As Hunter Biden prepares to launch his solo art career, new evidence is emerging by the day that seems to point in the direction of Hunter Biden — and the rest of his family — having an awkward family Christmas dinner this year.
According to Fox News, in a new email recently obtained by the network, a number of Hunter Biden’s former business associates pressured him in a text message to “get Joe involved” in a lucrative deal with Chinese energy firm CEFC in order to appease the Chinese, telling him to make the deal look like a “truly family business.”
The text messages were from 2017 and show a conversation between Hunter Biden and James Gilliar and Tony Bobulinski, among other former associates.
Bobulinski received a text message from Gilliar in May of 2017, in which he talked about the “high stakes” of the deal while telling Bobulinski to inform “H and family” about the deal.
“Man U are right let’s get the company set up, then tell H and family the high stakes and get Joe involved,” Gilliar texted.
Just a month before that text message, Bobulinksi sent a text to Gilliar regarding Jim Biden’s involvement in the deal. Of course, Jim Biden is Joe Biden’s brother.
“What is the deal w Jim Biden as he wasn’t part of the discussion but now seems a focal point,” Bobulinski wrote.
“With H demons, could be good to have a back up, he strengthens our USP to Chinese as it looks like a truly family business, and I like the dude,” Gilliar responded. The “demons” part of the text probably referred to Hunter Biden’s very public and out-of-control drug addiction, among other things.
It very much looks like the two former associates were planning on a backup scenario just in case Hunter Biden went off the rails.
In another extremely interesting text exchange, Gilliar asked Bobulinski to come up with an “A lister.” In his reply, Bobulinski seemed confused about the ask, writing, “A lister?”
Gilliar quickly cleared up any confusion by explaining that he meant a “top person at same level as chairman, who would like to access China or money,” Gilliar replied. “It’s the way it works culturally for them.”
Then the conversation went to the next level just a day later, with Gilliar writing “Think Joe may come Sunday. I’m hoping.”
Bobulinski replied with “Yah I told Jim [Biden] that’s a no brainer if he can make it he should be there.”
Fox News reported that a source made them aware that Joe Biden didn’t attend such a meeting, however, it lends even more credence to the fact that Joe Biden was probably very well aware of his son’s business dealings with the Chinese, even though he’s gone to great lengths to deny that he knew even a single thing.
Biden may very well take over the White House come January 20, but this story isn’t going away anytime soon. It’s only a matter of time before he’s caught in a lie that he can BS his way out of.