Biden Family “MOLE” Revealed – Details Released!

The alleged “missing witness” in the Biden corruption investigation has volunteered new details about a mysterious “mole” who offered dirt on the Biden Family and who allegedly worked for the FBI or the DOJ.

“Gal Luft, the fugitive ‘missing witness’ of the Biden corruption investigation, has offered new evidence to the House impeachment inquiry about an FBI mole who tipped off Hunter Biden that his Chinese partners had been named in four sealed indictments in 2017 by Manhattan federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York,” Miranda Devine reported.

“The Israeli professor and former Israel Defense Forces officer has been on the run for six months after skipping bail in Cyprus, where he was awaiting extradition to the United States on gun-running and foreign lobbying charges, also brought by the SDNY,” she added in the piece published in the New York Post on Monday.

Luft made his assertions in a letter that was sent to the three House committee chairmen at the helm of President Biden’s impeachment inquiry, Reps. James Comer (R-Ky), Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), and Jason Smith (R-Mo.)

“Luft claims that the tipoff to Chinese executives of CEFC came on the same day that the first son wrote a WhatsApp message shaking down another CEFC employee for millions of dollars over a ‘highly confidential and time sensitive’ matter while claiming his father was in the room with him,” Devine wrote.

“I am sitting here with my father, and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled,” Hunter Biden wrote to CEFC employee Raymond Zhao on July 30, 2017, via a WhatsApp message.

“I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction. I am sitting here waiting for the call with my father,” the first son threatened at the time.

CEFC executive Patrick Ho reportedly received an urgent phone call later that night at his hotel in Manhattan from CEFC president Chan Chauto in Shanghai, who ordered him to leave the US immediately, according to Luft. Ho did just that and flew to Hong Kong the next day where he stayed for four months.

“Zhao told Hunter in a follow-up WhatsApp on July 31, 2017, that ‘CEFC is willing to cooperate with the family. He thinks now the priority is to solve the problem mentioned last night,'” Devine recounted.

Luft asserted that the “problem” and “highly confidential and time-sensitive” matter referred to by Hunter Biden and Zhao was the secret SDNY indictments.

Nine days after the WhatsApp incident, the CEFC reportedly wired $5.1 million to entities in the US to transfer to Hunter Biden.

“Luft, who also had been earning money through a partnership with CEFC, flew to Hong Kong to see Ho on Aug. 14, 2017, two weeks after his sudden departure. Ho told him about the SDNY indictments, and that Hunter had a mole inside the FBI who had tipped him off. The Chinese nickname for the mole was ‘One-Eye,'” Devine noted.

“The existence of a potential mole within the FBI and/or Justice Department who conveyed to Chinese individuals information about sealed indictments has, apparently, to this day never been solved,” Luft wrote to Comer. “Perhaps Congress should investigate the issue as part of its impeachment inquiry.”

Devine then got into the timeline surrounding the tipoff and the payoffs.

“The tipoff to CEFC executives came at a crucial stage in their negotiations to buy into Russian state-owned energy company Rosneft and came just 10 days before a curious meeting between a CEFC employee in Albania and disgraced G-man Charles McGonigal, then counterintelligence boss at the FBI’s New York Field Office, which had been surveilling Ho and his associates. McGonigal pleaded guilty Friday to concealing at least $225,000 in cash payments from a former Albanian intelligence official,” she reported.

Devine laid out the timeline even further:

On Sept. 8, 2017, CEFC announced its plans to acquire a $9.1 billion stake in Rosneft.

On Sept. 9, 2017, McGonigal met Dorian Ducka, a CEFC employee and Hunter Biden associate, in Albania, according to his indictment. Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama also was at the meeting. At Ducka’s request, McGonigal urged Rama to be careful about awarding oil field drilling licenses in Albania to Russian front companies.

On Sept. 10, 2017, Hunter signed an attorney engagement letter to represent CEFC’s Ho for a $1 million retainer.


Ho was deeply entwined with the Bidens and it got him arrested when he came back to the US.

“According to Luft, sometime in September 2017, Hunter and his uncle Jim Biden flew to Hong Kong to meet Ho and asked him to buy them two ‘burner’ iPhones before telling him the coast was clear to go back to New York. But when Ho returned to the US on Nov. 17, 2017, he was arrested at JFK Airport on charges of bribery and money laundering,” Devine recounted in the New York Post.

“Ho’s first call was to Jim Biden, looking for Hunter. Hunter then asked another lawyer, Edward Kim, to do the legal work. Kim asked Hunter in an email the afternoon of Ho’s arrest to ‘find the names of the FBI agents you spoke with, that would be helpful.’ Hunter replied: ‘Working on it,'” she added.

It is unclear how McGonigal fits into the whole Biden-CEFC picture. However, he was in charge of FBI counterintelligence in New York at the time when the SDNY was surveilling Ho and his associates. It’s reasonable to assume he was aware of Hunter Biden’s connection.

“Comer described the information contained in Luft’s letter Sunday as ‘helpful’ and said he looked forward to investigating his allegations about an FBI mole. His committee still is interested in interviewing Luft,” Devine wrote.

“We get a lot of tips, and the next step is to verify the accuracy of the claims,” Comer asserted as the impeachment inquiry is slated to begin on Thursday.


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