“Emails from a former business associate of Hunter Biden’s inner-circle who’s serving time in prison for a 2016 investment scheme reveal that Hunter and his colleagues used their access to the Obama administration to peddle influence to potential Chinese clients and investors – including securing a private, off-the-books meeting with the former Vice President.”
“Cooney believes he was the “fall guy” for an investment scheme in which Hunter and business associate Devon Archer avoided responsibility. He reached out to Schweizer after the journalist published Secret Empires in 2018. Archer was initially spared jail and handed a second trial, however a federal appeals court reinstated Archer’s fraud conviction in the case last week.
Cooney provided Schweizer with written authorization, his email account name, and password to his Gmail account to retrieve these emails. He authorized, in writing, the publication of these emails— notable because it is the first time a close associate has publicly confirmed Hunter’s trading on his father’s influence. –Breitbart
In a November 5, 2011 email, one of Archer’s business contacts suggested helping to arrange White House meetings for a group of Chinese executives and government officials who would make “potentially outstanding new clients.” The group, the China Entrepreneur Club (CEC) included CCP loyalists, Chinese billionaires and at least one “respected diplomat” from Beijing. According to the report, CEC – established in 2006, has been referred to as “a second foreign ministry” for China’s communist regime. The gross income of CEC members is estimated to be equivalent to roughly 4% of China’s GDP, according to the email.
“I know it is political season and people are hesitant but a group like this does not come along every day,” said intermediary Mohamed A. Khashoggi on behalf of the CEC to a Biden / Archer associate. “A tour of the white house and a meeting with a member of the chief of staff’s office and John Kerry would be great,” reads the email.” Zerohedge
These e-mails are separate from the cache of e-mails being published by the NY Post. pl