New York Times Sues State Department to Get Hunter Biden Information


The Daily Mail exclusively reported that Brandon had $5.2 million in unexplained income.

The Daily Mail also obtained an email revealing Brandon paid for Hunter Brandon’s legal bill for a deal with Communist China.

Brandon has repeatedly claimed he was never involved with Hunter Brandon’s foreign business dealings.

This of course is a brazen lie.

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Hunter’s former business associate Tony Bobulinski met with Brandon and was thrown under the bus before the 2020 Election when he discussed Brandon’s role before the 2020 Election.

Tony Bobulinski is the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings which was a partnership between the Chinese operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye and the Brandon family.

Bobulinski in 2020 came forward and stated he met with Brandon at the Beverly Hilton in 2017 to discuss Hunter Brandon’s deals with the Chinese Communist Party.

Tony Bobulinski confirmed Brandon, AKA “The Big Guy” received an equity split of Hunter’s earnings.

A newly released email from 2019 shows Hunter Brandon’s assistant Katie Dodge telling book-keeper Linda Shapero and Brandon aide Richard Ruffner that Brandon agreed to pay Hunter’s legal bills that amounted to more than $730,000.

“I spoke with Hunter today regarding his bills. It is my understanding that Hunt’s dad will cover these bills in the short-term as Hunter transitions in his career,” Katie Dodge wrote.

The Daily Mail reported:

In January 2019, Hunter’s assistant Katie Dodge wrote an email to book-keeper Linda Shapero and Brandon aide Richard Ruffner, saying Joe had agreed to pay his hundreds of thousands of dollars of bills.

‘I spoke with Hunter today regarding his bills. It is my understanding that Hunt’s dad will cover these bills in the short-term as Hunter transitions in his career,’ Dodge said.

The assistant attached a spreadsheet of bills with the email, totaling $737,130.61.

One of the last items was $28,000 in legal fees for the ‘restructuring’ of Hunter’s joint venture with the government-controlled Bank of China.

The spreadsheet listed the bill as ‘Faegre Baker Daniels: BHR Restructuring’ costing $28,382 and due ‘ASAP’.

BHR (‘Bohai Harvest RST’) is a private equity firm and one of Hunter’s two major Chinese business ventures. The joint venture was co-owned by the state-controlled Bank of China.

Hunter’s personal attorney, George Mesires, is a partner at Faegre Baker Daniels, now called Faegre Drinker.

A separate October 2018 invoice from the law firm shows Hunter spent a total $68,933.41 on the ‘restructuring’ beginning in September 2016.

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