Classified documents found at President Joe Biden’s Delaware home highlight ongoing concerns about his son Hunter Biden’s business ties to individuals associated with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Rex Lee, a cybersecurity expert with experience in advising both the private sector and government, said in an interview with NTD, a sister media outlet of The Epoch Times.
Classified documents from Biden’s time as vice president have been discovered at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, where Biden previously had an office, and at one of his homes in Wilmington, Delaware.
White House attorneys disclosed that the first batch of materials was found on Nov. 2, 2022, at the Penn Biden Center, which prompted a follow-up search that led to the discovery of more documents on Dec. 20, 2022, in the garage of the president’s Wilmington home. On Jan. 11 and Jan. 12, more documents were found in the president’s home library.
The potentially classified documents found in Biden’s former office space and in his home could have come from his time as the vice president before leaving office in 2017.
The document originally discovered on Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop shows that the younger Biden lived in the president’s Wilmington, Delaware, residence between March 2017 and February 2018, New York Post’s Miranda Devine revealed.
Lee raised concern about this finding in light of Hunter Biden’s ties to Chinese private equity firm Bohai Harvest RST (BHR).
“If you look at Joe Biden as vice president from 2008 to 2016, these documents have been at that residence at least from 2019, if the reports are correct. And that’s the same time that Hunter Biden was renting that residence, which is Joe Biden’s home,” Lee told NTD’s “China in Focus.”
“Hunter Biden was actively lobbying on behalf of BHR during this timeline.”
In 2013, Hunter Biden’s investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners reportedly signed a deal with Bohai Capital, a subsidiary of the state-owned Bank of China, to form a $1 billion joint-venture investment fund called Bohai Harvest RST.
Hunter Biden held a 10 percent stake as of May 2022, according to company records.