“Get Joe involved” – New texts reveal how Biden Crime Family needed Joe’s help with Chinese business dealings

New emails have emerged that show the Biden crime family in 2017 asking for Joe to attend a meeting with Chinese business men for their business venture:

FOX NEWS – Hunter Biden’s former business associates were hinting at a push to “get Joe involved” in a joint venture with Chinese Energy Company CEFC and make the venture appear as a “truly family business” to the Chinese, according to text messages obtained and reviewed by Fox News.

In text messages dating back to 2017, Hunter’s now-ex-associates James Gilliar and Tony Bobulinski discussed a breakdown of the joint venture with CEFC, the “stakes” and appeared to hint at discussions about getting the now-president-elect involved.

In a back-and-forth over the terms of the company, Gilliar, in a May 11, 2017 text message to Bobulinski, wrote: “Man U are right let’s get the company set up, then tell H and family the high stakes and get Joe involved.”

“Think Joe may come Sunday. I’m hoping.”

Days earlier, in a conversation regarding a meeting which included what appeared to be high-level CEFC executives including the chairman—slated for Sunday, May 7, 2017— Gilliar asked Bobulinski to come up with an “a lister to meet chairman Sunday.”

“Ok. A ‘lister’?” Bobulinski replied on May 4, 2017.

“Top person at same level as chairman, who would like to access China or money,” Gilliar replied. “It’s the way it works culturally for them.”

Gilliar added: “And empowers the B family so therefore us.”

The following day, Gilliar texted Bobulinski: “Think Joe may come Sunday. I’m hoping.”

“Yah I told Jim [Biden] that’s a no brainer if he can make it he should be there,” Bobulinski replied on May 5, 2017.

Gilliar replied: “Agreed.”

A source familiar told Fox News that Joe Biden did not attend the May 7, 2017 meeting.

The text messages came during what appeared to be a critical time in the organization of the joint-venture — between Hunter and Jim Biden and their associates, Gilliar, Bobulinski and Rob Walker. The venture, called Sinohawk Holdings, was meant to be a partnership with Chinese energy firm CEFC.

The venture never came to fruition and the transfer of CEFC funds to Sinohawk Holdings never took place.

The fact that Joe didn’t attend the meeting isn’t proof he wasn’t involved. In fact we already know he met with Bobulinski about the Chinese business dealings. Not to mention the first NY Post blockbuster was how Hunter arranged a meeting with a Ukrainian business partner and his father back in 2015. He was absolutely involved, which is why they thought they could get Joe to come to this meeting.

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