Biden Secretary of State Pick Caught on Hunter’s Laptop, Linked To China!
- Tony Blinken, the Biden administration’s nominee for Secretary of State, managed a Joe Biden project that received millions of anonymous Chinese donor dollars.
- Blinken appeared a handful of times in emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop agreeing to advise Hunter Biden when Hunter worked at the scandal-plagued firm Rosemont Seneca Partners.
- The Obama State Department set up a meeting between Hunter and Blinken which was postponed, and the two met two months later in 2015.
Hunter Biden coordinated introductions between Blinken and his associates, and Blinken was named in an email in connection to a shady prospective deal involving the federal government and Amtrak, a company that previously had Hunter Biden on its board.
NATIONAL FILE, which obtained most of the contents of Hunter’s laptop, features the most relevant Tony Blinken-Hunter Biden emails are inside the link below
Hunter Biden Received An Email About An Amtrak Deal In 2017 That Named Blinken
Blinken wrote to Hunter agreeing to a meeting with a Hunter associate, October 3, 2012
November 2012, Hunter tried to set up a meeting for his associate with Blinken
Meeting in May 2015: The Obama State Department actually SETS UP the meeting for Hunter with Blinken at the State Department. This meeting reportedly did not occur supposedly due to Beau Biden’s death, even though Beau died three days after the meeting was scheduled, but Hunter met with Blinken in July 2015.
May 2015, Hunter’s assistant at Rosemont Seneca discusses the scheduled Blinken meeting
Hunter schedules a meeting in July 2015. This meeting did occur
Naomi Biden Wanted to Go To China for a forum in 2019. Biden thought it was a “great opportunity” but Blinken said no
July 2011, Hunter Tells An Acquaintance to Inform Blinken That They Are Friends
More @ Source: Twitter
BUSTED: Biden Secretary of State pick Tony Blinken caught in emails on Hunter's Laptop, managed Biden project that received MASSIVE anonymous Chinese funding
Blinken nod goes to Senate Foreign Relations Committee Monday. But BIG ISSUES must be addressedhttps://t.co/UocQXDeuGX
— Patrick Howley (@HowleyReporter) January 25, 2021