Hunter’s Secret Laptop Audio Laments Relationship w/ Ho, Abduction of Ex-Partner

'The richest man in the world is missing who was my partner...'

Editor’s note: Article contains profanity.

In the latest development of the ever-unfolding scandal surrounding Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, the National Pulse reported it had obtained a secret audio file in which the son of the Democrat presidential nominee acknowledged his links to Chinese espionage and other legal troubles.

Hunter named the file “Most Genius Shit Ever.”

He complained in the audio file that he was receiving calls from journalists at the New York Times inquiring about his links to Patrick Ho, whom he refers to as “the fucking spy chief of China.” Ho’s official title was secretary for Home Affairs in Hong Kong.

Hunter goes on to make a reference to his former business partner, Ye Jianming, who had led the top Chinese energy company CEFC until it went bankrupt amid US accusations of money laundering.

Ho also was linked with the company. According to Hunter, he “started the company that my partner, who is worth $323 billion, founded and is now missing.”

It was unclear whether Ho was linked in any way with the disappearance of Ye.

“The richest man in the world is missing who was my partner,” Hunter continues. “He was missing since I last saw him in his $58 million apartment inside a $4 billion deal to build the fucking largest fucking [liquefied natural gas] port in the world.”

The Biden family’s corrupt ties to foreign fossil-fuels companies are particularly alarming in light of Joe Biden’s pledges to ban US production of oil and natural gas in favor of renewable energies like solar and wind power if he is elected president next week.

But the scandal also has brought to light a number of other alarming activities by both Joe and Hunter, including allegations of sexual assault involving underage relatives.

In the audio, Hunter also complained about the fact that his close business partner Devon Archer, a fellow board-member of Ukraine’s Burisma energy company who was, himself, a top adviser of former Secretary of State John Kerry, had named both Hunter and Joe as witnesses in a criminal case overseen by the US attorney for the Southern District of New York.

Archer was recently indicted in the case, involving a scheme to defraud Native Americans out of $60 million in bond-sale proceeds.

“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,” Hunter says in the audio.

Headline USA was unable to independently verify the authenticity of the recording. However, there is considerable evidence corroborating the authenticity of the laptop, including visual images, some of which depict Hunter smoking a crack pipe and engaging in sexual acts.

Tony Bobulinski, a former business partner of the Bidens’ in the CEFC venture, also has publicly confirmed the veracity of the emails on which his name appears.

Joe Biden has publicly denied the evidence, claiming it is part of a Russian disinformation campaign.


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