Life Site News.com ——-By Dorothy Cummings McLean————- Mon., Dec.14, 2020
Kamala Harris was listed as a key business contact by Joe Biden’s brother Jim in his dealings with a Chinese company.
Jim Biden, who with his nephew Hunter Biden and their associates founded a company called SinoHawk Holdings, sent an email to Hunter, James Gilliar, Tony Bobulinski, and Rob Walker listing “key domestic contacts” for their joint venture with the now-bankrupt CEFC China Energy Company on May 15, 2017.
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Joe Biden’s future running mate Kamala Harris was mentioned in the email alongside such Democratic Party bigwigs as Governor Andrew Cuomo, then-Commissioner Howard Zemsky, and Senator Chuck Schumer of New York State; New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Maria Torres-Springer, the then-President of New York City Economic Development Corporation; then-Governor Terry MacAuliffe of Virginia; and then-Senator Al Frankin of Minnesota.
Harris appeared in a list of California contacts, including then-Governor Jerry Brown, whom Jim Biden marked as a “long-time friend”; Senator Dianne Feinstein; and then-Mayor of San Francisco, current Governor of California Gavin Newsom. Jim Biden described Newsom as “Hunter’s friend.”
News of this email was first published by Fox News on October 22.
Hunter Biden is currently under federal investigation for his tax affairs. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware is examining whether or not Hunter Biden and his business partners violated tax or money-laundering laws in their foreign interests, especially in China.
Although the mainstream media has focused on questions regarding the Biden family’s business arrangements with China, and the extent to which the former Vice-President Joe Biden has been involved in the deals, it has not as yet questioned Kamala Harris regarding her own potential interest in the Biden family business.
David Mulroney, a former Canadian ambassador to China, explained to LifeSiteNews that exploiting contacts in public life for business deals is unsurprising in China.
“The idea is actually quite familiar in China, where deals are often done on the basis of ‘guanxi’ or connectedness,” David Mulroney explained.