Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), asked the U.S. Department of State (State) to “release all information from the private dinners” of former Vice President Joe Biden with Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping.
Banks is concerned that in these private meetings there have been negotiations that put the national security of the United States at risk, or that could alter the results of the presidential elections, according to the letter revealed by The National Pulse on Oct. 23.
Furthermore, Banks believes that the information requested from State may corroborate the disturbing revelations that emerged from the hard drive that was received and published by the New York Post recently.
The documents implicate joe Biden in obscure negotiations, from which enormous sums of money enter his family.
“The American government could be sitting on corroborating evidence that would confirm the NY Post’s reporting and provide additional context to the Biden family’s relationship with Communist China. We need to see these documents as soon as possible,” Banks urged.
Moreover, Joe Biden has boasted that he has spent more time in private meetings with Xi Jinping than any other world leader.
“I’ve spent more time in private meetings with Xi Jinping than any other world leader. I have 25 hours of private dinners with him, just he and I, and one interpreter,” Biden told a Council on Foreign Relations panel on Jan. 23, 2018.
Biden’s words are posted on a tweet by user @missionisgreat.
“I’ve spent more time in private meetings with Xi Jinping than any world leader. I have 25 hours of private dinners with him, just he and I, and one interpreter.” -Joe Biden #BeijingBiden pic.twitter.com/aCiEvkFsaM
— Mission (@missionisgreat) July 19, 2020
In his application Banks specifies the type of data required from State.
“I am urging the release of any and all information, including but not limited to times, dates, locations, attendees, transcripts, readouts, and any and all references to or from former Vice President Joe Biden’s private dinners with Chinese President Xi Jinping,” Banks said.
In April, author Natalie Winters of The National Pulse, asked the State Department for the same information that Banks is requesting, and the response she received estimated that she would get the requested data within three years, that is, by April 2023.
In support of Winters, Banks considered that time frame unacceptable.
“A 3-year delay is unacceptable. The U.S. electorate deserves to know any pertinent and sensitive information that may alter the 2020 presidential election,” he said in his letter.
Likewise, given the high level of threat which the CCP is classified, the information should be published as soon as possible.
“This regime has been formally classified by the Department of Defense as the ‘largest long-term threat to the U.S.’ Any private negotiations with a foreign government that poses such a dire threat to U.S. security must be investigated immediately,” Banks also said, according to his letter to State.