It's absolutely the last thing that Joe Biden needs in the eleventh hour of an election run: a bombshell investigative report exposing Hunter Biden's alleged activities in China that the mainstream 'never Trump' press refused to cover, revealing how the Biden family was compromised by the Communist Party of China.

They already downplayed Hunter Biden's 'laptop from hell,' which President Trump skillfully drew attention to in his closing message during the final presidential debate. And that wasn't even the first red flag, as the trail of evidence goes back years to the Biden family's shameful ties to communist/socialist leaders.

Trump already dropped a bombshell when he revealed how Joe Biden, as vice president, reportedly pushed Ukraine to oust its prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, just as Shokin was about to investigate Burisma Holdings, the natural gas company employing Hunter Biden at that time.

When Hunter Biden joined the board of Burisma, he had no apparent expertise in the field; both the company and Burisma's owner, former Ukrainian government official Mykola Zlochevsky, were already the subject of intense controversy.

Zlochevsky had previously served as a top official for Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, who had been forced out of office in early 2014 chiefly due to rampant corruption. Zlochevsky was also accused of corruption, particularly for steering large government contracts to companies he owned.

Courtesy: thetimes.co.uk

It's certainly no coincidence that Hunter Biden entered the murky world of Ukrainian business at a time when his father was threatening to withhold financial aid to Kiev. The press largely ignored that smoking gun, but the problems just keep on piling up for the Biden clan.

The Bidens might be able to sweep the Ukraine imbroglio for the time being, but they've got a whole lot of explaining to do because Fox News has published documents revealing an FBI subpoena of Hunter Biden's computer and hard drive in connection with a money-laundering investigation.

Related to the money laundering probe, a government official revealed to Fox News that 'there was sufficient evidence to believe that there was criminal conduct.' Furthermore, 'there is a high likelihood that both the laptop and hard drive contain fruits of criminal activity.'

Rudy Giuliani has reportedly turned over a copy of the hard drive to the New Castle County Police Department in Delaware. E-mail messages on the laptop allegedly reveal that Hunter Biden introduced his father to Vadym Pozharskyi, a top executive at Burisma Holdings, less than a year before he pressured government officials in Ukraine to fire Viktor Shokin.

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    With these ugly developments having been brought into the light, the Biden campaign was surely crapping their pants when Trump told his staff that the Wall Street Journal was working on an important piece related to Hunter Biden.

    That article exposed the Biden family's ties not to Ukraine, but China. Tony Bobulinski, formerly the CEO of Shanghai-based conglomerate Sinohawk Holdings (a venture between the Bidens and CEFC China Energy), provided the Wall Street Journal with e-mails and text messages indicating that CEFC was buying Hunter for influence with Vice President Biden.

    CEFC had been closely involved with the Chinese government and military until it went bankrupt due to charges of money laundering. Joe Biden claims he never discussed his son's business, but a May 2017 document shows that Hunter received 20% of the equity in the CEFC venture while another 10% was being held for 'the big guy' – and we all know who that is.

    Courtesy: foxnews.com

    It's amazing and embarrassing to consider that Hunter Biden would be foolish enough to bring his damaged 'laptop from hell' to a computer repair shop owner in Wilmington, Delaware to get the data recovered. Thankfully, the repairman brought the laptop to the FBI, and the rest is history.

    To make matters worse for the Biden campaign, Bobulinski has spoken to the press, saying that Joe Biden was 'plainly familiar at least at a high level' with the Bidens' business plans with the Chinese.

    Worse yet, Bobulinski is handing over the devices with incriminating evidence to the FBI. 'I will be meeting with Senate committee members concerning this matter and I will be providing to the FBI the devices which contain the evidence corroborating what I have said here tonight,' stated Bobulinski.


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      With this watershed event imminent, the evidence is mounting quickly against the Biden family. A May 20, 2017 text exchange recently obtained by Fox News reveals Bobulinski being warned by business partner James Gilliar, 'Don't mention Joe being involved, it's only when u are face to face, I know u know that but they are paranoid.'

      It's as clear as day now: Bobulinski is naming names. He stated outright, 'The reference to 'the Big Guy' in the much publicized May 13, 2017 email is in fact a reference to Joe Biden.  The other 'JB' referenced in that email is Jim Biden, Joe's brother.'

      And feast your eyes on this exchange:

      Courtesy: MikeEmanuelFox

      In this May 20, 2017 text message conversation, Bobulinski sent a message to Gilliar about Hunter ('H') Biden, saying, 'U need to stress to H, does he want to be the reason or factor that blows up his dad's campaign, things need to be done right and protective of that fact.'

      Looks like it's too late now – his dad's campaign has already been 'blown up.' And on top of all that, Christopher Balding, an associate professor at the Peking University HSBC School of Business Shenzhen, recently released an investigative report detailing how Biden was compromised by the Communist Party of China.

      In his report, Balding provides damaging evidence of alleged ties to Communist China, including:

      • Joe Biden's compromising partnership with the Communist Party of China via Yang Jiechi (CPC's Central Foreign Affairs Commission), who met frequently with Biden during his tenure at the Chinese embassy in Washington
      • Hunter Biden's direct line to the Politburo, according to a senior finance professional in China
      • Hunter continues to hold 10% of BHR Partners, which is controlled and funded primarily by large Chinese government-owned shareholders
      • Moreover, Hunter Biden visited China in 2010 and met with major Chinese government financial companies that would later back BHR Partners
      • Hunter's BHR stake, purchased for $400,000, is now likely worth around $50 million

      Balding summed up the crux of the matter in a scathing tweet: 'Hunter Biden is partnered with the Chinese state. Entire investment partnership is Chinese state money from social security fund to China Development Bank. It is actually a subsidiary of the Bank of China. This is not remotely anything less than a Chinese state funded play.'

      To say that the Biden family is compromised and beholden to communist interests would be a major understatement. The barrage of evidence is weighing heavily on the Biden campaign, and in the run-up to the election, it's only bound to get worse as the truth seeps out despite the media's strenuous cover-up efforts.

      Who wins in all of this? As ugly as this situation is, at least the truth will prevail and the public will get access to the information that the press doesn't want you to see – it's bad news for the Bidens but good for America.

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