Hunter Biden tied to Chinese company that bought oil Joe released


There really seems to be no limit to the convolutions that develop when the Biden family works on its international business schemes.

Probably one of the most famous was when Joe Biden was vice president and traveled to Ukraine for Barack Obama. At that time Hunter Biden was taking in tens of thousands of dollars a month from a Ukrainian company under investigation for corruption.

Joe came to the rescue, ordering officials there to fire the prosecutor, threatening to withhold $1 billion in scheduled U.S. aid if they didn't.

They did. And he came home to brag about it.

Now the Free Beacon is reporting that some of that oil Joe Biden released from America's Strategic Petroleum Reserve, ostensibly to help American consumers with sky-high gasoline prices brought on by his energy and economic policies, was sold to a Chinese company.

A Chinese company in which Hunter Biden has interests, the report said.

It's through Hunter Biden's links to Sinopec, in which he, through an equity firm, previously bought a $1.7 billion stake.

The report explained Joe Biden "sold roughly one million barrels from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to a Chinese state-controlled gas giant that continues to purchase Russian oil."

The sale was to Unipec, the trading arm of the China Petrochemical Corporation, also known as Sinopec, which is owned by the Chinese Communist government.

"The Biden administration also claimed the Unipec sale would 'support American consumers and the global economy in response to Vladimir Putin's war of choice against Ukraine' and combat 'Putin's price hike,'" the report said.

That's even though most of the gasoline price inflation Americans are suffering under now happened before the Russian conflict with Ukraine, and was triggered by Joe Biden's extreme opposition to fossil fuels.