Joe Biden’s brother-in-law asked Hunter Biden to help him secure a business license in China, emails show


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‘Is there any way we can help him accelerate this? Time is of the essence here,’ wrote Hunter Biden

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UniquePresident Joe Biden’s brother-in-law, John Owens, reached out to Hunter Biden in 2014 for help securing a business license to expand his telemedicine company in China, saying it needed to be secured “very quickly”. According to an email received by Granthshala News.

Owens, who goes by Jack, emailed Hunter Biden on May 9, 2014, informing him that his companies, MediGuide America and MediGuide Insurance Services International (MISI), in talks with the China-based insurance company were “serious.” phase”, but said he would not be able to “seal the deal” without a “Chinese business license”.


Owens wrote, “The time pressure is too tight, plus the fact that we don’t have one yet, created a bit of credibility in the company’s mind. It all translates into the need for a business license, and One becomes safe very quickly.” “While this may seem a mundane task, I have understood that matters like business licenses can take an excessive amount of time….. we just don’t have the time.”

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Owens continued by saying that he “would most appreciate any help.” Hunter Biden responded less than an hour later, saying, “Working on it—you’re at the earliest.” The younger Biden then forwarded Owens’ email to Thornton Group chairman James Bulger, nephew of mobster Whitey Bulger and Thornton Group co-founder.

He also referred it to Michael Lin, a member of the Committee of 100, a New York-based advocacy group affiliated with the United Front, an influence operation of the Communist Party of China (CCP). The Committee of 100 has also held several conferences sponsored by China Daily, a media outlet controlled by the CCP.

Hunter Biden wrote, “See email below. This is from my Uncle Jack. Is there any way we can help him speed this up? Time is of the essence here.”

Bulger responded the next morning, saying that he would discuss with Lynn how they could “help”. Three days later, Bulger sent Hunter an email saying, “With Jack this morning with mine and Michael’s call, I think we have a solution for Hi.[s] China’s problem.”

“Michael and Rann are researching regs and statutes right now, but our Thornton WOFE will probably be fine for Jack Company use,” continued Bulger, possibly of the Thornton Group, a wholly foreign-owned enterprise of the company Bulger and Lin Co. is mentioned. -Established.

A few days later, Bulger sent an email to Owens and Lynn, and imitated Hunter Biden, asking Owens to “give us until Monday to review some more laws and regulations in Beijing”.

“Maybe I can answer some questions from you[s] on Monday so that we can be specific with the appropriate authority in China,” Bulger wrote.

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It is unclear whether Bulger and Lynn were able to successfully secure a business license for Owens or whether Thornton’s “WOFE” was sufficient for China’s laws. However, MediGuide’s website says they have come to “an agreement with AnyHealth Shanghai”.

“MediGuide and Any Health intend to expand MediGuide’s business in China under the name ‘MediGuide China’.” Website reads. “AnyHealth Shanghai will legally represent MediGuide International LLC in China.” It is not clear if AnyHealth Shanghai is the same company mentioned in the email.

it was the first informed of In the Washington Post last December, Owens, who has been married to President Biden’s sister and longtime adviser Valerie Biden Owens since 1975, called for the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions “a Delaware-based telemedicine company that marketed itself as a solution.” does” is the owner of MediGuide. . The medical second-opinion company has operations throughout Europe and Asia. Archived Mediguide as of January 1, 2020 Web PageOwens bought the company in 2003, along with John Burris, and serves as chairman of the board of directors.

More than a year later, responding to a September 2015 email from Cathy Chung, executive assistant to then-Vice President Biden, inviting him to attend a State Department luncheon to honor Chinese President Xi Jinping hosted by Biden Yes, Owens indicated his willingness to participate.

“Yes Cathy,” Owens replied. “I would like to join in. I know I’ve surpassed everything else, but it’s a little different. I just recorded it so I don’t know what VBO is.” [Valerie Biden Owens] Is going to do. Do you have my information to reply with a picture etc, or do you want me to do so.”

Granthshala News contacted the White House to ask whether Biden had introduced Owens to Xi during the luncheon, or whether MediGuide had come up for discussion before, during, or after the lunch between Owens and Biden. Granthshala News also asked whether any senior officials at the Biden White House or the Eisenhower Executive Office Building (EEOB) have been in contact with MediGuide employees or associates since Biden took office in January.

“No,” said a White House official to each of these questions.

Valerie Biden Owens, who will release a book about the Biden family next spring, advised all seven of Biden’s Senate campaigns and was the “prime surrogate on the campaign trail,” according to her. Website. He also served as a senior campaign adviser for his 2020 campaign and as an advisor to his two failed presidential campaigns.

Months after serving as the 47th vice president, Biden was keynote speaker In June 2017 at MediGuide’s first global symposium, titled “New Horizons”. A Biden Transition spokesperson told The Washington Post in December that Biden was not paid to speak at the event.

Lawyers for MediGuide, Owens, Bulger, Lynn and Hunter Biden did not respond to requests for comment.

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