Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, continues to be a frequent subject of scandalous business dealings that have reached dozens of countries on five continents.
Tens of thousands of documents found on a laptop computer that Hunter left abandoned in a repair shop have become a mine of new information about his shady business dealings, as investigated by The Daily Wire and reported on May 18.
Reports indicate that those billion-dollar deals spread across the globe also involved his late brother, Beau, his father Joe, and even his uncle Jim.
Business in Mexico
In one of Jim Biden’s letters to his nephew, he mentions the possibility of paying for brokering an “oil deal” with Carlos Slim, Mexico’s richest man, and also flatters him at length.
“Have a very real deal with Pemex (Carlos Slim) needs financing literally for a few days to a week. Have the seller (refinery /slims) and buyer major being delivered from pipeline in ( h/ USA) Nothing is simple but this comes very close,” Jim wrote to him.
Business in Greece
In Greece, Hunter had his contact, David C. Wittig, who wrote to him in 2014 regarding a railroad purchase involving a minister of that country.
“Hunter, The Romanians are rightfully asking that you do not object to having you name appear in the letter (I sent to you yesterday) that informally discusses the consortium.” In the reply, Hunter approved the use of his name.
Wittig was a Wall Street banker convicted of 39 counts of conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering, and circumvention of internal controls, which were overturned in 2007.
Business in Zimbabwe and other countries
On the other hand, Hunter delegated to his uncle Jim an opportunity to mine gold and diamonds in Zimbabwe, according to proposals sent by one Bill McManus in 2018, The Daily Wire reported.
Thus, the list of countries includes Taiwan with secrecy required to be given the political implications with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
In Colombia, Hunter’s contact declared himself a friend of former guerrilla member and now politician Gustavo Petro and wrote to him, “this could be very important for our business there.”
One after the other, the countries in which Hunter intervened appeared in the documents: Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Panama, Oman, the Caribbean islands Antilles and Bahamas, Kuwait, and Serbia. However, its largest revenues came from Ukraine and China.
Business in China
These international relationships were facilitated by Hunter Biden’s free access to the Obama administration and ambassadors.
Despite President Biden’s promise as a candidate to his constituents that his family members would not have foreign business dealings, Hunter still maintains some of his investments in China.
He would own at least ten percent in a private equity firm with ties to the Communist Party of China (CCP), despite having promised in 2019 that he would sell his share in the company, and his father also pledged on this aspect.
“No one in my family will have an office in the White House, will sit in on meetings as if they are a cabinet member, will, in fact, have any business relationship with anyone that relates to a foreign corporation or a foreign country,” candidate Joe Biden told voters.