Hunter Biden is sweating bullets after this massive deception was exposed

Hunter Biden can’t keep himself out of the spotlight.

His scandals are piling up faster than Joe Biden can keep track.

And he’s sweating bullets after this massive deception was exposed.

Hunter Biden is on his way to topping the Clintons as the most scandal-plagued figure on the Left.

Joe Biden, the corporate-controlled media, and Big Tech have worked overtime to keep a lid on Hunter’s dirty dealings.

But the problem is getting so out of control that even they can’t keep it under wraps.

Hunter has been known for his shady business dealings overseas in places like Ukraine and Communist China.

While Joe Biden was running for President, he promised that no one in the Biden family would have any business connections to foreign countries or corporations while he was in the White House.

Joe made the promise after Hunter was under scrutiny for allegedly leveraging his dad’s position as Vice President to set up lucrative overseas business deals.

After his disputed victory, Biden, with an assist from Big Tech censoring the Hunter laptop story, reiterated the claim that the Biden family wouldn’t have any conflicts of interest.

Joe said the Biden family wouldn’t have “any business, any enterprise that is in conflict with or appears to be in conflict with an appropriate distance from the presidency and government.”

The Washington Examiner has blown the lid off of these hollow promises from Joe.

They report that according to Chinese and American business records, Hunter is still listed on paper as having a 10% stake in the Chinese investment firm BHR.

This bombshell report comes after Hunter’s lawyer told the New York Times last November that he “no longer holds any interest, directly or indirectly, in either BHR or Skaneateles.”

Skaneateles is the American company owned by Hunter that has a direct ownership stake in BHR.

While it’s possible that the records haven’t been updated, Hunter’s allies aren’t doing anything to refute his ownership.

The Biden regime has repeatedly dodged questions about Hunter’s business dealings.

Hunter’s lawyer didn’t respond to a request for comment from the Washington Examiner.

BHR, which has connections to the Communist government, has been at the center of controversy.

Last year, the New York Times reported that BHR made over $1 billion brokering the sale of a major cobalt mine in the Congo from an American company to one controlled by China.

Cobalt is a critical component used in the construction of electric vehicle batteries.

The deal came as Joe was launching a major push for electrical vehicles in the U.S.

BHR owned a stake in a Chinese government-owned nuclear energy company that was sanctioned for trying to acquire American nuclear technology for the Chinese military.

This could be a massive political problem for a collapsing Biden regime.

Hunter’s ownership share of a Chinese company is a major conflict of interest for Joe.

With Joe’s problems piling up, this is another headache he can’t afford.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.