Rep. Liz Cheney’s husband, Philip J. Perry, and Hunter Biden’s attorney, Christopher J. Clark, are both partners at the same law firm, Latham & Watkins.
Given that partners share revenue, this means that Cheney’s husband is profiting off of Clark’s services to President Joe Biden’s son.
“In December, Hunter Biden hired former federal prosecutor Chris Clark, a partner at the firm Latham & Watkins. The president’s younger son is said to be under investigation for possible tax and money laundering activities, with a potential counterintelligence component,” Axios reported in February of 2021.
To be fair, Latham & Watkins boasts close to 500 partners, according to 2020 estimates, meaning hundreds of partners are benefitting. Still.
Philip Perry (Liz Cheney’s husband) is a partner at same firm that Hunter’s lawyer is partner at. Meaning, Liz Cheney’s husband is making money from Hunter Biden. pic.twitter.com/FnIHtI1BH5
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) August 5, 2022
He knows everything about the Biden’s nefariousness — but of course Liz wouldn’t know anything because, you know —- that’s her husbands business
CC: Paul Pelosi
— RM ULTRA 🇺🇸 (@rob_mccrae) August 5, 2022
So much incestuous corruption in the swamp. 😡
— FugitiveMama (@fugitivemama) August 5, 2022
The incest in DC surpasses anything from the Roman era.
— DaveG (@d4vesgrill) August 5, 2022
Dear lord…every single one of them are connected.
— wfLori (@leelori60) August 5, 2022
Incidentally, this connection went viral thanks to Clark’s big mouth.
Josh Boswell of the Daily Mail emailed Clark last week with questions concerning new bombshells regarding his client.
Instead of replying in good faith, Clark responded with the following nasty email:
— Josh Boswell (@JoshTBoswell) August 5, 2022
Perhaps the most surprising thing about this was Hunter’s lawyer’s response when I asked him for comment: pic.twitter.com/BSTsoukXOs
— Josh Boswell (@JoshTBoswell) August 5, 2022
“Josh you are a parasite who lives of other peoples difficulties. Your parents won’t mount you,” Clark wrote with extraordinarily bad grammar for an attorney.
The bombshell Boswell emailed him about concerns the discovery of yet another meeting — the 15th one so far — between then-Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s business associates.
Specifically, two executives with the Chinese energy firm Wanxiang, including Wanxiang America president Pin Ni, met with the then-VP in July of 2014, according to White House visitor logs reviewed by Boswell.
Wanxiang has deep ties to Hunter.
“A client of Hunter’s company Seneca Global Advisors partnered with Wanxiang in 2012 on a $1.25billion natural gas plant in China. … Through his firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, Hunter also invested in a car company, Fisker, that was later bought by Wanxiang. After the company went bankrupt in 2013, Hunter was listed as a creditor on its filings,” according to Boswell.
After Wanxiang bought Fisker, Hunter then apparently purchased one of their cars for $142,300.
Now fast-forward to July 25th, 2014, the day that the two Wanxiang executives, including Pin Ni, met with then-Vice President Biden.
Weirdly enough, five days later Ni emailed Hunter offering to service his Fisker car.
“My name is Pin Ni and I am the president of Wanxiang America which bought Fisker assets a few months ago. Last Friday when we visited DC, I heard that your Fisker is out of order and could not get serviced. Sorry,” Ni wrote.
It’s not clear who he “heard” this from. The then-VP, perhaps?
“Yesterday the bankruptcy judge had approved Old Fisker’s plan of liquidation in which we will be offering warrantee service to all Fisker owners, it would be our honor to get your Fisker fixed. Anne Marie was kind enough to give me your contact information, if possible, I would like to give you a call to see what we could do as next step,” the email continued.
This is one of numerous documented instances of businessmen associated with Hunter meeting with his father during the then-VP’s tenure in the White House.
Yet to this day, the now-president continues to claim that he had no involvement in his son’s business dealings.
The evidence suggests otherwise.
One recent piece of evidence was a set of text messages sent on the same day that the New York Post published its bombshell story about Hunter’s infamous laptop.
The messages showed one of Hunter’s former business partners referencing the “big guy” and then-Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden in the same texts.
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) July 28, 2022
In the text messages, the associate, former British Special Forces officer James Gilliar, provided reassurance to an unidentified other individual that the Post’s bombshell reporting about Hunter wouldn’t cause them problems.
The other individual seemed particularly concerned that Biden potentially winning the 2020 presidential race would lead to public scrutiny of Hunter’s business dealings.
The messages began with Gilliar being asked by the unidentified other individual if “Hunter and/or Joe or Joe’s campaign [would] try to make it ‘Oh, we were never involved’ … and try to basically make us collateral damage?”
“I don’t see how that would work for them… I think in the scenario that he wins they would just leave sleeping dogs lie,” Gilliar responded.
He then added, “If they lose, honestly, I don’t think that the Big Guy really cares about that because he’ll be too busy focusing on all the other s–t he is doing.”
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