribery Charges

( Things are heating up in the Hunter Biden corruption case…it’s just unfortunate this didn’t happen before the November 3 election. The New York Post reported recently how a federal appeals court in New York upheld a bribery conviction against the former chairman of a think tank that was funded by a Chinese energy company that Hunter Biden worked with.

In December, a three-judge panel upheld the conviction of 70-year-old Patrick Ho Chi-ping, who is a former government official from Hong Kong, for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The 2018 conviction involved Ho Chi-ping allegedly trying to bribe officials in Uganda and Chad.

The bribes were allegedly made to help Ho Chi-ping secure oil rights in the nations, as he sought out massive business deals on behalf of CEFC, the large Chinese energy company of which Hunter Biden was heavily tied. The energy company was a big donor of a think tank that Ho Chi-ping served as the principal director of.

If this sounds confusing and shady…that’s because it is.

Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, is currently the focus of a federal criminal investigation relating to his business dealings in China. Joe Biden said repeatedly throughout his presidential campaign that he had no involvement or knowledge of these deals, but former Biden business associate Tony Bobulinski said otherwise in a lengthy interview on Fox News just weeks before the election.

The Post also claims to have obtained documents that show how Hunter Biden reached a deal with Ye Jianming, chairman of CEFC, for half-ownership of a holding company that would give him $10 million per year to make “introductions” that would benefit the energy firm.

And as the son of the vice president…introductions are pretty easy.

Documents obtained from a laptop previously owned by Hunter Biden also suggest that the young Biden pressed Ye to “quickly” wire him the massive sum of $10 million to fund a new business venture, SinoHawk Holdings.

Ho Chi-ping has served 36 months in prison and was deported to Hong Kong in June.

Hunter Biden, meanwhile, seems to have disappeared after only being seen briefly at a celebratory event for Joe Biden, after he claimed to have won the 2020 presidential election.

If Joe Biden becomes the next president on January 20, could he immediately become the most corrupt president in American history?