Hallie Biden Identified as “New” Biden Family Member That Received Chinese Payment

Hallie Biden, President Biden’s daughter-in-law, got $35,000 in two separate payments from Rob Walker, a Biden family acquaintance. This was disclosed by James Comer, the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, in an exclusive interview with The Post on Thursday.

Everyone Gets A Piece

On March 1, 2017, Walker was the recipient of a three million dollar payment from State Energy HK Ltd, a business that is connected to CEFC Chinese Energy.

Hallie Biden, Hunter Biden’s sister-in-law and former lover, is the widow of Beau Biden, who passed away in 2015 from brain cancer. She is is the mother of two of the president’s grandchildren.

Beau Biden was Hunter Biden’s brother. Between 2016 and 2019, she was romantically involved with the president’s other son, Hunter.

During this time, the family was involved in business with China.

Because the initial names of all the Biden family receivers are not included in the bank records, there may be further recipients who are unknown, in addition to Hunter Biden and James Biden.

The records from the bank raise a number of issues, such as why Robinson Walker LLC gave Hallie money and who the account holder is for the bank account referred to as “Biden.”

Over the span of a few years, members of the Biden family and their organizations received more than $1.3 million from Rob Walker, one of the associates known to the Bidens.

These payments came from accounts that were held in their names.

The payments were confirmed by a spokesman for Hunter Biden’s legal counsel, who also stated, “Hunter got his share of good faith seed monies, which he divided with his father’s brother, James Biden, as well as Hallie Biden and nobody else.”

Turn of Events

The new evidence reveals an unforeseen direction in which the inquiry can go. The president, who purportedly was referred to as the “big guy” in negotiations over the same Chinese enterprise, paid a visit to Hallie Biden’s house last week.

However, it is unknown whether or not they discussed this topic during their conversation. It is not known what goods or services were sold or rendered in exchange for this sum of money.

According to the documents from the bank, the famous political family received the money from the Chinese government less than two months after Joe Biden walked off from his position as Barack Obama’s vice president.

Comer stated over a third of the $3 million that Walker’s business got was sent to a family connection of the Bidens named James Gilliar. Almost the same amount, $1,065,000, was transferred among Biden family members over the course of three months.

Comer noted the committee is continuing to examine the account holder’s name for the bank account simply labeled “Biden.” White House spokesman Ian Sams described the fresh findings as an “attack” on Biden’s family.

The newly discovered information opens up a fresh line of inquiry into the commercial transactions of the Biden family and raises doubts about those practices.