After thousands of emails appeared that could implicate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter in serious acts of corruption, a new source of data seems to confirm these acts.

The files of Bevan Cooney, a former partner of Hunter’s who is in prison, reveal that then-Vice President Joe Biden, held a private and unofficial meeting with Chinese investors and officials of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) at the White House, according to Breitbart on Oct. 16. 

Hunter Biden was associated with Bevan Cooney and Devon Archer, and commenting on the Obama administration in a 2011 email, they spoke of a “new push for soft diplomacy for the Chinese [CCP],” with one calling the lucrative brokerage activity “China Inc.”

Cooney and Archer were later convicted of fraud in a 2016 bond investment plan, and while Cooney was sent to prison Archer is still awaiting sentencing. 

Cooney then contacted author Peter Schweizer from prison in 2019, and after telling him how to retrieve the emails from his Gmail account, he authorized him in writing to release the contents.

This unexpected source of data looks like it will become another headache for the Bidens after the New York Post began, on Oct. 14, to disclose the contents of a hard drive that apparently belonged to Hunter Biden, but was abandoned in a repair shop. 

 “This is the first time that a close associate has publicly confirmed Hunter’s trading on his father’s influence,” Schweizer wrote, referring to Cooney in Breitbart. 

In a Nov. 5, 2011, email, one of Archer’s business contacts mentioned the opportunity to gain “new potentially outstanding customers” from China linked to the China Entrepreneurs Club (CEC), created in 2006, which also included senior CCP officials.

“The leadership of the CEC includes numerous high-ranking CCP members, including Wang Zhongyu (“vice chairman of the 10th National Committee of the CCP and deputy secretary of the Party group”), Ma Weihua (director of multiple CCP offices) and Jiang Xipei (CCP member and representative of the 16th National Congress), among others,” Schweizer wrote. 

Although the CEC had already attempted to make contact with senior federal government officials, it was not yet successful. The economic power of Chinese businessmen linked to the Club is about $220 billion.

Within days of the Hunter group being asked to meet at the White House, 30 CCP officials and Chinese businessmen met with senior Obama administration officials, including Joe Biden himself.

Confirmation of Joe Biden’s presence was provided by CEC Secretary General Maggie Cheng, who claimed to have facilitated the meeting in 2011, according to Breitbart. 

According to Schweizer, these relationships appear to have benefited Hunter and Archer, who two years later helped form the CCP-funded Bohai Harvest RST (BHR) investment fund.

Through BHR, they invested in Didi, a business owned by Liu Chuanzhi, the president of the China Entrepreneurs Club (CEC) and founder of Legend Holdings, the parent company of Lenovo, one of the world’s largest computer companies. 

“Liu is a former delegate of the CCP and was the leader of the CEC delegation at the White House in 2011. His daughter was Didi’s president,” Schweizer also explains. 

As the other source of mail reported by the New York Post, Hunter gave 50 percent of the revenue to Joe Biden, and it appears that this was a huge amount, given that they had businesses in Ukraine, Russia, and other countries. 

The repercussions of this serious information could be disastrous for the Democratic campaign just a few days before the election, with unpredictable consequences, given that from various sources its authenticity is assured.