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‘Flirty’ messages from Hunter Biden’s Chinese-American secretary while he worked with ‘spy chief of China’ surface

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Emails allegedly from Hunter Biden’s flirty 29-year-old Chinese-American secretary have surfaced. She worked for him during the period that he was in business with a man he reportedly called the “spy chief of China.”

The secretary’s name is JiaQi Bao. She also allegedly did opposition research for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign that she provided Hunter Biden. According to the Daily Mail, she also urged him to withdraw funds from the company as it fell apart.

“I’m a bit hesitated to say this to you, because I don’t want you to misunderstood me as a messed up bad girl. However, for your benefit, I can’t hold it back to myself,” Bao wrote in an email marked “confidential.” “Here is my two cents: Whatever money from Hudson West, please take them, take as much as possible, or figure out a way to spend them for your own benefit.”

“It doesn’t matter whether the left-over operational fund for Hudson West is labeled as ‘personal goodwill / loan’ or ‘non-recourse’ ‘recourse’ ‘borrowing/drawing’…just take it and keep as much as possible,” she told Biden. “If you do not take that money, the money would ended up become ‘nobody’s money.’ So it is better to use it for good. ‘Nobody’s money’ means they take away whatever you give up to no body knows where in the system it will end up and whomever stranger might simply take the money for granted.”

Somehow, she also wound up with his dog tags at her New York apartment:

“Your doggy chain necklace: I thought I would simply bring it to you whenever I see you during your last trip in NY, but you were too busy and that didn’t happen. Please let me know when and where I should bring it to you or how would you like it to be delivered,” Bao wrote to Biden in March of 2018. “I think the most convenient way might be to simply pick it up whenever you are in NY next time. For the meanwhile, it is in a safe place awaiting for you.”

Hunter Biden entered into a business venture in 2017 with Patrick Ho, who was the secretary-general of the Chinese oil giant CEFC. According to the report, Biden referred to Ho as the “spy chief of China” on the abandoned laptop that was found at a computer repair shop. Ho was being watched by federal agents and was considered an intelligence threat before he went down for bribery in 2018.

After that, a Senate probe would go on to find that Hunter Biden’s connections to the Chinese “raise criminal financial, counterintelligence and extortion concerns.” The Senate Homeland Security and Finance Committees proceeded to issue a joint report in September of 2020 that detailed Hunter’s business arrangement with CEFC.

The Daily Mail states that it is unclear whether the secretary was aware of Biden’s Chinese dealings. She refuses so far to comment on the matter. Bao acted as a go-between for the Chinese business partners and Biden. She translated documents and performed clerical work. On her LinkedIn page, she states that she has worked as an analyst and as an assistant in private equity and finance in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, and New York since 2011. It does not mention CEFC or Hunter Biden.

Bao’s family lives in Arizona and she went to Arizona State University before taking her Masters at Beijing’s Tsinghua University.

After Ho was arrested, Bao wrote Biden requesting information on the case “as a learning opportunity.”

I just don’t get it, why the US has the legitimacy or the authority to sue when whatever involved is not happening in the U.S. and no U.S. company is involved?

In case if someone really should sue, it should be Hong Kong or the African country government as it involves its citizen…how is this has anything to do with the U. S.? Or something happened in the U. S. and through a U. S. bank? Or some international law that every country follows?

So the US government thought he did, based on the U. S. government’s standard, might be his dealing with whatever various circle(s)/companies he close to, or a personal matter, may or may not related to CEFC…why the US government is so certain of the linkage?

Then she heaped praise on Hunter Biden: “Many thanks for having been the most amazing and understanding boss, and the most charismatic friend and coconspirator-in-mischief.”

“I’m taking too many days off on February, I really should not waste your money like this,” she wrote. “Please do not pay me any salary for the month of February.”

In an earlier email, Bao encouraged Hunter to submit personal bills as part of his expenses reports for the business: “I included your Yale Club Quarterly Contribution starting from last year up to the latest one, not sure if the accounting department will let this go, but let’s try,” she stated. “Don’t worry about our drinks, it’s on me, no need to be included in this report.”

Once the venture failed, Bao emailed Biden and encouraged him to help his father run for the presidency… she even listed talking points to counter criticism from conservatives over Hunter’s Chinese business deals: “Trump advocate’s stupid book with exaggeration and fabrication on your business connection with Chinese or that NYTimes article mentioning a retired Hong Kong official trying to reach you/Uncle Jim when need help have no relevance whatsoever!” she declared.

She also gave a litany of negative stories concerning Trump to Hunter so he could use them. Among them included allegations of selling citizenship to Chinese officials, his alleged ties to a Chinese-owned Florida “prostitution parlor,” and letting human rights violations go by the wayside in negotiations with China. She savaged Trump’s trade war with China as well, calling it “a complete failure thus far, resulting in tremendous loss to Americans.”

Under the subject line “Uncle Joe 2020,” Bao reportedly encouraged Hunter to tell his father to “lead by example,” “bring back sensibility,” and tout his experience and age as a strength.

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