Hunter Biden’s business dealings were so shady, his partner cut ties: Report

While Democrats stand ready to impeach Donald Trump, the real scandal lies in the Biden family.

Dems want to impeach Trump for a phone call, but the fact is: even one of Hunter Biden’s own business partners later decided that he didn’t want to be associated with him, according to a report from One America News Network.

The Rosemont Seneca Partners

You would think it would be a conflict of interest for the sons of high-ranking administration officials to be in business together, raking in billions from other countries, right? Well, that is exactly what was happening during the Obama administration.

While Biden was serving as the vice president, Hunter Biden started a company, known as Rosemont Seneca Partners, with two of his buddies. Those included Biden’s longtime friend Devon Archer, as well as Chris Heinz, the son of Sen. John Heinz, who died in a plane accident in 1991. In 1995, Heinz’s mother remarried to John Kerry, a then-senator who later became Barack Obama’s secretary of State.

For his part, Joe Biden maintains that everything with this business and his son’s other dealings was on the up-and-up, and he maintains that he and his son never discussed Hunter’s business dealings while he was in office. But that’s hard to believe, especially considering some of the decisions that were made during the Obama administration.

Something Shady Going On

While the United States was creating policy with China, Hunter and co. were meeting with some of the most powerful financiers in the country — even though their firm was brand new, something that normally would not be possible. Even shadier is the fact that when Biden traveled to Asia in 2013, Hunter Biden accompanied him.

In fact, Hunter even accompanied his father to several events, including meetings with several high-ranking Chinese officials. Less than two weeks later, a deal was brokered between Hunter Biden’s company and the Bank of China to the tune of $1 billion.

There is also a problem with Ukraine. Joe Biden himself admitted that he told Ukraine officials that if they did not fire their head prosecutor, they would not get the aid check the United States had promised them.

Biden used the guise that he did not believe the prosecutor was being tough enough in investigating Mykola Zlochevsky, who at the time was the head of Ukraine’s natural resources ministry. But he didn’t tell anyone that same prosecutor was involved in an investigation of Burisma Holdings, a company his son was working with.

Not only did Joe Biden reportedly want the prosecutor fired, but he also wanted the United States to put its stamp of approval on his replacement. And it seems he got his wish: the prosecutor was fired, a Biden-approved replacement was put in place, and the new prosecutor dropped the case against Burisma Holdings.

Meanwhile, the company’s dealings were so shady that Chris Heinz reportedly sent an email to his stepfather, then the secretary of State, to distance himself from Hunter Biden and cut ties with what very much looked like a conflict of interest.

Now, that might be called a whistleblower complaint if we didn’t know better — so why was this buried and not investigated during the Obama administration? Sadly, I think we all know the answer to that.

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