Hunter’s escapades as the big guy’s bagman

His word as a Biden!

The best part about a sworn deposition is that as a reader, you can take the full measure of the witness.

Meet Hunter Biden, on page 117 of his closed-door testimony to the Congressional committee last week.

“Here’s what I am. I’m both an attorney, a businessman, and a concerned citizen. That’s what I am.”

He forgot to mention that he is also a crackhead and an admitted bagman for “the big guy.”

Let’s begin with his infamous 2017 shakedown of the Red Chinese businessman. That’s the one when Hunter says he’s sitting next to the big guy and where the bleep is the $5 million payoff the family is supposed to have already gotten?

You’ve read parts of this text, where Hunter tells the Chinese guy that if he doesn’t get the money – tonight! – “I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction.”

This is on page 104. I’d read that part of the text, but what he continued to say was new to me. Again, this is all in Hunter’s own words, read into the record:

“All too often people mistake kindness for weakness, and all too often I’m standing over the top of them, saying, I warned you.”

He warned the guy? In other words, this is a nice place you got here and it would be a shame if something bad was to happen to it. Hunter continues:

“From this moment until whenever he reaches me. It’s 9:45 a.m. here and I assume 9:45 p.m. there. So his night is running out.”

The Red Chinese being shaken down responds, “Copy. I will call you on WhatsApp.”

Hunter: “Okay, my friend. I’m sitting here, waiting for the call, with my father. I sure hope whatever you are doing is very, very, very important.”

That is one bold shakedown. The $5 million wire transfer arrived within 10 days. But in his deposition, Hunter had an explanation. He sent the text to the wrong Zhao, not the one they’d shaken down.

Still, the money arrived, even though the extortionate threat was sent to the wrong guy.

“Which I think is the best indication of how out of my mind I was at this moment in time…. I am more embarrassed of this text message, if it actually did come from me, than any text message I’ve ever sent… I was out of my mind. I was an absolute ass.”

But he still won’t admit that he sent it! And his excuse is, he was stoned, an absolute ass.

Maybe you were wondering about his $142,000 hybrid sports car that just somehow arrived. It was paid for a Kazakh businessman, through several different channels, all of which were totally legit.

“The money for the car came from Devon Archer from Rosemont Seneca Bohai… I do not know exactly how it was purchased, but the car was purchased. I took possession of a car.”

Note the passive voice. He didn’t purchase the car. It was purchased, with funds from one of his companies named Rosemont that had been wired from a company named Novatus.

“I don’t know what Novatus is…. It was payment. It was a cockamamie way to do it, but that’s what my understanding was.”

Well, that certainly clears that up. Next, what about that $80,000 diamond that was delivered to your hotel room in Red China by the businessman from the CCP-controlled energy company?

“It relates to the business culture in China, I can say that, when I first received the diamond, I thought it was an extravagant gift… It’s commonplace to exchange gifts at the beginning of any relationship and introduction.”

Really. And the Biden Crime Family did reciprocate. They gave the Red a bottle of Scotch. Sounds fair!

Let’s move on to the $3 million in March 2017 from State Energy HK Limited. The questioner asked Hunter how it was “disbursed?”

“What do you mean, ‘disbursed?’”

Then they asked him, why wasn’t this funny money “disbursed” from your own personal bank account to your uncle and your girlfriend, who was also your sister-in-law? Instead, you had your cut-out, er company, send out the cash?

Hunter: “A real easy answer. Because, despite the fact that I certainly didn’t look it, is that I sometimes can be oxymoronically cheap. It’s to save on two wire transfers.”

Oxymoronically cheap?

How does all this cash from sinister foreign nationals just keep flowing in to people who don’t actually do anything, like for instance that $65,000 a month for five years from the Ukrainian energy company Burisma?

“You guys have gone out and said I had no credibility!” Hunter answered on page 78. “I just read you my resume! I’d put my resume up against any one of you, in terms of my responsibility. I don’t know anyways that was – at that time I was teaching the number one-rated course at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service… I literally was on 17 – like, 12 different boards. I only listed like, you know, 10 of them.”

Okay, then, let’s go back to August 2017 and the $5 million you pocketed from a company called Northern International Capital.

“I did not – I did not personally get a $5 million deposit. It went into an LLC, which was a joint venture between my entity, Oswaco PC and Hudson West III….”

Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida again asked him what “value” he brought to Burisma for $65,000 a month for five years. To which Hunter answered:

“I would love to, again, read you the entirety of my resume.”

No, Gaetz said, he didn’t want to hear about Hunter’s resume again – this time Hunter claimed he was on 13 boards. Yes, Gaetz pressed, but how exactly did you earn that $65,000 a month from the Ukrainians who are now getting billions from the big guy?

“By serving on the board in a transparent and ethical way, providing the best advice that I could give.”

Wink wink nudge nudge.

This is what it’s like to be the big guy’s bagman. You get some more cash from a Communist and you say, no, it wasn’t a payoff, it was a “loan,” and it was paid back, dammit, by giving the sinister Red his “equity interest” in another company, “and part of that arm’s length transaction is the assumption of that loan….”

To sum it up, as Hunter does on page 57:

“My whole life has been this.”

His word as a Biden!

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