Makes you wonder who else is involved - Biden

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From the New York Post:

Hunter Biden venture eyed Gov. Cuomo, Chuck Schumer for deals: documents
A failed Hunter Biden business venture — which an ex-partner said involved Joe Biden — targeted “key domestic contacts” including Gov. Cuomo for potential projects across the country, documents reveal.

A May 15, 2017, memo naming potential contacts was sent by Joe Biden’s brother Jim to his nephew and three other men who all formed a limited liability company to partner with another firm on “global and/or domestic” projects involving “infrastructure, energy, financial services and other strategic sectors,” the documents show.

The other company was backed by a since-vanished Chinese energy tycoon and was to “be primarily responsible for arranging financing and execution” of the projects, according to the documents released by Tony Bobulinksi, who was CEO of the joint venture.

The memo, titled “Key domestic contacts for phase one target projects,” noted that Cuomo “is moving forward with major infrastructure projects such as the long-stalled Tappan Zee Bridge replacement and the much-needed redevelopment of LaGuardia Airport.”

Much more at the site as it keeps unfolding. Teapot Dome was a peanuts operation compared to what has been in place since around the 1990's - I would count Bill Clinton's administration (1993-2001) as the point where this all started taking off. They tried it and found that they could get away with it.  Obama, Joe and Hillary just got too greedy. People started to notice.

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