Joe Biden Named In 2017 Email To Hunter About Chinese Deal

Joe Biden was identified by name in an Oct. 2017 email seeking to form a multimillion-dollar deal involving the sending of natural gas from the U.S. to China.

The exchange was found on the abandoned laptop of Biden’s son, Hunter, according to new reports.

In a message sent on Oct. 27, 2017, Louisiana attorney Robert W. Fenet informed Hunter and his uncle, Jim Biden, that he had found a contact for them at Houston energy company Cheniere, according to the Daily Mail.

“I have requested him to be available for a call from Joe Biden and Hunter Biden on Monday morning to discuss the purchase of the 5 million tons of gas,” Fenet said.

Joe Biden and Cherniere’s executives go way back—he appointed former company lobbyist and vice president Ankit Desai to be his political director in 2005, while former board member Heather Zichal assumed the position of his campaign climate adviser in 2020.

The Biden family’s energy deal never materialized. According to Breitbart News, Ye Jianming, who is allegedly a Biden family business partner, was arrested in China on charges of bribery before the agreement could be finalized.

Emails sent to James Biden described how Fenet would have arranged the multi-million dollar deal had Jianming not been arrested:

“The Ashton Fenet and Sons Construction Company, Inc. will, in a joint venture with a Louisiana company, provide a 25 year natural gas-LNG supply to your group,” he wrote.

‘We can begin supplying LNG in 2018 at the rate of three, four, five, or six million metric tons of LNG on a five year basis. From year five until year twenty-five, we will have the capacity to supply 13 million metric tons per annum of LNG to the Port in China. (To Be Decided)”

“If your client will purchase a twenty-five year stream of LNG, I can build the plant for $12 billion dollars.”

A voicemail found on Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop revealed that Joe telephoned him in the wake of a Dec. 2018 New York Times report on his allegedly corrupt connections with foreign officials.

“I thought the article released online — it’s going to be printed tomorrow in the Times — was good. I think you’re clear. And anyway if you get a chance, give me a call, I love you,” Joe said in a message left to Hunter on Dec. 12, 2018.