Hunter Biden Had The Contacts Of High Level Google Executives On His Laptop

( After Peter Schweizer’s 2022 book, Red Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win, the Biden family’s ties to China were demonstrated in the form of financial documents that linked the family to selling their influence to the Chinese Communist Party. A new discovery has emerged when more of Hunter’s laptop contents were revealed.

Hunter Biden’s hard drive contained a list of U.S. officials who oversaw the U.S.-China relationship, the New York Post reported. In the list, there are at least 10 senior Google executives.

As Schweizer shows, Hunter has repeatedly used his American business, Bohai Harvest, Rosemont Seneca Partners, and others, to foster relationships with the CCP for personal profit, leveraging Joe Biden’s power, who was then vice president, and his own connections to the U.S. government. The company would invest Chinese cash in projects within America.

A Google executive reportedly told the Post that Hunter sought Google’s funds for Chinese ventures and that several of Google’s top-level employees wound up working for the Obama administration while Joe Biden was the vice president from 2008-2016.

In the list of contacts was Bill Marris, who founded Google Ventures, as well as Dan Reicher who was the director of the company’s Climate Change and Energy Initiatives. The hard drive showed a calendar invite between Marris and Rosemont Seneca Partners, and another invite with both Reicher and Hunter.

Some Google contacts included Google’s former director of public policy, senior developer advocate, Google Earth Outreach & Crisis Response, former head of Public Policy and Government Affairs, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, Finance Operations manager, the vice president of Google, and the former vice president of Google’s New Business Development.

Several of the employees would go on to serve in Obama’s White House. Megan Smith, the former vice president of New Business Development, allegedly had a meeting with Hunter’s business partner Eric Schwerin, the president of Rosemont Seneca.

While Smith worked at Google, she donated more than $75,000 to the Democratic Party.