Leaked audio of Hunter Biden, released from his laptop allegedly left at a computer repair shop reveals in a self-admission that Vice President Joe Biden’s son had a business relationship with Patrick Ho. Biden called Patrick Ho, “The f-cking spy chief of China”.
BREAKING: New audio of Hunter Biden talking about his partner “the f**king spy chief of China”
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“I get calls from my father to tell me that The New York Times is calling but my old partner Eric, who literally has done me harm for I don’t know how long, is the one taking the calls because my father will not stop sending the calls to Eric,” Hunter said in the audio. “I have another New York Times reporter calling about my representation of Patrick Ho – the fucking spy chief of China who started the company that my partner, who is worth $323 billion, founded and is now missing. The richest man in the world is missing who was my partner. He was missing since I last saw him in his $58 million apartment inside a $4 billion deal to build the fucking largest fucking LNG (liquified natural gas) port in the world. And I am receiving calls from the Southern District of New York from the U.S. Attorney himself. My best friend in business Devon has named me as a witness without telling me in a criminal case and my father without telling me.”
Who is Patrick Ho?
According to Wikipedia, “Patrick Ho Chi-ping GBS JP (born 24 July 1949 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong ophthalmologist turned politician. He joined the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and the Preparatory Committee of Hong Kong SAR. When the Principal Officials Accountability System was introduced in 2002, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Tung Chee-wah appointed Ho Secretary for Home Affairs, a senior ministerial post. He was convicted of bribery offenses in a U.S. federal court in 2018.”
Ho and former Senegalese foreign minister Cheikh Gadio were arrested in New York in late November 2017, charged with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and money laundering. The pair offered a US$2 million bribe to the president of Chad for oil rights, and deposited a US$500,000 bribe to an account designated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uganda on behalf of CEFC. The million-dollar bribes were dressed as donations. The energy fund, chaired by Ye Jianming, denied authorizing Ho to engage in corrupt practices.