Chinese money for Biden ‘doesn’t look good’


March 18, 2023 | 8:39 p.m

CNN news anchor Erin Burnett admitted that evidence revealing the Biden family received more than a million dollars from accounts related to Hunter Biden’s Chinese business deals does not “look good” for the president’s family.

On her CNN show “Erin Burnett OutFront,” Burnett discussed financial records revealing a payment to members of the Biden family by a CCP-linked company.

When Burnett asked her guest Ryan Goodman, co-editor-in-chief of Just Security, about the revelations, she admitted they “do not look good.”

Goodman responded by saying that while nothing “legally damaging” would likely be found in the records, they could be “potentially unethical.”

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky) revealed on Thursday that on March 1, 2017 – just weeks after Joe Biden stepped down as Barack Obama’s vice president – State Energy HK Limited, a company associated with with the Chinese Communist Party-backed energy company CEFC China Energy sending $3 million to Rob Walker, an associate of the Biden family.

Three members of President Biden’s family have received money from the CCP-linked company.
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State Energy HK Limited transferred $3 million to Hunter Biden’s business associate Rob Walker in 2017.
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Walker then went on to distribute the money to a number of Biden aides and members of the Biden family, including Hunter Biden, the president’s brother James Biden and his late son Beau Biden’s widow, Hallie Biden.

CNN didn’t accept that The Post’s information about Hunter Biden’s laptop was real before doing a 180 in August 2022.

The Post exclusively revealed Thursday that Biden’s daughter-in-law Hallie received $35,000 early from a Chinese energy company, according to bank records released by Comer.

“On a certain level, just as a layman, you hear that and it doesn’t sound good,” Burnett said on the show.

Burnett’s comments came during a discussion with her guest Ryan Goodman, co-editor-in-chief of Just Security.

“There is a man called John Robinson Walker. He receives three million dollars from a Chinese space company and proceeds to transfer it to a group of people named Biden, one of whom is Hunter Biden, another is a company that belongs to the president’s brother James Biden, and another sum of money to Beau Biden’s widow , Hallie,” she continued.

“So again, from a layman’s point of view, it doesn’t look good,” she continued, before asking Goodman if he thought the recordings were “damaging as a matter of law.”

“Not necessarily legal damages, because when I look at all the facts set out in the four-page memo, it looks potentially unethical,” he replied. “But it’s hard to square it with any illegality or crime.”

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