WATCH: Biden Finally Responds to Evidence That His Family Received Millions From Chinese Company

On St. Patrick’s Day, President Biden finally responded to new evidence uncovered by the Republican-led House Oversight Committee that connects his family to a Chinese energy company that paid millions to the Bidens following Biden’s term as vice president.

As previously reported by the DC Enquirer, banking records recently obtained from the Treasury Department that show millions of dollars being transferred from a Chinese energy firm to members of the Biden family.

The released letter explains that the House Oversight Committee requested these financial records in late February in order to obtain critical information central to the investigation of the Biden family business dealings.

“The Committee recently obtained financial records related to Mr. John Robinson Walker, a Biden family associate, and his company Robinson Walker, LLC,” the committee explains. “Prior to issuing the subpoena, the Committee received information that Mr. Walker used his company to transfer money to Biden family members.”

“From 2015 through 2017, Biden family members and their companies received over $1.3 million in payments from Rob Walker related accounts,” the letter revealed, adding that the records show that Hallie Biden, James Biden, Hunter Biden, and a fourth “unknown” Biden received funds.

“These records prove the Biden family used at least three family members-Hallie Biden, James Biden, and Hunter Biden-and various companies to receive the lucrative payments from Robinson Walker, LLC,” the letter stated, adding two other companies that received funds.

The letter then lays out the various pathways in which the money flowed, ultimately resulting in members of the Biden family receiving millions of dollars.

The majority committee staff write that on March 1, 2017, after Biden had left office two months prior, State Energy HK Limited, a Chinese company, wired $3 million to Robinson Walker, LLC.


The following day, the LLC transferred $1,065,000 to European Energy and Infrastructure Group in Abu Dhabi which was associated with Hunter Biden’s business partner James Gilliar.

In the following three months, members of the Biden family received incremental payments from Robinson Walker, LLC to both personal accounts and business accounts associated with the Bidens, including an account simply labeled “Biden.”

In total, the Biden family received $1,065,692 over the three-month period with James Gilliar’s company receiving roughly the same amount showcasing that each group received roughly a third of the original wire from the Chinese energy company.

In response to these accusations, President Biden gave a simple response: “That’s not true!”

The White House released a statement following the committee’s findings that attacked the committee’s work, however, did not deny the accusation.

“After a disgusting attack lamenting that the President’s deceased son Beau was never prosecuted while he was alive, Congressman Comer has now decided to go after Beau’s widow,” the White House said in reference to a comment House Oversight Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) made earlier this month, as reported by Fox News Digital.

“Instead of bizarrely attacking the President’s family, perhaps House Republicans should focus on working with the President to deliver results for American families on important priorities like lowering costs and strengthening health care,” the White House said.

President Biden will have a number of troubling accusations against him and House Republicans will get to the truth of these payments to better understand how the Biden family used their influence to benefit themselves.

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