In an upcoming book titled “Laptop From Hell,” written by New York Post columnist Miranda Devine, the author digs into the former dealings between Hunter Biden and the now-vanished chairman of CEFC, Ye Jianming, revolving around Hunter furnishing “introductions” in exchange for $10 million a year for three years – as well as getting a 3.16-carat diamond worth $80,000 during a meeting to discuss the multi-year partnership.

It all started with James Gilliar, a British ex-SAS officer who met Ye Jianming in the Czech Republic when they were both working there. CEFC, of which Ye was chairman, was a Chinese conglomerate and one of the world’s biggest energy companies.

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President Xi’s goal for Ye was to invest $1.5 billion as rapidly as possible to assure that the Czech Republic would become China’s “Gateway to the European Union.” To that purpose, Ye purchased everything from a football team to a brewery to an aircraft before being appointed as Czech President Milos Zeman’s “special economic advisor.”

At the time, Ye was searching for a significant partner to assist him with purchases in other parts of the globe that were strategically important to the Chinese government. Gilliar knew just how to do this by getting Ye in cahoots with the Bidens.

Gilliar became acquainted with Hunter in 2015 via a longtime Biden family friend, Rob Walker, a former Clinton administration official whose wife, Betsy Massey Walker, had worked as Jill Biden’s assistant during Joe Biden’s term as vice president.

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After being introduced via email, Gilliar informed Hunter that it had “been made clear to me that CEFC wish to engage in further business relations with our group,” which would eventually set the stage for Hunter and CEFC Chairman Ye to getting familiar with each other and open up discussions for business dealings.

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Gilliar was apparently all too aware that CEFC was effectively the capitalist arm of President Xi’s Belt and Road Initiative, which aimed to grow China’s influence across the globe.

Chairman Ye and CEFC Executive Director Jianjun Zang traveled to Washington, D.C. in the winter of 2015. A meeting with Ye was documented in Hunter’s diary for December 7th of that year. This came after a week of back-to-back Christmas parties thrown by Joe and Jill at the vice president’s residence at the Naval Observatory.

According to one of his former acquaintances who spoke on the condition of anonymity, Hunter allegedly invited Chairman Ye to one of those events to meet Joe – however, there’s no mention or confirmation of such in the infamous Biden laptop.

At around this time, this is where Tony Bobulinski got involved in the mix.

In December of 2015, Gilliar gets ahold of Bobulinski and tells him he needs some help structuring a Chinese joint venture for what Gilliar described as “one of the most prominent families in the United States,” via a WhatsApp message, adding that the plan is to “build an investment firm like Goldman Sachs.”

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Gilliar would eventually disclose that this “prominent” family he alluded to in the messages to Bobulinski was the Biden family. In March of 2016, Gilliar informs Bobulinski that the Chinese partner involved is CEFC, telling him that they have “more money than God” and that they’re “the capital arm of one belt one road.”

Flash forward to February of 2017, Gilliar tells Bobulinski that he wants to meet his “partner” in this effort, which when Bobulinski asks who it is, Gilliar says that it’s “Hunter Biden.”

Bobulinski at the time was not thrilled about getting into a business dealing with Hunter, expressing concerns over him being “kicked out of U.S. Navy for cocaine use” in a WhatsApp message. Gilliar assuaged those concerns, saying that Hunter is “super smart” and was simply surrounded by “a lot of underachievers around them using their name.”

Hunter traveled to Miami with Gilliar and Walker three weeks after his father left office in 2017 to see Chairman Ye, who was in town for the Miami International Boat Show.

On February 13th, 2017, the trio checked into the Nobu Hotel and planned lunch with the Chinese for February 16th in a private room set for ten at the JW Marriott Turnberry Resort & Spa, where Ye and his cohorts were reportedly staying at the time.

Hunter, on the other hand, flew home the day before the scheduled lunch with the Chinese.

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Apparently, Hunter had previously met with Ye during a private dinner on February 14th. The CEFC chairman extended him an offer of $10 million a year for at least three years to furnish Ye with “introductions alone,” as Hunter subsequently claimed in an email to CEFC employees.

The new venture between Ye and Hunter was cemented with a lavish present from Ye, which was a 3.16-carat diamond valued at approximately $80,000. Hunter’s laptop has photos of the stone, as well as a grading report noting the stone’s characteristics.

Hunter would later tell Adam Entous of the New Yorker that he had gone to Miami solely for potentially obtaining a charitable donation from Chairman Ye for the World Food Program USA, the nonprofit where Hunter sat and which he had previously used as a front for his international business dealings.

While speaking with Entous, Hunter would claim that the purportedly humanitarian-based meeting with Ye simply “turned to business opportunities” by happenstance and that he was astonished when Ye presented him with the diamond. Of course, Hunter also made no mention of the fortuitous coincidence that his business associates Gilliar and Walker just happened to be in Miami with him to seal a contract with CEFC.

According to the Chuck Grassley-Ron Johnson investigation, nine days after Hunter’s meeting with Ye in Miami, $3 million is sent into an account for Rob Walker’s firm, Robinson Walker LLC, through State Energy H.K. Limited, a Shanghai-based corporation connected to CEFC.

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The same corporation wired another $3 million to Robinson Walker on March 1st, 2017. The Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network reported both transactions in a “suspicious activity report” filed with Senate committees as “Confidential Document 16.”

The Grassley-Johnson report from November of 2020 noted that during the period of these wire transfers to Walker that “State Energy H.K. Limited was affiliated with CEFC China Energy, which was under the leadership of Ye Jianming. In the past, State Energy H.K. Limited transferred funds to at least one company associated with Hunter Biden’s business associate, Gongwen Dong.”

Said Grassley-Johnson report pointed out that such “transactions are a direct link between Walker and the communist Chinese government and, because of his close association with Hunter Biden, yet another tie between Hunter Biden’s financial arrangements and the communist Chinese government.”