This is revealed in a 2017 email from a top official with a Chinese energy firm. The email is provided by a whistleblower to U.S. Senate investigators and demonstrates the terms of an agreement included officials with the firm giving a $5 million non-secured, forgivable loan to the Biden “family.”
The email was sent to SinoHawk Holdings CEO Tony Bobulinski and shows how a top official with CEFC Energy offered to wire $10 million into an account to begin operations.
And it also shows that $5 million worth of the amount would be a non-secured forgivable loan to the “BD Family,” which means the Biden family.
CEFC Energy is a bankrupt and defunct energy company based in China.
Pro-Trump observers say this would constitute significant leverage the Chinese energy company officials would have over the Biden family.
The email says that $5 million loan is “interest free” and asks how that $5 million would be used.
It also asks if the money is used up, whether CEFC should lend more money to the Biden family.
The email is linked to a story the New York Post revealed last week. The story was blocked by Facebook and Twitter or its reach on Facebook and Twitter were limited. This is the first time in American media history that a story is blocked.
Pro-Trump campaign says the big tech companies are campaigning for Biden and are hiding stories related to the scandal which involves Biden’s son, Hunter.
The New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop emails showed how Biden associates intended to use the cash from the Chinese investors.
An e-mail to Hunter Biden’s partner from a top Chinese official on July 26, 2017 shows the Chinese energy company CEFC proposed a $5 million “interest-free” loan to the Biden family “based on their trust on [Biden] family[.]”
“Should CEFC keep lending more to the family?” pic.twitter.com/MGFizPqOdm
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) October 22, 2020