Hunter Biden became an issue in last year’s presidential campaign after the New York Post ran a story about material found in a laptop that he abandoned at a Delaware computer store.
The latter is something that New York Post columnist Miranda Devine details in her forthcoming book called “Laptop From Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tries to Hide.”
Author says Joe Biden was secretly tied to Chinese billionaire
The Post published an excerpt from the book on Sunday, and among other things it details how the chairman of a Chinese energy conglomerate once gave Hunter Biden a 3.16-carat diamond estimated to be worth $80,000.
Another except put forward an even more shocking claim: that emails found on Biden’s laptop show his father expected a 10 percent kickback on business dealings with the Chinese.
One email sent on discussed the ownership structure of Oneida Holdings LLC, a Delaware-based company that was created by Biden associate Tony Bobulinski.
The firm was to take a 50 percent share in an SinoHawk Holdings LLC, with the other half being owned by Ye Jianming, a Chinese billionaire who headed CEFC China Energy.
10 percent share held for “the big guy”
It stated that Hunter Biden would hold a 20 percent stake in Oneida and other 20 percent was to be held by Bobulinski. It also specified a share would be taken by “Jim,” an apparent reference to Joe Biden’s brother, while 10 percent would be “held by H for the big guy.”
During a 2020 interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson, Bobulinski said that “H” referred to Hunter Biden while “the big guy” was his father.
“In that email, there’s a statement where they go through the equity, Jim Biden’s referenced as, you know, 10 percent,” Bobulinski explained.
“It doesn’t say Biden, it says Jim. And then it has 10% for the big guy held by H. I, 1,000%, sit here and know that the big guy is referencing Joe Biden.”
“It’s, that’s crystal clear to me because I lived it,” Bobulinski went on to insist, adding, “I met with the former vice president in person multiple times.”