Congress needs to determine whether Biden got intel briefing on China deal

By Jen Krausz on
 January 5, 2024

As House GOP members continue to investigate the Biden family for corruption, they have come across an important question, as phrased by John Solomon at Just the News: "Did Joe Biden or any of his family members get a defensive briefing from U.S. intelligence that some of their foreign business partners had unsavory ties or were engaged in criminal behavior?"

The briefing would have occurred in 2017 -- after Biden left the vice presidency but before he became president.

The FBI apparently surveilled one of Hunter Biden's Chinese business partners while federal prosecutors in an unrelated capacity secured evidence that a different Biden family Chinese associate was present at the time bribery payments were made.

To top it all off, a Chinese energy company gave the Bidens a $5 million "loan" in 2017 -- money that Solomon said "smacks" of a Chinese influence operation before Biden even became president.

If Biden was warned about Hunter Biden's business associates being shady in 2017, it would show that he had knowledge and foresight about what his son was doing, if not outright participation in it.

“We should be pursuing that information,” Greene told the Just the News, No Noise television show. “If there was anything approached in the FISA court, if there was anything about, you know, not registering as a foreign agent, we should be pursuing that information. And we should be holding every single person accountable. That's what the American people want. They want accountability."