(The Post Millennial) – Ye Jianming, who used to be the chairman of CEFC China Energy, reportedly offered presidential scion Hunter Biden lavish gifts including a huge 3-carat gem and $30 million in cash.

The revelation comes from emails recovered from a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden, which was abandoned at a Delaware repair shop in 2019. The story was initially widely censored by social media, and also by mainstream broadcast media. The contents of the laptop are, however, now being combed through by authorities.

According to the New York Post, “Chairman Ye had built his provincial energy company into a Fortune 500 colossus virtually overnight, an achievement described by Chinese news agency Caixin as ‘another great enigma in the miraculous world of Chinese business.'”

The Post goes on to report that “he enjoyed the support of President Xi and was former deputy secretary general of the government’s propaganda arm, the China Association for International Friendly Contacts.”

The pair allegedly met in 2017 during the International Boat Show in Miami Florida. This is where Hunter received the ring, which had an estimated worth of around $80,000 at the time. Photos of the ring were found on the Hunter laptop.

Emails found on the laptop also shout that Ye and Hunter were working on a deal to transfer natural gas to China under the auspices of Ye’s company.

After this, a series of multi-million dollar wire transfers were performed to Robinson Walker LLC, a company closely associated with the Biden family, from Ye’s company.

The Post continues, “These transactions are a direct link between Walker and the communist Chinese government and, because of his close association with Hunter Biden, yet another tie between Hunter Biden’s financial arrangements and the communist Chinese government.”