CEO of Hunter Biden-tied firm agrees to provide documents to Senate

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The top executive of a Hunter Biden-connected firm has agreed to provide documents to a Senate committee that purportedly show Joe Biden was designed to be a silent beneficiary in one of his son’s Chinese ventures.

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee sent a request for documents Wednesday to Sinohawk Holdings chief executive officer Tony Bobulinski.

Bobulinski says that a 2017 email recovered from a laptop purportedly belonging to Hunter Biden and made public by Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani is accurate: Joe Biden and Hunter Biden were each supposed to receive an equity stake in his venture.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., the chairman of the committee, told Just the News on Thursday that Bobulinski has agreed to respond to the panel’s request seeking documents to help corroborate his story. Johnson confirmed the information after Bobulinski issued a statement to the news site Breitbart.

“The committee is working to validate information being revealed by multiple sources. As part of those efforts, we have reached out to several individuals named in recently revealed emails, including Tony Bobulinski. We look forward to their cooperation in helping us uncover the truth,” Johnson told Just the News.

Bobulinski’s company formed a partnership with a now-bankrupt company called CEFC China Energy.

An email published from the purported Hunter Biden laptop by the New York Post last week talked about equity splits in the firm, stating there was 20 percent for “H” and “10 held by H for the big guy.”

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