FLASHBACK: Hunter Biden’s Relationship with Chinese Company CECF Involved Joe Biden and a Chinese Honeypot


There’s more to today’s story about VP Joe Biden’s voice message with Hunter Biden regarding a “Chinese Spy” than we reported earlier today.  This story ties back to what TGP reported in 2020 about the Biden’s ties to the Chinese. 

Today a voicemail Joe Biden left with Hunter Biden was in the news.  This voicemail shows that Joe Biden lied when he said he never got involved in Hunter’s business.  We knew then this was a lie.

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But this wasn’t the whole story.  TGP reported on January 5, 2021, that Joe Biden and Hunter were connected with the Chinese and that the Chinese were even giving Hunter talking points on how to deal with President Trump.

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On January 5th we first reported on Hunter Biden’s relationship with a Chinese secretary for the CEO of a large Chinese company.  We also reported on how she acted as a “cutout” between overseas Chinese officials and the Bidens.

Following traditional honeypot tactics, JiaQi was used to sweeten Hunter’s already saccharin-laced business engagement with CEFC. She kept an eye on Hunter from her base in NYC and acted as a cutout between the overseas Chinese officials and the Bidens.

We also knew that JiaQi Bao was intimate with Hunter as another means of keeping an eye on the Bidens.

When the Chinese spy got arrested Hunter freaked out.  This spy guy was too close to Hunter.

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