Former prosecutor: ‘overwhelming’ evidence of Joe Biden’s involvement in Hunter’s business deals

The evidence of President Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings is “overwhelming,” former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy said.

The Fox News contributor weighed in on “America Reports” about the recent discovery that then-vice president Biden wrote college recommendation letters for the children of one of Hunter Biden’s Chinese business partners.

“Overwhelming” evidence

A 2017 e-mail from Eric Schwerin, Hunter’s partner at the firm Rosemont Seneca, shows that Vice President Biden wrote letters for the son of Jonathan Li, the CEO of BHR Partners.

The Chinese investment fund, which has ties to the Bank of China, was formed with Rosemont Seneca as a partner in 2013, days after a diplomatic trip that then-vice president Biden took to China. Hunter introduced his father to Li on the trip, and as recently as November, Hunter was a stakeholder in BHR.

Joe also wrote letters for Li’s daughter, the New York Post found. The e-mails are just the latest evidence to contradict President Biden’s long-held assertion that he has kept his political life separate from his family’s financial interests.

Still, when asked Tuesday whether Biden still claims to have never talked business with his son, press secretary Jen Psaki answered, “yes.” McCarthy balked at Psaki’s bold assertion, saying, “There is overwhelming evidence it is false.”

McCarthy said it’s strange that people tied to corrupt regimes where Biden had policy influence, such as China, just so happened to “pour millions of dollars into Hunter Biden’s pockets.”

“The big guy”

Most infamously, Hunter had a lucrative position at a Ukrainian energy company at a time when his father was in charge of the Obama administration’s policy in Ukraine.

The New York Post revealed in October of 2020 that Joe Biden met with an executive from that company, Burisma Holdings, when he was vice president, but the Post’s reporting on Hunter’s notorious laptop was dismissed as “Russian disinformation” by the mainstream media at the time.

Recently, Biden-friendly media outlets such as the Washington Post and New York Times have finally acknowledged that Hunter’s laptop is real, with the Post reporting that Hunter and his uncle netted $4.8 million in a Chinese venture that involved “the big guy,” believed to be Hunter’s father.

McCarthy speculated that the media are suddenly deciding to report on Hunter’s corrupt dealings because they want to get ahead of something big coming out.

“You have to think perhaps that they are now aware that something serious is coming of it, and they didn’t want to be embarrassed by looking like they completely buried the story.”

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