February 28, 2024

Biden Family Lawyer Once Represented Member of Chinese Criminal Gang

Hunter Biden's attorney, Abbe Lowell, whose legal portfolio includes prominent American figures like Sen. Bob Menendez and members of the Trump family, also represented Ng Lap Seng, according to Peter Schweizer's book "Blood Money: Why the Powerful Turn a Blind Eye While China Kills Americans."

Schweizer underscores the potential significance of Lowell's association with Ng Lap Seng, purportedly tied to the Shui Fong triad and international drug trade, in the context of President Biden's drug policy approach, particularly concerning China's involvement.

The book suggests that such "conflicting personal ties" could complicate efforts to address China's role in fentanyl trafficking.

"Hunter Biden’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, has represented a variety of well-known American clients from New Jersey senator Bob Menendez to members of the Trump family. But he was also a legal representative for Ng Lap Seng. Lowell has also represented Qin Fei, who is accused of being a Chinese intelligence officer, and Lum Davis, who pled guilty to illegally lobbying for the Chinese government," the book stated.

"The problem of conflicting personal ties when it comes to confronting China on fentanyl extends beyond the Biden family to members of his administration. And so does the silence," it added.

Moreover, Schweizer's findings extend to Hunter Biden's connections, as his lawyer Kevin Morris retains control over Hunter's stake in BHR Partners, a fund with substantial investments and links to the Bank of China.

This revelation further amplifies concerns about the Biden family's entanglements with Chinese interests and their implications for U.S. drug policy.

Schweizer contends that Biden's administration has failed to robustly confront China's contribution to the global drug trade. Despite conversations with President Xi Jinping, Biden has not broached the issue, according to Schweizer's account.

The book criticizes the administration's reluctance to designate China as a significant player in drug trafficking, contrasting its approach with the naming of other countries as transit points for narcotics.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken's remarks on drug precursor shipments from China, suggesting some may have been sent accidentally, draw scrutiny from Schweizer, who portrays them as evasive and lacking accountability.

Schweizer's analysis paints a picture of Biden's administration as hesitant or ineffective in addressing China's role in the drug trade, a stance that Schweizer argues leaves the U.S. vulnerable to the lethal impact of fentanyl and other synthetic drugs.

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