Skip to main content
We may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on this site. Read our full Disclosure here.

NEW Report Reveals Hunter Biden Was Selling Far More Than Influence To China, Nuclear Assets Compromised?

I cannot tell which is worse: peddling influence to the CCP, or straight-up selling nuclear assets to the CCP.

Each represents a betrayal of the country and a new report claims that Hunter Biden allegedly attempted to engage in both of these prime betrayals of our country.

According to that report, Hunter was attempting to broker a deal for Chinese energy firm CEFC to purchase Westinghouse—the producer of small-scale nuclear reactors.

In what universe does it make sense to allow your number-one adversary to purchase your critical infrastructure?

More importantly, in what universe does it make sense to allow our country’s number-one adversary to purchase nuclear assets within our borders?

We might as well allow them to buy the missile silos at this point. The CCP should own exactly zero critical assets inside the United States, and the United States should own exactly zero critical assets inside China.

Here’s what we know about the seismic report detailing Hunter Biden’s failed deal:

Breitbart broke the story and noted this report from lawmakers:

Congressional investigators recently obtained new memos and testimony about the nature of the plan to help CEFC gain a larger foothold in the global nuclear energy market by acquiring Westinghouse.

One of Hunter Biden’s former business partners, Rob Walker, told Congress the future first son was involved, providing a letter to make the Chinese comfortable with the plan.

Hunter’s attempted nuclear deal with CEFC drew widespread criticism from the MAGA community and those intent on keeping America’s interests first.

Just The News featured this related report about a hack that Westinghouse experienced before the deal was in the works:

Just 20 months earlier, his father’s Justice Department charged five members of a Chinese military hacking unit for breaching the company’s computer systems in search of intellectual property and internal strategy communications, according to a copy of the indictment.


Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Leave a comment
Thanks for sharing!