Why Did Biden’s Daughter-In-Law Take Chinese Money?

Recent reports have revealed that Hallie Biden, Joe Biden’s daughter-in-law, took Chinese money in 2017.

Blaze Media’s Glenn Beck explained the situation, saying, “We’re going to, of course, everybody’s favorite drug addict, heroin user, and just completely out of control, unbelievable explosion of a person — Hunter. You’ve got Joe Biden’s brother also getting payments — 3 million dollars — and then there’s a fourth payment, they can’t track it down yet because it’s just under Biden in quotation marks.”

Beck indicated he believes that much of the money is going to Hallie and that it is coming from the energy delivery system for Hong Kong.

“This is like somebody that was in the Kremlin dealing with Ronald Reagan. Would you have a problem with that?” Beck asked rhetorically.

He also joked around on the show, asking if another person could look up Hallie’s expertise to find out what she offers in order to secure such a high sum of money.

Hallie is the widow of the now-deceased Beau Biden and notably started dating Hunter Biden following the passing of his brother.

Hunter commented on the various reactions to the discovery that he was intimate with his dead brother’s widow on March 17, saying, “I think people were confused by it and I understand that. I really do.”

“To me, it’s not something that is difficult to explain because it came out of a real overwhelming grief that we both shared and we were together and trying to do the right thing. And that grief turned into a hope for a love that maybe could replace what we lost and it didn’t work,” he added.

Hallie reportedly received $35,000 via two monetary transfers in 2017, according to Comer’s subpoenaed Biden bank records that were revealed by House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY). The Kentucky representative also reported that prior to those transfers, a Chinese energy firm wired a Biden family associate $3 million, with members of the Biden family receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars from an associate soon thereafter.

Comer called on Biden Tuesday to walk back on a “misleading and dishonest” statement he made regarding over $1 million his relatives secured from a company with ties to China’s Communist Party. Biden had essentially denied the allegations outright.

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