Biden’s Nuclear Reactor Acquisition Scandal

Hunter Biden allegedly attempted to assist a Chinese company, which reportedly has close ties with the Chinese Communist Party, in purchasing an American firm that constructs nuclear reactors, according to recent evidence revealed by Republican investigators in Congress. This news could further complicate the ongoing trials of the president’s son on charges of alleged tax evasion and federal firearms violations.

President Joe Biden’s son Hunter allegedly received a $1 million payment from the Chinese company’s chairman in 2017, as well as a diamond worth about $80,000 as a gift. Additionally, it was reported that Hunter’s brother James aided the same Chinese company in an attempt to purchase a liquid natural gas facility in Louisiana, which was ultimately unsuccessful.

Both Hunter and James Biden allegedly received hundreds of thousands of dollars from foreign sources, including those with ties to Chinese nationals.

Westinghouse, a company owned by the Japanese company Toshiba, was going through financial issues in 2017. The company makes a number of high-tech machinery, including nuclear reactors. Due to issues with a proposed Georgia nuclear power plan, the company was forced to file for bankruptcy protection.

According to the plan, the Chinese company, with the help of Hunter Biden’s former business partner Rob Walker, would purchase Westinghouse.

House Oversight Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) also requested that Biden appear on Capitol Hill next week as House Republicans consider advancing their impeachment efforts against his father.

Hunter Biden rejected the invitation to testify, with his attorney calling the hearings a “carnival sideshow.” Rep. Comer responded by stating that “the only conclusion that one can reach is that Mr. Biden knows his public testimony would not withstand scrutiny.”

Comer also mentioned that the committee will proceed forward with or without Mr. Biden’s testimony, as it is important to show publicly how the Biden brand was sold for many years in Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Romania, and China, and to explain Joe Biden’s involvement in these lucrative transactions.