By Mary Fanning and Alan Jones | February 8, 2021
Computers in China used to conduct a cyberwarfare attack on the 2020 U.S. election by switching votes from President Trump to Joe Biden were purchased by Bohai Harvest RST (Shanghai) Equity Investment Fund Management Co., Ltd. (BHR), sources say.
The investment fund BHR was founded in 2013. Hunter Biden joined the BHR board of directors and took an equity stake while his father was Vice President.
“In response to a question from The Post, White House press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledged that Hunter Biden was still an investor in Bohai Harvest RST (Shanghai) Equity Investment Fund Management Co., known as BHR,” the New York Post reported on February 5, 2021.
An Act Of War
China’s cyberwarfare attack on the U.S. presidential election was an act of war perpetrated to carry out a coup inside the United States by denying President Trump a second term. Joe Biden was installed after China’s cyberwarfare attack stole millions of votes from President Donald Trump, according to cybersecurity sources. Many of Joe Biden’s 43 executive orders signal a realignment with Beijing’s communist regime. The Biden White House is back in business working with Beijing, just as the Obama-Biden White House did.
BEIJING, CHINA – APRIL 18, 2011 — Vice President Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, laugh together after a banquet dinner at the Great Hall of the People. (Official White House Photo by David Lienemann)
BHR was established in 2013 shortly after Vice President Biden and Hunter Biden flew to Beijing aboard Air Force Two.
Several companies BHR has substantial investments in were the same companies that have been exposed as having intruded into the 2020 election via a cyber attack.
IP addresses owned by those Chinese companies targeted the 2020 U.S. election. Hunter Biden holds direct ownership in those same companies, according to a forensic data analysis by U.S. government cyber security contractors.
Information regarding Hunter Biden and BHR was supplied to the FBI in 2015. The names of the Chinese companies identified and provided to the FBI were the very Chinese companies that attacked the US election. Also, the Ukrainian company where Hunter Biden had once held a stake was also involved in US election interference.
A forensic data analysis shows that internet protocol (IP) addresses owned by Chinese telecom and tech companies including Huawei, Alibaba Cloud, China UniCom, U-Cloud, and China Mobile Tietong hacked into IP addresses owned by county and state offices handling election data in battleground states during the 2020 U.S. election on November 3 and 4. The American Report broke the original story about foreign election interference.
Hours After Biden’s Inauguration, Chinese Telecom Companies Targeted By Trump, Involved In Cyberwarfare Attack On 2020 Election, And Delisted By The New York Stock Exchange Asked To Be Reinstated
CNBC reported on January 4, 2021:
The New York Stock Exchange said it no longer plans to delist three Chinese telecommunications giants: China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom. Four days earlier, the NYSE said it planned to drop those listings to comply with a November executive order from President Trump. Trump sought to bar American companies and individuals from investing in firms that allegedly aid the Chinese military.
“After a surprising U-turn in which the US stock exchange changed its mind it eventually settled on delisting them,” Yahoo News reported.
On January 20, 2021, the same day that Joe Biden was inaugurated, Yahoo News reported that “three Chinese telecom giants [China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom] have asked the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to review its decision to delist them.”
“China’s big telecom carriers asked the New York Stock Exchange to rethink their planned delisting, the latest twist in a to-and-fro about whether they should be allowed to trade in U.S. markets,” the Wall Street Journal reported on January 21, 2021. “The requests came hours after Joe Biden was sworn in as the new U.S. president.”
IP addresses of additional U.S. adversaries and other foreign countries also participated in the cyberware attack on the election, according to the data analysis, but IP addresses in China played the biggest role.
The American Report investigative journalist Mary Fanning subsequently highlighted that data analysis and presented additional data and video of the cyberattack happening in real time in the documentary film Absolute Proof, the executive producers of which were Fanning, Mike Lindell, and Brannon Howse. Leading video hosting services YouTube, owned by Google parent Alphabet Inc., and Vimeo quickly removed Absolute Proof from their platforms yet the documentary still went viral. Facebook labeled posts sharing Absolute Proof as “False Information checked by independent fact-checkers” and is actively suppressing distribution of those posts. Recent figures show that over 70 million people have viewed the video.
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