The New York Post has embarrassed Saki with a hardball over Nelson Hunter’s life

He tries to ignore them and seek the favor of liberal journalists who will not join, Hunter Biden’s questions do not stop soon for White House Press Secretary Jane Saki, and Friday’s Saki show is the latest example in the form of an excitement. With back to back New York PostSteven Nelson.

Friday’s exchange The previous day followed two questions (Thanks to Philip Wegmann of Real Clear Politics and Daily messageOf Rob Kirley) about a New York Times The story That’s all but Nelson admits Post Was correct When it comes to detailed emails about Hunter’s corrupt life on a laptop left in a Delaware repair shop.

Nelson summed up his Times-specific question:New York Times It was reported this week that the first son is under criminal investigation. Does the president still want to stay away from that case?

Saki has been stuck in her line since Thursday: “Yes. It’s the judiciary and I’ll direct you to them.”

Nelson then wisely took the Biden family scandal from a different angle, starting with a Senate Republican Report (Which CNN and other so-called fact-checkers have condemned without evidence) which states that a company is connected “The first son received 3.5 3.5 million from Russia’s richest woman.”

Nelson added that Cited an email On Hunter’s laptop, “President Biden, when he was vice president, had dinner with the same woman in Georgetown in 2015.”

He is the Russian billionaire Elena Baturina “Not yet approved by US government,” Which led to this stinging question:

How is the president navigating a conflict of interest when it comes to approving people who have done business with his family and can you explain to us what this $ 3.5 million is for?

Like the liberal media in 2020, Saki insisted that he “did not see any confirmation of the accuracy of that report, so I have no further details.”

Sakshi tried to approach another reporter, but Nelson insisted (click “expand”):

Nelson: You haven’t said anything about conflicts of interest, although how he is navigating them when deciding on sanctions.

PSAKI: What will be the conflict of interest?

Nelson: Well, he got $ 3.5 million from his son’s company

PSAKI: Which I have no confirmation of and he has continued to approve of alligators, more than we have approved in the past. I’m not sure it’s a conflict of interest.

Nelson: But he was not approved.

PSAKI [TO OTHER REPORTER]: Go ahead.

Nelson: Although he was not approved.

PSAKI [TO NELSON]: Thanks. [TO OTHER REPORTER] Go ahead.

Nelson: I have a question about Russia. [TO OTHER REPORTER] I’m sorry –

PSAKI: I think we are moving forward –

Nelson: [TO OTHER REPORTER] – I’m sorry. I have another.

Pisaki: – Because we have to go to more people. [TO OTHER REPORTER] Go ahead.

Nelson was stern and asked one last question about how Hunter Biden’s lawyer had not yet been able to present his client’s evidence. “Excluded from a Chinese investment fund controlled by a Chinese state-owned entity” E.g. “Who bought his partnership, when it happened and how much money changed hands.”

He wants to know if he is a hunter “Actually isolated[ed] And, if so, can you agree with the basic clarity, “pSaki recounts his points of view that did not fly for his friends in the press during Trump’s years: “He is a citizen. He does not work for the government. I will direct you to his representatives. “

When Nelson Ask In this regard, Saki December 6, 2021, the Washington ExaminerOf Jerry Dunlevy Report In Shanghai-based company, Bohai Harvest RST Equity Investment Fund Management Company (click “expand”):

Hunter Biden has long held a 10% ownership stake in Bohai Harvest RST (Shanghai) Equity Investment Fund Management Company through its sole proprietorship, LLC Scanietels.

(….)

A review of BHR’s financial documents shows that the firm had access to tens or millions of dollars for Chinese and global investments and established a complex web of China-based and Cayman Islands shell companies and subsidiaries.

Joe Biden said in December 2020 that his family “would not engage in any business, any initiative that appears to be in conflict or conflict with the appropriate distance from the presidency and government.”

Despite Hunter Biden’s lawyer’s brief November statement, the president’s son still appears to hold 10% equity shares in BHR, according to Chinese business records. It is possible that the records have not yet been updated.

Three Chinese business websites operated by Baidu, Qixin and QCC show updates to remove Hunter Biden’s name from the BHR Board of Directors in April 2020, but the sites now appear as “sponsors / shareholders” with 3 million yuan, or $ 464,000, invested.

A report for Scanetalis, obtained by a Washington examiner from DC’s Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, listed Hunter Biden as the company’s “governor” until Oct. 20, when a $ 400 filing fee was paid. The president’s son’s address is listed in Calvary City, California.

To view the relevant briefing transcript from March 18, click “Expand”.

White House press briefing [via CBSN]
March 18, 2022
4:07 pm East

Steven Nelson: I got a quick explanation and two questions about the conflict of interest of the President on foreign affairs. The first brief explanation is this: The New York Times reported this week that the first son is under criminal investigation. Does the president still want to stay out of that case?

Jane Pisaki: Yes. It’s the judiciary and I’ll direct you to them.

Nelson: All right. And my two questions about the conflict of interest in foreign affairs. First, I have a question about Russia and then China. About Russia, you told me last year that you were unfamiliar with a Senate report alleging that a company affiliated with First Year – or First Year – received $ 3.5 million from Russia’s richest woman. Subsequent reports indicate that President Biden, when he was vice president, hosted a dinner in Georgetown in 2015 with the same woman. This – Elena Baturina – has not yet been approved by the US government How is the president navigating a conflict of interest when it comes to approving people who have done business with his family and can you explain to us what this $ 3.5 million is for?

PSAKI: I have no confirmation of the accuracy of that report, so I have no further details.

Nelson: You haven’t said anything about conflicts of interest, although how he is navigating them when deciding on sanctions.

PSAKI: What will be the conflict of interest?

Nelson: Well, he got $ 3.5 million from his son’s company

PSAKI: Which I have no confirmation of and he has continued to approve of alligators, more than we have approved in the past. I’m not sure it’s a conflict of interest.

Nelson: But he was not approved.

PSAKI [TO OTHER REPORTER]: Go ahead.

Nelson: Although he was not approved.

PSAKI [TO NELSON]: Thanks. [TO OTHER REPORTER] Go ahead.

Nelson: I have a question about Russia. [TO OTHER REPORTER] I’m sorry –

PSAKI: I think we are moving forward –

Nelson: [TO OTHER REPORTER] – I’m sorry. I have another.

Pisaki: – Because we have to go to more people. [TO OTHER REPORTER] Go ahead.

Nelson: My – my – my – my –

PSAKI [TO OTHER REPORTER]: Go ahead.

Nelson: The question of conflict of interest in the case of China is that last year, the First Year’s attorney said he had cut off a Chinese investment fund controlled by Chinese state-owned entities. We also don’t have basic clarity about who bought his partnership, when it happened and how much money changed hands. Did he really omit and if so, can you agree with the basic clarity?

Pasaki: He is a citizen. He does not work for the government. I will direct you to its representatives.

Nelson: It’s a conflict of interest because of his father’s role as president because of China.

Pisaki: I think we ended up here. Thank you very much.

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